I’m excited to be a speaker (and Blogger) at the upcoming Loveland, Colorado Family History Expo, which will be held June 25-26th. This is my second time as a presenter at the Loveland event. I really enjoyed the Expo last year and the hotel and conference center were superb. Holly & Company always do an excellent job with the Expos–providing a wonderful educational experience with a personal touch!
Here is the announcement from Family History Expos. Hope to see you there!
[Note: The following announcement was received from Family History Expos. Please address all inquiries to Holly@FHExpos.com.]
| Embassy Suites Loveland Hotel & Conference Center
4705 Clydesdale Parkway
Loveland, CO 80538
June 25, 2010 at 07:00 AM
June 26, 2010 at 06:00 PM
Just some of the highlights include:
- Keynote address by Beau Sharbrough
- Exhibit Hall with over 28 vendors
- 89 presentations occurring over 2 days presented by expert genealogists
- Opportunities to consult with professional genealogists about your brickwall for free
- Bloggers bringing you the latest updates from Expo
We just added a Friday night event to our Expo schedule. Come join us as we view the documentary Forgotten Ellis Island. Produced and directed by Lorie Conway, this story of the Ellis Island hospital is a rare look at the experience of our immigrant ancestors.
“A century ago, in the shadow of the Statue of Liberty, one of the world’s greatest public hospitals was built. Massive and modern, the hospital’s twenty-two state-of-the-art buildings were crammed onto two small islands, man-made from the rock and dirt excavated during the building of the New York subway. As America’s first line of defense against immigrant-borne disease, the hospital was where the germs of the world converged.
The Ellis Island hospital was at once welcoming and foreboding-a fateful crossroad for hundreds of thousands of hopeful immigrants. Those nursed to health were allowed entry to America. Those deemed feeble of body or mind were deported.
Three short decades after it opened, the Ellis Island hospital was all but abandoned. As America after World War I began shutting its border to all but a favored few, the hospital fell into disuse and decay, its medical wards left open only to the salt air of the New York Harbor.”
This Friday Night at the Movies with Family History Expos is only $28.00 and includes a light buffet. You can register now from our website.
Finally, every registered conference participant receives the Colorado Family History Expo Syllabus on CD as part of their registration. If you would prefer to have a printed version of the Syllabus, you can purchase one for only $25.00. To purchase a syllabus, please see our website.
We look forward to seeing you at the Expo!
Holly T. Hansen
Family History Expos, Inc.