DGS Calendar of Events

Our Fall 2023 programs are on hiatus as our Program Committee finalizes speakers for 2024. The committee has taken extra care this year to align topics with feedback from the recent member survey. We’ll be back soon with an announcement.

In the meantime, don’t despair! Take advantage of DGS’s library of meeting handouts and recorded webinars, and tailor your personal webinar schedule. The recorded webinars are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to DGS members, and include popular programs such as:

  • Navigating the National Archives from Julie Miller, Certified Genealogical Speaker and Fellow of National Genealogical Society, on how to navigate the National Archives and Regional Archives for records held by the U.S. Federal Government. Recorded May 2023.
  • Almshouses, Orphanages, and Reform Schools from Mike Miscoski, past DGS president, exploring the history and evolution of almshouses, orphanages, and reform schools in the U.S. Recorded March 2022.
  • Preservation of Documents, Photos, and Digital Memories: Techniques for the Family Historian, from Connor Lee Graham, CA, former supervisor of Archival Collections at the Delaware Public Archives, on how to preserve a family’s treasures. Recorded 2021.

A full list of past programs can be viewed here. Access to recorded webinars and handouts is here. They are available to DGS members only.

If you’re not a member, consider joining us. At less than 5 cents a day, you’ll enjoy all of the benefits of DGS membership, including handouts and recorded videos from past meetings. Member benefits are described here.

A calendar of local events is available from the Bucks County Genealogical Society here. Click on “Comprehensive Calendar of area genealogical events.”

Programs are supported by a gift from

Margaret Gause Bramble and Edward L. Bramble.