March 11, 2023 - DCGS 45th Annual Conference
Our conference on March 11, 2023, will have a full day of program sessions onsite at the NIU Conference Center, Naperville, IL. We will offer the program sessions in three tracks, each with four sessions. You choose from 12 topics. There are topics for everyone... those just getting started or restarting, focused on British research, genetic genealogy, methodology, and organizing. The conference fee includes lunch, chances to win door prizes, and purchased raffle tickets.
Register early - Get the best pricing before February 11, 2023.
The conference fee, $60 for DCGS members, $70 for non-members, includes 12 sessions to choose from, a box lunch and chances to win door prizes. There will be great raffle items and the genealogists' favorite exhibitors.
You will receive a confirmation when payment is received. Please keep it for your records; if you do not receive a confirmation within 14 days of remitting payment, please contact us ASAP.
The conference fee increases to $75, no mail-in registrations accepted and no refunds allowed after February 11, 2023. Online registration closes on February 24, 2023 or when we reach capacity, whichever comes first.
Advanced online registration is required, we cannot accommodate walk-ins. You must register online, you then have the option to pay by credit card or print an invoice to remit by mail with your check. Confirmation emails are sent when payment is received. You can expect to receive the syllabus and additional details the week of March 6, 2023.
Only registered conference attendees are invited to visit our exhibitors.
Revised 8 January 2023
The DuPage County Genealogical Society has followed and will continue to follow, the requirements of the State of Illinois and the DuPage County Health Department. Therefore, we will follow the guidance of the State of Illinois and recommend, but no longer require masks, proof of vaccination, or a negative COVID test for our patrons effective December 31, 2022.
Mask-wearing in our events is strongly encouraged but will be optional in the public areas and the lunchroom. Some speakers may require that their attendees wear a mask, or they will not be able to attend their session. Please see the conference day schedule for details.
As we’ve learned, this very well may change in the future. We will continue to follow the state and local guidance and adapt our procedures accordingly. If you have any questions, please contact us at email@example.com.
Volunteers are very important and help the Conference run smoothly. We are looking for volunteers in several areas:
If you are interested in helping, please contact Rhea Hunter at firstname.lastname@example.org and indicate your preferences.