Saskatchewan, Regina, Saskatchewan Genealogical Society, Regina Branch
The Saskatchewan Genealogical Society has twenty local branches, Regina Branch is one of them. The Regina Branch is a group of volunteers promoting the study of family history through its programs, newsletter, research, and meetings.
The Regina Branch meets every fourth Tuesday of the month except June, July, and August, at the Saskatchewan Genealogical Society Library, 1514 11 Avenue, Room 110, Regina, Saskatchewan. Doors open at 6:30 PM for library research and meetings begin at 7 PM. Each meeting includes a time for members to share successes, brick walls, and the study of genealogy. An educational program is presented at each meeting and begins at 7:30 PM. The branch has undertaken the production of the 1891 Canadian Census indexes. The final volume, Unorganized Territories, is in the final editing stages. Volunteers and Branch members spend a day in June reading and documenting cemeteries in Regina and surrounding area.
The Regina Branch offers memberships and research services for a nominal fee.