Thursday, 1 August 2013

New Zealand Family History Fair

The New Zealand Family History Fair is being set up today ready for the opening tomorrow  August 2  through to the 4th.Friday morning is a special time for the schools and it is open to the

General Public :

Friday 2 August 1:30pm - 7pm

Saturday and Sunday 3 and 4 August 10am - 5pm

FREE entry to the Exhibition Hall

Vodafone Events Centre
Manukau

 

There is a wide range of exhibitors as seen below in the table from the Family History Fair  website and there is also a wide range of seminars available including presentations from six International presenters as  well as a range of presenters from New Zealand. The seminar list is available on the website  Seminars are only $5 each and you choose which you would like to attend. Tickets are only available at the venue the Vodafobe Events Centre Manukau.
 
Where else are you going to be able to talk to such a huge range of exhibitors all in one place, all ready, eager and happy to help you with your family history questions?

Exhibitors
Website
Ancestry.com.au
AP Digital Consultancy
Archives NZ
Auckland Libraries
Central Auckland Research Centre
Auckland War Memorial Museum
Beehive Books
British Newspaper Archives
Colonial CD Books
Department of Internal Affairs
Archives NZ
National Library
NZ Births Deaths & Marriages

Facets of Genealogy
Family Search
Family Tree DNA (FTDNA)
FIBIS
(Families in British India)
Family Research Centre (FRC) and Library
findmypast.com.au
Genealogy Shop - Books, CDs'& Charts
Hooked on Genealogy Tours
Inside History magazine
Kresy-Siberia Virtual Museum
Memories In Time
Mentis Ltd
Ministry for Culture and Heritage
Auckland War Memorial Museum
Museum of New Zealand
Te Papa Tongarewa
WW100 Programme Office
Names and their Origins
National Army Museum
National Library of NZ
NZ Births Deaths Marriages
NZ Society of Genealogists
New Zealand Micrographic Services
NZ Defence Force Archives
Past Print
Research Help - 17 key areas from Getting Started and Young Genies through to    New Zealand and Overseas
ScotlandsPeople
Timber Treasures
Unlock the Past
Waihi Arts Centre & Museum
WW100 Programme Office