About Alona Tester

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Open House Adelaide

 Open House Adelaide is part of a global network of Open House regions worldwide. With the concept of opening buildings up to the public starting in London almost 20 years ago, Adelaide joined the Open House network in 2012. They hosted their first one during South Australia’s About Time History Festival last year, and this proved incredibly popular, and it’s now it back with even more buildings around Adelaide opening their doors to the public. Continue reading →

Australia’s National Family History Week becomes National Family History Month

 In a BIG announcement made last week, the 2013 National Family History Week will be trialed as a month long initiative! So it’s now National Family History Month (NFHM)! It’s no surprise to us that family history and genealogy is one of the most popular hobbies around the world, and why wouldn’t it be when your own family history is far more interesting that fiction! Continue reading →

Shake Your Family Tree Day – Tuesday 16 April 2013

 Shake Your Family Tree Day is a day to celebrate your heritage at the National Archives of Australia’s open day, which is on Tuesday, 16 April 2013. Each year the NAA offers a day of speakers, seminars, expert advice and resources to inspire you to delve into your family history. Some states are offering tours through the archives, so if you get the chance, DO NOT MISS THAT! Continue reading →

An Overview of Family Historian 5 [VIDEO]

 Family Historian 5 has long been the Number 1 selling genealogy software package in the UK, and is now gaining dedicated followers in Australia. The more I see of this program the more I love it, and I think you will too. In this video Simon gives us an overview of the main aspects of Family Historian, so you can see why so many have fallen in love with this Family Historian. Continue reading →

RootsTech 2013

 One of the mega genealogy events of the year is about to kick off later this week, and that is RootsTech. Held over three days (Thursday, Friday & Saturday), this event is the second largest genealogy event in the world, with currently over 5000 people registered to attend. So why am I bothering to tell you about an event that on in the other side of the world? Continue reading →