Wednesday, March 3
Online Sources for Scottish Genealogy
 7:30 p.m. EST
Hosted by Huron County Branch, OGS
 Christine Woodcock, speaker
 Pre- register for this free Zoom webinar
Friday, March 5  RESCHEDULED
Blackout Poetry with Claudia
Hosted by Collingwood Arts.
7 p.m. Free Zoom activity
Originally planned for February. If you would like to take part, email
T anya Mazza <> for further information and the
Monday, March 8
7 p.m. Eastern On-line webinar
Bruce County Genealogical Society presents All Kinds of Loyalists"
with Kathryn Lake Hogan
Email if you would  like to join us.  Open to
all, no fee.

Thursdays, March 11 and 18
Electronic Round Table
Join area writers to present work up to 1,000 words and receive
feedback. Please contact Lee Johnston by
Sundays previous to share your work. Any genre, any level of
experience welcome via Goole Meet until in-person gatherings begin

Friday, March 12
Opening Virtual genealogy sessions @ Bruce County Public Library
1:00 p.m. Basics  Presented by Elizabeth Dyer
For your invitation, email Paisley Library at
See also March 19
House Histories: Learn how to uncover your house's genealogy - March
19 at 1:00pm - presented by Jodi Jerome, historian and author of “If
These Walls Could Talk” articles.
Friday, March 19
Virtual genealogy sessions @ Bruce County Public Library
House Histories: Learn how to uncover your house's genealogy presented
by Jodi Jerome, experienced researcher and writer
Tuesday, March 30
7 -9 p.m.Writers' BLOC:
Meeting by e-mail. More participants welcome to share responses of up
to 1,000 words in ny genre to the monthly challenge: choose your own
theme. Some suggestions to consider: Old Photo(s), More  Friendships,
Found words, eg scrap of paper with someone else's list on it.
Contact for how to take part.
March 31  DEADLINE
March is submissions month for the spring 2021 issue of The Leaf.
Theme is OPPORTUNITY, and we'll be looking for poetry, book reviews,
author profiles, other non-fiction. The winners of the 22nd Acrostic
Story Contest will provide the fiction for this issue. Full guidelines
for The Leaf at