Auckland Libraries: Auckland Family History Expo 2021

Auckland Family History Expo 2021

Tāmaki Huinga Tātai Kōrero

Auckland Libraries and the Genealogical Computing Group  proudly present a weekend-long event covering a wide range of topics on researching genealogy and family history.

Join us on Friday 13 August to Sunday 15 August 2021 at the Fickling Convention Centre , 546 Mt Albert Rd, Three Kings.

Take advantage of our free seminars, from beginner to advanced, computer-based tutorials, ask-an-expert sessions and research assistance on Saturday 14 August and Sunday 15 August.

Due to COVID-19, our international guest speakers will be joining us virtually via Zoom. Awesome New Zealand speakers are joining us in person.


Venue information

Fickling Convention Centre is adjacent to Three Kings Reserve and has some off-street parking. If you are able-bodied we suggest public transport or off street parking in surrounding streets. This multi-functional venue is wheelchair-friendly and has accessible toilets.


Exhibitors

  • Alexander Turnbull/National Library of New Zealand/Papers Past
  • Ancestry
  • Auckland Libraries
  • Beehive Books / Hooked on Genealogy
  • FamilySearch
  • FamilyTree DNA
  • FamNet
  • Guild of One Name Studies 
  • Memories In Time
  • Mentis and Family Tree Maker
  • MyHeritage
  • National Army Museum (Kippenberger Research Library)
  • New Zealand Defence Force Archives
  • New Zealand Society of Genealogists Inc. and interest groups:
    • English Interest Group
    • Irish Interest Group
    • Māori Interest Group
    • Pacific Islands Interest Group
    • Scottish Interest Group
  • Samoan Family History Society
  • Wales – New Zealand Family History Society

Sponsors

We are seeking sponsorship for this year's Expo, as well as product or services for raffle prizes.

If you wish to sponsor the Expo or donate a raffle prize, please email afhexpo@gmail.com.



Auckland Libraries:Auckland Family History Expo 2021 A weekend-long event related to researching genealogy and family history