Bend Genealogical Society, Deschutes County, Oregon

Bend Genealogical Society

Deschutes County, Oregon


BGS  is still closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

With an abundance of caution, in-person program meetings and activities will not occur yet.

We are starting Zoom meetings and workshops though, which are free and open
to the public. We’ll have announcements of upcoming programs here on the website soon.
Bend Genealogical Society activities will also be on
Meetup.

The Bend Genealogical Society (BGS) is located in Bend, Oregon

•  Learn from speakers at our monthly programs (Sep-May).

Click here for MONTHLY PROGRAM Info

•  Work on your own genealogy question with a mentor.

Click here for FREE MENTORING Info


Use Good Search and

help BGS every time you search the Web.

YOU SEARCH

YOU SHOP

WE GIVE

Use Good Shop and help BGS

every time you make an internet purchase.

Genealogy — Ancestors — Family Today — Future Generations

You can help BGS earn
a donation by shopping with your

Fred Meyer

Rewards Card.


All you have to
do is link your
Fred Meyer
Rewards card to
the Bend Genealogical Society at:

www.fredmeyer.com/community rewards

(Search for us by name at the website.)


Then, every time you use your Rewards card at Fred Meyer, you are helping BGS earn a donation! This does NOT affect any of the other rewards that you earn by using your Fred Meyer Rewards card.

Click here for information
and costs to submit a
Research Query

•  BGS genealogists can research your ancestors in Deschutes County.

•  We can also provide copies of obituaries that were published in the Bend Bulletin.

Research Queries
Research Library

The Library has over 2,000 genealogy books and journals for research in nearly all US states and many countries around the world.

Click here for Library Hours
and to View PDF Lists
of our Collection

Visitors are
always welcome!


Monthly Meetings are FREE and open to the public.



The Bend Genealogical Society is incorporated as an Oregon non-profit dedicated to providing resources
for researching, teaching, exchanging and preserving the records of family history.

Library
Closed