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Membership
Membership is open to all with an interest in family history. Priced at $35 and $40 per family members are entitled to all the benefits listed below. Please download our Membership Form form. Completed forms should be forwarded to our Secretary at the address given on the form.
Benefits of Membership
1. General Meetings
These meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month: February - May and September - November, commencing at 7.30 p.m. Winter meetings, June - August are held on the second Saturday of these months commencing at 2 p.m. Interested members of the public are invited to attend our general meetings. See Events Diary for details of meetings.

 
2. Annual Seminar
Usually held on a Saturday in October from 10 am to 4 pm with a range of local and national speakers and topics of interest to family historians (see Events Diary). Our Seminars are open to all AFHG members and visitors. Click the heading to download a flyer for our next Seminar.

 
3. Occasional Workshops
Held on Saturdays from 10 am to 12 noon with a range of speakers and topics (see Events Diary), the workshops are open to all AFHG members and visitors. Non-members are charged $10.00 to attend a workshop.

 
4. Research Centre Facilities
We open for research twice a week at our Kentucky Street Research Centre located between Dangar and Faulkner Streets Armidale from 1 February until mid-December except for public holidays. Every Monday 2 pm to 5 pm and every Wednesday 10 am to 4 pm we have a dedicated band of experienced volunteers who are always ready to assist members and visitors with their research when required.
The Research Centre provides access a number of computers and micro-fiche readers, an Internet connection and an extensive library of genealogical research texts, CD ROM databases and microfiche documents. We also have extensive in-house material relating to Armidale families. AFHG members are not charged to use the Group's resources but a small charge is made for non-members.

 
5. Dust of Ages
Members receive our journal “Dust of Ages” which is published three times per year. Always packed full of interesting articles as well as information on the groups activities. To download and view a sample copy of our journal click on the heading above.