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Welcome!   Fáilte!
 
Give a gift membership for Christmas!  Visit the Join Us page to register or renew for your family genealogist.  Just provide their name and address, and email address, and make payment through our online Join or by check. 
 
Give to the Max campaign is underway through December 31. Any donation is greatly appreciated and will support our mission of providing education and information about Irish family history. If you have already made a generous donation to IGSI this year we are very grateful. If you have not, please consider donating. This year we are focusing on technology for our library; primarily a new projector.  IGSI is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation.
 
IGSI Lunch at Kip’s Pub in St. Louis Park on December 8 was well-attendedLu Ann Hanson of Hugo, MN, was the lucky winner of the quilt raffle.  Congratulations Lu Ann!
 
Take classes about Irish family history research at MGS Library in Mendota Heights or Celtic Junction Arts Center in St. Paul. Class fee: $15 for IGSI members, $20 for non-members. Members must log-in for the $15 member class rate.
 
Reminder: Members must log-in to access past issues of The Septs.
 
Click Research for Services, Guidelines, and Resources providing information on Irish Counties, maps, links to other websites, and our searchable data collection.
 
Click Surname Interests to enter your ancestral family surnames & connect with others who are researching the same surnames.
 
This is only a wee bit of the many resources on our website to help your genealogy research.
 
Visit us on Facebook for updates, activities & news about Irish culture. 

Members: New Login Information

Reminder: When we moved to our new website members received a new user name & password in early April. See Member Login at the left.

All Issues of Ginealas Now Available

Members can now access all past issues of Ginealas by clicking this link.   

January 12
Irish Saturday at our Library
The second Saturday of most months is "Irish Saturday," when the library is staffed by IGSI members.  These are a good time to come in ...