NYSFHC 2022: Return to New York

Participate in-person or online—Register today!

New York state’s largest family history event returns this September and October, featuring more than 50 educational sessions, in-person events in Albany, New York, and online activities through the NYSFHC @ Home pass. 

Click here to see a PDF brochure detailing sessions, events, and info about the conference.

Conference Passes

NYSFHC @ Home Pass

Includes livestream events from Albany, New York, September 8–10, 2022, and on-demand access to more than 40 sessions, September 12–October 17, 2022. 

  • General Admission: $229
  • NYG&B Members: $185

Register for NYSFHC @ Home


Includes in-person attendance in Albany, New York, September 8–10, 2022, and full access to NYSFHC @ Home, September 12–October 17, 2022. More than 50 sessions to see in-person and/or on-demand.

  • General Admission: $449
  • NYG&B Members: $365

Register For Albany. Registration for onsite attendance closes on August 16, 2022.

NYSFHC at a Glance

Conference Times and Dates 

The 2022 New York State Family History Conference begins Thursday, September 8 at 11:00 am ET and concludes Saturday, September 10 at 4:30 pm ET. Those participating with the NYSFHC @ Home pass will have access to selected live broadcasts from events in Albany and have full access to on-demand sessions beginning Monday, September 12, and concluding Monday, October 17. 

Session Times and Schedule 

The opening session will begin at 11:30 am ET on Thursday, September 8. In addition to other important details, the session will feature  Dr. Benjamin L. Carp’s keynote address. Individual sessions will begin at 1:15 pm, with three concurrent presentations each time slot. 


Each day’s lunch break will include some activities. Lunch is on your own; however, box lunches are available for advanced purchase to all registrants. Box lunch options include roast beef, turkey, ham, or a vegetarian wrap. The last day to add lunches is August 16, 2022.


The Albany Hilton is located in downtown Albany on State St and Lodge St, just off New York State Route 32. Parking is available at the Hilton for $15 per day. The hotel block for conference participants is now closed.

If you are arriving by bus, the Albany Bus Terminal is just half a mile from the Hilton and a short car ride. By train, travel to the Albany/Rensselaer station. 

For those flying to New York, Albany International Airport is located 15 minutes away from the Hilton by car and 45 minutes away by train. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have more questions about the 2022 New York State Family History Conference? Click here to see frequently asked questions or email the NYG&B team at education@nygbs.org.