The Conejo Valley Genealogical Society (CVGS) welcomes everyone with an ambition to research family history!
We are here to assist you in your search and to teach you how to find the information you seek. The Conejo Valley Genealogical Society was established in 1979. Our mission is to further the interest in education and knowledge in genealogy, history, and to provide fellowship among those interested in these subjects. This non-profit Society (EIN / Tax ID: 501(c)(3) Non-Profit 77-0021926) serves the Conejo Valley, consisting of Westlake Village, Thousand Oaks, Newbury Park, and several neighboring communities.
We have an interesting variety of programs about genealogy at our general meetings. We also have regular meetings to educate members on genealogical research methods. These Special Interest Groups (SIGs) include a computer, DNA, writing group, and research tools class group. Our meetings are all held in the Grant R. Brimhall Library in the city of Thousand Oaks, CA (virtually ON Zoom during the COVID-19 pandemic).
CVGS maintains a large collection of genealogical research materials at the Thousand Oaks Library (http://www.toaks.org/library). We will have volunteers available at the Library to aid you in your quest when the COVID-19 pandemic allows. Check the Library Volunteer Calendar for staffing hours.
CVGS started with 71 charter members in 1979. Two of those charter members, Delores Pederson and Diana Hires, are still members today!
Learn about The Helen Crise Memorial Life Membership
We Remember… Stories about our members who are gone
Learn about the CVGS Coat of Arms