2016 APH Conference: Kick Up Your Boots Texas Style at Billy Bob’s Texas

The conference committee has planned a special treat for APH members attending the 2016 conference in Fort Worth, and I just can’t keep it to myself any longer. The excitement is all in the venue for the Wednesday evening event on October 26. We’re going to the legendary Billy Bob’s Texas, the world’s largest honky tonk. I know if you aren’t… Read More »

APH Weekly Blog Roundup: True Friends, a Peek at APH Conference Entertainment, and Storytelling Through Art

This week’s collection of blog postings from members of the Association of Personal Historians asks us to consider who we call friend and shows us unique ways we tell our stories. Steve Pender of Family Legacy Video gives us another APH Life Story People Podcast in Satisfy Your Oral Fixation at the 2016 APH Conference!-APH8. “How would you… Read More »

Satisfy Your Oral Fixation at the 2016 APH Conference! – APH8

How would you like to hear a great story? In fact, how about a bunch of great stories? At “Kick It Up,” the 2016 conference for the Association of Personal Historians, you’ll have a perfect opportunity. For the past few years, the APH conference has featured a public-facing event – a performance open to both conference-goers and members… Read More »

APH Weekly Blog Roundup: The APH Conference and Your Business, Writing Prompts for Kids, and an Interview with a Storyteller

This week’s collection of blog postings from members of the Association of Personal Historians takes us from writing with kids, to making important decisions about our business, to listening to a great storyteller. Patricia Hamilton of Keepers of Our Culture reminds us about the power of kids’ stories in Kids-Tell Your Side of the Story! “You don’t need… Read More »

Here’s Why You Should Attend the 2016 APH Conference

Are you not sure if you should attend this year’s conference? I know how you feel. When I clicked the button to purchase my ticket for the Association of Personal Historians (APH) conference in 2015, I felt as though I was taking a blind leap. I’d just joined APH a few months prior and wasn’t sure how fruitful… Read More »