The Beth El Jewish Genealogy Club is hosting Steve's appearance, which will begin at 7.30pm.
His popular One-Step site offers many useful utilities and tools for genealogists and family history researchers.
His talk will describe many of these offerings including problem solutions, genealogy searches, identity theft, DNA and other topics.
A Brooklyn-born San Francisco resident, Steve has received many national and international awards for his innovative work, including his utility that has made it possible to efficiently search the Ellis Island Database.
In addition to being an internationally known computer professional with an electrical engineering doctorate, he has been a genealogist since a young age, as well as a researcher, writer, teacher, inventor and developed the chip that made our modern PCs possible.
The meeting is free and open to the public. Reservations are strongly recommended; send an email.