Tuesday, February 21, 2012

The Utah Genealogical Association Announces the South Davis Family History Fair

The following is from the Utah Genealogy Society.

Utah Genealogical Association

Registration is now open for the South Davis Family History Fair. The fair will include 122 classes on many aspects of Family History from beginning to advanced levels.

Well-known presenters will teach on all areas of research strategies for both international and US research.  Additional classes include how to write personal histories, create personal databases, experience new technology and learn how to organize documents and pictures.  We will offer 4 computer labs on PowerPoint, Microsoft Word, Ancestry.com and New Family Search.  A group of exceptional genealogists will be available to help attendees one-on-one with their challenges and brick walls.

Lisa Louise Cook will open our general session on Friday evening with an interactive game titled “The Family History Great Race.”  This session is free to all who would like to attend.

Karen Clifford will kick off Saturday morning with the keynote speech, “Uniting Generations: The Changing Face of Family History Research.”  As a special treat, Tom Underhill will entertain during the lunch hour with his lecture on “The Library is Burning Down!! The Historical Value of Living Sources”—all this in addition to great food and a fabulous vendor drawing.  Sign up early to get the classes you want. We can’t wait to see you there!

Register NOW at www.ugagenealogy.com.

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