FREE PUBLIC CLASSES
Tammy Noe will be teaching 3 classes on Ancestry.com on Wednesdays at 7:00 pm
What’s New In FamilySearch - Fri Jan 30th 10 am – Laurie Markham
Power Point Basics – Sat Feb 14th 10-1 am- Mary Sayles- Learn a great way to share your FamilyHistory at Family Gatherings, Family Nights, to put on presentations for Large Groups
BEGINNING GENEALOGY- a 5-week course by Glenda Lloyd
All classes on Tues at 10:00
1. Feb 17th – Charts & How to get started
2. Feb 24th – Vital Records
3. Mar 3rd – Census
4. Mar 10th – Getting Organized
5. Mar 17th – Beginning Ancestry
Finding Your Cousins Tues Feb 24th 2:00 & 6:00 – Tim Fewkes- After the class Tim will be available to help you answer questions and give you helps
BEYOND PAF & INSIGHTS -Thurs. Feb 26th – noon – Elaine Sharp- PAF (Personal Ancestral File) is no longer being updated and supported. Come and learn what is new and exciting. Learn about researching lines successfully, keep up-to-date. Elaine Sharp will give you encouragement, ideas and helps.
FamilySearch.org – Wiki- Mon. 2:00 p.m.- Kori Pilkington - The first and second Monday of each month, Kori Pilkington will give a class on the use of the FamilySearch.org – Wiki This is a great resource for finding information on the area that you think your ancestors came from.
Rootsmagic users group
The 2nd Wednesday of each month, 12-2:00 pm
Lynn will teaching a Class on How to use Roots Magic
Fri. Feb 6th at 11:00, Thurs. Feb. 12th 11:00,
Fri Feb 20th at 11:00, Fri. Feb 27th at 11:00
Ward Family History Consultant training-
2nd Tuesday and Thursday each month 6:00 – 8:00 pm
If you are a newly called Ward Family History Consultant – get a jump start. If you are an experienced Ward Family History Consultant or a High Priest Group Leader come get some new ideas of how to be more successful.
FamilySearch Tree to Temple
2nd Tuesday each month at 10 am- John Hansen
This class is for members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. It covers the Temple ordinance portion of Family Tree.
1: Navigating through Temple Ordinances
2: How to generate a Family Ordinance form.
3: Church policies: When can they be done, who is eligible to their ordinances performed, etc.
4: Finding people who are ready for their temple ordinances to be performed
5: Everyone attending will need a sign on and password for family tree, it is the same as the one used for LDS.ORG
6: By the end of class you will have a Family Ordinance request for your ancestors to take to the Temple.
ADDING PHOTOS AND STORIES TO FAMILYSEARCH
1st Thurs every month- 2:00 pm Karen Stubbs
Photos do not last forever. Photos can last forever in Familysearch.org. You can attach them to the individuals in your family tree for all to see and others can add to what you put in. This class will cover the basics of uploading photos and documents and sharing them. Most people are very surprised by what they find already in the Family Tree.
Debbie Rowland will be teaching a class on Puzzilla and how to use it on Thurs. Feb 26th at 6:00 pm. It is a great way to do your research!