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Educational Programs & Events
Library Services / Library Collection
June 9 - 11, 2017
Friday - Sunday

with pre-event DNA Day on Thursday, June 8, 2017
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Jamboree welcomes all attendees interested in genealogy and the expansion of research knowledge and skills.

June 9-11: Heritage focuses for 2017 include the British Isles and Ireland, Armenia and the Caucasus, and African American Research. Topics covered will include research methods, analysis and problem solving, organization techniques, family history writing, the use of technology, and more.
Visit the Jamboree website for speakers, schedules, and more details.


Live Streamed FREE Sessions
for Jamboree 2017

Jamboree live streaming is FREE and available to the public thanks to Jamboree 2017 Diamond Sponsor Ancestry.com.
Streaming is FREE but you must REGISTER IN ADVANCE!


June 8: Genetic Genealogy Conference: "Diving Into DNA"
This conference provides the opportunity to hear from some of the top leaders in the field of genetic genealogy, with topics suitable for all levels of experience with using DNA for genealogical research.

Six intensive workshops will also be offered during this event that will provide an opportunity for in-depth study of genealogical research techniques of interest to a variety of experience levels.

The Genetic Genealogy Conference is separate from Jamboree, and requires separate registration and separate fees. Purchase Live Streamed Sessions of the Genetic Genealogy Conference 2017 for a separate fee, here.

Visit the Jamboree website for additional DNA Day information.

FREE Webinar
Wednesday, June 21
Turn Family History Facts into Stories You Can Share
by Annette Burke Lyttle


It’s important for us to share our research, but does the idea of trying to tell the stories of your ancestors seem like too big a job? Learn how a simple four-step process can make writing your family stories a manageable project.

Annette Burke Lyttle is a professional genealogist specializing in online and repository research, and genealogical education and writing. She loves helping people find and tell their family stories.
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Guided research trips to Salt Lake City and Ft. Wayne
Interest groups for computer software users, writers, and ethnic geographic research.
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Webinars, seminars, workshops.

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