Rigby Idaho Family History Center

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Rigby Idaho FHC
258 West 1st North
Rigby, Idaho Location Map
Phone: (208) 745-0062
eMail: id_rigby@ldsmail.net
Mon: 10:00am - 5:00pm
Tue:  10:00am - 9:00pm
Wed: 10:00am - 9:00pm
Thu:  10:00am - 9:00pm
Fri:    10:00am - 2:00pm
Sat:   By Appointment
FHC Pages
Class Schedule
Holiday Schedule
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Rigby Idaho Stake Center

The Rigby Idaho Family History Center is located in the Rigby Idaho Stake Center (East wing). We serve the Menan, Rigby, Rigby East, Rigby South, Ririe, and Terreton Stakes in the Southeastern Idaho area.
  • The Terreton Idaho Family History Center is affiliated with the Rigby Idaho Family History Center. Please see the Terreton Idaho Family History Center page for hours and information of that center.


Sat-Mon Dec 15-31 - Christmas Holiday
2019 Closure Dates
Tue Jan 1 - New Year's Day
Mon Jan 21 - Martin Luther King Day
Thu Feb 14 - Valentine's Day - close at 4 pm
Mon Feb 18 - Presidents' Day
Mon May 25-27 - Memorial Weekend
Wed Jul 3 - Close at 5 pm
Thu-Sat Jul 4-6 - Independence Day Weekend
Wed Jul 24 - Pioneer Day Weekend
Mon Sep 2 - Labor Day Weekend
Sat Oct 5 - General Conference
Thu Oct 31 - Halloween - close at 4 pm
Mon-Sat Nov 25-30 - Thanksgiving
Sat-Tue Dec 14-31 - Christmas

Location Map:


  • 258 West 1st North, Rigby, Idaho 83442]
  • The Center is located in the East wing of the building.
  • Park in the East parking area by the doors.
  • Since this is a Church building, the doors are normally locked.
  • If the doors are locked, please press the doorbell, on the brick wall to the left of the doors, to be let in.
  • Language:English


  • ID_Rigby@ldsmail.net


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