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=== Calendar and Events  ===
 
=== Calendar and Events  ===
  
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==== Monthly Class Schedule  ====
  
 
'''All classes are held in the Training Room of the Family History Center. Please register in advance by calling the Brigham City Family History Center at 723-5995.'''  
 
'''All classes are held in the Training Room of the Family History Center. Please register in advance by calling the Brigham City Family History Center at 723-5995.'''  
  
If there are not enough patrons signed up for a particular class, the class will be canceled. Some classes may be repeated at a later time if there is enough interest.<br>  
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Thursday Jan 9 - 6:00 pm - Indexing on FamilySearch, taught by Barry Evans<br>This class provides answers for getting started in indexing records for FamilySearch. Learn how to begin batches and download them to your own computers. Great class.
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Monday Jan 13 - 10:00 am - Family Tree Beginning, taught by Annette Sheperd<br>This class teaches the basics of Family Tree from logging on to maneuvering through different aspects on the tree page and the person page. Adding information and searching will also be taught if there is time.
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Tuesday Jan 14 - 10:00 am - Legacy Pictures &amp; Clipboard, taught by Anita Olsen<br>This class teaches how to use the software program "Legacy" in recording your pictures and sources. Questions and answers will also be given about this software program.
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Wednesday Jan 15 - 10:00 am - United States Census, taught by Shari Duce<br>This class teaches the importance of census records in the United States from 1790 to 1940. Learn how to get more out of your census research.
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Thursday Jan 16 - 2:00 pm - Internet Research Class, taught by Linda Peterson<br>This class teaches how to use different sites on the internet to find information for genealogy and some basic research skills in helping find names for the temple.
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Tuesday Jan 21 - 6:00 pm - Fold3 Website, taught by Anita Olsen<br>This class provides instruction on using the website Fold3 which has valuable information for all researchers especially military records for the US from the Revolutionary War to World War II.
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Thursday Jan 23 - 10:00 am - Family Tree Photos &amp; Stories, taught by Joyce Palmer<br>This class teaches how to upload photos and stories to Family Tree. Participants should bring photos and stories stored on a removable drive to practice using these features of Family Tree.
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Thursday Jan 23 - 6:00 pm - Family Tree Editing &amp; Family Relationships, taught by Barry Evans<br>This class provides instructions on editing and correcting family relationships in Family Tree.
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Monday Jan 27 - 10:00 am - Family Tree Intermediate, taught by Annette Sheperd<br>This class teaches how to reserve ordinances for the temple, editing information and relationships on our family tree. Merging and sourcing are also taught.
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Tuesday Jan 28 - 6:00 pm - United States Census, taught by Shari Duce<br>This class teaches the importance of census records in the United States from 1790 to 1940. Learn how to get more out of your census research.
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Wednesday Jan 29 - 6:00 pm - Preserving Family Stories through Oral History, taught by Michael Palmer<br>One of the services provided by the Center is recording family stories on DVD. In this class you will learn how to prepare for your recording session at the center. Preserving and sharing family memories is a priceless gift for generations.
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Thursday Jan 30 - 6:00 pm - Family Tree Photos, Stories and Documents, taught by Barry Evans<br>This class teaches how to use the new documents feature on Family Tree and how to utilize your photos and stories in Family Tree and in collaborating with other relatives.<br>
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Tuesday Feb 4 - 6:00 pm - Getting Started with your Research, taught by Linda Peterson<br>This class teaches the basics of getting started and using FamilySearch and other online programs. This is the basics for anyone just beginning or needing a refresher course.
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Monday Feb 10 - 2:00 pm - Beginning Computer Skills, taught by LuEtte Halladay<br>This is a basic computer skills class to teach how to use the computer, especially applying these skills to Family History.  
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Tuesday Feb 11 - 10:00 am - Legacy 8 Beginning, Anita Olsen<br>This class teaches how to use the software program, "Legacy 8". Basic skills will be taught to help you use this powerful software to organize your Family History.
  
Monday, April 8 - 10:00 am - Family Tree Basic, taught by Annette Sheperd<br>Tuesday, April 9 - 10:00 am - Beginning Computer Basics #1, taught by Wayne Summers<br>Thursday, April 11 - 10:00 am - Beginning Computer Basics #1 (this is the same class that is taught on Tuesday), taught by Wayne Summers<br>Thursday, April 11 - 6:00 pm - Family Tree Basic, taught by Linda Peterson<br>Tuesday, April 16 - 10:00 am - Beginning Computer Basics #2, taught by Wayne Summers<br>Thursday, April 18 - 10:00 am - Beginning Computer Basics #2 (this is the same class that is taught on Tuesday), taught by Wayne Summers<br>Friday, April 19 - 10:00 am -Using Source Box, taught by Sue LaVelle<br>Monday, April 22 - 10:00 am - Family Tree Intermediate, taught by Annette Sheperd<br>Tuesday, April 23 - 10:00 am - Beginning Computer Basics #3, taught by Wayne Summers<br>Thursday, April 25 - 10:00 am - Beginning Computer Basics #3 (this is the same class that is taught on Tuesday), taught by Wayne Summers<br>Thursday, April 25 - 6:00 pm - Family Tree Intermediate, taught by Linda Peterson<br><br>Thursday, May 2 - 10:00 am - Beginning Computer Basics #4 (this is the same class that is taught on Tuesday), taught by Wayne Summers<br>
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Wednesday Feb 12 - 2:00 pm - Family Tree Beginning, taught by Mikhael Trimnal<br>This class teaches the basics of Family Tree from logging on to maneuvering through different aspects on the tree page and the person page. Adding information and searching will also be taught if time during the lesson.
  
Thursday May 2 - 6:00 pm - Family Tree Advanced, taught by Linda Peterson<br>"This doesn't look like my ancestor"! This class teaches changing relationships and merging duplicate names. If there is time, a brief view of photos and stories will be taught.  
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Friday Feb 14 - 10:00 am - Family Tree Source Box, taught by Sue LaVelle<br>Family Tree Source Box teaches how to use this vital part of Family Tree to document the information on Family Tree.  
  
Wednesday May 8 - 10:00 am - Family Tree Beginning, taught by Claudette Hall<br>This class teaches the basics of family tree from logging on to maneuvering through different aspects on the tree page and the person page. Adding information and searching will also be taught if time during the lesson.<br>
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Tuesday Feb 18 - 6:00 pm - RootsTech Follow-up, taught by Anita Olsen<br>Come learn about the new ideas and programs presented at the RootsTech Conference that will help you in your Family History.  
  
Thursday May 9 - 6:00 pm - Native American Research, taught by Jhon Bryan<br>The Northern Shoshone Council has requested this class to help find resources for Native American Research. Jhon has served in the FHL in Salt Lake City and has experience with Native American Research. This class is designed for this council, but others interested are welcome to attend.  
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Wednesday Feb 19 – 10:00 am - RootsMagic Software Beginning Class, taught by Vicki Rasmussen <br>RootsMagic is a database software to record family records, histories and pictures. Learn the basics in using this software program.  
  
Tuesday May 14 - 10:00 am - Internet research class, taught by Linda Peterson<br>This class teaches how to use different sites on the internet to find information for genealogy and some basic research skills in helping find names for the temple.  
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Wednesday Feb 19 - 2:00 pm - Family Tree Intermediate, taught by Mikhael Trimnal <br>This class teaches how to reserve ordinances for the temple, editing information and relationships on our Family Tree. Merging and sourcing are also taught.  
  
Wednesday May 15 - 10:00 am - Family Tree Intermediate, taught by Claudette Hall<br>This class teaches how to reserve ordinances for the temple, editing information and relationships on our family tree. Merging and sourcing are also taught.  
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Friday Feb 21 - 10:00 am - Ancestry.com , taught by Sue LaVelle<br>Ancestry.com is a powerful internet site that is a major factor in Family History research. Learn how to navigate this site and learn the "ins and outs" of researching.  
  
Tuesday May 21 - 10:00 am - Family Tree Photos &amp; Stories, taught by Linda Peterson<br>This class teaches how to upload photos and stories to Family Tree. Participants should bring photos and stories stored on a removable drive to practice using these features of Family Tree.  
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Monday Feb 24 - 10:00 am - Getting Started with your Research, taught by Annette Shepherd<br>This class teaches the basics of getting started and using FamilySearch and other online programs. This is the basics for anyone just beginning or needing a refresher course.  
  
Tuesday May 21 - 6:00 pm - US Census Research, taught by Shari Duce<br>This class teaches how to use various US Censuses and how to analyze the information these censuses can reveal.  
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Wednesday Feb 26 – 10:00 am - RootsMagic Users Group, taught by Vicki Rasmussen<br>This group meets the 4th Wednesday of every month. Learn more details about the RootsMagic software program and get answers to questions about this program.  
  
Thursday May 30 - 6:00 pm -Analyzing Your Pedigree, taught by Boyd Nielsen AG<br>As an Accredited Professional Genealogist, Boyd Nielsen shares his expertise in analyzing information from various sources that apply to your research. This is a class that you don't want to miss.  
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Wednesday Feb 26 - 6:00 pm - Preserving Family Stories through Oral History, taught by Michael Palmer<br>One of the services provided by the Center is recording family stories on DVD. In this class you will learn how to prepare for your recording session at the center.  
  
<br>Please call the Brigham City Family History Center at 435-723-5995 to register for the class<br><br><br><br>
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Thursday Feb 27 - 5:00 pm - What's New in Family Tree, taught by Barry Evans<br>This class teaches how to use the new features on Family Tree and how to use these to enhance your Family Tree records. <br><br><br>
  
 
==== Staff Training Meeting  ====
 
==== Staff Training Meeting  ====
  
Thursday, May 16 at 6:00 pm<br>  
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Thursday, February 20 at 6:00 pm<br>  
  
 
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Revision as of 03:12, 28 January 2014

Brigham City
Family History Center
Address
531 N 100 W
Brigham City, Utah
Telephone
435-723-5995
Email
ut_brighamcity@ldsmail.net
Hours
Mon: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Tue-Thurs: 9:00 am – 8 pm
Fri-Sat: 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
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Monthly Class Schedule

All classes are held in the Training Room of the Family History Center. Please register in advance by calling the Brigham City Family History Center at 723-5995.

Thursday Jan 9 - 6:00 pm - Indexing on FamilySearch, taught by Barry Evans
This class provides answers for getting started in indexing records for FamilySearch. Learn how to begin batches and download them to your own computers. Great class.

Monday Jan 13 - 10:00 am - Family Tree Beginning, taught by Annette Sheperd
This class teaches the basics of Family Tree from logging on to maneuvering through different aspects on the tree page and the person page. Adding information and searching will also be taught if there is time.

Tuesday Jan 14 - 10:00 am - Legacy Pictures & Clipboard, taught by Anita Olsen
This class teaches how to use the software program "Legacy" in recording your pictures and sources. Questions and answers will also be given about this software program.

Wednesday Jan 15 - 10:00 am - United States Census, taught by Shari Duce
This class teaches the importance of census records in the United States from 1790 to 1940. Learn how to get more out of your census research.

Thursday Jan 16 - 2:00 pm - Internet Research Class, taught by Linda Peterson
This class teaches how to use different sites on the internet to find information for genealogy and some basic research skills in helping find names for the temple.

Tuesday Jan 21 - 6:00 pm - Fold3 Website, taught by Anita Olsen
This class provides instruction on using the website Fold3 which has valuable information for all researchers especially military records for the US from the Revolutionary War to World War II.

Thursday Jan 23 - 10:00 am - Family Tree Photos & Stories, taught by Joyce Palmer
This class teaches how to upload photos and stories to Family Tree. Participants should bring photos and stories stored on a removable drive to practice using these features of Family Tree.

Thursday Jan 23 - 6:00 pm - Family Tree Editing & Family Relationships, taught by Barry Evans
This class provides instructions on editing and correcting family relationships in Family Tree.

Monday Jan 27 - 10:00 am - Family Tree Intermediate, taught by Annette Sheperd
This class teaches how to reserve ordinances for the temple, editing information and relationships on our family tree. Merging and sourcing are also taught.

Tuesday Jan 28 - 6:00 pm - United States Census, taught by Shari Duce
This class teaches the importance of census records in the United States from 1790 to 1940. Learn how to get more out of your census research.

Wednesday Jan 29 - 6:00 pm - Preserving Family Stories through Oral History, taught by Michael Palmer
One of the services provided by the Center is recording family stories on DVD. In this class you will learn how to prepare for your recording session at the center. Preserving and sharing family memories is a priceless gift for generations.

Thursday Jan 30 - 6:00 pm - Family Tree Photos, Stories and Documents, taught by Barry Evans
This class teaches how to use the new documents feature on Family Tree and how to utilize your photos and stories in Family Tree and in collaborating with other relatives.


Tuesday Feb 4 - 6:00 pm - Getting Started with your Research, taught by Linda Peterson
This class teaches the basics of getting started and using FamilySearch and other online programs. This is the basics for anyone just beginning or needing a refresher course.

Monday Feb 10 - 2:00 pm - Beginning Computer Skills, taught by LuEtte Halladay
This is a basic computer skills class to teach how to use the computer, especially applying these skills to Family History.

Tuesday Feb 11 - 10:00 am - Legacy 8 Beginning, Anita Olsen
This class teaches how to use the software program, "Legacy 8". Basic skills will be taught to help you use this powerful software to organize your Family History.

Wednesday Feb 12 - 2:00 pm - Family Tree Beginning, taught by Mikhael Trimnal
This class teaches the basics of Family Tree from logging on to maneuvering through different aspects on the tree page and the person page. Adding information and searching will also be taught if time during the lesson.

Friday Feb 14 - 10:00 am - Family Tree Source Box, taught by Sue LaVelle
Family Tree Source Box teaches how to use this vital part of Family Tree to document the information on Family Tree.

Tuesday Feb 18 - 6:00 pm - RootsTech Follow-up, taught by Anita Olsen
Come learn about the new ideas and programs presented at the RootsTech Conference that will help you in your Family History.

Wednesday Feb 19 – 10:00 am - RootsMagic Software Beginning Class, taught by Vicki Rasmussen
RootsMagic is a database software to record family records, histories and pictures. Learn the basics in using this software program.

Wednesday Feb 19 - 2:00 pm - Family Tree Intermediate, taught by Mikhael Trimnal
This class teaches how to reserve ordinances for the temple, editing information and relationships on our Family Tree. Merging and sourcing are also taught.

Friday Feb 21 - 10:00 am - Ancestry.com , taught by Sue LaVelle
Ancestry.com is a powerful internet site that is a major factor in Family History research. Learn how to navigate this site and learn the "ins and outs" of researching.

Monday Feb 24 - 10:00 am - Getting Started with your Research, taught by Annette Shepherd
This class teaches the basics of getting started and using FamilySearch and other online programs. This is the basics for anyone just beginning or needing a refresher course.

Wednesday Feb 26 – 10:00 am - RootsMagic Users Group, taught by Vicki Rasmussen
This group meets the 4th Wednesday of every month. Learn more details about the RootsMagic software program and get answers to questions about this program.

Wednesday Feb 26 - 6:00 pm - Preserving Family Stories through Oral History, taught by Michael Palmer
One of the services provided by the Center is recording family stories on DVD. In this class you will learn how to prepare for your recording session at the center.

Thursday Feb 27 - 5:00 pm - What's New in Family Tree, taught by Barry Evans
This class teaches how to use the new features on Family Tree and how to use these to enhance your Family Tree records.


Staff Training Meeting

Thursday, February 20 at 6:00 pm