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Fall Family History Seminar - October 21st, 10 am - 3pm, at the Family History Center
 
  
Come enjoy informative classes, network with other researchers and a delicious lunch.  This is seminar is free.
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=== Family History Discovery Day 2017 ===
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|Come join us on Saturday, October 21st, for our annual fall seminar!
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2293 W. Hanley, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho
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We have a variety of class subject to help all skill levels.  Lunch will be provided from 12:00 to 2:00, running simultaneously with several classes.  This event is free and pre-registration is appreciated, to give us an estimate for meals and class sizes, THANK YOU!
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Family History Discovery Day Schedule
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9:30 - Check-in starts, follow signs to registration desk.
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9:50 - Opening Remarks & Announcements
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10:00 to 10:50 - General Session <blockquote>Keynote Speaker – Donna Potter Phillips - Come refresh your learning about the U. S. Censuses with a visit from "Elmer's wife" (Elmer is an 1840's census taker).</blockquote>11:00 to 11:50 - Session A<blockquote>1. Reunited Treasures - Diane Kamphaus - Make someone's day, come learn how to reunite lost family treasure with living descendants.</blockquote><blockquote>2. Photo Editing Tools You Can Use - Connie Godak - Photoshop is not the only game in town anymore!</blockquote><blockquote>3. Researching German Ancestry - Renate Benn-Wilde - Learn from an expert the ins and outs of German research.</blockquote><blockquote>4. Family History: Just Getting Started - Pam Duce - Are you new to family history and/or unsure where to start? This class will help get you on the family history path. </blockquote>12:00 to 12:50 - Session B<blockquote>5. Lunch Hour 1</blockquote><blockquote>6. Lisa Louise Cooke's Genealogy Gems - Rhonda Budvarson - Discover this wonderful resource to help you understand and use what is available in the genealogy world.</blockquote><blockquote>7. Find A Grave - Ruby McCormick - Learn to navigate, search and contribute to this wonderful website.</blockquote><blockquote>8. Free & Easy, Evernote Saves Your Work - Zooey Byram - The Evernote cloud will be available anywhere you go!</blockquote><blockquote>9. Find A Record - Pam Duce - This site analyzes your FamilySearch Tree to find ways you can contribute to your family history.  </blockquote>1:00 to 1:50 - Session C<blockquote>10. Lunch Hour 2</blockquote><blockquote>11. Accessing Family History Library Films - Rhonda Budvarson - Don't despair, the FHL film lending program has ending but a majority of those films can still be accessed.</blockquote><blockquote>12. Filling the Holes in Your Family History - Connie Godak - Puzzilla, Kinpoint and Hope Chest can give you new insight into your family records and how you can perfect them!</blockquote><blockquote>13. Organizing Your Family History - Gerald Dale - Don't get overwhelmed, get organized.</blockquote><blockquote>14. FamilySearch Memories - Pam Duce - Share your ancestor's pictures and stories with family members and in turn see what others have shared.</blockquote>2:00 to 3:00 - Session D<blockquote>15. The How and Why of Cloud Technology - David Shepherd - If you are finding the concept of the Cloud to be a little nebulous, this class will put you at ease.</blockquote><blockquote>16. The Family History Guide - Rhonda Budvarson - Whether you are learning, consulting or researching, this site has lessons, handouts, videos, resource links and more.</blockquote>17. Daughters of the American Revolution; Website & Membership - Louisa Durkin - Find out how to become a member of this venerable institution and search their online records, whether or not you are a member.
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18. Cold Case Genealogy - Pam Duce - After all, family history research requires some detective skills.
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We have several ways you can register:
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'''Online''' just [https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeap0VqNNv3yruW9pSdJjl7uYv5yukODIfRr-V-4wsf5M9JJA/viewform '''click this link'''], fill out the form and click submit.
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'''Call''' or '''Visit''' the FHC at 208-765-0150: Mon 10 am to 5 pm; Tues, Wed, or Thurs 10 am to 9 pm.
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'''Email''' us at [[Mailto:haydenlakefhc@gmail.com|haydenlakefhc@gmail.com]], include your name, phone number, the numbers of the classes/lunch you will be attending.
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'''Mail''' your registration form to Hayden Lake FHC c/0 Pam Duce, P.O. Box 764, Rathdrum, Idaho 83858 [https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwdhNL7q0j8XeTZXbmNVRlBGLVE/view?usp=sharing (click to print form)]
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==== Class Schedule  ====
 
==== Class Schedule  ====

Revision as of 02:59, 23 September 2017

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Center Contacts and Hours

Location Map:

Address:

  • 2293 W Hanley Ave, Coeur D'Alene, Idaho 83814 United States
  • Entrance is at west end of the building.

Phone:

  • 1-208-765-0150

E-mail:

  • haydenlakefhc@gmail.com

Open Hours:

  • Monday:10:00am-5:00pm
  • Tuesday:10:00am-9:00pm
  • Wednesday:10:00am-9:00pm
  • Thursday:10:00am-9:00pm

We will be closed October 9-10 for carpet cleaning.

Holiday Schedule:

The week of Thanksgiving: The two weeks of the Christmas holidays: All major national holidays: In the event of extreme winter weather: If the schools close because of bad weather, the FHC will also close: It is a good idea to call before you come to the Center during these times, to be sure we are open:

Calendar and Events

Upcoming Events

Family History Discovery Day 2017

Come join us on Saturday, October 21st, for our annual fall seminar!

2293 W. Hanley, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho

We have a variety of class subject to help all skill levels.  Lunch will be provided from 12:00 to 2:00, running simultaneously with several classes.  This event is free and pre-registration is appreciated, to give us an estimate for meals and class sizes, THANK YOU!

Family History Discovery Day Schedule

9:30 - Check-in starts, follow signs to registration desk.

9:50 - Opening Remarks & Announcements

10:00 to 10:50 - General Session 
Keynote Speaker – Donna Potter Phillips - Come refresh your learning about the U. S. Censuses with a visit from "Elmer's wife" (Elmer is an 1840's census taker).
11:00 to 11:50 - Session A
1. Reunited Treasures - Diane Kamphaus - Make someone's day, come learn how to reunite lost family treasure with living descendants.
2. Photo Editing Tools You Can Use - Connie Godak - Photoshop is not the only game in town anymore!
3. Researching German Ancestry - Renate Benn-Wilde - Learn from an expert the ins and outs of German research.
4. Family History: Just Getting Started - Pam Duce - Are you new to family history and/or unsure where to start? This class will help get you on the family history path. 
12:00 to 12:50 - Session B
5. Lunch Hour 1
6. Lisa Louise Cooke's Genealogy Gems - Rhonda Budvarson - Discover this wonderful resource to help you understand and use what is available in the genealogy world.
7. Find A Grave - Ruby McCormick - Learn to navigate, search and contribute to this wonderful website.
8. Free & Easy, Evernote Saves Your Work - Zooey Byram - The Evernote cloud will be available anywhere you go!
9. Find A Record - Pam Duce - This site analyzes your FamilySearch Tree to find ways you can contribute to your family history.  
1:00 to 1:50 - Session C
10. Lunch Hour 2
11. Accessing Family History Library Films - Rhonda Budvarson - Don't despair, the FHL film lending program has ending but a majority of those films can still be accessed.
12. Filling the Holes in Your Family History - Connie Godak - Puzzilla, Kinpoint and Hope Chest can give you new insight into your family records and how you can perfect them!
13. Organizing Your Family History - Gerald Dale - Don't get overwhelmed, get organized.
14. FamilySearch Memories - Pam Duce - Share your ancestor's pictures and stories with family members and in turn see what others have shared.
2:00 to 3:00 - Session D
15. The How and Why of Cloud Technology - David Shepherd - If you are finding the concept of the Cloud to be a little nebulous, this class will put you at ease.
16. The Family History Guide - Rhonda Budvarson - Whether you are learning, consulting or researching, this site has lessons, handouts, videos, resource links and more.
17. Daughters of the American Revolution; Website & Membership - Louisa Durkin - Find out how to become a member of this venerable institution and search their online records, whether or not you are a member.

18. Cold Case Genealogy - Pam Duce - After all, family history research requires some detective skills.

We have several ways you can register:

Online just click this link, fill out the form and click submit.

Call or Visit the FHC at 208-765-0150: Mon 10 am to 5 pm; Tues, Wed, or Thurs 10 am to 9 pm.

Email us at [[1]], include your name, phone number, the numbers of the classes/lunch you will be attending.

Mail your registration form to Hayden Lake FHC c/0 Pam Duce, P.O. Box 764, Rathdrum, Idaho 83858 (click to print form)

Class Schedule

Thursday, September 21st, Noon - Digital Newspapers: What's Available & How to Search Them. Learn how searching newspapers differ from other databases and what is available online. (You're welcome to bring a lunch)

Tuesday, September 26th, 6 pm - The Family History Guide: Rhonda Budvarson will take you through The Family History Guide. It is a wonderful resource for learning skills, links to resources and research suggestions.

Staff Training Meetings

  • 4th Thursday of each month at 6PM.

Center Resources

Collections

  • Resource books, genealogical periodicals, and more.

Databases and Software

Hardware and Equipment

  • 14 online computers
  • 4 microfilm readers
  • 1 microfiche reader
  • 1 microfilm/fiche scanner printer
  • Lexmark scanner/printer

Center Services

Staff Research Specialties

We have staff that specialize in Daughters of the American Revolution, Swedish, German, and Early American research.

Resources in the Local Area

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Links

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Volunteer at the Center

We are currently looking for volunteers for Wednesday 10-2, 2-6 and Thursday 6-9