The Third Annual GenealogyKC Family History and Technology conference is March 20-21 at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) meetinghouse, 6751 N.E. 70th St., Kansas City, North.
Registration to the event is free. More than 60 classes are planned. Presenters include specialists from the National Archives in Kansas City, the Missouri State Archives and the Midwest Genealogical Center, as well as local family history specialists.
The keynote address, “Problem Solving with FANS — Family, Associates and Neighbors,” will be given by Beth Foulk, area genealogist and founder of GenealogyDecoded.com.
Classes are planned for all interests and skill levels and include Cloud Genealogy; Military Records; African-American Research; Missouri: The spoiled brats in genealogy; Following Your Family’s Trail with Google Earth; Cemetery Restoration; Building Your Genealogy Toolkit; BSA Genealogy Merit Badge class and many more.
A youth-only program, Genealogy for Youth, will be held Saturday afternoon followed by dinner and a dance in the evening.
For a complete schedule and to register go here. Email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.