The South Davis Family History Fair is this weekend, April 19-20, at Woods Cross High School. This is an annual event, in its 16th year, brought to us by the Utah Genealogical Association.
The Fair begins Friday evening at 7pm with the keynote speaker, Denise May Levenick, presenting Treasures in the Attic: Every Keepsake Has a Story. This event is free to the public.
Saturday’s program begins at 8am with another keynote from David Rencher, Chief Genealogical Officer for FamilySearch, presenting Preserve the Pensions – The Community Makes a Difference, followed by five sessions from 9:15am – 4:30pm. Several sessions have 22 different lectures to choose from. Topics include German research, multiple sessions about creating books or DVDs to share with family, using technology in different ways, and much more.
If you go, be sure to look for our own Todd Knowles, teaching about Jewish research, the Knowles collection, and British research.
Registration is only $15. Lunch can be added for only $6.
Schedule details and a link at the bottom of the page to registration are on the UGA web site.