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Millennia 2011 Calendar

2011: January ∑ February ∑ March ∑ April ∑ May ∑ June ∑ July
 ∑ August ∑ September ∑ October ∑ November ∑ December

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Genealogy Shows/Conferences

We attend most of the major genealogy shows during the year.  If you know of a show or conference in your area that you think we should attend, please let us know.

Genealogy Societies

We have been giving Legacy presentations to many of the genealogy societies in Washington and Oregon during their monthly meetings.  As we travel to different parts of the country we would love to meet with other groups and demonstrate Legacy.   Demonstrations usually take between one and two hours, which gives us time to cover many of Legacy's great features and some time to answer questions.  Please contact us if you are interested.

User Demonstrations

There is no way we can visit each and every genealogical society around the world.   Because of this, other Legacy users often give demonstrations to their groups instead.  If you are interested in doing a Legacy demonstration to your local group, please let us know.  We can provide you with a suggested demonstration outline, sample files, brochures and other material to ensure a professional presentation.  We also provide materials to people who would like to write a review of Legacy for their groupís newsletters.

Retail Stores

During our travels, we enjoy visiting retail stores that carry Legacy (or would like to carry Legacy).  If we can work it into our schedule, we would enjoy doing employee training and in-store demos for your customers.  Please let us know if you would like us to visit your store.

Legacy Users Groups

Be sure to check the Legacy Users Groups page for information on meetings and presentations.  Legacy Users Groups can vary from email or telephone contact lists to organizations that meet regularly to conduct workshops, provide informative speakers, discuss problems and share solutions.

January 2011

  • January 5. Online webinar: Google for Genealogists presented by Thomas MacEntee. Pre-registration is required (free) and seating is limited. Visit www.FamilyTreeWebinars.com for registration and more information.
  • January 5-6. St. George, Utah. St. George Regional Family History Training Center located across the street from the St. George LDS temple. This is a two-part Legacy class of approximately eight hours. 1-5pm on both days. In addition to the demonstration of how to use Legacy, students will also have hands-on practice along with assignments and handouts to best learn the software. Registration is open to anyone. Contact David Midgley for more information or call the FHC at 435-673-4591.
  • January 10. Salt Lake City, Utah - Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy. Held at the Radisson Hotel in downtown Salt Lake City, come visit with Legacy's co-founder, Ken McGinnis. Special seminar pricing on products will also be available. For more information, please click here.
  • January 13. Salt Lake City, Utah - Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy. Held at the Radisson Hotel in downtown Salt Lake City, Legacy will be presenting "Legacy Family Tree: an Overview" for the lunch-time educational session. Those with a lunch ticket may attend the session. For more information, please click here.
  • January 21-22. Mesa, Arizona - 23rd annual Arizona Family History Expo. Held at the Mesa Convention Center (263 North Center Street), visit us in booths 15 and 28. As a major sponsor of this event, we will be giving away prizes including an Acer Netbook computer. Click here for more information. Legacy's Geoff Rasmussen will be teaching four classes:
    • Improving your use of New FamilySearch: Data Cleanup Strategies (this class will also be broadcast online - register here for free)
    • Organizing, Planning, Mapping, Sourcing, and Sharing with Legacy Family Tree
    • New FamilySearch and Legacy Family Tree: It's so easy (this class will also be broadcast online - register here for free)
    • Legacy Family Tree - Tips & Tricks
  • January 22. St. George, Utah. St. George Regional Family History Training Center located across the street from the St. George LDS temple. This is a full-day Legacy class of approximately eight hours. 9-5pm. In addition to the demonstration of how to use Legacy, students will also have hands-on practice along with assignments and handouts to best learn the software. Registration is open to anyone. Contact David Midgley for more information or call the FHC at 435-673-4591.
  • January 29. St. George, Utah. Genealogy Now Expo. Held at the LDS meetinghouse at 550 East 700 South in St. George from 10am-5pm. Legacy's vice-president and co-founder, Ken McGinnis, will present classes on using Legacy. Come visit with him at our informational table. Contact David Midgley for more information or call the FHC at 435-673-4591.

February 2011

  • February 1/8/15/22. Youngtown, Arizona - West Valley Genealogical Society. This is a four-week Beginning Legacy course taught by Legacy's Geoff Rasmussen. Pre-registration is required, and seating is limited. Visit http://www.azwvgs.org/Classes.htm for more information.
  • February 2. Online webinar: Newspapers: Critical Resource to Complete Your Family Tree presented by Thomas Jay Kemp. Pre-registration is required (free) and seating is limited. Visit www.FamilyTreeWebinars.com for registration and more information.
  • February 5. Fresno, California - Genealogy Technology Seminar by Geoff Rasmussen. Co-sponsored by the Fresno-Yosemite Chapter DAR, the Fresno County Genealogical Society, and the Fresno Legacy Users Group, it will be held at the Picadilly Inn Shaw at 2305 West Shaw Avenue in Fresno (in large meeting room in the back) from 8-2:30. Registration is required. For more information call Corky Peterson at 559-322-1743 or send her an email.
  • February 10-12. Salt Lake City, Utah - RootsTech. Visit with us in booths 206 and 208 for seminar-special pricing on Legacy products. Legacy's Geoff Rasmussen will teach "Digital Images for Genealogists and Technologists", "Stop wasting time in New FamilySearch: Better Practices", and will participate in the "Virtual Presentations Round Table". Visit http://www.rootstech.org for registration and more information.
  • February 16. Online webinar: Chasing Women - Finding Your Female Ancestors presented by Leland K. Meitzler. Pre-registration is required (free) and seating is limited. Visit www.FamilyTreeWebinars.com for registration and more information.
  • February 19. Sun City, Arizona. West Valley Genealogical Society Annual Seminar featuring Arlene Eakle. Visit with us in the Legacy booth. Click here for more information.
  • February 22-23. St. George, Utah. St. George Regional Family History Training Center located across the street from the St. George LDS temple. This is a two-part Legacy class of approximately eight hours. 1-5pm on both days. In addition to the demonstration of how to use Legacy, students will also have hands-on practice along with assignments and handouts to best learn the software. Registration is open to anyone. Contact David Midgley for more information or call the FHC at 435-673-4591.

March 2011

  • March 5. Bountiful, Utah. South Davis Family History Fair. Held at Bountiful High School from 7-4:30. Visit www.familyhistoryfair.com for more information.
  • March 16-17. St. George, Utah. St. George Regional Family History Center located across the street from the St. George LDS temple. This is a two-part Legacy class of approximately eight hours. 1-5pm on both days. In addition to the demonstration of how to use Legacy, students will also have hands-on practice along with assignments and handouts to best learn the software. Registration is open to anyone. Contact David Midgley for more information or call the FHC at 435-673-4591.
  • March 19. St. George, Utah. St. George Regional Family History Center located across the street from the St. George LDS temple. This is a full-day Legacy class of approximately eight hours. 9-5pm. In addition to the demonstration of how to use Legacy, students will also have hands-on practice along with assignments and handouts to best learn the software. Registration is open to anyone. Contact David Midgley for more information or call the FHC at 435-673-4591.

April 2011

  • April 6. Online webinar: Building a Research Toolbox presented by Thomas MacEntee. Pre-registration is required (free) and seating is limited. Visit www.FamilyTreeWebinars.com for registration and more information.
  • April 6-10. Springfield, Massachusetts. 11th New England Regional Genealogical Conference. Visit us in booths 52 and 53 for special seminar pricing on Legacy products. Click here for more information.
  • April 9. Fair Oaks, California. Sacramento Genealogical Society's Spring Seminar featuring Legacy's Geoff Rasmussen. Click here for more information.
  • April 13-14. St. George, Utah. St. George Regional Family History Center located across the street from the St. George LDS temple. This is a two-part Legacy class of approximately eight hours. 1-5pm on both days. In addition to the demonstration of how to use Legacy, students will also have hands-on practice along with assignments and handouts to best learn the software. Registration is open to anyone. Contact David Midgley for more information or call the FHC at 435-673-4591.
  • April 16. St. George, Utah. St. George Regional Family History Center located across the street from the St. George LDS temple. This is a full-day Legacy class of approximately eight hours. 9-5pm. In addition to the demonstration of how to use Legacy, students will also have hands-on practice along with assignments and handouts to best learn the software. Registration is open to anyone. Contact David Midgley for more information or call the FHC at 435-673-4591.
  • April 21. Online webinar: Dropbox for Genealogists presented by Thomas MacEntee. Pre-registration is required (free) and seating is limited. Visit www.FamilyTreeWebinars.com for registration and more information.
  • April 23. Rexburg, Idaho. Brigham Young University-Idaho Rexburg Area Family History Conference held at the Thomas E. Ricks building on the BYU-I campus. Legacy's Luc Comeau will teach two Legacy classes. Click here for more information.

May 2011

  • May 4. Online webinar: Preserving Family Photographs: 1839 to the Present presented by Maureen Taylor. Pre-registration is required (free) and seating is limited. Visit www.FamilyTreeWebinars.com for registration and more information.
  • May 7. St. George, Utah. St. George Regional Family History Center located across the street from the St. George LDS temple. This is a full-day Legacy class of approximately eight hours. 9-5pm. In addition to the demonstration of how to use Legacy, students will also have hands-on practice along with assignments and handouts to best learn the software. Registration is open to anyone. Contact David Midgley for more information or call the FHC at 435-673-4591.
  • May 10-11. St. George, Utah. St. George Regional Family History Center located across the street from the St. George LDS temple. This is a two-part Legacy class of approximately eight hours. 1-5pm on both days. In addition to the demonstration of how to use Legacy, students will also have hands-on practice along with assignments and handouts to best learn the software. Registration is open to anyone. Contact David Midgley for more information or call the FHC at 435-673-4591.
  • May 11-14. Charleston, South Carolina. National Genealogical Society conference. Visit us in booths 106 and 108. Attend our Overview of Legacy Family Tree class Saturday at 11:00am. Click here for more information.
  • May 11. Online webinar: Further Your Research and Unify Your Family Reunion with Beautiful Genealogy Charts presented by Janet Hovorka. Pre-registration is required (free) and seating is limited. Visit www.FamilyTreeWebinars.com for registration and more information.
  • May 18. Online webinar: Google Docs for Genealogists presented by Thomas MacEntee. Pre-registration is required (free) and seating is limited. Visit www.FamilyTreeWebinars.com for registration and more information.

June 2011

  • June 1. Online webinar: Google Forms for Genealogists presented by Thomas MacEntee. Pre-registration is required (free) and seating is limited. Visit www.FamilyTreeWebinars.com for registration and more information.
  • June 3. Online webinar: Cruising with Legacy Family Tree in 2012 presented by Christy Downing. Pre-registration is required (free) and seating is limited. Visit www.FamilyTreeWebinars.com for registration and more information.
  • June 10-12. Burbank, California. Southern California Genealogy Jamboree. Click here for more information.
  • June 29. Online webinar: Ready, Set, Write! Share Your Family's Story presented by Lisa Alzo. Pre-registration is required (free) and seating is limited. Visit www.FamilyTreeWebinars.com for registration and more information.

July 2011

  • July 13. Online webinar: The Power of DNA in Unlocking Family Relationships presented by Ugo Perego. Pre-registration is required (free) and seating is limited. Visit www.FamilyTreeWebinars.com for registration and more information.
  • July 20. Online webinar: Google Images and Beyond presented by Maureen Taylor. Pre-registration is required (free) and seating is limited. Visit www.FamilyTreeWebinars.com for registration and more information.
  • July 26-29. Provo, Utah. BYU Conference on Family History and Genealogy. Click here for more information.

August 2011

  • August 3. Online webinar: Organizing for Success presented by Karen Clifford. Pre-registration is required (free) and seating is limited. Visit www.FamilyTreeWebinars.com for registration and more information.
  • August 15-16. St. George, Utah. St. George Regional Family History Center located across the street from the St. George LDS temple. This is a two-part Legacy class of approximately eight hours. 1-5pm on both days. In addition to the demonstration of how to use Legacy, students will also have hands-on practice along with assignments and handouts to best learn the software. Registration is open to anyone. Contact David Midgley for more information or call the FHC at 435-673-4591.
  • August 17. Online webinar: Newspapers for Genealogists presented by Tom Kemp. Pre-registration is required (free) and seating is limited. Visit www.FamilyTreeWebinars.com for registration and more information.
  • August 19-20. Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah Genealogical Association Summer Conference. Visit http://www.infouga.org/events.php for more information.
  • August 31. Online webinar: Best Internet Resources for African American Genealogy by Angela Walton-Raji. Pre-registration is required (free) and seating is limited. Visit www.FamilyTreeWebinars.com for registration and more information.

September 2011

  • September 14. Online webinar: Facebook for Genealogists presented by Thomas MacEntee. Pre-registration is required (free) and seating is limited. Visit www.FamilyTreeWebinars.com for registration and more information.
  • September 16-17. Richland, Washington. Washington State Genealogical Society's annual conference. Legacy's Jim Terry will teach a class on Legacy Family Tree. Click here for more information.
  • September 17. Ogden, Utah. Northern Utah Family History Conference, held at Weber State University. More information to come....
  • September 21. Online webinar: Researching Your Connecticut Ancestors presented by Marian Pierre-Louis. Pre-registration is required (free) and seating is limited. Visit www.FamilyTreeWebinars.com for registration and more information.
  • September 29-October 8. 8th Annual Legacy Genealogy Cruise.

October 2011

  • October 15. Logan, Utah. Logan Regional Family History Conference, 9AM-5:30PM, held at the Bridgerland Applied Technology College and 600 W 1400 N. Visit our booth and attend our classes. For more information, click here.
  • October 19. Online webinar: "Ah hold your whisht and tell me the true story": Uncovering your Irish Family History presented by Jennifer Geraghty-Gorman. Pre-registration is required (free) and seating is limited. Visit www.FamilyTreeWebinars.com for registration and more information.
  • October 22. Burlington, Washington. Legacy class taught by Legacy's Jim Terry from 1:00-3:00 pm at the Burlington Senior Center, 1011 Greenleaf AV, Burlington, WA For more information: Barbara Johnson, 360-856-0870, raptorwoman@gmail.com

November 2011

December 2011

  • December 9. Parker, Arizona. Bouse Genealogical Society conference featuring Legacy's Geoff Rasmussen. Contact Carolyn Brown for more information.
  • December 14th & 15th from 1pm-5pm. St. George, Utah. St. George Regional Family History Center 355 S. 200 E., St. George, Utah. This is just across the street from the old FHC in the Temple parking lot. It is the old Distribution Center. This is a two-part Legacy class of approximately eight hours. From 1pm to 5pm on both days. In addition to the demonstration of how to use Legacy, students will also have hands-on practice along with assignments and handouts to best learn the software. Registration is open to anyone. Contact Elder David Midgley for more information or call the FHC at 435-673-4591.


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