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Saturday, August 25
Legacy Family Tree for Complete Beginners  (Classroom)
11:00 am to 1:00 pm
Heritage Quest Research Library
Many of our patrons often ask our staff about what software to use. This Webinar will show the basic starting steps of using Legacy. It will also demonstrate some of the features that will help you get started. After seeing this Webinar, download the Basic Version for free. This will allow you a "test-drive" before you commit. The full version of Legacy software is available for purchase at our Bookstore.
FREE class presented by Geoff Rasmussen


Saturday, August 25
Legacy 9 Unlocked (part 1): Your First Few Legacy Tips  (Classroom)
2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Heritage Quest Research Library

This Webinar is for those genealogists that already have Legacy but need some help with some of the functions, or discovering functions you didn't know about. You will learn tips and tricks on other software as well. This is the first of a series of Webinars on Legacy. If you like it we will continue to offer the rest of the series.

Fee:  $15.00 presented by Geoff Rasmussen



Wednesday, August 29
HQRL survey results discussion  (Meeting)
7:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Heritage Quest Research Library classroom

Members of the Board of Trustees will be present to answer questions about our findings and also explain how we will use the results going forward.




Saturday, September 8
HQRL survey results discussion  (Meeting)
11:00 am to 12:00 pm
Heritage Quest Research Library
Members of the Board of Trustees will be present to answer questions about our findings and also explain how we will use the results going forward.



Autumn Quest 2018 with Angie Bush, MS
Friday, October 5
Autumn Quest 2018 with Angie Bush, MS  (Seminar)
8:30 am to 4:00 pm
Emerald Queen Convention Center

Ancestry's own Angie Bush, MS, Ancestry's Senior ProGenealogist and NGS Region 1 Director, and the chair of its Genetic Genealogy committee. Her day job is as a Senior Genealogist with Ancestry ProGenealogists in Salt Lake City. Angie has been interested in her genealogy since she was very young. After college, she spent several years working in biotech while continuing to pursue her genealogy hobby. With the growing popularity and introduction of autosomal DNA testing in 2012, she decided to combine her two loves into one career. Although she spends a lot of time working on recent unknown parentage cases (adoptions, unknown fathers, donor conceived), her favorite type of research to do involves solving decades old “brick-walls” using a combination traditional records and genetic evidence. She is a popular speaker and presenter, and enjoys attending conferences where she can connect with others who share her passion for genealogy. Angie is a Utah native and lives with her husband and two descendants in Sandy, Utah.