Genealogy from the perspective of a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon, LDS)

Monday, February 1, 2016

Mesa FamilySearch Library plans two conferences

I guess the assessment of the Mesa FamilySearch Library as possibly mostly dead was premature. Not only have they been operating out of the old, much smaller building just west of the Mesa, Arizona Temple, but they have also held a very successful conference in October of 2015 and now plan two more conferences in early 2016. Here is the official announcement.

The Mesa AZ FamilySearch Library is pleased to announce two Family History Conferences coming up in February and March, 2016. The first conference will be held on Saturday, February 20, at the Red Mountain Institute building on the Maricopa Community College Red Mountain campus. This facility is located near the 202 and McKellips Road, at 7126 E McKellips Road, Mesa. The second conference will be held on Saturday, March 12, at the Peoria North LDS Stake Center on 22034 North 83rd Avenue in Peoria. Both conferences will offer classes from morning through late afternoon. Lunches may be purchased. Register online now for the February 20th conference at Registration for the March 12th conference will be available in mid-February. Please join us.
Here is the explanation of the opening of the Training Center also.
Training Center Open
464 E. 1st Ave., Mesa, AZ
Hours at the Training Center :
- Monday 9-5
-Tuesday and Wednesday 10-6
There are 44 computers, 2 scan-pro film readers, 2 mechanical film readers (film can once again be ordered short term to the Library), a photo scanner, and a "Life Story" room to record your history (by appointment).
In addition, a family history consultant and priesthood training class will begin Tuesday, January 5, at 7 pm at the Training Center and run each Tuesday for a 4-week period. Everyone is invited.

If you have questions or need to make an appointment, please call 480-962-9611.
It looks like they are making the best of a limited space and getting back into operation.

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