With fall chill in the air and the aroma of spicy pumpkin lattes wafting in the air, we wave goodbye to summer and look forward to time spent indoors doing genealogy. I was surprised to receive notice of the RootsTech 2023 open registration this week. While the event isn’t until March 2-4, 2023, it is good to get it on your calendar.
If you haven’t received notification, you can get registered here. This year they are providing both virtual and in person experiences. Virtual remains free while in person has a fee of $98.00. If you’re not sure which you would like to do, they have a handy page that explains your options. Winter is a great time to sharpen the saw and learn about recent technologies, databases, and opportunities to further our family history research.
Take time to determine what new skills you would like to build in your genealogy. RootsTech is a great place to find a variety of topics to help you. Happy Learning.
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With a lifelong passion for genealogy and history, the author enjoys the opportunity to share genealogy tidbits, inspiring others to research and write their family story.