RootsTech 2017 Schedule

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7:00 am
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8:30 am
General Session
General Session - Saturday
CeCe Moore, The DNA Detectives; Buddy ''Cake Boss'' Valastro

Buddy Valastro

For New York Times best-selling author Buddy Valastro, mixing eggs, sugar, butter and flour means a lot more than “making a cake.” As a fourth generation baker, it’s a constant source of pleasure, pride and creativity. Creating amazing cakes connects Buddy with the memory of his father Buddy Sr. and his extended Italian family history. His talent and passion for the family business, Carlo’s Bakery, has earned the straight-talking cake expert the moniker, and TLC TV show, Cake Boss.

 
For this best-selling author, cake expert, and successful businessman, family is a top priority. When Buddy was 11, he began working at the family bakery alongside his father. “My dad was my best friend and idol, anything to spend more time with him was important.” In the precious years they worked together as a father and son team, his dad passed on his wealth of baking knowledge and instilled in him a cast iron business sense and a drive for success. Now a father himself to a daughter and three sons, Buddy continues to pass on Valastro family traditions.
 
CeCe Moore
 
CeCe Moore is an independent professional genetic genealogist and media consultant. She’s passionate about her daily work, and combines her extensive knowledge of the latest DNA research and testing with modern genealogical technology to shed light on family history mysteries—truly detective work at its finest. One of the most rewarding aspects of her work is helping individuals, such as adoptees, discover their genetic heritage. CeCe’s knowledge and unique talents have afforded her many opportunities to share what she’s learned on screen, in writing, and in person as a popular speaker.  
 
Room: Hall D
Session number: RT1300
RootsTech Track
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10:00 am
Expo Hall
(Closes at 5 p.m.)
11:00 am
Sessions/Labs
FamilySearch: Family Tree Futures
Ron Tanner, FamilySearch

FamilySearch: Family Tree Futures. Come learn the significant features that were added in 2016 and what we have planned for FamilySearch Family Tree in the future. Come, learn, and express what you like and want for Family Tree!!

Room: 255B
Session number: RT4111
RootsTech Track
The records after Scandinavians that passed away
Finn Karlsen | Advanced

This presentation will delve into available sources and the laws that governed them, including probate records, land and property distribution, and record availability.

Room: 150
Session number: RT9439
Seasoned Genealogy Topics
Breaking barriers using the US Marriage records
Lynn Turner, FamilySearch

FamilySearch boasts one of the largest and most complete collections of U.S. marriages. Come discover your ancestors in these invaluable records.

Room: Ballroom B
Session number: RT8421
Seasoned Genealogy Topics
Attaching sources in Family Tree
Bryce Roper | Intermediate

Attaching sources in Family Tree What are sources, why do we add them, why are they important? How can they help me verify conclusions and find missing ancestors I never knew existed in Family Tree

Room: 151
Session number: RT4121
RootsTech Track
Tracing Your Tracting Ancestors
Ryan Combs, LDS Church History Library | Beginner

Announced at RootsTech 2016, the Early Mormon Missionaries database is an incredible resource listing every missionary who served between 1830 and 1930. The site links to letters (including call and acceptance), journals, mission histories and periodicals, pictures, and much more! Come and learn search tips, explore related resources, and discover original documents to enrich the missionary experience of your ancestors.

Room: 250D
Session number: LDS0688
LDS
Take Great Genealogy Photos & Not Spend a Fortune
Amy Johnson Crow, AmyJohnsonCrow.com | Beginner

Do your photos of documents come out blurry? Do your tombstone photos come out like gray blobs? It doesn't take a fancy, expensive DSLR to take great genealogy photos. In this session, you'll learn tips and techniques for using "basic" cameras and even smartphones to photograph documents and objects. Some changes in lighting and even where and how you hold your camera can make all the difference.

Room: Ballroom E
Session number: RT1861
Seasoned Genealogy Topics
Journaling Principles That Work
Steve Reed, JRNL, Inc | Beginner

This class will cover effective principles for starting, maintaining and preserving your journaling efforts. Discover how to find deep and meaningful motivation and explore the pros, cons and risk factors associated with a wide variety of journaling mediums. Whether you’ve been journaling for years, or are just getting started, this class will provide valuable information and shouldn’t be missed.

Room: Ballroom J
Session number: RT0565
RootsTech Track
Let the Records Reveal Your Family Story
Lisa Elzey, Ancestry | Intermediate

Your family story is right there in the records. Learn to utilize different research methodologies combined with storytelling techniques to fill in the blanks of your own family narrative. A fascinating case study will provide a unique backdrop to examine the evidence and discover the story, because when you let the records tell the story, you may have a few surprises along the way.

This class is endorsed by Ancestry.com

 

Room: 250A
Session number: RT1798
RootsTech Track
Can I Use That In My Genealogy? A Copyright Primer
Thomas MacEntee | Intermediate

Are you aware that certain documents and photos that are part of your family history research may be restricted by copyright? Don’t panic – you can still use them in your genealogy! But understand how to determine if an item is copyrighted and how it can and can’t be used. Learn the basics of US copyright law and how you can still use copyrighted items such as document, articles and photographs as part of your genealogy research.

Room: 255D
Session number: RT1337
RootsTech Track
Irish Research – using online resources
Richard Sayre | Advanced

Presentation will describe and demonstrate online resources for Irish research. Options for the use of Griffiths’ valuation will be explored as well as sources of vital records. Integration of place and identity data will be demonstrated. Discussion of online free resources such as FamilySearch, Ask About Ireland, Public Records Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI), National Library of Ireland (NLI) and National Archives of Ireland. Also the pay sites FindMyPast, Ancestry, RootsIreland, and General Records Office of Northern Ireland will be discussed.

Room: 255E
Session number: RT2502
Seasoned Genealogy Topics
How to Create a Free Google Earth Map Collection
Lisa Cooke, Genealogy Gems | Beginner

Maps are essential to your genealogy research. Learn how to find free digital historic maps for your ancestral locations (including hidden treasures inside Google Earth), add them as permanent overlays to Google Earth, and then organize them into your personal genealogy map reference collection. You’ll learn best practices for keeping them organized and enriching your family history research. The final result: a map collection customized for your research that you'll find youself referring to again and again.

Room: Ballroom G
Session number: RT0538
Seasoned Genealogy Topics
Continuing Your Genealogy Education at Home
Crista Cowan, Ancestry | Intermediate

You are attending a genealogy conference. That’s a great step in your genealogy education. But, did you know that there are thousands of hours of videos, podcasts, blog posts, and virtual society meetings that you can access from home? In this presentation, we will cover many of the most popular options for you to continue your genealogy education once the RootsTech conference has ended.

This session is endorsed by Ancestry.

Room: 251A
Session number: RT1933
RootsTech Track
The Art of Storytelling: It's more than names & dates
Kenyatta Berry, Entrepreneur and Genealogist | Beginner

When doing family research we often focus on the names, dates and locations of our ancestors. However, it's important to develop a story using historical context. Learn how to use online resources, history and technology to create a compelling family story. Using my experience as a host on Genealogy Roadshow, I will talk about our development process from research to story to screen. You will walk way inspired to create your own family story.

Room: Ballroom A
Session number: RT2095
RootsTech Track
French sources to find your French ancestors
Jacques Le Marois, Geneanet

This class will cover the various French sources available to Research your French ancestors. The French regulation (CADA and CNIL laws) with regards to records access and reuse. The organization/localization of these records with special comments about Paris.

Room: Ballroom C
Session number: RT3115
RootsTech Track
App Attack! Never leave home without them.
Shelley Murphy | Beginner

Learning can happen anywhere. Researching & learning online are very useful tools for genealogists. Attendees will get a glimpse of some of the best online genealogy learning sites along with some genealogy cell phone applications. Some of hte applications highlighted will be Ancestry, Family Tree, Genealogy Gems, Legacyfamilytreewebinars, Monticello, FindAGrave, & Ben Franklin's World.

Room: Ballroom I
Session number: RT1434
RootsTech Track
Troll Virtual Cemeteries & Using Cemetery Records
Amie Tennant, Genealogy Gems | Beginner

Troll along with us as we learn the pros and cons of information found at Find A Grave, Billion Graves, and Deceased Online. These virtual sites may hold key information for your genealogy research including pictures, biographies, and more. Learn how and why to use the app features of Find A Grave and Billion Graves for some great results. Lastly, we will discuss the often overlooked cemetery or burial records, what they offer, and where to find them. You won't want to miss this lecture, especially if you are dealing with record lost in your targeted county or state.

Room: 254A
Session number: RT0421
Seasoned Genealogy Topics
Finding my Irish story Going beyond the free stuff
Brian Donovan, Eneclann & Findmypast

There are millions of free Irish genealogical records online including census, BMDs, church registers and more. Faced with such a lot of free information you might think that’s enough. But not if you want to build the story of your ancestors lives. To do that you have to look at the largest collection of Irish records online at Findmypast. This includes over 120 million unique records, more than half of which are not available anywhere else. Find out why your ancestors left Ireland, what happened to motivate their migration. Did they have to avail of poverty relief? Did they have a tyrant landlord? Were they victims of religious persecution? Or were they just looking for freedom and opportunity? Only by looking at the wonderful array of surviving records can you answers these any many other questions. Find out how at Findmypast.

This session is endorsed by Findmypast.

Room: 251D
Session number: RT6487
Seasoned Genealogy Topics
How to Find Living People using Global Technology
Colleen Fitzpatrick, Identifinders International | Beginner

What if you could locate anyone you wanted anywhere in the world? What if you could research in any library or archive in any country you need to? Wouldn’t it make the “impossible” brick wall less daunting? Wouldn’t it give you hope that you could locate your great grandmother’s birth certificate in Lithuania, find a male relative in Sweden to take a DNA test, or find that cousin in France who inherited the family bible you saw as a child? Today, advances in communication technology—especially the Internet—have made it so much easier to reach out to potential relatives on the other side of the world and to consult libraries and archives in foreign countries with relative ease. We live in a global community! This class is not a how-to on social networking, or about links to genealogical websites. It is about tips and tricks you can use to locate and communicate with living people both here and overseas – really anywhere in the world.

Room: 255A
Session number: RT2076
RootsTech Track
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1:30 pm
Sessions/Labs
Genealogy - A Qualified Profession?
Dr Bruce Durie | Advanced

Should Professional Genealogy be an all-qualified Profession? If so, what is meant by a Qualification? Who provides these? What do the qualifications involve? Professional Genealogists are encouraged to come along for a discussion on the future of our discipline.

Room: 250D
Session number: RT2192
Seasoned Genealogy Topics
Mixing Reality TV and Genealogy with BYUtv’s Relative Race

Meet the contestants and get an exclusive sneak peak at Season 2 of Relative Race—a BYUtv original series and the world’s first genealogy-themed competition show.

Room: 251D
Session number: RT3214
RootsTech Track
How to Get More from Your DNA with GEDMatch.com
Shannon Christmas, Through The Trees Blog | Beginner

Learn how to mine your autosomal DNA results for genealogical gems using the most popular third-party tool for genetic genealogy.

Room: 255D
Session number: RT1440
RootsTech Track
Uncover Hidden Gems with DPLA and WorldCat
Amy Johnson Crow, AmyJohnsonCrow.com | Beginner

Genealogy resources can turn up where we least expect them. This session will show you how to use two free resources -- the Digital Public Library of America and WorldCat -- to help you find records in libraries you've never heard of as well as uncover documents in places you probably wouldn't think to look.

Room: 255E
Session number: RT1739
RootsTech Track
A Conversation on the Future of Family History
Julia Rose West, Ancestry
Similar to how we study the past we can also study the future. In this session we will explore what genealogy might look like in ten or even twenty years. There is an explosion of digital records being created daily on Facebook, Instagram, and other social media platforms. What will these records look like to our future descendants? Where and how might we memorialize our digital memories? How might we ensure that our family stories of today be accessible in hundreds of years? Finally, we will discuss how the confluence of this information will better help knowledge of self in the future.
Room: 250A
Session number: RT7341
RootsTech Track
New! 2017 Is the Year of Nordic Records!
Whitney Peterson, FamilySearch

The Nordic countries are a focus for FamilySearch in 2017. There are many exciting record collections that will be published. I will go over what we plan to publish and when we hope to publish them. We will review why these collections are beneficial for Nordic research and how they will be a great resource in researching one’s family in the Nordic countries.. I will show how to access the collections on FamilySearch, as well as where to access them before they are available on FamilySearch. 

Room: Ballroom C
Session number: RT8341
RootsTech Track
How to Make Family History Interesting & Memorable
Stacy Julian, Stacy Julian

It’s easier than you think to share and make visible family connections that strengthen relationships and bridge generations. Let’s talk about how to spark meaningful conversations with your children, grandchildren and extended family as you discover and preserve enduring family stories. 

Room: Ballroom E
Session number: RT2900
RootsTech Track
Don’t Just Be a Searcher, Be a Researcher
Crista Cowan, Ancestry | Intermediate

In this age of easy internet access to billions of genealogical records, internet search engines, and SIRI it is easy to think all we have to do is ask a computer for the identity of our great-great-grandparents. Searching is a great first step. But then we must research. And re-search. And re-search again. In this presentation we will cover the basics of good search strategies and some tips about how to be an even better researcher.

This session is sponsored by Ancestry.

Room: Ballroom J
Session number: RT1989
RootsTech Track
Relatively Recent Relatives: 20th Century Research
Sunny Morton, Lisa Louise Cooke's Genealogy Gems | Beginner
Learning more about our immediate forebears can strengthen emotional bonds—and our family trees. But privacy and copyright restrictions on modern records can be daunting. In this class, you’ll learn about 20th-century records that can minimize these barriers. You’ll also see lively examples of how to combine information from several records to discover meaningful stories and build a more solid “trunk” for your family tree.
Room: 150
Session number: RT1559
RootsTech Track
Finding Family Members in Freedman's Bank Records
Janice Sellers, Ancestral Discoveries | Intermediate

The Freedman's Bank was started so that USCT soldiers and former slaves could invest and save money after Emancipation. The records for these more than 70,000 accounts can show you family members listed together—at times three generations for one account—and sometimes the former slave owner's name, key to finding more information about enslaved individuals prior to 1865. Examples will show how family relationships can be documented with these records.

Room: 255A
Session number: RT9781
RootsTech Track
Becoming a Census Detective
Angela McGhie | Intermediate

This "case" study will "investigate" one family and trace them back through census records from 1940 to 1790. This example will demonstrate principles of effective census research including how to evaluate censuses for "clues" to other records; effectively search the pre-1850 records; locate state censuses; and utilize the non-population schedules to learn more about the family.

This class is only available to the Getting Started Pass

Room: 155 - Getting Started
Session number: GS2027
RootsTech Track
A Nose for Newspapers: 16 Super Secrets
Mary Kircher Roddy, MKR Genealogy | Beginner

Newspaper research can break down brickwalls. See strategies for getting the most out of them. Each suggestion is illustrated with examples from newspapers from various locations and time periods. Learn some new secrets to finding your ancestors in historic newspapers.

Room: 251A
Session number: RT9735
Seasoned Genealogy Topics
Going beyond the Online Gravestone.
David Lambert, NEHGS | Beginner

You have located your ancestors gravestone online - what next? Using research methods to research the events leading up to the death, funeral and burial of your ancestors. This lecture will take in 17th - 21st century sources for researching the last days of your ancestor. Sources from Federal, state, county and town level repositories will be introduced.

Room: 255B
Session number: RT9699
RootsTech Track
Holding History in your Hands
Brian Grubbs, Springfield-Greene County Library District | Beginner

Part One: Teaching with Primary Sources

The first part will discuss the importance of primary source in education.  You will learn how to read and analyze historical letters, and gain a better understanding of how they can help piece together family history.    

Part Two: Searching for Superman

Superman is one of the most iconic comic book characters ever created.  Using excerpts from Superman comics, you will piece together the Kent family genealogy in a fun and educational activity. 

 Part Three: History in your Hands

The final part of the class will utilize the knowledge and skillsets you learned in the previous activities.  Using primary source documents, you will discover and record the genealogy of a family.  This activity will prepare you to uncover clues in your family documents to expand your family tree.       

Room: Ballroom G
Session number: RT2472
RootsTech Track
Sources and structures for successful genealogical research in Germany
Dirk Weissleder | Advanced
Doing genealogical research in Germany is different from the U.S. Even the country is much smaller the historical background and the local development mostly are very complex. Even for Germans it is sometimes very difficult to understand and use the structures of organized genealogy in a variety of genealogical societies. The class wants to give an overview for successful genealogical research in Germany.
Room: 151
Session number: RT4215
Seasoned Genealogy Topics
What is Your Revolutionary War Ancestor's Story
Ken Nelson, Family Search | Advanced

This presentation will discuss search strategies researchers can use to create a paper trail for their Revolutionary War ancestor by answering a few basic questions: Do I have an ancestor that served in the war? What are the key sources for Revolutionary War research? How were the Continental forces organized? Where else can I look for information? We will examine a variety of records that identify an ancestors’ service including pension and bounty land files, service records, lineage society applications, cemetery records, prison records, published rosters and county histories along with sources that are online. We will also examine the writings of a typical soldier, Joseph Plumb Martin, as a case study for writing our own story of an ancestor’s military service.

Room: Ballroom A
Session number: RT1045
Seasoned Genealogy Topics
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3:00 pm
Sessions/Labs
Supercharge Your Research with DNA
Emily Aulicino | Intermediate

Genealogy research periodically comes to a halt in the absence of records, if you are adopted or if there was a name change whether intentional by an ancestor or not. Discover which tests can help you with your brick walls and learn how your matches could add to your information.

Room: 150
Session number: RT9542
RootsTech Track
Why, When, and How to Hire a Researcher
Wesley Eames, AncestorCloud | Intermediate

While building the world's largest network of professional genealogists we've learned a lot about when and how to hire professional research help. We'll walk you through when to get outside help and also share some helpful tips for when you don't need to hire someone with all of the free resources available. Most importantly, we'll help you save money if you're considering hiring someone

Room: Ballroom C
Session number: RT7614
RootsTech Track
Beyond Records: Capture the Story of Your Ancestor
Zac Trafny, MooseRoots | Intermediate

Starting with a historical record, MooseRoots pulls together tons of relevant information that put you in your ancestor's shoes, revealing what their life was actually like. With information about the town they lived in, the events they grew up during, and much more, you leave MooseRoots with a deeper understanding of your family.

This class is endorsed by MooseRoots

Room: 155D - Getting Started
Session number: RT1708
RootsTech Track
Beyond Ethnicity—How DNA connects us to Our Past
Anna Swayne, AncestryDNA | Intermediate

DNA is passed down from generation to generation, creating a record of both our distant and more recent past. Come learn about advances the AncestryDNA team has made that will connect you to more specific stories and regions in your own family history.

Room: 250A
Session number: RT9834
RootsTech Track
Creating Google Alerts for Your Genealogy
Katherine R Willson | Beginner

Google Alerts notify genealogists when information about their ancestors is published online in the U.S. or in the home country of immigrant ancestors. Learn tips for creating the most effective Google Alerts in a who-when-where format, utilizing a variety of search operators, as well as techniques for managing the delivery of these notifications.

Room: 155 - Getting Started
Session number: RT1430
RootsTech Track
The Nuts & Bolts of Jewish Genealogy
Ken Bravo, Nuts & Bolts of Jewish Genealogy | Beginner

This is a program designed to help those who are new to Jewish genealogical research, as well as those who are more advanced, to get practical tips and hints on where and how to look for clues and data. Some are common with other sorts of genealogical research and some are more uniquely Jewish, such as Jewish newspapers, cemetery records, records of Jewish organizations such as burial societies and many others. The program includes hints, tips and techniques on searching for your Jewish ancestors, including immigration records, naturalization records, census information, newspapers, cemetery records and many others.

Room: 255D
Session number: RT1106
RootsTech Track
The transmission of your family’s story should be organized
Guillaume LANGUEREAU, Famicity | Beginner

Today, there is a tremendous amount of data, books, pictures, documents, videos, audio records about our family. This legacy is priceless for the generation to come. It must not be allowed to gather dust. Find out how to use Famicity.com to share, organize and pass on your story and invite all your family to collaborate on that gift for the future.

Room: 255A
Session number: RT0849
RootsTech Track
Recording and Sharing Life Testimony Videos for Your Family Members
Dave Andros | Beginner

Family stories should never be lost. They remind us of life’s special occasions and important experiences, embody family values, illustrate important lessons learned, provide a glimpse into the lives people lived, and become a significant part of our legacy. One of the most powerful ways to record these valuable stories is with video. A video can capture the beliefs, voices, emotions, facial reactions – the life testimony – of individual family members, and become a deeply emotional component of a complete memory-keeping solution. In this session, learn the fundamentals of creating a Life Testimony Video, and how anyone with a smart phone can create and share them with others. Learn how to prepare the right questions, anticipate and overcome obstacles, and encourage individuals to actually sit down and tell their stories for the camera (not always an easy thing). And most importantly, learn how to save and share these Life Testimonies - and the legacy behind them - for generations.

Room: Ballroom E
Session number: RT1117
RootsTech Track
Helping Your Grandparents Share their Story
Janet Hovorka, Family ChartMasters; Amy Slade | Beginner

Recording your family’s story may seem daunting, but it is a simple task when family members work together using fun and easy tools available for smart phones. Children and adults can help parents and grandparents tell their story while standing in line at the grocery store or even waiting for a doctor’s appointment. Apps you may already have, such as Facebook, Pinterest, and Instagram can be used to document your grandparents story and share it with family and close friends. Discover apps you may not have tried such as YouTube, Chatbooks and VideoStar and more for further storytelling. Record the rich essence of your family and make the genealogy bug contagious using the phones your family already carries with them.

Room: 255B
Session number: RT1424
RootsTech Track
Mapping Apps for Genealogists
Richard Sayre | Beginner

Description: Why does it seem as if everyone is talking about their smartphone or tablet? These are revolutionary tools with numerous applications (apps) for iPhone and Android devices and tablets, which can make professional genealogists more efficient researchers, more organized, and better able to access information in seconds from a portable easy-to-use gadget. The tools now available that integrate the smartphone or tablet GPS, camera, and map are amazing. Some apps even integrate genealogical data. Even better, many of these apps are free. This session presents only a few of the myriad mapping apps that are useful to genealogists.

Room: 151
Session number: RT3018
RootsTech Track
Beyond the British Census
Myko Clelland, Findmypast | Intermediate

Most researchers of British genealogy will be more than familiar with using census records that span 1841-1911, but what of those that begin much earlier in history? what happens when we can't find our ancestors in the census at all? Join Findmypast's British family historian Myko Clelland as we explore how we can go beyond core census records to go further back in time or replace missing records that keep telling our family story. Learn about the many other census surrogates created by our ancestors that detail how people lived and how to use them to fill gaps in your research by getting to grips with muster rolls, protestation returns, tax records, rate books, electoral & identity registers, trade directories and more - enabling you to keep searching and supplementing or adding to what you already have all the way back to the 1600s!

Room: 255E
Session number: RT9723
RootsTech Track
MOVIE: Aida's Secrets

Aida's Secrets is the story of two brothers, Izak and Shepsel, who were born in a displaced persons' camp in post-World War II Europe. Separated as babies, neither knew of the other's existence for 65 years — until MyHeritage reunited them. But little did they know about the secrets behind their separation. Described by Time Magazine as "deeply moving. A powerful film" and directed by the nephew of one of the brothers, Alon Schwarz, Aida's Secrets is a heart-warming documentary following the twists and turns of one family's genealogical journey of discovery.

 

Run time: 90 minutes

Free popcorn.

Room: 251D
Session number: RT6513
RootsTech Track
Kid Genealogists: Inspiring the Next Generation
Nicole Dyer; Melissa Finlay; Emily Kowalski Schroeder | Beginner

As mothers and genealogists, we are passionate about sharing family history with children. Not only does knowing family history strengthen children to face hardships with confidence, but it ensures that precious family information will be preserved for future generations. You will leave our class with practical tips and project ideas to incorporate family history into the everyday lives of the children you love. We’ll share how grandparents and parents can teach children genealogy by doing hands on projects, discussing ancestors in the context of historical events, creating kid friendly books with storyboard software, acting out family history through pretend and role play, using multimedia for storytelling, and more.

Room: 250D
Session number: RT8918
RootsTech Track
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Evening Events
RootsTech Closing Event: Celebrating Life with Music... AND Cake

One last event with amazing entertainment caps off RootsTech 2017. Wrap up your conference experience with a good laugh and quality music, featuring comedic entertainer Jason Hewlett; BYU's Men's a cappella chorus, Vocal Point; and a cappella women's chorus, Noteworthy.    

Room: Hall D
Session number: RT1345
RootsTech Track
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