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Event Calendar 2016

Register NOW for Genealogy courses through Monterey Peninsula College, California
You can register on-line for MPCLIB60 or MPCLIB61. Both are on-line 15-week beginning and intermediate genealogy courses. Registration begins December 7th through January 31st. You may register using an add code until February 13th. Please email karenmpc@aol.com for an add code if you need it. Classes begin at Monterey Peninsula College on February 1st.

LIBR 60: A 15-week beginning genealogy and computing course covers research methodology and technology used to trace ancestors who lived between 1860 and the present day. All courses are fully online. Contact KarenMPC@aol.com for a copy of the course syllabus. Students can apply for a genealogy certificate or an Associate Degree. Register at www.mpc.edu on-line classes.

LIBR 61: A 15-week beginning genealogy and computing course covers applying new methodologies for searching and analyzing genealogy's primary record groups for the 18th and 19th centuries: census, tax, probate, land, property, newspaper, biography, and military records, as well as learning how to read the handwriting of the period, focusing on the years 1750-1850 while using Internet, traditional, archival and specialty library resources. All courses are fully online. Contact KarenMPC@aol.com for a copy of the course syllabus. Students can apply for a genealogy certificate or an Associate Degree. Register at www.mpc.edu on-line classes.



February 1, 2016: Classes at Monterey Peninsula College Begin

February 3-6, 2016: Roots Tech Conference- Salt Lake City, Utah

February 13, 2016: Last Day to Add or Drop Classes at MPC
If you need to drop a class, the 13th of February is the last day you can do so without receiving a "W" grade and also be eligible for a refund. If you need to add a class February 13th is the last day with Instructor's approval.

February 20, 2016: Last Day for Nonresident Students to Drop Classes at MPC
If you are an out-of-state student registered in online classes, February 20th is the latest you can drop a class and still be eligible for a refund.
To view the MPC list of Important Events, please click here.


July 26-29, 2016: BYU Family History and Genealogy Conference.
The 48th annual BYU Conference on Family History and Genealogy will offer more than 100 classes, allowing participants to gain new skills and helpful information. Class topics include: Youth and Genealogy, LDS Family History Callings, FamilySearch Family Tree, DNA Research, Google Genealogy, ICAPGen, U.S. Research, Methodology, International Research and Scandinavian Research. The conference will be in the BYU Conference Center (770 East University Parkway, Provo, Utah).