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Beginners & Experts Welcome at Northland Family History Fair

NEWS RELEASE — 24 APRIL 2014

Beginners and Experts Welcome at Northland Family History Fair

WHANGAREI, NEW ZEALAND — People living in Whangarei, New Zealand will have the opportunity tomorrow and Saturday [25-26 April] to learn more about how to discover their roots at the 2014 Northland Family History Fair.

The two-day event, sponsored by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, will be held at 137 Kamo Road on Friday from 6pm and Saturday from 9am.

Genealogy experts will lead sessions in person and via satellite broadcast. A number of sessions will be held each day on a variety of family history topics.

Entry to the family history fair is free. Those wishing to pre-register can do so here. Registration is also available on the day.

Watch a video about family history research and learn why many Latter-day Saints enjoy being involved.

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