Tomorrow, April 25th, is National DNA Day and the Family History Library in Salt Lake City is offering free classes all day. BUT YOU DON’T HAVE TO BE IN UTAH TO ENJOY THEM! Several of the classes are available via the internet in webinar format. Here’s what you need to know:
Free DNA Classes on April 25th
The Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah has monthly webinars that are available for free, from the comfort of your home. Because April 25th is National DNA Day, they have put together an all-day line up of awesome DNA related classes you are going to want to take advantage of!
All classes are on Mountain Standard Time. To see the list yourself, click here or, see the DNA classes for April 25th listed below:
- 9:30 AM – Introduction to DNA
- 11:00 AM – I’ve Tested My DNA, Now What?
- 12:00 PM – DNA Lab (This is an in-person class only and will not be available via webinar)
- 1:00 PM – Finding an Unknown Parent Using DNA: A Case Study
- 2:30 PM – Making DNA Connections through Descendancy Research
- 3:30 PM – DNA Open Lab for in-person attendees
- 4:00 PM – DNA Open Lab for Online Attendees
To attend the online class, they recommend you enter the webinar 15-20 minutes before the start time. To do that, go to the full list here and click on the hyperlinked class you wish to attend.
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