Wednesday, July 07, 2010

Kansas City: Midwest FH Expo

NOTE from DearMYRTLE: The following was received over the holiday weekend from our friends at Please address all inquiries to

For more information:
Holly T. Hansen
FHExpos Founder/President

What: Midwest Family History Expo

LDS Historical Feature Tour: July 29, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Free Keynote Address: July 30, 8:30 a.m.
Family History Classes: July 30-31 all day
Screening of “The Forgotten Ellis Island”: July 30

Where: KCI Expo Center 11730 N. Ambassador Drive, Kansas City, Missouri.

Exhibitor Registration: Online at or call 801-829-3295


Spectacular Opportunity for Exhibitors at Midwest Family History Expo

Hundreds of family history enthusiasts will gather at the inaugural Midwest Family History Expo in Kansas City, Missouri, to “learn the tech to trace their roots” on July 30-31. The event will take place at the KCI Expo Center, 11730 N. Ambassador Drive, Kansas City, Missouri.

Exhibitors and vendors must not miss Midwest Family History Expo. As participants attend more than 100 classes at the event ample time will be given to tour the exhibit hall between sessions. Registrants get excited about starting, furthering, or refining their research skills and will be looking for your products and services to assist them. A wide variety of exhibitors allow professional networking and great communication with potential leads.

Midwest Family History Expo is sponsored in part by industry giants like Family History Expos, FamilySearch, and These organizations have loyal patrons who flock to the Expos they support in search of great related products. This event is also sponsored by AGES-Online, RootsMagic, Legacy Family Tree, Generation Maps, and Mid-Continent Public Library.

Pat Carpenter is a loyal Family History Expos follower. She said, “Family History Expos are the greatest! After attending several over the past few years, I can honestly say I am much more confident about my ability to research, organize, and share my genealogy -- both what I inherited from others and what I have been able to find myself.”

Carpenter was a complete novice when she began attending Family History Expos, “I began attending classes on a wide variety of subjects -- including: how to get started, what software programs will help me the most, how to research, how to organize all my information and photos, what websites are available to help me online, and even how to write and publish a family book.”

Sign up now to be an exhibitor at the Midwest Family History Expo. Spaces are limited so register early for best space selection.

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