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4 Ways You Can Celebrate Your Heritage at RootsTech Connect 

Presentations February 25–27 are entirely virtual and free this year


RootsTech Connect — which for the first time in RootsTech’s 10-year history will be entirely virtual and completely free this year — is attracting participants from around the world for its series of presentations scheduled for Thursday through Saturday, February 25–27.

RootsTech, considered to be the largest family history conference in the world, is hosted by FamilySearch, an international nonprofit organization dedicated to helping all people discover their family story.

This year, presenters will teach from international locations, and all experiences will be available in 11 languages. Watch any of the following four offerings live, or view the recorded broadcasts later on demand. Sign up at RootsTech.org. Click on each of the following selections to learn more: 

February 25–27  RootsTech Connect
RootsTech Connect is different from any other virtual event. Enjoy dozens of inspirational learning sessions, uplifting messages from celebrity keynote speakers and hands-on activities to help you celebrate your heritage all year long. Live-streaming begins at 4 a.m. GMT on February 25 (9 p.m. MST on February 24). Content will be rebroadcast and available on demand. Use the playlist feature on RootsTech.org to create a personalized list of content to watch on demand during and after the event. 

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