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The library will be closed Saturday, March 31, 2012 for the LDS Annual General Conference.
Riverton FamilySearch Library
The Riverton FamilySearch Library has been very popular with local family history researchers in the south part of the Salt Lake Valley since opening its doors on June 21, 2010
The library offers a wide range of classes on family history topics. Select "Classes and Class Schedules" from the library menu for a brief description of each class and class schedules.
Seminars & Workshops
On the third Saturday of each month, the library offers a free three-hour Saturday Seminar. On the second Saturday of each month a Boy Scout Merit Badge Workshop is presented. Select "Events" from the library menu for details.
The Riverton FamilySearch Library is in the LDS Riverton Office Building at 3740 Market Center Drive in Riverton, Utah. Select "Location & Directions" from the library menu for details and directions.
Search and Serve
The Riverton FamilySearch Library offers a one day Family History activity to supplement ward and multi-ward youth conferences.
The library youth conference activities are designed to help youth and their leaders recognize the Spirit of Elijah and learn how its influence can bless the lives of both the living and the dead through Family History and Temple Ordinance work.
Research workshops will provide instruction on the key elements of genealogical research to help youth with their individual family history responsibilities. Each class will be followed with hands-on exercises or activities to practice and gain experience using the library’s state-of-the-art equipment and resources.
Service workshops will be presented to explain opportunities that are available for youth to assist others in family history research. Again, each class will be followed with an opportunity to practice skills and procedures learned during the class presentations. Select "Youth Conference" from the library menu for more details and registration instructions for the summer of 2012.
Temple Ordinance Card Printer
A Temple Ordinance Card printer has recently been installed at the library for the convenience of our patrons. Ordinance cards can be printed right at the library rather than taking a Family Ordinance Request form to a temple for printing.
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