Family History Conference of Northwest Arkansas
As you may know, the annual Family History Conference of Northwest Arkansas was discontinued in 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
We are restarting the conference this year, 2023.
We are changing our format. First, we will put on two classes on June 3rd, 2023. See the Sessions page for timing and descriptions. We are currently working on what additional classes we will offer, and we will determine that in part based on the attendance at these two classes.
When we have further classes scheduled, we will post Sessions and Register pages on this site where you will be able to see what classes we are offering and will be able to register for those in which you are interested.
Please check back from time to time to see the Sessions and Register pages when we post them. We will email all registrants of any prior conference when it is time to review the sessions offered and register for those in which you are interested.
Our free seminars and workshops are for beginning, intermediate, and experienced genealogists to help advance their knowledge and appreciation of their ancestors. We are dedicated to enhancing the study of family history, genealogical records, and sound genealogical research principles.
If you desire to find your ancestors and interact with, connect with, and learn from experienced genealogists, join us for the 2023 conferences.
The 3rd Tuesday of
Afternoon Session: 4:30 pm
Evening Session: 7:00 pm
Go to our sessions page.
The FamilySearch Center
6738 Lynch's Prairie Cove
Springdale AR 72762
Get directions; see a map.
SPREAD THE WORD
We strive to reach as many people interested in genealogy as possible. You can help by spreading the word. Tell your family, friends, or interested acquaintances about the conference.
Some special announcements
The FamilySearch Center (6738 Lynch's Prairie Court, Springdale, AR, entrance at the north end of the building) will be open the second and fourth Saturdays of the month from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.
We will shut down our WiFi because it is not strong enough to bear the load of so many people. Your cellular-enabled devices will still be able to access the internet via your carrier's network.