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We are going virtual for our May meeting, same date, same time as scheduled (1:30 for 2-4pm this coming Saturday 16th May) but at your place.

Instructions for joining the meeting online have been sent out to those on our mailing list.

There may be space available for others interested in learning about RootsMagic and how it can help them get and keep organised with their family history, or in learning more about some of the tricks of the trade in using it effectively.

If interested, space permitting, please request an invite via the contact instructions on our RootsMagic page.

 

Lorna

RootsMagic group coordinator

 11 May 2020  Posted by at 4:28 pm Uncategorized  No Responses »

RootsMagic

 

Covid update: Sep 2021:
If we are on Level 2 or higher, the current restrictions will mean we transfer the meetings to the more practical Zoom.
If you are not already on our RootsMagic mailing list, use the Contact form on our website with your details and ask to be added.
If you haven’t yet used Zoom, get in touch before the meeting and we can help you get set up.

Two-monthly workshops

for  those using, or interested in using, RootsMagic Software

to record their research and family history.

When:

Afternoons from 1:30 for 1:45-3:45pm
(Library closes 4pm).

Third Saturday  of every 2nd month from March to November

2021: Mar 20th, May 15th, Jul 17th, Sep 18th, Nov 20th

Venue:

Paraparaumu Library Meeting Room
(to right of main entrance through the Artspace)
Iver Trask Place
Paraparaumu

Facilitator:

Lorna Henderson

Cost:

$3 door charge, including refreshments

What is RootsMagic ?
A simple to use program to record both your research and your Family Tree.

Trying to choose a program?
Considering the possibility of switching programs?
Already using RootsMagic and interested in the more advanced features?

Come along and see if RM might be for you.

Users of all versions welcome, bring your device/plugbox.

Use the Contact Us page, subject RootsMagic to suggest topics or ask specific questions

 Posted by at 12:16 am 7 Responses »