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Faith in action: Fast for Families Across America, genealogy classes, more

Published March 7, 2014 2:46 pm
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Technology and genealogy

The Utah Valley Technology and Genealogy Group will meet. The meeting includes a presentation by Suzanne Hansen on "Diggin Information Out of Distant Family Members." More information at uvtagg.org.

When • Saturday, 9 a.m.

Where • LDS Red Chapel, 4050 N. Timpview Drive, Provo

Tickets • Free

Fast for Families Across America

Utah faith leaders, including Salt Lake City Catholic Bishop John Wester and Episcopal Bishop Scott Hayashi, will gather to welcome the "Fast for Families Across America" tour for immigration reform.

When • Saturday, noon

Where • Episcopal Church Center of Utah, 75 S. 200 East, Salt Lake City

Basic Buddhist classes

Wat Dhammagunaram Buddhist Temple will hold Basic Buddhist Studies classes for newcomers on Saturdays. Ajahn Sombat, a Buddhist monk from Thailand, will be the instructor. Visit facebook.com/pages/Wat-Dhammagunaram-of-utah/149667055118404 for information.

When • Saturday, 4-6 p.m.

Where • Wat Dhammagunaram Buddhist Temple, 644 E. 1000 North, Layton

Chamber Concert Series: Something Old, Something New

Community Presbyterian Church will hold a chamber concert featuring "old" songs and "new" songs; a clash of the newly born and the young at heart. Tickets only available at the door, cash or check only.

When • Tuesday, March 11, 7:30 p.m.

Where • Community Presbyterian Church, 75 N. 100 East, American Fork

Tickets • $8

Passover Seder Services

The annual Passover Seder Services at Brigham Young University will be held starting March 14.

When • Friday, March 14, 6:30 p.m.; services also set March 15, 21, 28 and April 11

Where • Brigham Young University Wilkinson Student Center, Provo

Tickets • $30; $20 for current BYU students, faculty and staff; available at 271 Joseph Smith Building.




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