Monday, January 19, 2015

Aussies and Commonwealth Cousins at Rootstech

Following on the success of our dinner in 2013 I have invited a few Aussie friends plus Audrey Collins from the UK and NZ expat Roger Moffat to a pre Rootstech get together in Salt Lake City at The California Pizza Kitchen in The Gateway Center on Tuesday February 10  prior to Rootstech. We'll be there from 6:30pm (it gets cold at night in SLC) and will try to order by (The California Pizza Kitchen is still showing up as being in the Gateway Center but I will confirm this on my arrival in SLC and also warn them of an impending invasion.)

We members of the British Commonwealth are greatly outnumbered at Rootstech so it's nice to get to know a few people before the big event.  

I am hoping that our Commonwealth Cousins from Canada, the UK, South Africa and other Commonwealth nations who would like to meet up with people from downunder will drop in and say G'day.  If you are able to join us please drop me an email (or message me via the Rootstech App) so I can get an approximate idea of numbers.

The Gateway Center is just a brisk walk down from the Radisson Hotel and Family History Library or a couple of stops on the free Trax light rail. California Pizza Kitchen (which serves more than just pizza) is number 14 on the Gateway Mall Map below

Gateway Center Map

Walking directions from The Radisson (A) to Gateway Center (B)
CPK's address is 
156 South 400 West
Salt Lake City, UT 84101
One Block South of the Delta Center
(801) 456-0075


Caitie G said...

On another note, I just got really excited (happy dance included) because there's a Cheesecake Factory nearby!

GeniAus said...

The Cheesecake Factory was very crowded last time we were there but the servings were ginormous just like at all their outlets.

There's also another of my fave US chains P F Changs.

Cassmob (Pauleen) said...

It will be fun...I'm in :)

Cassmob (Pauleen) said...

Oooh I just saw a big Barnes & Noble there I need to eat?

GeniAus said...

B&N was a lovely place to spend some time browsing. Lots ro tempt but the family history section was lacking in 2013.

Paul Milner said...

Good job Jill, You can include this Brit in the count.

Pauleen if you want books to look at - check out Maias books at the conference. Martha, the owner, has one of the largest genealogy book selections of any vendor at conferences. She will also be doing the credit card sales for UnLockThePast books so is worth checking out.


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