MHA in St. Louis June 1-4, 2017 – Registration Price Increase Approaching

By May 5, 2017

June 1-4, 2017, Historic St Charles, St Louis area Missouri.

Mormon History Association?s 52nd Annual Conference is coming quickly–the first weekend in June in St. Louis. Registration prices will increase after May 6th. Go here to register. (You must have already joined MHA to get member pricing. Go here if you still need to join for the year.) Check out conference information here and a copy of the preliminary program here. We want to see you there.

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  1. I looked everywhere but could not find the cost of the conference or the banquets or tours. So I just gave up on attending because there was no that I would know if I could afford it.

    Comment by Maurine Ward — May 6, 2017 @ 11:51 pm

  2. Maurine: if you go to the conference event page and click on the “Fees” tab, you’ll find this: http://www.cvent.com/events/crossing-and-dwelling-2017-mha-st-louis-mo-conference/fees-de757019ac03438fa3c11cc36f7fd54a.aspx

    Comment by Ben P — May 8, 2017 @ 7:25 am


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