What do you get when you cross a family reunion with live entertainment, food trucks, bounce houses, and the world’s largest genealogical library? The Global Family Reunion Block party at the Family History Library! Over 3,000 people showed up on Saturday, June 6, from 10 to 2 in downtown Salt Lake City to take part in the festivities that were held in conjunction with the Global Family Reunionheld in New York City.The family-friendly block party included an outdoor stage with live entertainment by several talented local musical groups which included Japanese Drum Dancers, the Pecos Posse – Americana folk singers, Polynesian dancers, and a group of Scottish bag pipers. The final act on stage was storyteller Elaine Brewster. For the young and young at heart, there were bounce houses, a 24 foot slide, a rock wall, face painting, and carnival games.