About the Family Reunion Center

Imagine a convenient place where you can go to read about other people's family reunions, their experiences in writing family history, the new family members they've met through putting together and sending out a family newsletter or forming a family society. Well, you can do all that here in the Reunion Center and a lot more! This is the place for finding others who share a family surname; for scanning the list of upcoming family reunions; for locating links to reunion planning helps; for sharing your reunion stories and expertise. We hope you'll put the Reunion Center in your favorite places so you can come back again and again.

Want to help us build up this area? Here's what you can do:

  1. Write a short article about a recent family reunion you planned or attended. Tell what worked well, what didn't, what made it fun and worthwhile.

  2. Give us the titles, editors, publishers, URL's of outstanding family histories or surname newsletters you have seen or read. Tell us where to find them and what was great about them.

  3. Send in family reunion pictures with text identifying individuals shown in the photo, if possible. We will highlight these on a rotating basis here in the Reunion Center.

  4. Submit the dates of your upcoming family reunion to be included in our Reunion Events Calendar.

    Coming in the near future . . .
    • More resources to help you have a successful family reunion!




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