Family Reunions Articles
Descendants of a famous Cincinnati brewer discover their German roots—and each other.
Teach your kids or grandkids how fun family history can be—without a textbook in sight.
Family reunion game and activity ideas
Additional resources for reunion games
Online reunion-planning resources
Books to help you plan a family reunion
Ready to channel your inner Diane Sawyer or Larry King? Interview your relatives to capture family history details and stories.
Reconnect with your family and friends by sending an informative, engaging family newsletter—these tips will show you how.
Planning a last-minute family reunion? Follow our tips to make your get-together a success.
1. Make a plan.
2. Recruit and delegate.
3. Create a command center.
4. Build a budget.
5. Prepare a back-up plan.
6. Get the word out.
7. Offer something for everyone.
8. Start with a bang.
9. Share your family's story.
10. Maintain the momentum.
1. Start early
2. Designate a representative
3. Ask questions
4. Visit in advance
5. Have a backup plan
6. Do a little research
Sites to hold family reunions