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Things To Look In Finding A Place For Your Reunion

By Sue Kust

Thinking about family reunion? The first thing to put in mind of course is the location. The venue you select may set the right atmosphere, fix on what activities to hold and may get the attention of the family relatives to attend.

As you begin exploring locations for your family reunion, consider the following important factors:

1. Number of the Group

The number of your extended family is one of the most important factors to consider in deciding a place for family reunion. Let say your family is too huge to comfortably fit, in someone’s home, you may want to try renting a room or banquet hall in a hotel, or selecting an outdoor venue.

2. Length and Expense of the Reunion

Is your family reunion going to be a weeklong cruise, or is an overnight stay or an afternoon picnic preferable? The cost of the reunion may be a factor in the number of people who are able to attend, as guests may need to request time off work or pay for travel expenses.

If you’re having thoughts in a weeklong trip, each family relative may be more enthusiastic to travel some distance, at the same time as shorter gatherings should be hosted in convenience to many guests as possible.

3. Accessibility for Children or Elderly Family Members

Easy of Access is a necessity, especially for family members who do have lots of kids or elderly relatives who have difficulty in stairs or uneven terrain. See to it that the location you select is child-friendly and accessible for those who are mobility-impaired.

4. Formal or Informal?

Does the reunion requires being in black tie affair or are you hosting an apple picking party and hay ride? Put on consideration about the interest and relative ages in selecting a location; this will persuade guests to socialize and get to know one another better.

5. Activities for Family Reunion

Your setting provides a perfect opportunity to create specific reunion activities, such as a family-themed scavenger hunt (pick a neighborhood where many family members live, or used to live) or a lesson about family history (visit a graveyard where some of your ancestors are buried). You might also select a location that offers boating, swimming, horseback riding, museums, local tours, or other activities that will make the reunion more enjoyable for the whole family.

It’s also a nice thing to consider some details like parking, restrooms, and backup plans in case of rain for outdoor locations).Try to have a reservation for a block of rooms at a discounted group rate, in case your thinking an overnight trip.

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Kust, Sue "Things To Look In Finding A Place For Your Reunion." Things To Look In Finding A Place For Your Reunion. 16 Aug. 2010. 29 Dec 2014 <>.

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