You're Invited to New England

Photo of Patti and PaulWe are your hosts, Patti Pendexter and Paul Servizio. We are excited to welcome you to the first PDA Reunion to be held in beautiful and historic New England!  We have a great line-up of events that will include visits to the historic cities of Boston and Salem as well as family history research opportunities.  We have contracted with a wonderful hotel in Wakefield that is central for exploring New England’s beauty, culture and history. Please explore our web site to learn more, and if you have any questions, our email address is found below. 

Using the navigations links above, you can:

  1. Review the details of activities, tours, dinners and banquet, meetings, presentations and so much more we have planned by navigating to our Schedule before you register.
  2. Register for the reunion. We have a three-day and a two-day package that are your best deals. Plus you can pay for them using your credit card. Then mark your calendar! Please review the Terms and Conditions are on the back of the Registration Form.
  3. Reserve your Hotel room with our home for the reunion, the Four Points by Sheraton.
  4. Look at suggestions we have for you for Things to Do in the Area.
  5. Check out our page on Directions for airport and ground transportation suggestions.
  6. Download and print our Poster. Put one on your fridge and share it with your relatives.

Here are some highlights of activities during this year's Reunion:

Photo of Boston's waterfrontNew England Historic Genealogical Society
On Wednesday, prior to the Reunion, we will visit the NEHGS in Boston with an orientation to their resources followed by time on your own to research your family history interests. We will meet in the hotel and travel as a group. See the Schedule for details.

Discover Boston and its History 
Using a hop-on/hop-off trolley system, we will visit historical Boston on Thursday.  We will take the train to Boston. Then board the trolley for your self-guided tour, hopping-off at the sites you want to see. The birthplace of the American Revolution, Boston entices visitors with world-renowned cultural, educational, and recreational attractions.  One of America's oldest cities and the capital of Massachusetts, Boston was founded in 1630.  See the Schedule for details.


Photo of house in SalemSpend a day in Salem, Massachusetts by the waterfront
All aboard our bus for an historical tour and lunch in Salem, including a possible visit to the Custom House, Witch Museum, or maybe a harbor cruise from Pickering Wharf on Friday.  We may also visit the burial site or the former home of Ann Pudeator (Poingdestre) who was hanged as a witch in October 1692. Salem was the seat of early government of the Massachusetts Bay Colony.  The city has a rich maritime history and is where Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote some of his novels.  See the Schedule for details.


We are looking forward to everyone coming to see us in New England!
Patti Pendexter and Paul Servizio, your Reunion Hosts

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