During its more than 25 years of
existence the Society has had many activities to be proud of.
The most activily attended events are undisputedly the annual meetings:
May 5, 1990 founding meeting in Tallinn
April 13, 1991 in Tallinn
March 21, 1992 in Tallinn
February 27, 1993 in Tallinn
February 20, 1994 in Tallinn
March 11, 1995 in Tartu
March 9, 1996 in Tallinn
March 8, 1997 in Rapla
March 14, 1998 in Tartu
March 13, 1999 in Tallinn
March 19, 2000 in Tallinn
(In 2000 we had the jubilee meeting preceded by conference.)
March 17, 2001 in Viljandi
March 9, 2002 in Tallinn
March 8, 2003 in Rakvere
March 13, 2004 in Tallinn
12, 2005 in Türi
12, 2005 jubilee conference in Tallinn)
11, 2006 in Tallinn
10, 2007 in Tartu
March 8, 2008 in Tallinn
14, 2009 in Pärnu
13, 2010 in Tallinn
12, 2011 in Rapla
10, 2012 in Tallinn
09, 2013 in Viljandi
08, 2014 in Tallinn
14, 2015 in Türi
March 12, 2016 in Tallinn
March 11, 2017 in Pärnu
Next annual meeting will be
held on March 10, 2018,
Many courses in gothic
handwriting and research in archives have been conducted along with summer
camps, exhibitions etc.
Arhive courses in 1990.
The first summer gathering
took place in 1996. in Viljandi, largest exhibition
was related to the Society's jubileum in spring 2000. in Estonian Academic Library.
First summercamp in
Vana-Võidu in 1996.
Second summer camp in Olustvere in 1999.
Third camp took place in 2001 in Audru, 4th was in 2003 in Nõo.
5th such gathering was held in 2005 in Kose
Uuemõisa (organised by Tallinn branch) and 6th in Saaremaa in 2007.
7th summer camp was held in
Virumaa in August 2009.
8th summer camp took place
on August 6-7, 2011, in Järvamaa.
9th summer camp was held in
Võrumaa on August 3-4, 2013.
10th summer camp took place in Hiiumaa on
August 5, 2017.
Next summer camp
planning will start in February 2018.
Tallinn branch is publishing
the newsletter Põlvnemislugu that is since 2004 become the newspaper
for the Society. Tartu branch has been publishing its newsletter the Sugupuulane and Viljandi branch
had until recently its own newsletter the Genealogus.
The braches homepages contain an overview of these
publications. Information regarding
the regular meetings is also available on branches homepages.