Welcome to the website of the
Pommerscher Verein Freistadt!
We are glad you came to visit.
Please stay awhile.
Be sure to explore the links in
the red bar on the left.
Based on overwhelming feedback from the membership, the board has voted to change the meeting day and time. Beginning September 2018, the PVF meetings have changed to the second SATURDAY of the month, beginning at 1:00 p.m.
The next meeting is Erntedankfest (Pomeranian Thanksgiving) on October 13. Please join us for a potluck meal, a "parade" where members carry a decorated garden tool, and other Pomeranian traditions. Don Burhop will play his accordian help lead the festivities.
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Change in 2018 member fees:
Because of increased printing and mailing costs, PVF has voted to charge an additional $5.00 for each member who requests to receive the newsletter through the U.S. mail. When you choose to renew online with PayPal and credit card, if you simply click the "Renew" button, you will only be set up to get the newsletter via e-mail. If you wish to receive the paper copy by U.S. mail, please also add $5.00 under "Optional donation" on that same page. (Naturally, other donations are gratefully accepted as well!). Thank you!
Receive the Rundschreiben (newsletter) by USPS mail AND e-mail:
Non-voting Associate or Organization $17.00/year
Receive the Rundschreiben (newsletter) by e-mail only:
Non-voting Associate or Organization $12.00/year
An abbreviated list (title and author) of the cataloged items
in the PVF collection is now on this web page.
Check the Library / Archive entry in the red bar on the left.
Tour of Pomerania
The Pomeranian Heritage Tour Group gathered in front of the
Pommersches Landesmuseum in Greifswald, Germany in May 2017.
The museum specializes in the history of Pomerania.
Tours of northern Germany and Poland, in what was once Pomerania,
were conducted in May 2015 and May 2017. Enjoy some photos of the trips below.
Another tour is potentially being planned for the spring of 2019. If you have a specific
"Pomeranian" town in Germany or Poland you are researching and might possibly
wish to join a tour, please email email@example.com with the name of
the town (and closest current city if you know it.)