How to Get Involved at the SPAH Convention
If you would like to get involved in the Convention while you are attending, there are several ways to do so.
- Present a seminar. Seminar presentations at the Convention are an opportunity for you to share what you know about the harmonica, music, singing or any related topic of interest to the SPAH audience. If you would like to propose a seminar presentation, please follow the link below. SPAH Seminar Coordinators will respond to your proposal in the first quarter of 2023.
- Please note: Seminar presenters at the SPAH Convention are volunteering their time, but are allowed to share any products or services they offer during or immediately after their presentations.
- Volunteer. While the local club provides a great deal of wonderful help to the SPAH board and staff, SPAH always welcomes proposals from others willing to help out. Please follow the link below to tell us about yourself and your skills and interests in volunteering.
- Please note: Depending on the level of effort involved, some volunteers are provided assistance in attending the Convention, with access to daily events, Convention registration or rooming. The SPAH Convention team will work with you to explore and confirm any details starting in the first quarter of 2023.
I would like to Volunteer at the 2023 SPAH Convention
- Attend the President’s Breakfast. This year, SPAH will host the annual President’s Breakfast on Saturday, August 19th at 8:00 a.m. in the Alpine 1 room on the ground floor of the Convention Hotel.
- We’re inviting a single leading representative from each Harmonica Club, Blues Club, or similar organization, as well as from each sponsor and each SPAH vendor. This gathering is to further cooperation, information exchange, collaboration, and networking with our partners as we look to the future of the harmonica and of SPAH. SPAH is also looking for organizations that would be interested in hosting future conventions in their city.
Print or Download the President’s Breakfast form
SPAH: Celebrating 60 years of harmonicas, music and friends