The Day of the Accordion
Saturday, February 25, 2017
Crossroads Bellevue Food Court
15600 NE 8th, Bellevue, WA
Public is welcome
Performances on the Market Stage - Great accordion entertainment for your listening and dancing pleasure
Rising Star Stage
FREE Accordion Lessons
Hosts: Dicky Myking and Cooksie Kramer
Gary Blair has started a fund raiser to raise funds to purchase an accordion for Roman, a blind boy from Siberia
Click here for more information
Music in Winter Issue
Jolly Accordion Man Polka
Composed and arranged by
Also news from events throughout the Northwest, with PICTURES!!
now! We feature original music in each issue!
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5102 NE 121st Ave. Unit 12
Vancouver, WA 98682
Please send ALL News and Membership related correspondence to the the above address.
News about Accordion Clubs and Associations - go to our Accordion Club page!
The Leavenworth International Accordion Celebration in Leavenworth, Washington was once again a great success!
Leavenworth International Accordion Celebration
Sponsored by the Northwest Accordion Society!
MARK YOUR CALENDAR NOW FOR 2017
June 15 - 18, 2017!
NWAS says THANK YOU to our Leavenworth International Accordion Celebration Sponsors!
Volunteers make our event happen. This is an important part of the celebration. Participate in the competition, workshops, concerts, parade AND volunteer for a shift or two. A few hard working people can’t do it all! Contact Frank Bruckner or Bonnie Birch to indicate the times you’d be available to work. Frank Bruckner: email@example.com; Bonnie Birch: firstname.lastname@example.org
View the Gazebo Schedule - Contact Doris Osgood email@example.com
More information can be found on the www.accordioncelebration.org web site.
Click here for the LIAC Sponsors page!
Click Here for a list of our sponsors
You may now contribute using Visa, MasterCard,American Express, Discover, or your Bank Card. This is processed through PayPal (you do not have to have a PayPal account to do this). Minimum donation of $10 via PayPal.
Business and club donations via PayPal - please email your business name, contact name, address, website address, phone number, etc. to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Northwest Accordion Society News
NWAS News is published quarterly
by the Northwest Accordion Society to unite membership by providing
news and articles that instruct, encourage, and promote the playing
of the accordion.
Northwest Accordion Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to
the promotion of the accordion.
The Northwest Accordion
News is a quarterly newsletter published by the Northwest Accordion
Society for and by its members. The purpose of the NWAS News is to unite
the membership by providing news of its members, and articles that instruct,
encourage, and promote the playing of the accordion.
You will find:
- Technical Articles
- Original Compositions
- Articles about various musicians and musicl events
- Regular articles - Entertainment in the Northwest, By the Way, Accordion Events Calendar
NWAS PUBLICATION PRIORITIES
* Coming Events
* Reviews of Current Events
* Personal Information
* Original Compositions
* Educational/Technical Information
Articles (printed in the ORDER in which they are RECEIVED)
When sending newspaper
articles, you must include written permission from the publisher for
us to reprint as well as a glossy copy of any photographs submitted.
We prefer that
the articles sent via email or disk be in MS Word or plain text format.
If it is a typed, paper copy, please be sure the type is DARK so it
will scan into our computer with few errors.
If you wish photos
returned, you must send SASE of correct size and adequate postage.
Send articles to:
NWAS, 5102 NE 121st Ave. Unit 12, Vancouver, WA 98682 or email to email@example.com
FAX (360) 254-5245
The views expressed by the contributors to this publication are not
necessarily those of the North-west Accordion Society or its advertisers