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Reminder from the Ozark Blues Society Board
 

Additional Positions Available
 
The board of Ozark Blues Society is growing, however we are still looking for
potential applicants with skills and/or interest in the area of management.  
So here's your opportunity get involved!
 
The primary requirement is a love of blues and a desire to be a part of a
group that works to  promote blues history, blues education, and blues
performance in Northwest Arkansas. Board members are asked to attend
a minimum number of board meetings (approximately 8 per year) which
are scheduled based on group members availability. 
 
For more information you can also email Bill Baird at bbaird07@sbcglobal.net
 



 
Slideshow
2014 Blues Challenge Event

 

2014 Blues Challenge Slide Show.  Photography courtesy of Tom Mowry Photography

 

Welcome!

 

Welcome to our site! Feel free to poke around the site and see what's new as we continue to grow. We're glad you're here and urge you to consider being a part of the action, if you're not already. 

 

Feel Like Contributing?

 

We welcome your contributions, be they financial, volunteering or writing articles or blog posts for the site. Use the contact form if you'd like to write for the society, and use the Member Signup link above to join.

 

Upcoming Events
Upcoming Events

 

 

About the Ozark Blues Society of Northwest Arkansas

 
Keeping the Blues Alive in the Natural State

The Ozark Blues Society was formed in May 2001 and incorporated as the Ozark Blues Society of NW Arkansas, Inc., a non-profit organization, on 1/15/2002.  The Society was approved as a 501(c)(3) public charity on 5/6/2002.  The Ozark Blues Society is staffed entirely by dedicated volunteers. 




Mission Statement

The purpose of the Ozark Blues Society is to foster the development in the community of an appreciation of all types of blues music by promoting and producing meetings, lectures, seminars, concerts, musical productions and entertainment involving the blues; to promote public knowledge of local, national, and international blues music; and to promote historical research into blues music in order to perpetuate the memory, spirit, and music of blues artists who have not received just popular recognition. 










 

Current Ozark Blues Society News

July 3, 2015
 


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