Homeschooling conferences can be a great way for you to:
In order to make the most of your trip, you need to be organized! Let's face it, conferences can be pretty overwhelming if you go there without a plan. If you would like help planning for your next (or first) convention, check out this page. Here I'll lay out some important things you need to do in order to be ready to attend a conference and be ready to take in all of that information on homeschooling!
If you're ready to go, then check out the list below for one near you. Please note: This is not an exhaustive list. I've tried to list a variety of conferences, and since they occur at various times throughout the year, there might be links to one or two that are already over. A list like this is hard to keep accurate, so I apologize if you can't find what you are looking for.
If you see an inaccuracy, or know of a conference you would like me to add, by all means contact me and let me know! I'm happy to add any new information that will help others. To be honest, the number of independent homeschooling conferences is dwindling and are being replaced by IHM conferences. I'm not saying that one is better or worse than another, it's just an observation on my part.
If you are a part of a conference planning team and are looking for speakers, please check out my speaker page. I'd be happy to discuss speaking at your conference with you.
Many cities around the country are now affiliated with the Immaculate Heart of Mary Parent and Homeschool Conferences. You can go to their main website here and then click on the link for the city of interest. Here are the cities/states that are, so far, affiliated with IHM: