A Midsummer Dream Volunteer Application
Thank you for your interest in volunteering for A Midsummer Dream on Merrimack on June 22, 2019! We are looking for 50 volunteers to help us prepare for the festival and to help make it happen! On June 22, we need volunteers from 9AM until midnight in shifts as short as an hour and or as long as you'd like. Please look over the following list carefully before signing up. We'll send an email within a week after you submit the form!
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Full name (as you prefer it)
Date of birth
Email address (if you prefer to be contacted ONLY by phone, please write N/A here.)
Are you signing up as a group of volunteers, or as a family group? If so, please answer the following question below. (If not, check "no" and skip to interest indication area).
Please provide more details about your group here: number of people in your group, number of children under 18 (and their ages)
Tell us how you'd like to help out. Please read descriptions BEFORE checking all that apply. Please check AT LEAST 3 tasks you are interested in and make note of them for the next section.
Set Up: Set up tables, chairs, tents, decorations, and other items before the festival. Need to be able to carry heavy items. Good activity for families with kids over 12!
Fairy and Troll House Promenade: Help people check in, set up their fairy houses in pre-designated locations, and do other tasks as needed.
Kids' Activity Critter: Set up and help run kids' crafts and activities.
Information Table: Staff the information table at the Festival, orient festival goers as to what is happening. Answer questions from vendors and performers about where to set up and who to talk to, check in volunteers, take donations.
Odd Job Critter: Be ready to do odd jobs and tasks such as moving chairs, fixing decorations, or subbing in where needed.
Pegasus: pick up items that are forgotten or left behind and bring them to festival location. Must have own vehicle.
Bucket Elf: Solicit donations and give out flower necklaces.
Town Cryer: Announce each new activity as it happens, travelling between festival venues. Encourage people to visit all festival venues. Costume encouraged!
Take Down: Take down tables, chairs, tents, decorations, and other items after festival ends, and make sure park and street area is clean. Need to be able to carry heavy items. Good activity for families with kids over 12!
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