Tacoma Maritime Fest needs volunteers

Maritime Fest is in need of enthusiastic volunteers to help out at this year’s festival.

Maritime Fest is in need of enthusiastic volunteers to help out at this year’s festival.

Several positions are still open that we’d like to fill as soon as possible.

On Friday, July 17, starting at 12pm, festival staff will need assistance with set up, which will require some physical labor. During the festival from July 18 to 19, we will have a variety of positions available.

These include:

Manning our information booths

Helping out at activity booths

Supporting the logistics team

Monitoring our free shuttle buses and assisting guests at the bus stops

Festival tear down after we close Maritime Fest’s Saturday hours are from 10 am to 6 pm, and the Sunday hours are from 10 am to 5 pm. We will havet wo volunteer shifts per day, and tear down will occur after 5 pm on Sunday.

To sign up,  fill out a brief application at www.maritimefest.org/volunteers. If you have any questions,  contact us at maritimefesttacoma@gmail.com. For more information about the festival, please visit our website at www.maritimefest.org.

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