Call for Volunteers | Feast on the Street

March 18th, 2013

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Calling all Volunteers!

Feast on the Street,  Sat., April 13

WHAT
Feast on the Street…a strolling celebration for the eyes and palate!  A community dinner party in the new urban harvest tradition.  Linking guests through a half-mile long dining table, a promenade of artist-driven street entertainment, demonstrations of sustainability, and a shared joy of exploring the heart of downtown Phoenix through locally sourced food and music.

*This is a FREE public event.

An ambling rediscovery of something natural and unique to each person… long forgotten in the urban landscape.

WHO
Initiated by ASU Art Museum and the Desert Initiative, Roosevelt Row CDC and agriculturally inspired artists – London’s Clare Patey and Phoenix’s Matt Moore

NEED
Calling all Volunteers!  Be part of this historic first-ever event.

Register at www.feastonthestreet.org/volunteer/

VOLUNTEER
Sign up & receive a T-shirt, plus discounts/offers at select food trucks

POSITIONS [& shifts]
Set-up (set-up tables, chairs, lights, décor…) 8am-noon; noon-3pm
Beverages (oversee water stations, sell drink tickets…) 1:30-5:300m; 5-9pm
Clean Team (roam event, disposing of trash, etc.) 2-6pm; 5:30-9:30pm
Guest services (distribute information to guests) 1:30-5:30pm; 5-9pm
Parking Attendant (direct guests to parking areas) 1-4:30pm; 4-7:30pm
Rover (offer assistance as needed) 1:30-5:30pm; 5-9pm
Breakdown (dissemble tables, chairs, lights, décor, etc.) 6-9pm; 8:30-10:30pm

*Please note: tasks can change. Event planners will work with you to determine best options based on volunteer preferences and positions available.

WHEN
Saturday, April 13, 2013

WHERE
Downtown Phoenix – First Street spanning a half-mile from Taylor Street (north of Van Buren ) to Moreland Street (south of I-10) 

EVENT TIME
2pm – 9pm

SUPPORT
Supported in part by ASU Art Museum, ArtPlace, National Endowment for the Arts, Roosevelt Row CDC and The Steele Foundation