Tucson Celtic Festival Association in need of volunteers - Tucson News Now

Tucson Celtic Festival Association in need of volunteers

(Source: Tucson Celtic Festival Association) (Source: Tucson Celtic Festival Association)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Looking for a volunteer opportunity?  The Tucson Celtic Festival Association might just have your chance, they are in need of volunteers for the upcoming 30th annual Tucson Celtic Festival and Scottish Highland Games in November. 

The festival runs Nov. 4 - 6 at Rillito Raceway Park (4502 N. First Ave.)

A volunteer based organization, TCFA relies on its community volunteers to help pull this annual event off.  Volunteers who work the festival work for a minimum of four hours, and they will receive free admission to one day of the festival, as well as a t-shirt. 

Volunteers are needed for the following, and much more: 

  • Set up and tear down, before and after the event, starting Thursday, Nov. 3 and ending Monday, Nov. 7.  
  • Dance stage assembly
  • Setting up tables and charis
  • Organizing festival booths, supplies, and much more. 
  • Assisting at the will call or information booths
  • Helping with the Youth Highland Games
  • Checking IDs (training is required for this and volunteers must be 21 and over)
  • Dance and piping competition areas 

Interested in volunteering?  Log on to the TucsonCelticFestival.org/volunteers for details and to fill out the application. 

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