Volunteer — “Tale of the Disappearing Forest” Haunted Hike — A call for actors and event helpers!

Saturday, October 20th – all day! 

Priest Point Park (East Bay Drive, Olympia)

Event starts at 3:00 p.m.  First hike starts at 3:30 p.m.

Volunteer Shifts (more or less; come when your schedule allows)

  • Noon to 3:00 PM:  Set up forest trail for hike, putting out decorations and props for various scenes in the story.  Help with costumes and make-up.
  • 3:00 to 5:30 PM:  During the event, greet participants; assist at sign-in table or “Water World” area while participants are waiting to go on the hike, provide support along the hike route, plus other things as they come up.
  • 3:30 to 6:30 PM:  Be an Actor in the hike!
  • 5:30 to 8:00 PM:  Clean – up:  After the last group goes through the hike at 5:30, begin taking down decorations and props.  At 6 PM start taking down Water World.

Great for high school students to get service learning hours!  Great for families and friends to do something fun together!  Children can also help out. Lots of people are needed to help make this event a success!  We’d love 20 amazing volunteers.

Contact Patricia Pyle at (360) 570-5841 or by email at ppyle@ci.olympia.wa.us for more details and to sign up.   

 

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