Volunteer with the Fall Festival

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Volunteer with the Barracks Row Fall Festival!

Barracks Row Main Street can't put on this event without the help of the community! Tackle a bigger role and build your resume or show your civic pride with a smaller project beforehand or a shift the day of the event.

We also have positions open for Zone Leaders on the day of the event, Sept. 27. If you can work all day from 9 am until 5 pm that is ideal; if not we will change Zone Leader shifts at 1:30.

Kid’s Zone: Working with the Kid’s Zone Director during the event to check in volunteers who work 2 hour shifts at various different Kid’s areas (face painting; crafts; petting zoo, etc.). Keeping the volunteer coverage balanced at each part of the Kid’s Zone as needs arise.

Stage Zone: stay at the stage with the stage tech/sound engineer to make sure the acts are checking in on time and are leaving on time. This zone leader works very closely with the Master of Ceremonies who is on stage during the event, announcing acts and keeping things going.

Chef’s Cook Off Zone: The Military Chef’s Alliance hosts Iron Chef style cook off during Fall Festival to determine the top chef in the US Military. 5 teams compete in 3 flights. The first flight begins at 7:00 am. Flight winners go to a lightening round at 2:30 and by 4:45 the judges choose the final winner. All sorts of issues can arise … this zone needs cool zone leaders who can roll with the different problems that pop up and solve them on the spot.

Positions are also open for Day of Event Volunteers - all zones /areas for 2 hour shifts from 8:00am -5:00pm

So come out and help Barracks Row Main Street with this wonderful event! Email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for more information on becoming a volunteer. And bring a friend!

District of Columbia Main Streets DC Department of Small and Local Business Development

Barracks Row Main Street is a designated DC Main Streets commercial district.  Barracks Row Main Street is funded in part by the Department of Small and Local Business Development.