Fort Victoria – July 29th

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This light-hearted event registers the universal appeal of “forts” while paying tribute to Victoria’s start as Fort Victoria, a Hudson’s Bay Company outpost which was the basis for the modern City of Victoria. This is an afternoon of fun “fort building” for all ages.  Music, performances, historical stories, tours and activity stations for all ages will make this a crazy-fun way to learn more about Victoria’s past.  Location: Centennial Square (Douglas Street and Pandora Avenue). There are a variety of shifts available from between 10:00 am to 3:00 pm.

 

They are looking for volunteers for the following duties:

Greeter – Greet guests upon arrival at the event, provide information about the event, and direct people to specific areas within the venue. (10:30 am to 3:00 pm)
Activity Tent Coordinators – Greet guests at activity tents and provide assistance with seating, directions, information on the activity in the tent.  Activity tents include Story Telling, Tours, Historical Displays and Kids Crafts. (10:00 am to 3:00 pm)
Event take-down and clean up – As the event concludes, assist with clean up of venue including folding and stacking tables and chairs, removing signage and displays.(2:30 pm to 4:30 pm)

If you are interested please contact Alison Ducharme at  [email protected]

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