4 December 2016

Be A Volunteer

Are you interested in volunteering at our festival?   We would love to have you!  This year more than ever, we are going to need a large army of dedicated folks, because we have decided to try to operate the newly-named "Bill's Place" Beverage Gardens ourselves instead of farming the tasks out to a third-party.

As a point of clarification, volunteers still have to purchase tickets to the festival. Unfortunately we just cannot provide free tickets for 60+ people. But this being said, remember that we do our best to recognize you for your time and effort spent as an on-site volunteer.

Folks that pre-register for a minimum four-hour commitment will receive:

  1. Complimentary CBTH flashlight
  2. $10 food voucher for Bordertown BBQ (on-site food vendor)
  3. Access to our volunteer hospitality area

Folks that volunteer up to three hours or less will receive:

  1. Complimentary CBTH flashlight
  2. Our 'world famous' CBTH handshake!
  3. Access to our volunteer hospitality area

Our Volunteer Coordinator (who is also a volunteer!) is Theresa Landry.  She would love to hear from, and get you pre-registered.

Please Contact Theresa

Email: riverdale2@yahoo.ca
Facebook: Come By The Hills
Phone: 780-842-3504
Mailing Address: 6007-52 Avenue, Vermilion, Alberta  T9X 1X3

Our Needs - Our Schedule

Come out and help us set up for the weekend. The work on this day is mainly physical in nature as it involves setting up tents and preparing the site. The bonus of working Thursday is that lunch and supper is provided. After a good night's sleep, breakfast will also be provided between 8 and 9 AM Friday morning.

Friday and Saturday
Shifts are available for volunteers who will work the gate, either admitting guests or assisting them with camping sites. We also need volunteers to be the environment crew, to take photos, to work at 'Bill's Place,' to prepare and oversee the fire for the evening music jam, and to be the stage crew. Also needed are a couple spare volunteers for last minute fill-ins.

This is cleanup day. Sad as it is, all good things come to an end. Help needed includes folding up tables and tents and packing things up for next year. It is a great time to hang out with your festival friends and discuss with them what you enjoyed most about the weekend.