WaterFire Volunteer Orientation — ‘Spark Night’

(2.7) Have you ever wondered about those people on the boats, gliding silently through the night, furtively stoking the flames? It could be you this season — all you need is dark clothing and a little training. There are other volunteer opportunities available for those happier on dry land. Attend a Spark Night orientation at the WaterFire Arts Center and learn all about it. More Spark Nights are planned for March 6, April 10, and May 8th. From the organizers:

Try something new this year! Spark Nights are an interactive, fun, and social way to learn more about WaterFire, and Volunteer Opportunities. You’ll hear from current WaterFire Volunteers, Barnaby Evans, and more. Join us and find something that ignites your passion!

. . . We offer opportunities for any skill set and interests whether you are more of a ‘behind the scenes’ person, enjoy socializing and talking to people, or just want to give back to the community.

Spark Night overview:

  • Welcome from WaterFire Staff
  • Brief background information
  • Presentation of volunteer opportunities
  • Q & A with staff and volunteers

You can sign up as an individual or organize your friends into a team.

Spark Night, 6pm to 8pm, Wednesday, February 7, WaterFire Arts Center, 475 Valley Street, (directions)

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