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Bella Coola Music Festival seeking new volunteers

Bella Coola Music Festival seeking new volunteers for the 2014 season

  • Nov. 4, 2013 8:00 p.m.

The Bella Coola Music Festival is moving into its fifteenth year and is actively seeking new volunteers to join the organization.

Festival production is a year-round task involving many levels of planning, creativity, community engagement, and, oh yeah, music! There are several types of volunteer positions in areas such as promotion, catering, graphic design, fundraising, site preparation, Children’s Site, and much more.

The Festival currently enjoys a dedicated board and many volunteers whose duties range from year-round planning to festival weekend duties. If you are passionate about music, community, and are looking for a great project, please get in touch via email at bellacoolamusic@gmail.com

 

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