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The heartbeat of an event like the Native Rhythms Festival is possible because of the activities of the many volunteers who are needed to make it all happen in a smooth and organized manner.

To distribute the load among our volunteers, time will be scheduled in discrete blocks of time each day. Volunteers will be needed for specific tasks, such as manning the "official" tent, handling merchandise sales, or supporting vendors when they need something (or to take a break), and for general support as the events of the day demand. In most cases no special skills are required. In addition to the three days of the event (Friday Nov. 8 thru Sunday Nov. 10), additional help will be appreciated on Thursday (Nov 7) during the venue setup

We have some vendors who travel considerable distances alone to set up and operate their booths at Native Rhythms. Help in setting up tents, tables, setting out merchandise, etc. on Thursday and then tearing it all down and packing it up on Sunday is especially appreciated. If this is an area in which you are especially interested, include that in your e-mail to our acting volunteer coordinator, Claire Ellis.

If you are local to Brevard County or plan to visit us for this event and would like to volunteer some of your time to help make this event a success, send an e-mail message to Claire as well.

To volunteer at this year's Native Rhythms Festival, please send an e-mail message to Claire Ellis at claire@turtlemoundflutes.com. Please include the following information:


Phone number (cell preferred):

e-mail address:

Days/times you are available to volunteer (or are definitely not available):

Preferred volunteer activities (if any):

Other comments regarding your volunteer status:

Thank you for your support. We look forward to seeing you in Melbourne in November...

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