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Volunteer for Germany this May

European Festival Has a German Table that Needs Volunteers

Germany TentThe European Festival, found at www.europeanfestival.ca has around 30 countries participating on May 30th and 31st, 2015 (Saturday/Sunday).

Each country receives one culture table that needs volunteers. So far, we have around 4 people willing to help out Saturday, but need people to help out on Sunday.

If we have two people each taking 2 hour shifts, we need 4 more for Saturday and 8 for Sunday.

If you are interested in participating, or have great ideas on how to decorate/set up the Germany Table – FIFA World Cup memorabilia? Beerstein Collections? Classic German Authors? Knowledge about the local German Community in BC? – please respond to this blog post.

You can also share this with your friends and family.

Each volunteer will receive free entry to the Festival. Gates open at 11 am on both days.

Tickets will be $10 for a weekend pass at the gate ($8 online)
Children under the age of 12 are free

$1 will be charged per activity for children at the Festival. A booklet with activity vouchers will be available at the gates.

Kecia has been representing Germany at the monthly meetings and we are grateful for all of her hard work and hope to support her at the German Table at the Festival this year.

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