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Volunteers needed for Mult. County Bike Fair

Posted by on June 24th, 2008 at 1:19 pm

Mult. County Bike Fair!

MCBF 2006.
(Photo © J. Maus)

This just in from Multnomah County Bike Fair (MCBF) headquarters:

If y’all love biking and hanging out in the park with great music, games, & free beer, try volunteering at the Multnomah County Bike Fair this Saturday!

The Multnomah County Bike Fair is Portland’s annual festival of debauchery & bike fun. Here’s coverage of last year’s fair to give you an idea.

Come! See the sprockettes & other bike troupes in person! Bike Jousting! Bike Games! Acting Crazy!

MCBF will be a guaranteed blast for the volunteers- better yet, you get free beer. This is one of the few events at which you can drink and volunteer simultaneously (except for beer pourers & ID checkers…) If you’ve been before, you know the MCBF requires a tremendous amount of volunteers to keep it rocking all day long.

PLEASE RESPOND TO Lily via email, anomalily [AT] gmail [DOT] com, with your
– Phone number
– Preferred shift (see below)
– Preferred position

I’ll be in touch with more info later this week, but please let me
know if you have any questions. Thanks!

SHIFTS STILL OPEN

3:30-6:00
Be in the heart of the action. You’ll be helping with t-shirt
sales, beer garden, ID checkings, music stage (keeping those musicians in line), smoothie booth and security.

5:30-8:00
Be in the heart of the action. ID checkin’, music stage, beer serving, tshirt sales.
Volunteers at this time will also be helping with packing up, t-shirt sales, beer garden,
music stage (keeping those musicians in line), smoothie booth and
more.

If you’re unavailable at those times but still want to help, there’s room for floating volunteers from 130PM to 4PM and help with clean-up from 7PM to 9PM.

I’d love it if you could help! Thanks!

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