Volunteers

Many volunteers will be needed to create this show, as the information below indicates. The more volunteers, the lighter the workload for all involved. Volunteering offers guild members a chance to not only share their skills but also to learn new ones and meet members of our sister guilds. The following is a list of the available committees and a brief description of the tasks. Please feel free to e-mail any questions you may have.

Use the Volunteer Form to sign up for an assigned time and task. It is now available online. If you’d like to share a shift with friends, please put their names on the forms with your time choices. Every effort will be made to schedule groups in the time slots requested.

Thank you to all who volunteer. You will make this show a success. Volunteer forms will be available soon; in the meantime, any questions can be answered by your quilt guild show representative.

Assignment descriptions

Admissions/Registration (2-4 per shift)
Check show passes, sell and collect entry tickets.

Hostess (4-6 per shift)
Act as hostess for lecturer and collect passes for lectures. Monitor entrance for the disabled, obtain refreshments for vendors and inquire if vendors need anything.

White glove (12 per shift)
Walk among quilts and provide information to attendees as well as prevent attendees from handling quilts.

Volunteer lounge (2 per shift)
This is a meeting place for volunteers where refreshments will be available and personal belongings may be stored. Responsibilities will include keeping beverages and snacks available.

Scribes and helpers for judges (8 needed per shift Thursday only)
Display quilts and/or record comments for judges during quilt evaluation. This will take place on Thursday and/or Friday prior to the show. The location for the judging to be announced.

Setup (30 needed, Friday April 3rd evening only, times to be determined)
Friday April 3rd evening only. Assist in setting up racks and displays, hang quilts, monitor unloading area, assist vendors if help is needed during unloading process, and assist vendors in locating booth space. Relatives ands and friends are invited to help.

 Take down (30 needed, Sunday April 5th only, 4 pm to 6 pm)
Assist in taking down quilts, racks and displays, packaging and returning quilts to owners, monitor loading area, and assist vendors if help is needed.