10 Must Eat Spots In Downtown Dartmouth This Weekend

Published on
August 4, 2022


Our volunteer working hours are from 8:00am - 22:00pm. We will have four shifts, you can choose different shifts depending on your personal time. You don’t have to be in all four shifts.

The Time of Four Shift:

  • 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • 12:00 PM - 16:00 PM
  • 16:00 PM - 20:00 PM
  • 20:00 PM - 22:00 PM

Available Roles:

Media Team:

Responsible for shooting photos and video clips to catch interesting moments

Booth Support Team:

Help food vendors with their equipment setup, issues report and other

Activity Zone Team:

Help activity coordinator to process the activities successfully

Door Person:

Responsible for counting the number of tourism (at the main entrance)


Help set up and tear down the infrastructure on the site

Backup Volunteers:

Help other volunteers in the urgency time

Truck Opener:

Responsible for managing the cooler truck, recording name, time, vendor name, food type and quantity

Stage assistant:

Help stage setup and management, move audio equipment and control the mixer, etc.

What We Offer to Volunteers:

  1. Off the Eaten Path Participating Certificate (Everyone)
  2. $ 5 Carnival Food Voucher (Each Shift)
  3. Attending all 4 shifts, offer a after party dinner

Volunteer on boarding session:

Friday (May 27th) 4:00PM

Deadline for Registration:

Friday (May 27th) 4:00PM

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Great local trips! Take out or deliver local neighbour to enjoy the craft beer with board games.
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