Austin Earth Day 2014

Friday, April 25th to Saturday, April 26th, 2014

About

Positions0 Remaining
ApprovalOrganizer will approve registrants
RegistrationRegistration Closed
Registration ClosesAny time before each shift starts or when space runs out.
Age Limit16 and up
Description
Join us at the “Historic Browning Hangar” at Mueller on Saturday, April 26th, 2014, noon-6pm. The festival highlights our diversity of Austin culture with a huge variety of music and entertainment, along with speakers, demonstrations, exhibitors, entertainment for kids, food trailers and more.

Austin Earth Day Festival 2014 is produced in partnership with Mueller Austin, “Austin’s sustainable mixed-use urban village”, and many partners representing the Austin area environmental community. Working with partners Balcones Resources and Compost Pedallers, this will be a Zero Waste event that will divert a minimum of 90% of discards through recycling and composting. Also, Community Partners, Aquasana, Inc. will provide superior filtered water, so make sure to BYOB…(Bottles, that is!)

The Earth Day Austin festival is sponsored this year by: HEB, Balcones Resources, City of Austin Office of Sustainability, Austin Energy’s Green Choice, City of Austin Code Compliance, Save Barton Creek Association, Austin Water, Project Connect, Mueller and more, along with media sponsors, Austin American Statesman, Austin Chronicle, KUT and TWC News.

Some Festival Highlights--
• ENTERTAINMENT - Flamencura Flamenco, Interactive African Drumming w/X8, BollywoodFusion, La Snacks, EarthCulture Dancer, Daniel Llanes and close out performance by Riders Against the Storm, voted Austin Chronicle’s “Band of the Year” and “Best Hip-Hop” for 2014
• SPEAKERS - Pliny Fisk III, Co-Director, Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems, Dave Cortez, Austin Sierra Club, Kathie Tovo and Laura Morrison, Council Members, City of Austin, Archbishop Sterling Lands, II, Pastor of Greater Calvary Bible Church, Bob Gedert, Director of Austin Resource Recovery at City of Austin and many more!
• PRESENTATIONS - Professor Dumpster, Huston-Tillotson’s new
environmental student group, “Green is the New Black”, Austin Green
Business Leaders panel, Austin Zero Waste Alliance and more!• PLUS – Over 75 exhibitors, Kids activities, Food trailers and more!

Event Details--
Austin Earth Day Festival 2014
Saturday, April 26th, noon-6:00pm
The “Historic Browning Hangar” at Mueller
4550 Mueller Central Dr., Austin, TX 78723
www.EarthDayAustin.com
@EarthDayAustin / #EarthDayATX
Requirement Details
Must be able to lift 20-50 pounds
Must be able to follow directions accurately
Must have positive attitude
Must have willingness to pitch in on different jobs, if needed
PerksFree Austin Earth Day 2014 T-shirt!
Get your workout in for the day!
Sweat for the Earth!
Parking DetailsYou can use the Mueller Parking Garage on site or park in one of the adjacent fields.
CausesGeneral Advocacy Animals Children & Youth Community General Education Environment Politics
GivePulse
24 Positions Filled | 6 Impacts | 35 Hours

Location: 4550 Mueller Central Dr., Austin, TX 78723

Shifts (6)

1 - 1 of 1 Shifts
ShiftStart TimeEnd TimeDescriptionPositions
 
Stage and Tent Set up4:00pm (CT)7:00pm (CT)We need volunteers to help set up 3 stages and tents at the event grounds.3/3Over

1 - 5 of 5 Shifts
ShiftStart TimeEnd TimeDescriptionPositions
 
Event Day Set Up!!8:30am (CT)12:00pm (CT) We will need volunteers to escort vendors/exhibitors to their booth spaces and do general errands....4/6Over
Event Parking Monitors (morning shift)11:30am (CT)2:00pm (CT) We will need volunteers to direct traffic in the parking lots and help people park...4/5Over
Event Parking Monitor (afternoon shift)2:00pm (CT)4:30pm (CT) We will need volunteers to relieve the morning shift and make sure those vehicle spaces...5/5Over
Event Parking Monitor (evening shift)4:00pm (CT)6:30pm (CT) We will need volunteers to relieve our afternoon shift volunteers and stay to clean up...1/4Over
Event Break Down and Cleanup6:00pm (CT)9:00pm (CT) We will need volunteers to take down chairs, tables, tents, stages, barricades, etc. and to...6/8Over