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Harvest Festival

Last date was Friday, October 27th, 2017 from 9:30am to 12:30pm


Positions0 Remaining
Age Limit16 and up
Students and their teachers will be treated to some old fashioned fun in the Garden!

The will make some traditional harvest crafts including cider making, pumpkin painting and corn husk flowers. Discovery stations teach fun facts about fruit and vegetables, honey making, and seed dispersal. Volunteers will assist staff in guiding groups of students and teachers through activities designed to educate!
Wear comfortable shoes and clothes that can get dirty.
Bug spray and sunscreen if needed.

Clothing or accessories may not display offensive, vulgar language or images,
nor promote inappropriate and/or illegal products such as alcohol, tobacco, and
illegal drugs. No shorts or skirts shorter than four (4) inches above the knee are allowed.Shirts, blouses, and dresses must completely cover the abdomen, back, and shoulders. No midriff or undergarments visible. The Garden Staff reserves the right to determine whether a volunteer's attire
and appearance are within the limits of decency, modesty, and safety.

Expectations: Volunteers are required to complete all Hold Harmless agreements before participating in the volunteer event, including parent/guardian signatures for minors. Volunteers are also expected to comply to all Memphis Botanic Garden standards and staff/representative instructions. Failure to comply may result in removal from volunteer activity and non-verification of volunteer hours.
PerksVerified Volunteer Hours
Fun and Friendly Environment
Water and Snacks Provided
Parking DetailsPlease park in the Main Lot
CausesArts & Culture Children & Youth Community Environment General Service
SkillsArtistic Help Arts and Crafts Help w/People Painting Planting and Gardening
33 Positions Filled | 31 Impacts | 99 Hours

Location: Please check-in at the main entrance. Tell front desk staff you are reporting for volunteering., 750 Cherry Road, Memphis, TN 38117

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