Selling Hayride, Hootenanny and Wine Fair tickets at any of the admission booths placed throughout the Festival.
Selling T-Shirts & Posters at any of the admission booths placed throughout the Festival.
Saturday morning beginning at 9 a.m. at Wagner’s Farm. Purpose is to keep the parade moving, and animals and owners confined to the middle of the street. After the parade participation in other areas is needed.
Conductors/Assistants ride on the haywagons behind the tractors and assist with exiting and entering the wagons.
These jobs are most important as they also inform haywagon riders of what is available at each stop, and assist
them in finding locations they are looking for.
Conductors/Assistants should wear sun protective clothing and/or hats as you will travel throughout the Village during the day. Water will be provided.
Please note: Sometimes assistants are required to help load/unload baby buggies for people, so some lifting may be necessary.
Wagon Masters man each tractor stop and also assist people on and off the wagons, as well as answering questions.
Kids events are at the Corrales Elementary School and will be advised by the event coordinator as to where help is needed.
Volunteers working the Food Court seated area keep the area clean and trash picked up and properly deposited.
The Harvest Festival Hootenanny occurs the evening of the Sept 30th in the large tent on the soccer field at the Corrales Recreation Center.
Jobs are varied and mostly involve keeping watch for safety and keeping the area clean.
Hootenanny Volunteer hours are from 6pm to 10pm on Saturday.