Kirkland Oktoberfest - Oktoberfest with a Northwest twist
Friday Sept. 27 (4-11pm), Saturday Sept. 28 (11am-11pm), Sunday, Sept. 29 (11am-6pm)
@ Kirkland’s Marina Park and the downtown waterfront
Most shifts are just 4 hours long, so volunteers will have plenty of time to enjoy the festival. Shifts available include Street Team, Production, Kids Activities and Events, Entrance Gate*, Beer Pouring*, Beer Trainer*, Food Booth*, Merchandise*, and Floater*. Volunteers must be 21 or older to work shifts marked with an asterisk. Volunteers will also receive a Kirkland Oktoberfest Volunteer T-shirt and (for those 21 and older) a General Admission ticket to the Biergarten.
Volunteers are asked to sign up on the Kirkland Oktoberfest website, by going to the oktoberfestkirkland.com under the “Get Involved” tab and clicking on “Volunteer.”
Kirkland Oktoberfest is produced by the Kirkland Events Foundation and is supported in part by the City of Kirkland. This event helps fund the Det. Lef Schrempf Foundation, the Kirkland Chamber of Commerce, and local community events.
Eastside’s Month of Concern for the Hungry Food Drive
Saturday, September 28
Volunteers are needed for afternoon shifts at QFC Inglemoor, PCC, Red Apple and Fred Meyer.
At select grocery store entrances, encourage shoppers to purchase and donate select foods that will be distributed to Kirkland and Eastside neighbors in need
To sign up for a volunteer shift: www.kirklandwa.gov/kirklandfightshunger . Please direct questions to Kari Page,firstname.lastname@example.org
This event is a partnership of the City of Kirkland and Hopelink.
Bike/Pedestrian Documentation Counting Assistant
Tuesday, Oct 1, Wednesday, Oct 2 and/or Thursday Oct 3
Choice of two volunteer shifts: 7-9:00 AM and 4-6:00 PM
Count bicycles and pedestrians at locations around Kirkland. From the safety and comfort of your vehicle, count and record number of bicyclists and pedestrians passing a particular pre-determined location. Multiple locations/sites available.
For more information and to sign up to volunteer for this event, please contact Jeff Aken, Cascade Bicycle Club:email@example.com
The City of Kirkland partners with the Cascade Bicycle Club and the Washington State Department of Transportation for this event.
Community Planning Day
Saturday, October 19
4-hour volunteer shifts: between 9:00 am and 3:00 pm
At the Peter Kirk Community / Senior Center (352 Kirkland Avenue, 98033)
Help with event set-up and delivery. This is another in a series of City of Kirkland community events designed to inform residents on the Kirkland 2035 Long-range Plan and to gather resident feedback. There are a number of interactive and learning opportunities.
Volunteers will help with set-up, as event greeters, assist staff with activities.
For more information and to sign up as an event volunteer, please contact Patrick Tefft: firstname.lastname@example.org, 425-587-3012. Volunteers are required to sign a One-time Event Volunteer Service Agreement if not an ongoing City of Kirkland volunteer.
This is a City of Kirkland event.
Pee Wee Monster Bash Preschool Carnival
Friday, October 25
One volunteer shift: 9:40 am to 12:15 pm (just past Noon)
At North Kirkland Community Center (12421 103rd Avenue NE 98034)
Help staff run one of the many fun preschool carnival activity booths. Minimum age 18. Ages 14-17 may volunteer along with a supervising parent or guardian. Volunteers are required to sign a One-time Event Volunteer Service Agreement if not an ongoing City of Kirkland volunteer.
For more information and to sign up as an event volunteer, please contact Tracy Harrison: email@example.com , 425-587-3352.
This is a City of Kirkland event.