Volunteers needed for TD Bank Pops by the Sea in August in Hyannis

Job descriptions and application online; dates for training sessions set

Volunteers are needed to help at the 25th Anniversary TD Bank Pops by the Sea concert on Sunday, August 1, 2010 on the Hyannis Village Green.  Volunteers are needed to help set up before the concert, monitor parking lots, collect and sell tickets, lead group tours, and much more.

Complete job descriptions and registration instructions can be found online at www.artsfoundation.org or by calling the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod at 508-362-0066.  All Pops volunteers who go through the required training prior to the event and who complete their volunteer shifts will receive two free lawn tickets to the concert and a commemorative t-shirt on the day of the event.

Training session dates for all Pops by the Sea 2010 volunteers have now been scheduled. Please plan to attend one of the following volunteer training sessions on the Hyannis Village Green:

  • Thursday, July 8 at 5:30 pm
  • Saturday, July 10 at 10:30 am
  • Tuesday, July 13 at 5:30 pm
  • Tuesday, July 20 at 5:30 pm

Volunteers should arrive 30 minutes before the session begins to ensure a smooth sign-in and registration process.  Each session takes about one hour and each volunteer will receive their specific job assignments and important information about parking, volunteer benefits and more!  All new and returning volunteers must attend one of these information sessions.

The TD Bank Pops by the Sea concert is the only Cape Cod appearance of the Boston Pops Orchestra with conductor Keith Lockhart, with a special guest conductor to be announced.  For more information about the 25th Anniversary TD Bank Pops by the Sea concert, please visit www.artsfoundation.org or call the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod at 508-362-0066.

Courtesy of the Arts Foundation fo Cape Cod.

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