As you know, we are going to use the future home of Deutsches Haus at 1700 Moss Street (near the corner of Esplanade Ave. and Moss St.) to raise money for the new Haus.
However, we still have several things to do at the Moss St. property before we are ready to park cars for Jazzfest.
Here are some of the items on our “To-Do” list:
Put up orange fencing
Cut numerous conduits and protrusions on the slabs
Put up the banner and other signs
Mark and stake out hazards
Trim some tree branches
Designate ‘no parking’ areas on the slabs
Pick up rocks and debris
Mark some initial parking spaces
Treat residual ant piles
Clear an interior sidewalk
Install a 2×4 step down from the 3rd District slab
Secure the fence perimeter and prop the cemetery fence with 2x4s
Weather permitting; I will be working on site Thursday (9am-4pm), and Friday (9am-4pm). Check the volunteer tab on our website for more details.
Also, weather permitting; our final setup will be on Wednesday. April 24th. Again, I will post this under the volunteer tab on our website.
Parking cars at our Moss Street location is a revenue-producing venture for the new Haus; HOWEVER, at the moment, it looks like we will not be able to open the gates everyday due to the lack of volunteers.
WE NEED MORE VOLUNTEERS!
The following is the number of volunteers we need for each shift:
Friday, April 26th, 1st shift – 6 needed
Friday, April 26th, 2nd shift – 12 needed
Saturday, April 27th, 1st shift – 6 needed
Saturday, April 27th, 2nd shift – 5 needed
Sunday, April 28th, 1st shift – 9 needed
Sunday, April 28th, 2nd shift – 4 needed
Thursday, May 2nd, 1st shift – 1 needed
Thursday, May 2nd, 2nd shift – 9 needed
Friday, May 3rd, 1st shift – 0 needed
Friday, May 3rd, 2nd shift – 10 needed
Saturday, May 4th, 1st shift – 4 needed
Saturday, May 4th, 2nd shift – 2 needed
Sunday, May 5th, 1st shift – 8 needed
Sunday, May 5th, 2nd shift – 3 needed
Deutsches Haus Volunteer Coordinator
Moss Street Parking Team Leader
Here is an opportunity to volunteer for the DEUTSCHES HAUS to help raise money by parking cars and pickups ($30) during Jazzfest at their future location at 1700 Moss Street.
Write to email@example.com with the days and shifts that you can help. It is important to let Deutsches Haus know if something comes up after you sign up since there will only be about 15 people working for each shift.
There will be 2 shifts each day. The first shift is from 8:30 am until 2:30pm. The second shift is from 2pm until 8pm.
Day 1 is Friday, April 26th
Day 2 is Saturday, April 27th
Day 3 is Sunday, April 28th
Day 4 is Thursday, May 2nd
Day 5 is Friday, May 3rd
Day 6 is Saturday, May 4th
Day 7 is Sunday, May 5th
Cashier – Standing job taking money as cars pull into the location
Guide – Some sitting. Directs vehicles to parking areas.
Parker – Standing and moving to various spots to be sure vehicles are properly parked
Exit monitor – sitting at the exit to prevent entry
Cook – to handle beverages and grill brats for the workers
Two people, preferably in German dress may be posted on Esplanade and Moss to wave signs advertising our parking
Food and beverages will be provided.
For more information contact Charlie Rome, Deutsches Haus Volunteer Coordinator at
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