10/15-10/16: Bay Area Discovery Museum’s Goblin Jamboree

Purpose of event: Fundraiser for the Bay Area Discovery Museum

Location of event: Bay Area Discovery Museum

Mailing address: Fort Baker, 557 McReynolds Road, Sausalito, CA 94965

Phone number: 415-339-3900

Contact person: Lisa Luna Smith Phone: 415-474-8484 or 415-203-8309 Email: goblinvolunteers@yahoo.com

Agency & Event Information: The Bay Area Discovery Museum’s unique programs feature hands-on art, science and environmental exhibitions, performances, special events, cultural festivals and ongoing educational curricula… all with a focus on fun!  More than 300,000 children, parents, and educators from throughout the Bay Area visited the museum in 2009 with one-quarter of those coming through free or subsidized admission and education programs.

This fall, the Discovery Council – the Bay Area Discovery Museum’s all-volunteer fundraising auxiliary – will hold its Annual Goblin Jamboree on October  15th and 16th.  This much-anticipated Halloween festival, now a Bay Area tradition, each year welcomes close to 5,000 people to our campus, transformed into a Spooktacular and Faboolous Halloween carnival.  Clad in costumes, children enjoy train rides, live performers, games, activities, a haunted house, pumpkin patch, petting zoo and more!  In addition to being a terrific celebration for the community, this event is a major fundraiser for the museum: all proceeds benefit the Museum’s educational programs, exhibitions and community outreach programs.

 

Web site of agency: http://www.baykidsmuseum.org

Volunteer Information

Time of volunteer shift(s): Saturday October 15,  9am-1pm & 12pm-4pm, Sunday, October 16 8am-12pm, 12pm-4pm

Number of volunteers you are requesting per shift: 100+

Number of total volunteers you are requesting for the event: 500

Volunteer Tasks: Volunteers will be asked to run the games and activities, and assist with rides and events. They may be asked to work concessions. The games and activities vary from bowling, face painting, arts & crafts, to witches school activities. There is no training required.

 

Volunteer Meeting Place: Volunteers will check in the front Courtyard of the museum.

Directions to the Bay Area Discovery Museum: The museum is located at:

557 McReynolds Rd
Sausalito, CA 94965

The Bay Area Discovery Museum is located at Fort Baker, within the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, a unit of the National Park Service

From San Francisco and the South Bay: Take 101 across the Golden Gate Bridge and take the Alexander Avenue exit just after the Vista Point. Follow signs to Fort Baker and the Bay Area Discovery Museum.

From the East Bay: Take 580 west across the Richmond/San Rafael bridge. Follow the signs to 101 south, then follow the directions from the North Bay.

From the North Bay: Take 101 south. After the Waldo Tunnel and just before the Golden Gate Bridge, take the second and last Sausalito exit and follow signs to Fort Baker and the Bay Area Discovery Museum.

Parking: Free parking is available in lots next to the Museum. Additional parking is available at the waterfront, by following the road through our main parking lot.

Additional parking can also be found by turning right when exiting the parking lot, and driving up East Road to a dirt lot on the left, or the Bay Trail parking further up the road to the right. Please be advised that there is no sidewalk along East Road

If you are interested in volunteering at the Goblin Jamboree, please contact us by October 1st, with the name and volunteer shift of each person in your group.

 

For more information please contact:

Lisa Luna Smith
goblinvolunteers@yahoo.com
415-474-8484 (Home)
415-203-8309 (Cell)

 

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