Although WaterFire Sharon may only be a seasonal production, it is built on volunteerism. To make it happen, we need volunteers year-round to assist in all aspects of event production and special projects.
At any one WaterFire lighting, up to 150 volunteers are needed! Representing “everyman”, the traditional Greek Chorus and our communal spirit, WaterFire volunteers dressed in all black create an unobtrusive and ceremonial communal presence, and partake in creating WaterFire at nightfall.
In the off-season, volunteers help with boat building and repairs, mechanical tasks, fundraising, preparations for the next season and the occasional special project. A diversity of talents is needed to make WaterFire Sharon a reality.
We would love for you to join us and discover just how much excitement and fun there is in producing such a unique and exciting event!
For more information on how you can play a role at WaterFire Sharon, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or join our email list.