WANNA EARN A FREE TICKET AND PARKING TO THE BITTERROOT CELTIC GAMES & GATHERING?
We have many jobs to tackle when putting on the Bitterroot Celtic Games & Gathering. From pouring beer, selling and taking tickets, and selling merchandise, to setting up fences, directing parking, and making runs to our storage! If you would like to help out, please fill out the form below and we'll be in touch. For your shift worked, in return you will receive a ticket for the day you volunteer and also a parking pass.
When filling out the form, please make note if you have volunteered in the past or whom you have worked with, what position(s) you prefer (check out the list below), or if you are open to anything (thank you!).
Bitterroot Celtic Games & Gathering volunteer needs include:
Contact us about volunteer opportunities by submitting the form below:
The Bitterroot Celtic Society is a 100% volunteer-run non-profit organization. We rely on volunteers to help us plan, organize, and run the annual Bitterroot Celtic Games & Gathering and other events throughout the year. We would love to have you join us in our efforts, whether for one or more specific events or throughout the year as part of our core group of organizers. There are plenty of opportunities to help!
Please join us! The Bitterroot Celtic Society meets year-round to plan for upcoming events. We meet at 6 pm on the 3rd Thursday of every month, at the Daly Leach Community Center, located at 1010 West Main Street, Hamilton MT. The public and new volunteers are always welcome to attend!
Bitterroot Celtic Games & Gathering
PO Box 1774 Hamilton MT 59840 US
A 501(c)(3) non-profit # 46-5321460
The Bitterroot Celtic Society operates the Gyro Booth each year at the Ravalli County Fair. It is our most important fundraiser of the year and helps make the Bitterroot Celtic Games & Gathering and other events possible. There are lots of shifts to fill each day, with a need for setup, food prep, cashier, grill cook, and gyro-making to cleanup and teardown. For working a 4-hour shift, you'll be rewarded with free Fair admission that day, free food, and the satisfaction of supporting the works of the Bitterroot Celtic Society! Please call us at 406-274-8886 or submit the form below for more information or to volunteer. Thanks!
Every January we celebrate the life and works of the great Scottish poet Robert Burns. The festive evening features music, dancing, singing, poetry, drinks, and dinner - and of course, haggis. We can always use volunteers to help keep the evening running smoothly - or to add their poetic or musical participation to the festivities!