Alligator Warrior Festival


Volunteers are the heart of the The Alligator Warrior Festival because it is staffed by people who do what they do both for the love of doing it and for the benefit of the festival visitors. If you want to volunteer, please go to the registration page of this web site to download, fill out and mail in the registration form.

Volunteer Opportunities

In the kitchen: the festival provides the main meal for the volunteers each day. Help is needed in the kitchen to prepare and serve the food and beverages as well as to keep the kitchen clean.

At the Information Table: volunteers are needed to give out event booklets to visitors and to collect donations in exchange for raffle tickets.

Security/Gate Duty: Give additional support to the park's security team during the day or during the night. Volunteers can also help man the front gate of the park after the park is closed to the public.

First responders: in the event of a health emergency, be available to provide first aid until an ambulance arrives.

Photographers/Videographers: take photos of the event and upload them to the Alligator Warrior Festival Facebook Group. Upload your videos of the festival to youtube and link to them from the Alligator Warrior Festival Facebook Group.

At the dance circle: Dress in your dance regalia and dance on Mother Earth. Flute players, coordinate with the M.C. to play your flute for the people. Drum groups, coordinate with the host drum to play your drum for the people. Tribal Storytellers, coordinate with the M.C. to share some stories and their teachings.

Demonstrators: bring your equipment and demonstrate historic and traditional skills.

Reenactors: dress up in authentic 1830's clothing and maybe even set up an 1830's campsite. 1830's portrayals welcomed are civilian men, women and children, Seminole and Creek warriors, militia, and U.S. Regulars.

Musicians: volunteer to perform early 19th Century instrumental and or vocal music for the people.

Stomp Callers: are welcome to lead social stomp dances after dark.

Logistical Volunteers: help get everyone into place, help unload firewood, help keep the grounds free from trash.

Cartridge Rollers: help roll blank black powder cartridges for the reenactors in the months and weeks leading up to the event.

Fundraisers: Help collect donations in exchange for tickets to the gun raffle or help deliver donation request paperwork to area businesses.

Board Members: Become part of the team that coordinates all of the effort by serving on the board.