2014 Dallas St. Patrick’s Day Parade – Volunteer Recycling Team
Posted by youngsierrans on February 22, 2011
The annual 2014 Dallas St. Patrick’s Day Parade (on Greenville Avenue) is one of the largest St. Patrick’s Day parades in the country (~100K people, 100+ floats). This iconic Dallas event creates lots of recyclable waste AND opportunity for fun!
This will be our 7th year (!!) to help make St Patrick’s Day in Dallas even greener! We’ve collected over two tons of recyclable materials in that time and are seeking volunteers to join the 2014 Parade Recycling Team to help divert even more from the landfill!
Volunteers can collect recycling from parade viewers, stroll along with our entry to promote conservation and witness the craziness of Dallas’ St. Pat’s parade from inside the barricades. Volunteers will receive spiffy green t-shirts, and a memory of a lifetime.
Eventbrite RSVP (select the Volunteer ticket): http://goo.gl/SYkqQV
- Date: Saturday – March 15th, 2014!
- Approx. Volunteer Time: 10a-1p (3 hrs) – Rain or Shine!
- You must RSVP to receive a parade access badge. Meet in the parking lot by 10am (in front of Vickery Women’s Heath Center in strip shopping mall – 8224 Park Ln #130, 75231). Police begin closing surrounding roads by 9:30a, so please allow ample travel time.
- Use DART to avoid parking hassles (Saturday schedule) – No parking allowed in parade staging parking lot.
- Past Parade Recycling Effort: Photos or Detailed Info (which is similar to this year)
- What to do between now and then? RSVP to Volunteer on Eventbrite! Share with your friends (Facebook Page)!
More details will be provided to RSVPs as the event nears. All are welcome to participate.
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