Set Up Days Photo Gallery
Everyone is welcome on Setup Days!
Setup Days are the biggest volunteer days of the season with at least 150 volunteers needed! Bring your friends, family or co-workers to join in the fun of this two-day setup of all the Christmas Storybook Land scenes! Having coworkers volunteer as a “group” is a great way to build teams while helping the local community. Contact us to bring your team.
The day starts at 9 a.m. with the unloading of the 11 semi-trailers jam-packed with all the Storybook Land scenery. Volunteers deliver the scenery to their designated locations. After unloading the trailers, there is a short, well-deserved break for refreshments (Donuts anyone?) Then volunteers head to a section and begin unloading the barrels and creating the scenes with the help of scene pictures and a section leader.
A free spaghetti luncheon is served for all the wonderful volunteers, and then it is back to work to complete setting up scenes, putting lights on trees, adding backdrops, fencing and all the finishing touches that make Christmas Storybook Land come alive.
Sign up for the morning shift (9 a.m. to noon) or afternoon shift (12:30 p.m to 3:30 p.m.) or BOTH!
Youth from high schools, middle schools, scouts and other youth organizations are encouraged to participate. A volunteer work validation form is available for youth to receive community service hours.
Dress warmly. Coat, hat, gloves, and sturdy shoes are recommended.
Are you a business?
Having employees volunteer as a group is a great way to build teams while volunteering for the local community.
Contact us to set up your group; your group leader registers and each volunteer complete a simple paper release to participate.
It is important to be familiar with the following when helping with scene setup:
Ladder safety video:
Fire extinguisher training video:
Minors, which include any volunteers under the age of 18, require a completed Parent/Guardian Release Form.
Children under the age of 13 must have a registered adult accompany them in addition to the completed Parent/Guardian Release Form