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Festival Volunteers

Volunteers provide invaluable support at each of our three annual festivals. Positions require the ability to communicate well and interact easily with people and the desire to work in accordance with the mission statement of Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens. Attending training and a volunteer orientation are required.

Special Events

Work at Family Fun Days on select Saturdays and Sundays, and assist with projects like origami and kamishibai (Japanese story-telling). Volunteer for our Sushi and Stroll evenings, on select summer Friday evenings, or help at our exhibit openings. These positions are available throughout the year.

Also, just for Students, we recruit high school and college students for Summer Tour Plus each summer.  Volunteers help prepare materials needed for activities for visiting student groups and work with children as they learn games and create projects. This program is offered Tuesday through Friday, beginning in June and ending in August. The shift is from 9:30am – 1:00pm. We look for students who can volunteer throughout the summer.

Click here for the online application!

Sushi & Stroll 2016

We welcome guests on the second Friday of each month, (from 5:30-8:30pm) May–September to experience and explore our Japanese gardens, cold drink in hand. Sip craft sake selections – some sweet, sparkling, creamy, or even in a can – that you might not find anywhere else in South Florida. Our available volunteer positions include: greeters, café attendants, ticket-takers, and more!

Click here for the online application!

Lantern Festival: In the Spirit of Obon

Saturday, October 15, 2016: Lantern Festival at Morikami is inspired by Obon, Japan’s traditional three-day holiday honoring ancestors and thanking them for the quality of life enjoyed by the living. Volunteer placements at Lantern Festival  include children’s activities, food and beverage ticket sales, admissions, beer sales, lantern floating, day-after clean up, and more. 

Click here for the online application!

For more information on volunteer opportunities, please contact the Volunteer Coordinator at mmvols@pbcgov.org.
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