Redwood Mountain Faire

Redwood Mountain Faire

As you may know, the Redwood Mountain Faire is a music festival that
happens the first weekend in June (June 2-3 this year).

It’s purpose is to raise money for Valley Non-Profits, and of course put
on some great music.  The non-profits that contribute labor to the fair
get a proportional cut of the profits.

This year for the first time, the San Lorenzo Valley Emergency Network has
as offered to drive the three shuttle vans. The vans are to  shuttle
performers, volunteers and some of the fair goers between  parking lots in
Felton and the event.

What does  this have to do with ham radio?  We believe that being able to
coordinator the locations of the vans and requests for pickup by ham radio
will greatly improve the participants experience and give us some valuable

We need hams who have the standard,  basic class C drivers license and
feel comfortable driving a van for a  four hour shift. There will be
opportunities for breaks.

There are three shifts each day and you can volunteer for more than one.
Those that volunteer can spend the rest of the day at the fair for free,
if you volunteer  for more than one shift, you can attend for both days
for free.

If you are interested please reply to with your:
Name –
Email –
Phone –
Sat, Sunday or both –
More than one shift? –

Thanks for your help & 73,