Interested in meeting new people and promoting arts and culture?


ShoreLake Arts needs volunteers!

If you enjoy the arts and want to make a difference in your community, we'd love to have you join us. We have a variety of volunteering options available - from helping set-up and staff our events to working in the office and helping remotely.


Many roles don't require any previous experience - just interest and enthusiasm. Full training and support is given.


You will enjoy working in a great team who take pride in learning and developing themselves and the creative talent in our community.

NEW: Due to ongoing concerns regarding COVID-19 transmission, we have made the important decision to require proof of vaccination to attend all in person events and to volunteer in-person at the ShoreLake Arts offices or education programs. We're working to mitigate the risk of spreading COVID-19 in our community -- and to provide the safest environment possible. Masks must also be worn.


Spring and Summer

Student Arts Leaders

The Student Arts Leadership Program is a great opportunity for high school students and young adults who enjoy making art and working with kids to earn between 20 and 140 service hours!


Jonathan Booker

Accountant Records


Tech, Design and Office

Love to do data entry? Are you good at databases and reporting? Have an organizational itch and want to tackle our storage room?  Want to design graphics, posters and update our website? We have lots of opportunities from office work, auction procurement to web design. and more. 


Quinn Elliott

Girl Working in a Cafe


Translation Services

We are seeking volunteers who can help make ShoreLake Arts programs accessible to non-English speaking people. Can you translate flyers, website copy, or forms into other languages? Please let us know!


Jonathan Booker



Event Volunteering

We have outside events running all summer long. Help us bring music to the community with Concerts in the Park and our Battle of the Bands events. We need help setting up and tearing down tents, running snack booths, greeting people, taking tickets, selling merchandise and more. This is perfect for adults and high school kids needing volunteer hours. 

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Teresa Pape

Volunteer Questions?

Email Teresa Pape at