Coloradans for Responsible Energy Development (CRED) is hosting a booth at the 43rd Annual Denver March Powwow in Denver, CO on March 24th, 2017.
The booth will feature information about the oil and gas industry, with a focus on educating the public on the process of hydraulic fracturing. With that said, we need people who will be able to speak intelligently and at a layman level to answer questions that come up. Volunteering at this event provides a great opportunity to engage with the community on this important energy issue!
*Note: You will be sent additional information regarding the event 48 hours prior to your shift.
Additional information on the event:
March 24-26, 2017, at the Denver Coliseum. An annual event described as an “American Indian Festival”. It’s an affordable family event for all ages–toddlers to grandparents. You will witness the pageantry and beauty of tribal dances performed by more than 1,000 American Indian Dancers inspired by time-honored songs, performed by 30+ drum groups. The dancers perform historical dances of their tribal ancestors. Watch the grand entry, described as "a magnificent array of color, motion, and sound," that begins each session. Storytellers share the legacies, legends and histories of a distinguished and proud people. While in the Storyteller's circle, learn the significance of dance and music in the lives and culture of America's indigenous people. Enjoy the works of tribal craftsmen at the arts and crafts show that features more than 180 booths. Enjoy a freshly-made fry bread or Indian taco.
4600 Humboldt St
Denver, CO 80216
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