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Period Re-enactors relive the year 1901 by participating in period interpretation both in costume and narrative matters. All participants are obligated by the rules, regulations and period-dress code of the maritime Living History committee.
When a re-enactor is unable to make the allotted performance date, a 24-hour advanced notice is requested by the Living History Coordinator so other arrangements can be made for your absence.
Time Commitment: Our Living History re-enactors meet from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM at historic Hyde Street Pier at the far west-end of Fisherman's Wharf.
This position advertisement is open only to US Residents & the Territories thereof.
Usually, performances are on the second Saturday of each month. The exception being, October's performance is on the 3rd Saturday due to the city's aerial Fleet Week. January is "Make & Mend" month while the month of February is scheduled for the member's annual training and refresher session.
The first hour is primarily for the morning meeting discussing the day's planned agenda.
If re-enacting an exciting part of San Francisco's rich maritime history is of interest to you, then this may be a perfect fit for you.
Thank you for considering this invitation to join our incredible Family of Maritime Volunteers serving in "America's Only Floating National Park" helping to preserve both San Francisco & America's west-coast fascinating maritime heritage.
We look forward to welcome you aboard!
(As an invitation to potential new members, the 2017 Living History Orientation & Training Seminar is scheduled for Saturday - February 11, 2017 from 9:30 AM to 4:00 PM. A hosted lunch will be provided to all participants. RSVPs to join are mandatory. To join or inquire by phone please call 1 (415) 561-7160).
HOUSING & AMENITIES Description: Our Apologies, City Housing is Extremely Expensive and Park Housing IS NOT OFFERED