Volunteers needed for Osprey Day.

Family-friendly event scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 8 needs community help.

The Osprey Village Business Association is looking for volunteers for Osprey Day.

The free event will take place Saturday, Aug. 8 from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.

The event has fun and festivities for all ages with live music, kid’s activities, community salmon dinner, vendor market, beverage garden and silent auction.

Organizers are looking for volunteers to help with serving the community dinner, set up and take down, barricades, and volunteer coordination. All ages and skill sets welcomed including high school students and youth.

Adults 19 and older are needed as barricade volunteers to keep traffic out of festival zones.

Workplaces are also encouraged to join in with teams of volunteers. Training is provided for all volunteer positions and many shift options are available between 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.

• For more information on volunteering go to @ospreyvillage.com or www.ospreyvillage.com.

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