Frontier Homestead State Park Museum

Volunteer

We need you! Individuals, couples, and families with children of all ages, as well as service groups and clubs are needed for worthwhile and fun projects. Whether you can spend a few minutes, hours, days, or months, a volunteer assignment can be tailored to meet your interests.

Current Host Needs:

Hosts: 1-2 Museum Hosts/2 Available
Months Needed: March – December

Adopt a Park:

  • Available

Service:

  • Story Time – Volunteer reads selected story to children and helps with activity.
  • Outdoor Maintenance – Removing weeds, clean and maintain outdoor park exhibits.
  • Wagon Overhauls – Detailing each wagon, including greasing the axles and treating the wood and leather.
  • School House – Volunteer teacher would teach Deseret Alphabet talk about School teachers and classroom differences.
  • Carpentry Shop – Volunteer would demonstrate historic woodworking tools, and give hands on opportunities to visitors.
  • Old Iron Town Improvements – Includes weed removal, trail maintenance, and brush disposal
  • Pioneer Garden – Volunteer would talk about frontier gardening and crops.
  • Living History Demonstrator – Volunteer would interact with visitors, providing demonstrations of traditional skills and crafts.
  • Special Events – Volunteers are needed to assist with major special events such as Sheep to Shawl, Archaeology Day, the Livestock Festival, Iron Mission Days, and Christmas at the Homestead.
  • School Groups – Volunteers help conduct pioneer activities with school groups at the school or at the Museum. There are a wide variety of activities that are easy to learn and teach others.

Send volunteer inquiries to: frontierhomestead@utah.gov

FHSP volunteer 1      FHSP volunteer 2

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