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A Festival of wine, food, and fun

Volunteer

  • Vintage Indiana requires background checks of all volunteers. Vintage Indiana is an extension activity of Purdue University. All volunteers are subject to a check of the Dru Sjodin National Sex Offender Public Website, the Indiana Sex and Violent Offender Registry, and/or any other national or state registry that may become available. Anyone appearing on one or more registries is prohibited from providing volunteer services to Purdue University.

All Information is Required and Must Be Correct - If it is not correct or we cannot contact you via phone or email you will not be included as a volunteer.

Station Descriptions

Restaurant Booths

Many top rated restaurants exhibit at Vintage Indiana. Volunteers will assist the restaurants by being available for whatever they need.


Entrance/Exit Gates

Volunteers in the entrance tent area will assist with checking ID's and handing out festival information.


Food and Wine Experience Tent

Four food and wine seminars take place throughout the day. Chefs and winemakers create food and wine pairings for the audience. Volunteers will assist the chefs and winemakers with food samples and wine pouring as needed. You must be 21 to volunteer in this area.


Designated Driver Booth (Beverage Station)

There are 2 beverage booths on the festival site. Designated drivers receive free soda throughout the day. The beverage stations also sell soda and water to the festival attendees. Volunteers will assist with beverage sales.


Vintage Indiana Shop

Festival accessories are available at the Vintage Indiana Shop. Items include various t-shirts and wine accessories. Volunteers will assist with retail sales in the booth.


Volunteer Tent

The volunteer tent is home base for all festival workers. Volunteers in this area will check-in volunteers, answer questions, distribute information and help ensure the festival volunteer areas are running smoothly throughout the day.


Wine Organization

The wine organization area has three components. There are multiple wine tents on site, each containing 2 to 4 Indiana wineries. Some of the volunteers will be located inside the wine tents to assist the wineries with wine orders and general organization. Near the back of the park is a refrigerated semi used for chilling the wine. Volunteers assigned here will assist with wine organization. Lastly, there is a wine pick-up tent near the side exit where customers wine is delivered for later pick-up. These volunteers will assist with organizing the wines and distributing them to customers. You must be 21 to volunteer in this area. Lifting is required.