Thank you for your interest in volunteering at the Lone Tree Arts Center!
Special Events volunteers help with events throughout Lone Tree that foster a spirit of community. Each summer and fall, events like Independence Day, Street Food Soiree, and Wag N'Romp require numerous volunteers to help make them happen. Email us to receive information on upcoming opportunities.
Due to the pandemic, we are unable to accept new ushers at this time, but hope to resume new usher training in the early months of 2021. All ushers must pass a background check and attend annual training as well as commit to a minimum of twelve shifts per year. The primary goal of our usher program is to provide the best possible experience for our patrons. This includes, but is not limited to, patron safety and evacuation assistance, accessibility assistance, greeting patrons, showing a patron to their seat, and being flexible in jobs responsibilities. All LTAC ushers are volunteers and are trained and supervised by a House Manager. Familiarity with and access to a computer and email is required.
To apply for an usher position, please click this link and scroll to the bottom to register. After you register, we will contact you as volunteer trainings are available in 2021.
Formally incorporated by the Lone Tree City Council in 1999, the Lone Tree Arts Commission is made up of seven civic and culturally minded residents. Since its incorporation, the Arts Commission has developed, supported and assisted various cultural activities and interest groups in the City and acted in an advisory capacity to the Lone Tree City Council through review of arts funding requests, recommendations on acquisition of public art and suggestion on other cultural avenues that may be of interest to the community. The committee meets at 6:30pm the second Wednesday of even months.
To apply for an appointment to the Arts Commission, click here.
The City of Lone Tree established the Citizens’ Recreation Advisory Committee (CRAC) in 2006 to enhance the City’s recreation opportunities and services. The Committee is tasked with developing recommendations to improve recreation opportunities and services. The committee meets at 5:00pm on the second Monday of even months.
To apply for an appointment to the Citizens' Recreation Advisory Committee, click here.