Hyperborea 2020 Leads Callout

**Français ci-dessous**

Hyperborea is not possible without the efforts of its amazing volunteers and incredible team leads. Without them (you), none of this is possible.

There are a number of leadership positions currently open for Hyperborea 2020. Below is a list of the Departments and the roles we are looking to fill with eager Hyperboreans. If you are interested in any of these positions, please fill out the Hyperborea Leadership Interest Form found at the bottom of this post.  

Hyperborea Leadership Form 

 

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Hyperborea n’est pas possible sans sans les efforts exceptionnels de nos formidables bénévoles et les extraordinaires directeurs d’équipe. Sans eux (vous), rien de tout cela n’est possible.

De nombreux postes de direction sont actuellement ouverts pour Hyperborea 2020. Ci-dessus, vous trouverez une liste de départements et de rôles (en anglais uniquement pour le moment) que nous recherchons avec des Hyperboréens enthousiastes. Si vous êtes intéressé par l’un de ces postes, veuillez remplir le formulaire Hyperborea Leadership Interest Form qui se trouve au bas de cet article.

Formulaire de leadership Hyperborea

 

~ The Hyperborean

Make sure to stay up to date with Hyperborea developments by:

Signing up for our mailing list – tohyperborea.ca/newsletter

Joining our FB group – facebook.com/groups/to.hyperborea

Ticketing Reminder!

Ticketing Update!
 
Just a friendly (and reoccurring) reminder of the following.
 
1. You should be checking your email daily (make sure to check that junk folder) for a ticket offer, or log in to your profile (https://signup.tohyperborea.ca/site/login). The offer window is currently 3 days and will be shrinking to 2 days on Monday, April 22nd!
 
2. If you are driving up, you will need a parking pass! They are $25 online and $50 at the gate. There is a good chance that these may sell out before the event. Look to carpool where able and get yours ahead of time.
 
3. If you have any minors attending with you, they also need to register via the main system. Even if they are 12 and under (and get a free ticket for being so young and brave) they still need to register.
 
~ The Hyperborean
 
Make sure to stay up to date with Hyperborea developments by:
Signing up for our mailing list -tohyperborea.ca/newsletter
Joining our FB group – facebook.com/groups/to.hyperborea
Checking out our Website – tohyperborea.ca
 

Population Increase and Tickets!

Hyperboreans, exciting news!

The population cap for Hyperborea: Crossroads will be increased from 600 to 800, as well as 50 additional parking passes. This lot of tickets will have a three-day offer window and be made available on Wednesday the 10th!

There will be more information regarding this ticket release on Monday the 8th, so check back then. We can’t wait to see (more) of you at Hyperborea!

Message from FAST on Fire!

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Hello Hyperboreans, we have some words to share with you from our brave and diligent Fire Arts and Safety Team (FAST)

Quick tips about fire at Hyperborea

Open Fire:
It’s likely to be cold at night. Fires are a great way to keep warm, but please follow these guidelines:

– Don’t light fires directly on the ground. If you want a fire you need to provide a platform or container of some kind such as a pad of dirt/gravel, barrel on legs or bricks, portable fireplace, metal sheet on bricks, etc.

– If you’re going to have a burn barrel, make sure there is no flammable stuff nearby – minimum 10ft

– Make sure to have a mesh top with holes no bigger than 0.5cm for burn barrels / elevated fireplace pits of any kind
Fires must be attended and monitored and have a bucket of water or fire extinguisher handy just in case.

– 10′ radius around the fire must be clear of brush and dry grass or anything flammable (This means not walking away after you’ve left your wet shoes leaning against a burn barrel)

– Pyrotechnics and fireworks are not allowed

– Fire will be put out of the above is not followed.

Generators: 
Keep fuel at least 10’ away
Store fuel in approved containers

Fire Art: 
Contact fast for more info if you plan to bring a piece of fire art at fast@tohyperborea.ca

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Trucs et astuces sur le feu à Hyperborea

Le feu ouvert:
Il est fort probable qu’il fasse froid la nuit, et le feu est une bonne façon de rester au chaud. Cependant, il est important de suivre les règles suivantes:

– N’allumez pas de feu directement au sol. Si vous désirez allumer un feu, assurez-vous d’avoir une plateforme ou un contenant, tel qu’une piaule de terre ou de gravel, un baril sur pied ou sur brique, un foyer portatif, des tôles sur brique, etc. 
Si vous utilisez un baril de feu, assurez-vous qu’il n’y a pas des articles inflammables dans les environs (minimum 10 pieds).

– Assurez-vous d’avoir un couvercle en maille pour vos barils de feu ayant des trous de 0.5cm au maximum.

– Les feux doivent être surveillés et vous devez avoir un seau d’eau ou un extincteur de feu, au cas où.

– Vous devez enlever tout débris, gazon ou articles inflammable dans un radius de 10 pied. (Par exemple, ne laissez pas vos chaussures mouiller près des barils de feu).

– Les pyrotechnies et les feux d’artifice ne sont pas permis.

– Les feux seront éteints si les règles ci-dessous ne sont pas respectées.

Les génératrices:
Les carburants doivent rester au moins à 10 pieds des générateurs
Entreposer les carburants dans des contenants approuvés et prévus à cet effet.

Les arts de feu
Contactez SAFE pour plus d’information si vous planifiez apporter des pièces d’art de feu à fast@tohyperborea.ca