Do you want to volunteer at the Boiler Room?
Fill out an application and check out our staff meeting, open to the public, every Monday @ 5:00 pm,
right here at 711 Water Street in beautiful downtown Port Townsend.
We have easily the best $1.00 cup of drip coffee, and cookies made right here in the BR (also just $1.00).
We're always looking for help, and we'll teach you the barista and customer service skills you'll need to work behind our counter.
Our Volunteer Baristas are trained in and expected to learn:
Basic coffee and espresso making skills
Basic cash register operation
Correct food handling and basic food safety and sanitation techniques
Basic customer service and phone etiquette
The importance of cleanliness, punctuality, and accountability
Basic cooking and baking skills
How to ask for help when needed
How to interact appropriately with a diverse and changing population
And we're looking for volunteers to help make free soup every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday (served @ 3 pm).
Call 360-379-8247 or email email@example.com if you or your band are interested in playing free, all-ages shows! Ask for the Music Coordinator.
Free food, free music, always all-ages (free) events.
We have the best volunteers around.
Come check it out.
We're open from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday.
Donate time, money, or food @ our 711 Water Street location. (Port Townsend, WA. 98368)
“The Boiler Room has been many things to many people. A coffeehouse, an art gallery, a private business, a nonprofit teen center, a cause, a scapegoat. But to me it has been a salvation – a place to be, and belong. Home. I’ve worked with some of the finest human beings I’ve met to preserve a common goal of home for ourselves and anyone else who needed it, to resolve the question of where do I belong. So many people ask it, and we can never afford to let ignorance settle such questions.” - Jake Kelly, former BR Manager
1 December 2008: Statements at City Council budget meeting
28 November 2008: letter from Mar Vista High School teachers
21 November 2008: letter from Olympic Community Action Programs (Olycap)
26 September 2008: Excerpt from blog of Seattle-based band Conservative Dad