Join Friends For Skateparks on June 21, 2021 for Go Skate Day best trick contests and fundraiser!!! More fundraising events coming soon! More events will be posted soon. Donations accept on our donation link https://www.paypal.com/donate/?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=DGS24T25MU27A&source=url
Skateboard Deck Art Show and Skatepark for a Day February 29th 2-6pm at Rock House Brewery (all ages).
Decks will be on display for bidding at the Illustrated Barber Shop, Charmed Life Tattoo, Broomwagon and Oscar Diggs during the month of February. Final bidding along with pop up skatepark for a day will be at Rock House Brewery Warehouse 2-6pm on Saturday February 29th, 2020. All funds raised by Friends for Skateparks will go towards the expansion of Woodland Skatepark. For more information go to friendsforskateparks.com
Jenni Phillips, Ryan Cummins, Wes Meek, Matt Harper, Jesse Saxon, Melvin Armstrangle, Chavous, Spacecrail, Matt Westbrook, Asa Castle, Chris Rogers, Krista Colleen Graham, Erica Cook, Tyler Burke, Trent Redmond, Kayla Hitzler, Pierce Birdsong, Kevin Hamilton, Christine Kuhn, Jason Sturgill, Delle Marlene, Josh Walling, Joe Lopez, Geoff Murphy, Joe Parrish, Joe King
Event Sponsored by Friends for Skateparks, Rock House Brewery, Charmed Life Tatoos, the Illustrated Barber, Broomwagon and Oscar Diggs
Woodland Skatepark 20 Year Anniversary October 12th, 2019 2-4pm. Friends for Skateparks is pleased to announce we will begin fundraising toward renovation and addition to Woodland Skatepark on October 12th at 20 year anniversary event. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org more information.
For more information please email email@example.com
Lexington’s FOURTH skatepark is already under construction!!
Lexington’s newest skatepark is currently under construction in Valley Park. Lexington Parks and Recreation worked with Friends for Skateparks to help create a unique and awesome park. We greatly appreciate Lexington Parks and Recreation for their continued support of our passion! This park will definitely add greatly to Lexington’s already amazing list of skateparks. Lexington just became the skatepark capitol of Kentucky.
Stay tuned for a Grand Opening Event!
Friends for Skateparks set up a mobile park for the June 3rd Night Market in the parking lot of Broomwagon. Skaters, bikers and rollerbladers seized the opportunity and threw down nearly a 4 hour long insane session that gathered crowds throughout the evening.
Friends for Skateparks board members Roderick Saylor, Reid Small and Steve Guynn were on hand talking about the future for Lexington’s skateparks. We were also selling some awesome t-shirts with 100% of the proceeds going back into our nonprofit to benefit Lexington’s parks.
We still have t-shirts for sale for $25. The t-shirts are Bella+Canvas unisex Triblend short sleeve t-shirts. If you would like to order a t-shirt please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the style and size you want. Payment can be made via our PayPal account.
Friends for Skate Parks would like to thank Broomwagon Bikes + Coffee and Barbarian Supply Company for inviting us out and letting us set up a booth. Also, a huge THANK YOU to all the rippers that came out to participate in the event. Dads with their kids in tow, kids with their Dads in tow, daily riders and some that just stopped in for a trick… without you it would have been an empty lot with a quarterpipe in the corner. You guys made the event a huge success!!!! We will do this again soon! The support you showed for Friends for Skateparks is why we do this.
Skate and destroy!
T-shirts available in large and extra large.