Archive for September, 2018

¬†Well that came up quick…

The wrecking ball will start to swing early next month as the OVG group begins it’s effort to remodel Key Arena, which means the last time you will be able to skate at Seattle Center skatepark is October 6th.

Skate Like A Girl is also losing their home base, so they have worked hard to plan a big send-off, including:

10am-Noon: Free Skate Lessons with @skatelikeagirlsea

1-3PM: Contests for all ages & abilities hosted by @marshallstackreid 

You can also learn how to get involved with making the 5th iteration of Seask8 the best one yet!

Download the full size poster image here: ShredOnMe_12x18_Poster_Final

 

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The feasibility study that the Seattle Center hired Grindline to complete has been finalized and released to the public. It contains maps of the sites that were considered, a detailed analysis of each site, cost estimates, and a draft schedule.

In reality the team working on the project has moved well beyond site selection and is now focused on making sure the project funds are in this year’s city budget.

There was also some much needed press attention on the project this week in the Stranger which unfortunately didn’t include any voices from the advocacy side of the table, and contained some misleading statements about the project including how much money was allocated for the skatepark replacement in the deal with the Oak View Group.

You can read the study yourself by clicking on the link below. Enjoy!

SEASK8 Replacement Study_090618_FINAL

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