Ollie World Skate Park

Found out there are ramps in Conchohocken last Friday.

The park is located at 707 Conshohocken Rd Conshohocken, PA 19428.

All of the ramps are fac­ing the grass. I man­aged to ride over the humps (seen on left) on my road bike. Does not look like the equip­ment gets much use. Maybe they would donate to a local for their dri­ve­way. Call 610 – 834-​​0845.

“Official” descrip­tion here.

 

2 Nights of Skate films about NY City

Wednesday, July 28th,7:30 pm
Special Screening
in Honor of Andy Kessler

Deathbowl to Downtown: The Evolution of Skateboarding New York City

Dir. Coan Nichols and Rick Charnoski (2009)
87 min.
Deathbowl to Downtown doc­u­ments the shift in skate­board­ing pri­macy from the parks and the pools of sunny California in the 70’s to the gritty streets of New York in the 90’s. This tran­si­tion also fore­tells the recent hybrid uptake of skate­board cul­ture in Harlem and other com­mu­ni­ties of color.
Panel Discussion and Reception to follow!

Thursday, July 29th, 6pm
Screening in Honor of Harold Hunter
Skating @ Lenox Ledges (110th and Lenox)
Followed by an 8pm screen­ing at Maysles Cinema

Legends Never Die
Harold Hunter Tribute

15 Years of NYC Skteboarding ( 95’-’10) by R.B. Umali.
In the Streets — Steve Marino
55 Nights on Your Couch — 5boro
Reception to follow!

Maysles Cinema
343 Lenox ave
bet 127&128th st
HARLEM
www​.mayslesin​sti​tute​.org
$10 Suggested Donation

Cold Water

Free food and beer at exit skateshop this Saturday.

“Cold Water is a short doc­u­men­tary shot in 16mm on surf­ing New Jersey through the win­ter. The project fea­tures Jetty team rid­ers Dave Werner, Brian Williams & Pete Machotka. Come on out to Exit Skate Shop in Philadelphia on June 5th @ 6pm for some beer, food, music and of course….the première!”

Image and text found here.

PopRally Presents an evening of skate videos

skate videos

In honor of the MoMA ret­ro­spec­tive Spike Jonze: The First 80 Years, PopRally has invited pro­ducer and pho­tog­ra­pher Patrick O’Dell (of Epicly Later’d) to cre­ate a spe­cial com­pi­la­tion of sem­i­nal skate­board videos from the 1980s to today. Jonze, whose own con­tri­bu­tions to the genre will be fea­tured, notes that, “Skate videos have been a big influ­ence and a big part of what I’ve done for a long time. They are how I got into film, actu­ally.” This unique screen­ing is fol­lowed by a con­ver­sa­tion with leg­endary skate­board­ers and film­mak­ers, includ­ing Lance Mountain, Jake Phelps, Ty Evans, Spike Jonze, and other sur­prise guests.

Afterward please join us upstairs for a spe­cial per­for­mance by NO AGE.

The pro­gram begins promptly at 7:30.

You must be twenty-​​one or older to attend this event.

PopRally is made pos­si­ble with gen­er­ous sup­port from Jerry I. Speyer and Katherine G. Farley.

Special thanks to Nike SB, Altamont and ACE HOTEL NEW YORK for their spon­sor­ship of this event.

Beer gen­er­ously pro­vided by Colt 45

Guests of this event receive an exclu­sive limited-​​edition poster by Chris Johanson.

Get Tickets!

Oedipus at FDR

“Against a back­drop of ship­yards, high­way over­passes, and the explo­sive graf­fiti imagery cov­er­ing the sur­faces of the park, local actors and skate­board­ers unite to enact the tragedy of the blind king in exile.”

September 4th, 5th and 6th.

Skating Choreography: Josh Nims

Found here

Paine’s Park Benefit Party

A cel­e­bra­tion to sup­port Franklin’s Paine Skatepark Fund in its mis­sion to build Paine’s Park, a 2.5 acre skatepark in Center City Philadelphia. Featuring cus­tom art­work, musi­cal per­for­mances, a skate ramp demo, food, drinks and other fun activities.MUST BE 21 to pur­chase tick­ets and attend; IDs will be checked at the door.Transportation options will be avail­able. Visit www​.paines​parkpro​ject​.com for more information.

found here

have­board note: You can also pur­chase tick­ets at Indy Hall.

Read more about it at Philly Weekly.”