Walton Skate Society is pleased to present Sk8 Deck-o! We invite you to take part and enjoy a night of skateboard art, live music and tasty food. Local art legends, area VIPs, and guest artists from around the country are creating works of art out of blank skate decks. These decks will be part of an exhibition and silent auction at Trebeaché, located off Hwy 30a in Blue Mountain Beach.
Like the finest of gallery events, there will be food, drink and music. Talented chef Jim Richard will prepare special “skate inspired” grinders.
Date/Time: March 4, 2017 from 5 to 8pm
$30 general admission – includes food and drinks
$15 student ticket – student ID required
2052 W County Highway 30a
Santa Rosa Beach, FL 32459
Justin Gaffery – Santa Rosa Beach, FL
Allison Wickey – Rosemary Beach, FL
Justin Lyons – Santa Rosa Beach, FL
Mary Hong – Grayton Beach, FL
Andy Sacynski – Grayton Beach, FL
Francisco Adaro – Grayton Beach, FL
Chandler Williams – Grayton Beach, FL
Sabrina Reber – Miramar Beach, FL
Julie Lopez Friel – Bend, OR
Rei Ramirez – Miami, FL
Gretchen Scharnagl – Miami, FL
Cody Copeland – musician/artist
Matt Lyons – Santa Rosa Beach, FL
Earl Thomson – Lahaina, HI
Ginger Leigh Designs – Santa Rosa Beach, FL
Michael F. Bridges
Maui Nix – Destin Commons
Billabong – Grand Boulevard
South Walton High School Art Club
Niceville High School Art Club
Be a part of the event by purchasing a blank deck, decorating it, and displaying it for auction at Sk8 Deck-o. Why do you have to pay for deck just to turn around and have it auctioned off? Well, this is how you can help donate to the Walton County skatepark fund. Every dollar raised goes toward the creation of the park. $50 is a small price to pay for something that will eventually be a free park for everyone to enjoy.
Cost: $50 includes deck plus one admission to the Sk8 Deck-o event.
Deadline: Skate deck must be completed and ready to hang by March 2, 2017.
More Info: Send an email to email@example.com to arrange for payment and pick up.
By contributing to this project, you agree that all net proceeds will go to Walton Skate Society to help with the mission to create of a new concrete skate park at Helen McCall Park. In the event the project is cancelled for any reason, Walton Skate Society will use the funds in other capacities related to its mission including for operating expenses.