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**Skatepark Location Update** BASIC has been given a new location for the construction of Brattleboro’s 4,900 square foot skatepark. It will be located on the hill of Memorial Park, on the inside of the last turn when driving up to … Continue reading
The Brattleboro Skate park is back in action! We felt unprecedented support from the Brattleboro town select board last night. Not only did they vote unanimously, but they offered support toward the feasibility studies. Everybody had an opportunity to be heard and there … Continue reading
BASIC, will host the third annual Go Skateboarding Day on June 21st at the Crowell Lot from 2 to 5 PM. A part of the international celebration of skateboarding held Worldwide on that day, the event will feature open skate … Continue reading
BASIC, is hosting “Dining for a Cause” at the 99 Restaurant in Brattleboro on Wednesday, June 27th from 5 to 10 PM. By taking part in this event, 15% of the price of your meal will go directly to funding the … Continue reading
BASIC presents the Crowell Lot Skatepark T-Shirt Contest. Be the proud designer of THE t-shirt that BASIC will use to promote and fund raise for the skatepark. Designs can be up to three colors (one color needs to be black) … Continue reading
BASIC will host the First Annual Clean Up the Park day tomorrow, Saturday, between 10 AM and Noon. We will provide the tools. We’ll even be painting the rusty old swings! Join us.
Skaters for Public Skateparks has published the results of their 2011 USA Skateboarding Fatalities Report. The US saw one skateboard death in a skatepark last year. The skater was not wearing a helmet. The US averages 40 football related deaths … Continue reading
In 2009, the Tony Hawk Foundation conducted a comprehensive study of the reaction local police department personnel had to the addition of a skatepark in their community. The responses to the study by the police were overwhelmingly positive, with over … Continue reading