In collaboration with Push Worcester and Woo Skates, youth participants experiment with paint, spray paint, markers, stickers, collage, and more to design their own skateboards and roller skates, showcase them to their community, and learn to skate with older peers. This program provides space for young girls and women to creatively and positively express their identities while developing new skills and passions; by focusing this event specifically for girls and women, Main IDEA will be providing much-needed female representation in a predominantly male-oriented environment, thus empowering and encouraging young girls to express their creativity and learn to skate among other female peers.
Girls’ Paint & Skate Workshop
with Push Worcester & Woo Skates
Sponsored by Women’s Initiative!
South Worcester Neighborhood Center
Sunday, Sept 25th, 12-5pm
(Rain Date: Sat, Oct 1st)
Learn 2 Skate 12: 00 PM – 1:00 PM
Open Skate Session 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Express yourself through art and learn to skate for free! For girls, women, gals, trans, and non-binary folx ages 8-17. Artist and Skating Guides will be available for tips, instruction, and support throughout the entirety of the event. Boards, skates, and protective equipment will be available to borrow for free! Pre-register to design your own skateboard/roller skates to take home after the event here (space limited). Message us if you would like to volunteer as a skate guide/helping hand at email@example.com!
This event is generously sponsored by The Women’s Initiative of the United Way of Central Massachusetts.