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An Evening of Laying it All on the Line

An Evening of Laying it All on the Line:

art and film in support of the Hampton Skatepark
Thursday, May 23
Doors and Artist Reception begins 7pm / Film 8:30pm
Suggested donation: $10
All ages / Partially seated

On May 23, join us for a special evening with exhibiting artists Brooke Richard and Mike Heitz, films by Danger Beach, and fundraising for the Hampton NH Skatepark. Laying it All on the Line is a collaborative showcase of creative New Hampshire residents engaged in the enhancement of their communities through art and recreation.

The evening includes raffles and a silent auction with goods provided by our generous sponsors:
Volcom, NHS Inc., Burton Snowboards, Pioneers Board Shop, Timberland, Ride Snowboards, Oakley, Vans, Eastern Boarder, and more!

The fundraising goal of $3,500 will go directly to materials for development and maintenance of the Hampton Skatepark. Danger Beach provides labor free of charge in our partnership with the Parks and Recreation Department of the Town of Hampton.

About the Hampton Skatepark:

Measuring roughly 13,000 square feet, the Hampton Skatepark, located on Hardart’s Way, is a free outdoor facility welcome to all members of the Seacoast community regardless of age or skating ability. On a sunny day, you can expect to find 5-20+ people, ages 5-55 enjoying the park. 

Constructed over 20 years ago, the park has undergone several renovation phases. Through the Laying it All on the Line event on May 23, Danger Beach encourages further support of the grassroots efforts to grow and build the park, ensuring its viability in the community.

About Danger Beach:
Danger Beach is group of Seacoast skateboarders, surfers, and snowboarders who spend their leisure time pursuing and contributing to the recreational communities of New England. They enjoy documenting their activities, including the maintaining and building of new features at their local Skatepark in Hampton, NH. Depending on the season, members of Danger Beach can be found at your local skatepark, surf spot, or mountain. Beyond Hampton, Danger Beach also advocates for the development and expansion of recreational space in neighboring Seacoast communities. Check out some of Danger Beach's video content by clicking here.

About the Laying it All on the Line art exhibit in the Performance Space and Lobby Gallery:
Click here to learn more about this exhibition.