Train Hard - Stay Humble
Time: July 26, 2012 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Location: Presidio Sports Basement
Street: 610 old mason st.
City/Town: San francisco
Website or Map: http://Www.parkourconnections…
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Ryan Fulmer
Latest Activity: Jul 25, 2012
Parkour Connections is working with the City of Lathrop to design and construct the first public parkour park in the United States and we want you to get involved!
The parkour park will be part of a comprehensive $5.8 million dollar East Lathrop Community Complex aimed at bringing all ages and walks of life together. The complex will include a library, skate park, amphitheater and amenities. Over the last several months, Ryan Fulmer of PKC has been working with architects and city officials to create a mutual understanding of how parkour will play a role within this new environment.
The priority for Parkour Connections is to create a safe, approachable space for the budding Lathrop parkour community to learn and grow. There is also a deep desire from all parties involved to make this a welcoming and exciting space for all parkour practitioners.
To try and involve as many Bay Area community members as possible, we will be holding a special parkour-specific planning meeting in San Francisco.
Where: Sports Basement in the Presidio
Map: 610 Old Mason St, San Francisco, CA 94129
When: Thursday July 26th 630-830pm
This is the time to get involved. Let's show our support for the City of Lathrop who have decided to embrace our discipline.
See you all there.