Past Events

GIRLS CAN SHRED

Girls Skate Board Workshops

Girls get set to skate this November! 

Girls Can Shred aim to empower and promote leadership, focusing on individual level and promoting women’s skateboarding, whist having a hoot!

Learn the basics of getting up on your board, ballance, stance, rolling, kick turns

or for the more seasoned skater, getting up and down inclines, ollies, kickflips and more!

Kyneton Skatepark: Saturday 5th November, 10.30am-1pm
Castlemaine Skatepark: Sunday 6th November, 10.30am- 1pm

Workshops will go for roughly 1 1/2 hours ending with some games/ activitites, prizes, a BBQ and a little free roam skate sesh!

Sessions are: $25 each or register as a group ($40 for 2 people, $50 for 3)

Also available after the skateboarding sessions are Street Art/ Graffiti Workshops! These sessions are open to both boys and girls age 10-25 yrs.

To book a spot please follow the link below, contact Jodie on 0407643495 or email info@xtremeinc.org

Spaces limited to 15 ladies per session so first in best dressed :3

www.trybooking.com/MZHF
Facebook event:  https://www.facebook.com/events/648278762017387/


*If you would like a skateboard put aside please contact Jodie prior to the workshops

Thank you to: 

The Macedon Ranges Shire Council Youth Development team http://www.mrsc.vic.gov.au/People_Family/Youth

Mount Alexander Shire Youth Development team

http://mountalexander.vic.gov.au/Young_people

 

 
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XtremeInc is a not for profit organisation that I have been lucky enough to be apart of over the last 6 years. I have seen the work and effort Sarah has put in behind the scenes to create great events for the local community. Sarah has the gift of connecting people and spreading positivity throughout the community. Her bubbly friendly personality really brings an added warmth to the events and her skill and passion are evident. I hope to see many more XtremeInc event throughout the country. I have personally benefited from participating in Sarah’s dance competitions, made connections with others in the industry and been given opportunities to further enhance my own dancing career. Sharing passions and skill is something we all need more of and Sarah really leads by example.

Tom Sanderson

The Gift of Giving

 
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