WOW!

WOW!

What an amazing week of skatepark news! And you are not going to believe the latest. Thanks to a generous donation from the Community Foundation of Greater Des Moines and the work of two world-renowned artists we will have an amazing skateable art piece as part of our world-class facility*. All we can say is WOW!Watch the video to learn about this 80' long, 12' high, instant landmark.*Subject to Greater Des Moines Public Art Foundation and Des Moines City Council approval.

Posted by Des Moines Skatepark on Thursday, October 18, 2018

 

Thanks to a generous donation from the Community Foundation of Greater Des Moines and the work of two world-renowned artists we will have an amazing skate-able art piece as part of our world-class facility*. All we can say is WOW!

Watch the video to learn about this 80′ long, 12′ high, instant landmark.

*Subject to Greater Des Moines Public Art Foundation and Des Moines City Council approval.


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