Connect to your Seattle at Pier 62 with a full summer of free, fun, and family-friendly events & programs! Click here for details.

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Skateboard with Skate Like a Girl

Free skate and skateboarding clinics at Pier 62

Free skate clinics by Skate Like a Girl, open to all genders and designed for everyone (ages 7 and up) who wants to learn or improve their skateboarding. Whether it’s learning how to push and cruise or drop-in, ollie, or even do flip tricks!

An open free skate session will be available for all ages and abilities with no formal instruction. Just show up and drop in with your gear (helmets, pads, and skateboard).

During the clinics and open free skate sessions, you can enjoy multiple skate features from Seattle Skate Features, a teen-led local company.

Clinics and free skate are contactless. Requirements include waivers (provided onsite) and masks. It is recommended for participants to bring their helmets, pads, and skateboards. If participants need gear, it can be provided. To safely participate, participants should be injury free and in reasonably good health. Children must participate with an adult, with no drop offs. Please arrive 20 minutes early to secure your spot! Registration is first come, first serve; clinics have a limit of 10 participants. No limit restrictions for Free Skate. To ensure your place, please arrive 20 minutes early to complete the sign in sheet.

Location: Pier 62
Clinic Limit: 10 per class
Class recommended for:
Ages 7+
Price: Free

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Thursday August 12

  • Skate Clinic: 3pm – 4pm
  • Free Skate: 4pm – 7pm

Thursday August 19

  • Skate Clinic: 3pm – 4pm
  • Free Skate: 4pm – 7pm

Thursday August 26

  • Skate Clinic: 3pm – 4pm
  • Free Skate: 4pm – 7pm

Created in partnership with Skate Like a Girl

Skate Like a Girl is a nonprofit organization empowering individuals, especially young women and trans people, to become strong, confident leaders who promote and implement equity through the vehicle of skateboarding. They believe that skateboarding is a tool to build confidence, resilience, and foster inclusive community. Their mission is to create an inclusive community by promoting confidence, leadership, and social justice through the sport of skateboarding.

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