Stumptown Skate: A Historical Perspective

Stumptown Skate: A Historical Perspective; Art by Bettina McEntyre

Our friend Bettina is one of the featured artists at Portland City Hall’s First Thursday show. That’s today, August 2nd at Portland City Hall, 1221 SW 4th. Show time is 5-8pm. There’s free food and drink, a mini-ramp out front and some great art by great artists.

Artists include:

Also be sure to check out these related events:

Skate Film Fest at the Mission Theater, 1624 Glisan, Friday, August 3rd @ 9:30pm.

Skate Rock Show at the Mt. Tabor Legacy, 4811 SE Hawthorne Blvd., Saturday, August 4th @ 9 pm. Bands include: Clay Wheels – Yes, Father – Piss Boner – The Grindline Band – The Marginal Way Band

Thanks to AST Dew Tour, Adidas, Shrunken Heads Skate Shop and Ben Wixon.

Update: Check out some pics from the event over at Skate and Annoy and Antigravity Press.

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