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Family Day Art Class

The Roarockit Skateboard Company will be offering a 'Family Day Skateboard Art Class' at our Professional Deck Making School in Toronto's Leaside neighbourhood. (880 Millwood Rd. Toronto, ON - M4G 1X1)

Anyone is welcome, but we encourage parents to come with their kids, and there will be no extra charge to work together on the same board!

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880 Millwood Rd. "The World's First Professional Deck Making School"

This 5 hour class will run on Monday, February 17th from 10am-3pm, and will include an introduction to skateboard art, layout and design of your own custom artwork and a hands-on demonstration of how to make your own custom skateboard using Roarockit's Thin Air Press vacuum bag technology.

**We will take a break at noon and there will be water and snacks provided (bagels, veggie sticks, Timbits) throughout the day. Bring yourself a lunch if you would like more than just a snack at this time. 

At the end of the class, you will leave with your 100% handmade, Canadian maple skateboard with your own custom graphic! Students will bring their designs to life using an array of different mediums and styles; Including, watercolour paints, acrylic paints, Sharpie markers, stencil art, graphite transfer paper and more.   

Price: $145.00 + HST = $163.85 

Class Breakdown

10am-10:30am: Introduction to Skateboard Art

10:30am-12pm: Art Application

12pm-12:45pm: Snack/Lunch Break + Skateboard Building Demo

12:45-3pm: Art Application

This is a one-time event with limited space available.

Please contact if you have any questions regarding the class. You can also call Roarockit @ 1-416-422-5487 or visit our flagship location at 131 Sunrise Ave. UNIT 4A - Toronto, ON - M4A 1B2 to check out what we do! We are open Monday-Friday 9am-5pm. 

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