cfa skate art stoke

Carving the Future hosts its first summer benefit event, “Skate. Art. Stoke.,” Wednesday at the Center for the Arts, with opportunities for skateboarding, an art auction and a screening of the newly released skateboarding film “Humanity Stoked.”

Jackson Hole nonprofit Carving the Future celebrates the return of skateboarding season and the joys of the sport with its first summer benefit event, “Skate. Art. Stoke.”

The community-focused event is all about mental health, in line with the organization’s work to promote confidence in young people through access to snowboarding and skateboarding.

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Since moving to Jackson Hole in 1992, Richard has covered everything from local government and criminal justice to sports and features. He currently concentrates on arts and entertainment, heading up the Scene section.

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