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Greenpoint Terminal Warehouse provides the perfect space to ride around for all levels. Bring your board to Spring BUST's Craftacular and skate our mini pop-up park lead by girl skate gang Girls Ride Stronger (GRO) and Gnarmads
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Girls Rider Organization(GRO) is the first non-profit organization open to all females in skateboarding, snowboarding, and other action sports. With crews in NY, CA, CO, TN, VA, MI, NJ, IN, and ONT, GRO has made a huge impact on the female action sports community. They run workshops and events where girls from all levels can come together feel safe, supported, and shred! Female skaters and GRO members will be leading all day workshops for beginner skaters. This is the perfect place to dip your toes into something new in a judgement free zone!
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The skate area will be provided by NY’s Gnarmads, in collaboration with local brands and skate companies. Gnarmads play a dominant role in the NY skate community and beyond, consistently supporting members of the skate community through various events such as fundraisers, art shows, performances, contests, lesson clinics and events.
So bring your boards and come skate with us!
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Janeth Ann Gonda is currently the events and promotions manager at BUST Magazine, a singer, dancer, writer, and event planner living in Brooklyn, NY. She is currently the lead singer in the Gypsy Witch Rock Band Espejismo. After working in the Brooklyn music industry for several years she created her own event space Barranquilla Studios. Janeth has hosted hundreds of bands and fans alike and is an active member in the NYC music community.

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