In an effort to maintain the fundraising momentum for the Pacific City Skatepark, we introduce the 2020 Virtual CKLC and Coastal Craft shaping events! Start filming your longboard sessions now! Submit your best wave and vote for the best ride in three divisions: kids under 17, women 18+, men 18+. **Due to the wildfires in Oregon, we have extended our entry period, and the current contest end is TBA. We will be accepting entries to the contest until further notice.** Winners will be announced once we decide when the contest will end, and will receive a custom framed CKLC In Memory of Gary “Gaz” Gregg poster.
To submit your best wave, click the link below to signup and enter the contest, or judge the event!
After hearing that this year’s CKLC, Brewfest, Coastal Craft and supporting events were cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Brad from El Brado Fiberglass reached out expressing his desire to continue the Coastal Craft shaping event virtually. In just a day, we had six shapers and the incredible team at Fiberglass Supply emphatically say, “yes!” The online auction for boards will be starting soon and run through **Due to the wildfires in Oregon, we have extended this auction to a later date. Dates are TBA**. Auction winners will work with the shaper to fine tune the specs of their board and according to El Brado, “the better the bid, the more detailed the glass job.”
All proceeds from Virtual Coastal Craft and this year’s CKLC In Memory of Gary “Gaz” Gregg merchandise will go directly to the development of the Pacific City Skatepark. We recently received a Skatepark Project (formally the Tony Hawk Foundation) grant. In addition, the Nestucca Valley Community Alliance received a Tillamook County Transient Lodging Tax grant to help finish the foundational elements of the community and skatepark. The NVCA continues to open the park for overflow parking (donation suggested) and access to the PC Pathway Trail system.