Where we are today and why we want you to be a part of the ride!
We are excited to announce
Talent for Talent: Grazing Dinner
October 20th at The Great Northern we are hosting our next fundraiser! Imagine this?? Dining with a plate of deliciousness from ALL of these TALENT-ed VERMONT chefs!!
One dinner with these six outstanding Vermont chefs, lucky you! Get your tickets and support the new, non-profit Talent Skatepark. Buy your tickets with the link below:
Grazing dinner to benefit the new, non-profit Talent Skatepark.
Featuring six of Vermont's celebrated chefs;
Frank Pace Jr, Chef/owner Great Northern
Cara Chigazola-Tobin, Chef/owner Honey Road
Eric Warnstedt, Chef/owner and Chef Jordan Ware, Hen of the Woods, Doc Ponds
Doug Paine, Chef Juniper/Hotel VT and Bleu Northeast Seafood
Caleb Pierson, Chef, Hindquarter
We can't do it without you
vt digger story: Talent Skatepark reborn
we are Working on phase 1 build out!
Support our grind to the finish line
Learn about the fabric that makes up the TALENT community. See the faces, hear their stories and live our journey.
A thread in the tapestry of the TALENT community
Where we came from, a nod to the past
This is a great example of a skater (Adam Sayre) that grew up in the TALENT community and with the love and support of that community developed connections and skills to be able to produce a quality presentation like this.
“Why skateboards? The magic of a skateboard is that it a mode of transportation in addition to being a tool for play, a tool for discovery, a tool to develop physical skill, a tool to interact with others who share an interest in skateboarding, a tool to teach problem-solving and a tool to teach perseverance. It is good for the mind and the body. It is fun. It can change someone’s life.”
-From Boards for Bros