Adult Classes

Looking for a fun, friendly environment to motivate and challenge you?
Our adult skateboarding classes has it all, and for every level – whether you want to skate street, vert, bowls, or just cruise around.

COVID-19 Health & Safety Policy:
1. Please self isolate for 14 days upon return to PA if you have traveled to the states on Travel Quarantine List before coming to our camp. 
2. All instructors and skaters must wear clean masks the entire time.
3. Masks must have ear loops or ties that go around the ear or go over the head in order to stay well in your face. We are not accepting a bandana or a neck cover/gaiter.
4. Please drink plenty of fluid before coming to the class to avoid heat exhaustion.
5. If you don’t feel well or tired for some reason, please stay home.

Disclaimer: As is the case with any public or outside facility, you and the participant may be exposed to the COVID-19 Virus. The participant and your decision to skateboard and take a private skate lesson is made knowingly and voluntarily by you and the participant with full knowledge of this risk. If you and the participant disagree, do not schedule a private lesson. Otherwise, the participant and your participation in the skate lesson shall constitute a waiver, and will release Skate The Foundry from any and all liability with respect to exposure to the COVID-19 virus. 

Skate The Foundry’s Policy:
1. Once you complete a payment for a program, our programs are non-refundable under any circumstances.
2. If Skate The Foundry needs to cancel a class/programs for any reasons, a portion credit towards future programs may be available. There will be no refund available under any circumstances.
3. No make-up classes for missed days available.


Adult Ramp Camp

Introducing ADULT RAMP CAMP! Coming to Paine’s Park this November for the very first time: a Skate the Foundry skateboard adult camp centering female/nonbinary/genderfluid/ and trans skaters. Geared towards beginner and intermediate skaters, but all levels are welcome! Let’s take over the park and meet your new skate crew!

Join Instructors Possum(she/her) and Brianna(she/they) for one day of shredding. Come learn some skatepark basics, try some new tricks, and make new friends. If you have never skateboarded before, we highly recommend scheduling one or two private lessons beforehand, so that you will be able to enjoy this camp much more. Safety comes first especially during this crazy time!

Age Group: Ages 18+
Date & Time: Saturday, November 14th, 9:00am – 12:00pm
Rain Date: November 15th
Location: Paine’s Park
Requirement: Must wear a helmet during the class. Must have your own equipment (skateboard, helmet, and safety gear). Must wear a facial mask/cover.
Equipment: Due to COVID-19, we are no longer able to offer equipment rentals. Don’t have your own equipment yet? Check out our online skateshop. We offer curbside pick up every Saturday!


Adult Trick – 6 Week Course

Can you skateboard comfortably on the street and the ramps, and would like to learn some new tricks to step up your skateboarding skills? If your answer is yes, this course is for you! Within this course, you will learn how to ollie, pop shove-it, and frontside 180, and more! Last two weeks of this course, we plan to meet up at a different public skatepark to explore what you learn in the course!

Date & Time: TBA – will be back in the Spring 2021!
Requirement: Must wear a helmet during the class. Must have your own equipment (skateboard, helmet, and safety gear). Must wear a facial mask/cover.


Adult Beginner – 6 Week Course

If you have ever thought about picking up a skateboard, either again or for the first time, this six week course is for you! During our 6 week course, you will learn foot positioning, how to push, carve, tic-tac, kick-turn, skateboard etiquette, and more. At the end of this course, you will have a new skate crew of fellow class members, and the confidence to skateboard at any public skatepark!

Date & Time: TBA – will be back in the Spring 2021!
Requirement: Must wear a helmet during the class. Must have your own equipment (skateboard, helmet, and safety gear). Must wear a facial mask/cover.