King of the Kongcrete on tap; skate park closed for two days

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SANDPOINT — With the annual King of the Kongcrete skate event returning to Travers Park on Saturday, Aug. 18, the City of Sandpoint would like to perform the annual maintenance on the skate park, and will need to close it from 6 a.m. this morning until Friday morning at 8 a.m.

The city asks that any and all people not use the skate park at this time, so it can remain in great shape.

King of the Kongcrete takes place Saturday, Aug. 18 starting at noon and going until finish. The event is held at the Concrete Lake Skate Park, located at Travers Park (2102 Pine St.)

Register online at www.sandpointidaho.gov/parksrecreation, or at the park on the day of the event from 10 a.m. to noon. The entry fee is $15. Helmets are required for all competitors, while knee, elbow and wrist pads are highly recommended.

For more information, call 208-263-3613.

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