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Adam Curtis Skateboard Park

Adam Curtis Skateboard Park

UPDATE

The Adam D. Curtis Skateboard Park located in Sheehan Basquil Park was deteriorating and was subsequently removed in the fall of 2018, along with the Regis Lemaire Youth Center.  There are plans to renovate Sheehan Basquil Park in the future.

Here are directons to the former location of the Adam Curtis Skateboard Park 


History

The Skateboard Park was completed in 2001 on the site of the former trainer pool using a combination of donated funds, city funds, and federal grants. In May of 2003, a mural was painted on the side of the Regis Lemaire Youth Center facing the skateboard park. On June 28, 2003, with approval by the Parks, Recreation and Cemetery Commission, and the Board of Mayor and Aldermen, the Manchester Skateboard Park was re-dedicated as the Adam D. Curtis Skateboard Park as a lasting legacy to a young man, taken in his prime, who touched the hearts of all he met.

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