More than 800 people came out to enjoy the 1st Annual Noche en Blanco on Hance Park.  Big thanks to our sponsors, our emcee Tania Katan, the musicians of Pick & Holler,  DJ Mizel of Phoenix Afrobeat Orchestra, photographer Matt Winquist, the kids from Skate After School, and the prince of downtown art, Lalo Cota... all who donated their time and talent to this event and it's cause, the Hance Park Skatepark.  

Please give generously to the Hance Park Skatepark crowdfunding campaign on Crowdrise. 

 
 
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THE PARK OF THE FUTURE

Hance Park has become a key venue for cultural and entertainment programming as well as a destination in its own right – the kind of public space that is integral to every thriving urban core in the country.
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HANCE PARK CONSERVANCY

The Hance Park Conservancy is a catalyst for public space renewal in Phoenix, advocating for the park and protecting its future

Established in 2010, the Hance Park Conservancy is a community-based, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.  We are comprised of community and business leaders committed to ensuring a bright future for Hance Park, and by extension, the greater Phoenix Metropolitan Region’s 4.2 million residents.  

Instrumental in developing the Hance Park Master Plan, the Hance Park Conservancy's mission is to activate the park as well as to raise non-public funds for the realization of the Hance Park Master Plan. 

Great cities need great parks

 

 

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