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Braille House Party hosted by Aaron Kyro

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We're excited to announce the first Braille House Party since 2019, hosted by Aaron Kyro! 

Join us at the Braille House in San Leandro, California.

Come skate with Aaron Kyro and members of the Braille team. There will be pizza and giveaways! All ages and skill levels welcome! 

Enjoy the ramps, rails, and stairs. Even try out the vert ramp if you are feeling up for it (and know what you're doing)!

Please bring your own skateboards and gear. Otherwise, we do have boards and equipment available on-site for purchase. All skill levels and ages are welcome. 

Helmets are recommended for all ages, but required for anyone under 18 in the street skating park. Helmets are required for the vert ramp for all ages. 

A release form will be emailed to you upon purchase. Each person entering the Braille House needs one. We have extra copies at the Braille House that you can use as well. You can present your receipt at the entrance for entry. 

Anyone under 18 years old needs release forms signed by a parent or guardian. 


14682 Washington Ave

San Leandro, CA 94578

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Elena Osenbaugh
Braille is THE BEST!

Thank you Aaron for making the Braille house a place where my son can connect with other skaters and perfect his skills! The way you encourage those that attend and interact is very admirable considering these kids are watching you and your crew daily on social media. I can’t say enough how much my son enjoys going to Braille and the House Party was legit!! Can’t wait for the next one.

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