Ever wonder how you can become active in the protection of our oceans, waves and beaches?
Become a volunteer with Surfrider Santa Cruz!
Join us for our July Meeting, where we will be training (and refreshing) volunteers in our core programs.
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Tuesday, July 13th
O’Neill Sea Odyssey Classroom
2222 E. Cliff Drive, Suite 222
Santa Cruz Harbor
When/Where: Cowell’s Beach Santa Cruz, @ 12 NOON on June 26th , 2010
Hands Across the Sand is an international movement made of people of all walks of life and crosses political affiliations. Iit is about protection of our coastal economies, oceans, marine wildlife, and fishing industry. So let’s share our knowledge, energies and passion for protecting all of the above from the devastating effects of oil drilling!
Come WEARING BLACK to symbolize tar balls on the beach and to make our “line in the sand”. Cowell’s Beach is located in front of The Dream Inn on the right side of the Santa Cruz wharf close to the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk. Come show your support for our Oceans. Come join hands with Surfrider of Santa Cruz, we will be connecting with friends and family on the sand around 11:45am be ready to join hands @ 12:00 Noon for 15 minutes… Take your stand by forming a line on our sand AGAINST OIL DRILLING in our coastal waters… NO OFFSHORE OIL DRILLING… YES TO CLEAN ENERGY!
A MESSAGE TO THE WORLD:
Hands Across the Sand is is a peaceful gathering of the people of the world. We will meet at Cowell’s Beach on June 26 at 11 am, forming lines in the sand. At 12:00, we wll join hands to create a powerful image.
The message is simple. NO to Offshore Oil Drilling, YES to Clean Energy!
Plan to get your toes in the sand; get wet; and celebrate the sport of surfing on INTERNATIONAL SURFING DAY in SANTA CRUZ
Saturday, June 19, Cowell Beach
10:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M.
What’s happening, you ask?
- Beach Cleanup, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
- Water Sampling Demonstrations, 11 a.m., 12 p.m.
- Storm Drain Stenciling, 11 a.m. – 12 p.m.
- LIVE MUSIC ON THE BEACH by “7 come 11“! 12 p.m. – 2 p.m.
- Kids Coloring Contest: “Take the Day Off & Go Surfing” theme! 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
- FREE Pizza (while supplies last) from Woodstock’s Pizza 12 p.m.
PLUS: a grab-bag of Surfer’s Services:
- Doc’s Proplugs FREE ear checks and ear plug fittings, ALL DAY
- Advanced Chiropractic giving FREE consultation and adjustments, ALL DAY
- Richard Schmidt Surf School FREE surf lesson 10-12, first come, first served.
Please email us at ISD2010@surfridersantacruz.org to reserve your spot! Hurry, space will go VERY fast!
Keep checking back, more activities are added every day!
NOTE: For those of you who pay attention to dates, please realize ISD is usually celebrated on June 20 each year (longest day of year). HOWEVER, this year it runs smack head-on into “Fathers’ Day” and this really messed-up our planning for the event. Therefore, the Santa Cruz Chapter will celebrate INTERNATIONAL SURFING DAY on Saturday, June 19. However, on Sunday we are having a group surf session to celebrate ISD. Cowell’s Beach, 10am – 12pm. C’mon down and ride a wave with your POP for ISD!
Surfrider Santa Cruz has partnererd with Save the Waves Coalition to raise money for Chile disaster relief from the earthquake and tsunami that devastated hundresds of miles of Chile’s coast.
Wednesday, April 28th
The Crepe Place
1134 Soquel Avenue
Tuesday, APRIL 20, 7-8 p.m.
First Congregational Church
900 High Street, Santa Cruz
You’re invited to join the Surfrider Foundation and Environment California to learn more about the threat of offshore oil drilling and why it’s not the answer! We are hosting community meetings around the state of California to discuss the renewed push for offshore oil drilling and what can be done to safeguard local communities.
Tuesday, APRIL 20, 7-8 p.m.
Tuesday April 13th, 7-8:30 p.m.
Simpkins Swim Center
979 17th Ave, Santa Cruz
Josh Berry from the Save The Waves Coalition is going to be here to show slides and video from their recent earthquake relief trip to Chile and the ongoing situation there.
If you don’t know about Save The Waves, you should, because the group is one of the Surfrider Foundation’s “partners” in coastal preservation. STW does excellent work around the globe advocating for saving surf breaks threatened by coastal “development”. WHAT? DID YOU THINK THIS WAS ONLY A PROBLEM IN THE U.S.A?!
You really have to see this to believe it! STW was on it in Chile because they’ve been working to save the big-wave break at Santos Del Mar!