Protecting Oceans, Waves and Beaches since 1984
* October Beach Clean UpOctober Beach Clean Up
Time: 11:00 am
Join us for our Monthly beach clean up at Seabright State Beach (by whale entrance). Anyone of any age is welcome and invited to help. These clean-ups also provide a source of community volunteer work as required of students in many local schools, clubs and colleges. So bring your sturdy shoes, water, and sunblock. Please bring, if possible, your own reusable cleanup items to cut down on waste we produce in cleaning up as well, such as buckets/reusable bags, work or garden gloves. Drop-in and groups are welcome! We also encourage participants to bring their own gloves, grabbers, or buckets. Come on down and help save the beach!
* Save our Surf SwellebrationSave our Surf Swellebration
Time: 6:00 pm
YOU are invited to help us thank Couch Distributing and our wonderful volunteers who have kept our chapter strong and visible in the community for the past year! We will be celebrating what we love, our oceans, waves, and beaches! We will be honoring our long time contributors like Couch Distributing who supports us and our Save the Surf program, and has donating $210,000 over the past 21 years! Live music provided by Wavetones and Reverbnation! All active members will receive a free drink and appetizers will be provided. If your membership is not active, you can join/renew at the event! Come down and meet your fellow Surfrider members and Chapter program leaders as we look back at an amazing year in 2016! Surfrider is a ALL VOLUNTEER CHAPTER, there are no paid positions. You can learn how you can get involved and help us protect what we love, our oceans, waves, and beaches! It’s your beach, your ocean, your waves, and your Surfrider Chapter, so Join Us---Help Us— and Support your Local Chapter! This event is family friendly and open to the public! We hope to see you there!
* Sharktober Chapter MeetingSharktober Chapter Meeting
Time: 7:00 pm
We are super stoked to welcome Sean Van Sommeran from the Pelagic Shark Research Foundation who will help us learn more about their conservation efforts for white sharks and answering questions about "Sharktober". Please join us at 7pm, this meeting is free and open to the public. Drinks, food, and beer (21+) will be provided. More info about Sean here: http://www.pelagic.org/overview/newscientist.html Check out their website at: http://www.pelagic.org/