The theme of this year’s ISD is “Protect & Enjoy”.
Every day, the Surfrider Foundation and the volunteer activist network, work hard to protect our coasts. This year on, International Surfing Day (ISD), we pause to celebrate and enjoy the beaches we all love. While we band together to enjoy the stoke of surfing, we also aim to raise awareness of threats to our precious coastline.
The theme of this year’s ISD is “Protect & Enjoy” on June 16th from 10am-2pm prarticipate at Surfers’ Point Cove for a very special event!
A Walk on Water (AWOW) will be demonstrating Surf Therapy from 10-12. AWOW works closely with their local communities to help those most in need experience the calming and therapeutic effects of the electrifying, living ocean.
From 10-12, Ohana Surf Camp will be giving beginner surf lessons. Ohana’s Surf Camp mission is to inspire the next generation to become stewards of the ocean.
On shore activities, snacks and drinks will be provided throughout the event.
Discounts on wetsuit and surfboard rentals from Seaward Surf and Sport and Rip Curl will be given when you mention ISD!
As if that wasn’t enough! From 2pm on, join in at Leashless Brewing at 585 E. Thompson for 25% off their craft beer, live music and a raffle fundraiser for your local, beloved Surfrider VC chapter!