Central Florida ChapterThe Surfrider Foundation is a grassroots, non-profit, environmental organization that works to protect our oceans, waves, and beaches. Founded in 1984, Surfrider Foundation’s most important coastal environmental work is carried out by Surfrider Foundation’s 60 chapters located along the East, West, Gulf, Puerto Rican, and Hawaiian coasts. More Details
Title: Future 6 Clothing CFL Surfrider benefit
Location: Th Social 44 N. Orange Ave Downtown Orlando
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Description: Concert benefit for CFL Surfrider Foundation at the Social
featuring Say Never, Love Juice, Soul Switch, and Noe’l Willaims
Start Time: 9p
Join Central Florida Surfrider Foundation for
Hands Across the Sand
Saturday June 25th, 2011
11am Lori Wilson park, Cocoa Beach
For Clean Oceans, Beaches, Air and Water
Monday June 20th,
Central Florida Surfrider hosts Surfing Magazine’s
International Surfing Day:
4pm – 7:30pm
Stand Up Paddleboarding at Dinky Dock in Winter Park.
Wave of Wellness and Paddleboard Orlando will have boards for a free
Stand Up Paddleboard clinic.
Great summer day fun on the water for the kids and family.
410 Ollie Ave – Winter Park, FL 32789
Join us at The Central Florida Surf Art Gallery,
444 New England Ave #114 Winter Park, 32789
Resident artist Toby Hayes features his awesome oil paintings of surf and everything ocean. Guest artist Greg Hall has brought in his paintings and authentic Lighting Bolt surfboards from Hawaii, including Reno and Lopez. Greg also handcarved replicas of ancient Hawaiian Koa wood longboards ridden by The DUKE and Eddie Akai.
We’ll have live music by Gabe Gomez and JJ Pateshell, movies and burritos by Chipotle. We will also have a final raffle for the 6’4″ Mayo retro fish, signed by Rob Machado at his Melali Sessions. Congratulations to Joe Demers for our last raffle of the Tom Neilson Surfrider board.
KELLY SLATER EXHIBIT TO OPEN AT COCOA BEACH SURF MUSEUM
April 23, 2011 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM at 4275 North Atlantic Ave. (A1A) (Ron Jons Watersport Building) Cocoa Beach, FL www.cocoabeachsurfmuseum.org
“Any museum in the world could do a Kelly Slater exhibit, but none can tell the story like Cocoa Beach.” On display: Kelly’s surfboards, studies of the evolution of Kelly’s surfing, installations by artist Bruce Reynolds, and authentic memorabilia donated by Kelly himself, his family and his friends. Experience Kelly’s meteoric rise from childhood prodigy to Pipeline Master, big wave charger, and international superstar.
The grand opening of the KS10 exhibit will be held at 7:00 PM on Saturday, April 23rd, on the weekend of the Easter Surfing Festival. The event is sponsored by Florida Today. Tickets for the party include food and drinks, and will be sold at the door for $25. There will be live music by the Aquanuts and Honey Miller.
Seminole County Council is having a hearing to discuss the existence of Wekiwa Island Park. Today, Tuesday October 26th 2p. Please let your voice be heard. Seminole County Council building Sanford, FL.
September 25th 2010: RSVP at the Facebook Event Page
Help us clean up the St. Johns! Volunteer and roll up your sleeves. Lets see how many pounds of garbage we can collect in 2 hours! See you there!
St. Johns RIVERKEEPER Sites:
- Hollybrook Park (210 Leland Street. Jax, 32254)
- Northbank Riverwalk (YMCA)
- Wayne Stevens Boat Ramp
Putnam County Sites:
A clean up of the St. Johns River and the following locations:
Veteran’s Park, East Palatka
East Palatka Boat Ramp
The adventure begins on the 25th at 8:00 a.m. Palatka Riverfront, Veterans Park where supplies for registrants will be distributed to commence the morning activities. We will need volunteers to assist with the clean up, and volunteers with boats which will enable us to get to Murphy’s Island.
For more information, please call Program Coordinator (WAV) Jose Artigas at (386)290-5316 or Keep Putnam Beautiful at (386)325-9598, email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
WHAT: “UCF Gives to the Gulf Festival & Concert” A benefit to raise money for Gulf Oil Spill relief efforts, brought to you by CFL Surfrider and UCF ATO Fraternity.
WHEN: 12:00 p.m. Saturday, August 28th, 2010
WHERE: Memory Mall on the University of Central Florida main campus, right in front of the arena. North Gemini Boulevard, Orlando, FL 32816
Join us for “UCF Gives to the Gulf” this Saturday, August 28th. The ATO Fraternity and CFL Surfrider are holding a fesitval and concert, with 100% of the proceeds going to relief efforts for the Deep Water Horizon oil spill.
There will be live entertainment, as well as food and refreshments provided by local businesses and student organizations. The overall goal is to raise money and show that we can all make a difference during this time of crisis.
Want a booth or looking to volunteer? Please contact Bill at firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
More details at: www.ucfgivesforthegulf.org