NEW LOCATION: Patagonia Georgetown!
It's time for the chapter's monthly meeting! All are welcome, whether you're a Surfrider member or not.
We'll be talking about the Fall OBX surf trip, DC's styrofoam ban, and activism opportunities. Come hang with your Surfrider buddies, talk waves, and grab a beer with everyone after the meeting!
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Photo credit: Rachel Patterson
TIME CHANGE: we’re now meeting at 8pm.
On Wednesday, September 2nd, join the DC Chapter of the Surfrider Foundation for updates and information about upcoming volunteer opportunities, surf trips, and ways to care for our oceans and waterways. Meeting starts at 7pm on the second floor of the Lululemon store in Georgetown. See you there!
Where: Lululemon Georgetown (Google Maps)
When: Wednesday, September 2, 8pm
Who: open to all, including non-members
Do you surf and live in DC? There’s a rare surf event happening in DC tonight, August 21.
The Surfing Heritage and Culture Center organized a Luau tonight to honor Endless Summer: https://surfingheritage.webconnex.com/SHACCNationalLuau
Lots of surf legends in attendance:
Bruce Brown, Robert August, Mike Hynson, Bob Bagley, Paul Strauch, Joey Cabell, Greg Noll, Fred Hemmings, Tom Morey (inventor of the Morey Bogey Board), PT Townend, Henry Ford, Jerricho Poppler, Mimi Munro,Bill Yerkes, Peter Pan, Dick Catri, Tony Caramanico, and Sean Slater.
Wingnut is the MC! Wingnut!
There is a silent and live auction with lots of boards and a Robert August Costa Rica Experience! Crew from Endless Summer will be on stage chatting about the movie.
Come to Lululemon in Georgetown TONIGHT, Wednesday, August 5, at 7pm for the chapter’s August meeting. This meeting is open to all, including non-members.
We’ll discuss chapter executive committee nominations, tabling opportunities for volunteers, OBX Fall surf trip, and more! As always, we’ll grab drinks after the meeting at a local establishment.
Come join us for an Anacostia River cleanup in honor of Surfrider volunteer David Stemper at Bladensburg Waterfront Park this Saturday,July 18, 9:30am. Canoes will be provided for all volunteers. Supplies and refreshments will also be provided.
Be sure to dress appropriately for the weather and the strong likelihood of getting wet and muddy. Wear sunblock and a hat, bring a water bottle, etc.
This boathouse is located just north of the city, and is always an area in great need. Map on Facebook and Meetup.
Previous cleanups have unearthed hundreds of plastic bottles, chip bags, sport balls, shopping carts, car bumpers, and tires.
Hope to see you there!