Special Halloween Cleanup Event with NEC and Surfrider Humboldt! This is also a costume contest! Best dressed wins a prize! So throw on your costume and kick-off Halloween by picking up some garbage monsters! See ya there!
When: Saturday Oct 31st 8:45am
Where: Samoa Boat Ramp
Thursday November 5th
Arcata Theater Lounge
Doors 6:30 Films 7
$3 Suggested Donation
STRANGE RUMBLINGS IN SHANGRI LA – A MIX OF HIGH PERFORMANCE SURFING AND STUNNING CINEMATOGRAPHY THAT DOCUMENTS OUR UNFORGETTABLE WORLDWIDE JOURNEY IN SEARCH OF SURFING’S OWN HOLY GRAIL.FROM THE FRIGID WATERS OF ICELAND TO THE TROPICAL BEAUTY OF MOZAMBIQUE. FROM DREAMY FRENCH BEACH BREAKS TO EXOTIC ISLANDS OFF THE COAST OF BRAZIL, AND INTO DEEPEST INDONESIA. SHOT IN 16MM FILM AND CREATED IN THE SPIRIT OF THE CLASSIC FILMSBY BRUCE BROWN AND JACQUES COUSTEAU, STRANGE RUMBLINGS IN SHANGRI LA WILL TAKE YOU ON AN ADVENTURE YOU WON’T SOON FORGET.
There Once was an Island – A climate change documentary following the lives of three people on a remote Pacific Atoll as their way of life comes under threat. Showing the human impact of what is fast becoming a global disaster, the film also reveals life on Takuu with anthropological sensitivity and depth.
Climate change, previously referred to as global warming, has been widely debated but there is now widespread agreement that it is very real. Its impact is affecting everything from global food production to coastal property sales.
For the people of Takuu the effects of climate change are obviously very personal and direct. Sea-level rise is killing their gardens and eating into their coastline. This puts pressure on their culture as more people stop traditional activities and decide to leave the island for opportunities elsewhere if they can get them.
Dear surfers and ocean enthusiasts,
It’s been a long time coming, but Surfrider is kicking things back into gear this month with our first of many to come regular members’ meeting! Come out to Plaza Grill Tuesday October 13th, 7:30pm. You don’t even have to be a member, this could be your chance to join!
The goal of this meeting is to bring us all together, talk story, and start brainstorming ways Surfrider can help make our local coastline a better place. We will also be discussing the turnover of our Executive Committee and welcoming our new Secretary and Volunteer Coordinator!
Want to learn more about Surfrider and how to become involved?
Have a good idea you’re bursting to share?
Need to have a beer after work?
This is the event for you!
We look forward to seeing you all there!