Miami ChapterThe Surfrider Foundation is a non-profit grassroots organization dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of our world’s oceans, waves and beaches. The Miami chapter was started by Wyatt Porter Brown and T.C over 10 years ago. Though there have been rough times, we’ve been growing ever since!
Surfrider is proud to partner with Ecomb to screen these important films .
When: Sunday, November 16 at 4-5:15pm E-Waste Tragedy screening
5:30 – 6 pre-reception with yummy snacks & healthy drinks
6 – 7:45 DamNation presented by Patagonia followed by Q&A
Where: Miami Beach Cinematheque, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
Cost(per film): $8 current Surfrider Foundation members; $11 non-members
Join us this Thursday night (10/16) at the beautiful Miami Beach Botanical Garden for our monthly community meeting. We’ll be showing some clips from Taj Burrow’s Fair Bits! movie along with free pizza and cerveza (for 21+). Afterwards, we will talk a bit of Surfrider business and work on planning out our upcoming events in November and December. We hope to see you Thursday from 7-9 PM. Aloha!
Saturday, Sept 27th, 6:45-11:45 pm @Miami Beach Botanical Garden
Surfrider Foundation will host a classic surf party fundraiser at the Garden featuring an awesome surf film: I Had Too Much to Dream Last Night, beer, wine, food truck, great raffle prizes and awesome ocean karma vibes.
Check the trailer: http://vimeo.com/91353649
Funds raised go toward Surfrider’s relentless protection of oceans, waves and beaches for the enjoyment of all.
Once again, this will be a #FreeFromPlasticsEVENT so bring your own mug or buy one of our brand new stainless Surfrider mugs.
Tickets: $10 Surfrider Members: $5
Surfrider Members will also have access to 50% off organic tees and reusable stainless steel mugs.
Join by Sept 22 to get the insider deals http://www.surfrider.org/membership?source=CH37
Sat, Sept 20, 8:30 am – 12 noon
We’ll cleaning up the beach from 62 – 79 Streets, Miami Beach
- meet at 71st Street on the beach by Surfrider Tent
Volunteers will be provided with supplies.
Check the site out here http://www.miamidadecoastalcleanup.org/why-volunteer/event-info/
Surfrider + Tropical Audubon screen PLASTIC PARADISE. It will change the way you live.
Friday, July 25, 7:30 pm @ 5530 Sunset Dr, S. Miami
Food truck, surf guitar band, Bird Bar
TAS & Surfrider members $5 ; Non-members $10 suggested donation
Be sure to mark International Surfing Day (June 20th) on your calendar. We’re working on planning a chapter gathering on South Beach. Once details are finalized the will be announced here.
International Surfing Day @ South Beach
date: Friday, June 20
event start: 4pm
event end: sunset
who: surfers, SUPers, kiteboarders, beach
how: look for Surfrider banner on the beach
ISD Instagram Contest
Surfrider national is inviting people everywhere to take a photo of their special place, whether that’s their local lake, river, ocean or other body of water or beach, and post it to their Instagram account for a chance to win a prize pack that includes a Surfrider Foundation membership, Firewire surfboard, Billabong wetsuit, Spy sunglasses, Volkswagen and ZeeBerry.com gear, and more!
We’re encouraging participants to take pictures of their special place(s) and enter our contest by posting their pictures to their Instagram profile Friday, June 20 through Sunday, June 22. To be considered, participants must tag @Surfrider and include the hashtags #ISD14 and #MySpecialPlace.
Saturday, May 17 from 11:00 am – 12:15 pm
5th Street and ocean’s edge, Miami Beach (we plan to get enough people in the line to stretch from 3rd – 7th Street)
Please join us for this fun, community event. Bring friends, family, neighbors and plan for a nice day at the beach. Alternative transportation & carpooling encouraged!
11-11:50 beach/chill/swim + 11:50 get everyone lined + 12 noon, join hands in solidarity for 10 minutes.
We know fossil fuel burning is contributing to ocean acidification and sea level rise. Let’s head down a better path.
Thursday, May 15, 7-9:15 PM
Miami Beach Botanical Garden
Alex Gibbs, Senior Forecaster with the National Weather Service, will speak at our community meeting this month. Gibbs posseses a keen understanding of and passion for nearshore wave modeling.
This will be a treat for the hard-core surf community, the amatuer wave forecasters among us (where’s Pete Ferrer?) and the public safety community since Gibb’s talk will include rip current dynamics.
Surfrider will also update the community on key initiatives, activism options, serve pizza & beer and flash some hot surf footage on the screen.
Saturday, April 26, 8:45 am – 1 pm
82nd Street Beach just West of beach dune at North Shore Open Space Park – meter parking on street
Surfrider Miami will be back in the dunes returning them to their healthy, natural state with a solid team of volunteers including employees of our guest corporate sponsor Metro 1, advocates for sustainable real estate solutions www.metro1.com who will be making a generous donation to the Chapter so we can continue our protection of oceans, waves and beaches.
Surfrider will supply all instruction, equipment, snacks, cold water, waivers and community service forms. Wear solid shoes, bring a refillable water bottle (we will NOT have any single use plastics on the beach) and sunscreen. Kids under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
After we’re done, time to jump in and cool down in the beautiful Atlantic Ocean!