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!
Join us for a double feature film screening fundraiser party featuring:
“3 Killas y un Kiwi” by Marina Zawisza - introduces Latin American female surfers to the world – East Coast Premier
“Tropically Yours” by David Malcolm - features red hot surfing in exotic, tropical locales
Attendees will enjoy music, food trucks, beer/wine/refreshments, exciting raffle prizes, an eco-village showcasing Surfrider and local environmental groups, and interaction with the local surfing community. All funds raised support Surfrider Miami’s mission to protect and improve Miami’s beach playground.
To get your advance tickets, visit:
WHO: Surfrider members, Marina Zawisza, film maker, Sofia Mulanovich, former ASP champ and current WCT Pro from Peru, Ornella Pellizzari, WCT Pro from Argentina, surfers, extreme sport enthusiasts and local beach lovers!
WHEN: Friday, November 22nd, 2013 from 7:00pm – 11:30pm
7:00 – doors open, party & food trucks
8:15 – Tropically Yours – courtesy of David Malcolm & Transworld Surf
9:00 – Raffle prizes, music, Surfrider announcements, networking
10:00 – 3 Killas y Un Kiwi screening with Marina, Sofia and Ornella – thanks to LAN Airlines
10:45 – Party continues, music, grand prize giveaway
WHERE: Miami Beach Botanical Gardens (2000 Convention Center Drive, Miami Beach)
$10 in advance (http://surfridermiami-3killasmovie.brownpapertickets.com/), $15 at door Food will be available for purchase and beer, wine & soft drinks will be available for suggested donation.
Special thanks goes out to our sponsors:
SUPers are being called upon to get together for a beach cleanup and paddle on Saturday, Nov. 16th 2013 from 9am to 12pm! This will be no ordinary cleanup, instead we want you to help us get the trash out of the water while on your board! We will provide gloves and tools to help you with the efforts, while you rise and shine to the occasion. We will be meeting across the street from MAST Academy, look for the Surfrider banner!
Don’t forget to bring your trash collectors (net bags, baskets, etc) and, of course, reusable water bottles for your fill ups!
Surfrider is partnering with FIU’s Office of University Sustainability on Oct 16th and the Union of Concerned Scientists at the Miami Museum of Science on Oct 17th for special screenings of this important new documentary. Check out shoredupmovie.com and this flyer.
This is the Miami portion of the larger International Coastal Cleanup that happens every September and sponsored by the Ocean Conservancy . Event details here http://
Surfrider Foundation Miami will be out in force to improve OUR BEACH. Please register for the stretches that Surfrider is coordinating at site #s 30 & 31 here http://
head down to Lincoln Road for the Under the Sea rally where a “walking ocean” brings Sea Level Rise to life hosted by 350.0rg
When: August 17, 2013 (Saturday), 9am to noon
Where: 79th Street Beach/North Shore Park Miami Beach
Hope you can make it! This is an area where we’ve done a lot of work and feel like we’ve had a big impact on the beach environment. We’re nearing completion of this area.
Surfrider is teaming with Ecomb’s Cinema Green series to feature an incredible documentary featuring red-hot surfer Dave Rastovich.
Tuesday, July 16th – 2 shows: 7 & 9 PM
Miami Beach Cinematheque, 1130 Washington Ave. First Floor, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Minds in the Water is a award winning documentary following the quest of professional surfer Dave Rastovich and his friends to protect dolphins, whales and the oceans they all share. Through Dave’s journey—a five-year adventure spanning the globe from Australia to the Galapagos, Tonga, California, Alaska and Japan—we see one surfer’s quest to activate his community to help protect the ocean and its inhabitants.
Hurry! Seating is limited and will likely sell out!
WHAT: Hands Across the Sand: Mass Gathering - YES to Clean Energy and NO to Offshore Oil Drilling
Surfrider Dune Restoration: Volunteer removal of invasive species to restore natural habitat and health of beach dune. Surfrider Miami partnering with Urban Paradise Guild
WHEN: Saturday, May 18 – Dune Restore 8:30-11 am - Hands Across the Sand 11:30-12:15
WHY: A healthy Coastal Economy requires healthy Beaches. The future of Miami depends on clean energy!
WHERE: Miami Beach (SoBe), on the Beach at 6th Street – look for Surfrider tent
DETAILS for Dune Restoration Surfrider volunteers & a certified biologist will provide instruction, gloves, equipment, cold water & snacks, community & community service forms. Signed waivers req’d by all participants. Young kids must be accompanied by adult. Wear solid shoes – no sandals! Bring re-fillable water bottle.
Jim Moriarty, Surfrider CEO, visited the Florida chapters to get a pulse on our local issues. He started with our chapter and was greeted by spring break trash on the beach. Check the VIDEO BLOG POST HERE!
The BAG MONSTER joined the beach visit – its first reported sighting in Miami !
Moriarty also broke bread with the Miami Chapter volunteer executive committee over some local Haitian food, learned about our leaky sewer pipes, the proposed Army Corps breakwater project and toured our nicely progressing dune restoration project up in North Beach.
Have you taken the My Beach pledge? See upper right corner of our page!