This is a past event.West Marine, “Cruising for a Cause” happened on October 3, 2013, 6-9 P.M. The festivities took place during West Marine’s Grand Opening of its flagship store at 3433 Via Lido, Newport Beach (close to the Lido Theater). For the $10 ticket, attendees received food, beverages, and entertainment provided by West Marine. All ticket sales and live auction benefited local non-profit environmental organizations like ours.
This is a past event. Thanks to the AD2 Orange County for raising dollars for our chapter.
• Prizes, games, entertainment and a chance to mix and mingle
• 100-plus in attendance
• Meet Surfrider Foundation Representatives
What: The Orange County Advertising Federation is hosting the 5
Gazebo in Newport Beach. This location will be used to host games, acoustic music, vendors, art, prizes, and
entertainment all benefitting the Surfrider Foundation of Newport Beach, Huntington Beach and Seal Beach.
The Orange County Advertising Federation invites you to enjoy some great food as we celebrate summer in
SoCal and party under the setting sun.
5th ANNUAL END OF SUMMER BEACH BASH
Thursday, Sept. 19
Information on Surfrider Foundation: www.surfrider.org
Where: Grassy Area in front of Cabo Cantina: 100 Main Street, Newport Beach, CA 92661
Media Contact and Event Information
Orange County Advertising Federation
– 6:30- 8:30 pm
Our Chapter will be partnering up with OC public works to clean up inside the Santa Ana River Channel. We will be wanting lots of volunteers on that day. Let us know if you can help spread the word. We will be by Bard Park in Huntington Beach from 9 to noon. More information will be here soon.
This is a past event. Fortunately we were able to save Trestles again. For more information
Information about our monthly cleanups:
Our beach cleanup is held on the first Saturday of the month currently at the Huntington Beach side of the Santa Ana River Channel for the excellent opportunity of parking. Generally from 9 AM until 11 AM. We have all the supplies – bags, gloves, etc. Volunteers are advised to wear sunscreen and bring layers of clothing as the afternoons can get windy and cool (though summer months are warmer). We do require volunteers or their parents/guardians to sign a waiver, which we have at the cleanups and on this web site. There is no need to RSVP beforehand for cleanups, but we appreciate hearing about large groups. Please check our web site a day or two ahead to be sure our cleanup going as planned. For more information email Michelle at email@example.com
This was a past event and ended being our best Santa Ana River cleanup ever. Serendipity was in the air. It was cool, plenty of parking and lots of volunteers to pick up most of the trash that was somehow centrally located for us. Thanks to all who helped out and please comment here with photos if possible.
If you need more information, feel fee to contact me.
Dear Surfrider Member,
I am very concerned about a massive seawater desalination factory proposed for construction in Huntington Beach. And you should be too. Why? Because what is being proposed will pollute the ocean, harm marine life and cause dangerous greenhouse gas emissions. Furthermore the astronomical cost of this new “factory on the beach” will undermine better alternatives like water recycling and our Ocean Friendly Gardens program – alternatives that will restore and improve our coast and ocean environment while still meeting our water supply needs.
Please join Surfrider members from across Southern California, local residents and other environmental organizations at an important meeting of the Huntington Beach City Council:
WHEN: May 6 at 6pm
WHERE: Huntington Beach — City Council Chambers
2000 Main St, Huntington Beach, CA 92648
Click here for directions.
As we all know, it isn’t easy to fight a wealthy corporation who stands to make a huge profit at the expense of our ocean. Surfrider Foundation has worked for over a decade opposing this destructive desalination proposal. Unfortunately, the millions of dollars spent on lobbying by Poseidon Resources, the Connecticut corporation who wants to build these factories up and down the coast, has gained the support of decision-makers – UNTIL NOW!
In what could be a “game changer”, the Huntington Beach City Council will be meeting to decide whether to send a letter to the Coastal Commission supporting denial of the Coastal Development Permit. Of course, Surfrider Foundation will be making the same request of the Coastal Commission.
If we want to restore and protect our precious coast and ocean, we need to encourage City Council members to do the right thing. Please join me, and our local members and partners, in Huntington Beach on May 6 and let the City Council know you’re opposed to a desalination factory that will:
– kill marine life through an antiquated seawater intake system;
– pollute the ocean from the discharge of brine and cleaning chemicals;
– disturb coastal wetlands and the wildlife struggling to survive;
– and waste enormous amounts of energy, adding to the problems of climate change
And, Orange County doesn’t need the water from this proposal and the smarter water agencies don’t want to pay the enormous costs.
For our coasts and ocean – thank you,
Water Programs Manager
Join us on May 15 as Surfrider Foundation Legal Director, Angela Howe, updates us on the continued fight to save Trestles from the Toll Road development. Angela will also be updating us on other Surfrider Foundation activities.
The meeting is being hosted at the Yoki Shop and Almond Surfboards. Bring a beach/lawn chair and a used beach towel and enjoy BBQ burger Wednesday.
See you there:
2429 W. Coast Highway, Newport Beach, from 6:30pm