We are super excited to officially announce our first event of the year! We will be premiering an amazing 16mm surf film by our friend Jeremy Rumas (great lakes surfer), at The Logan Theater on April 25th from 2-4pm.
We were asked to help Goose Island Brewery develop their last Fulton & Wood (limited edition) beer of the year. After several rounds of tastings, the time has finally come to reveal what Goose Island has been working on with a beach bash in the middle of winter (the only proper way to do it in Chicago!).
The 2014 Surfrider Foundation Eastern U.S. Chapter Conference was held October 17th-19th in Ocean City, Maryland with good reason. Our brothers and sisters in Ocean City have a fight on their hands, as the Reflection Seismology and dredging involved to build a proposed off-shore wind farm would have serious impact on both marine life and the quality of surf.
Nearly 70,000 individuals between the ages of 15 and 39 are diagnosed with cancer each year. In additional to occupying the ‘no man’s land’ that exists between pediatric and adult oncology, these individuals face unique, long-term side effects that often go unaddressed. On Sunday, July 27th at Montrose Beach, we took a stand against young adult oncology where nearly 100 folks registered for our 3rd Annual Stand Up Paddleboard Race, Ride and Relay to Benefit Young Adult Cancer Survivors (SUP YACS).