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July 19, 2015

Santa Cruz Celebrates 130 Years of Surfing

Photo by Garrick Ramirez Photo by Garrick Ramirez

Santa Cruz is the birthplace of surfing on the US mainland, and this Sunday marks 130 years since those three Hawaiian princes visited the area and were inspired to surf redwood planks on the Monterey Bay. Don't miss this awesome event where "some of Santa Cruz surfing’s most illustrious names — Peter Mel, Josh Mohr, Tyler Fox, Anthony “Tazzy” Tashnick — will take the redwood boards out at Cowell’s for a surfing experience that few living people have ever had before" - Santa Cruz Sentinel. Check out all of Sunday's event details below: Pro Surfers Ride Replica Boards at Cowell's

LOCATION:
Cowell's Beach
Beach Street
Santa Cruz, CA

TIME:
8am - 10am

Public Paddle-Out
LOCATION:
San Lorenzo River Mouth
Beach Street near end of the Boardwalk
Santa Cruz, CA

TIME:
11am

Luau Celebration
LOCATION:
Museum of Art & History
705 Front Street
Santa Cruz, CA

TIME:
Afternoon

For even more details, read the full Sentinel article here.

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