*NEW* 4-Day Board Building Class at Surfing Heritage Foundation

June 5th, 2013, by Mike

We’re stoked to let you know that we’ve added a new class to our summer schedule, Wednesday July 31st- Saturday August 3rd at the Surfing Heritage & Culture Center in San Clemente, California.

Like our previous class there, each student can choose from any shape that we offer as a HomeGrown Kit. Tuition includes all of the materials, tools and instruction plus breakfast and lunch each day. All you need to bring is your open mind and enthusiasm for the process. Each student takes home his or her own board at the end of the class, built, shaped and ready for glass. We even include the zero-VOC epoxy, fiberglass, hardware and instructions so you can glass it yourself.

Because we’re a little late getting this class pulled together, we’re going to ask any interested students to sign up as soon as possible. We have a lot of prep work to do, plus arrange our travel plans. We’d love to have at least 4 people signed up by the end of June, so if you’re interested, check your schedule and let us know. And if you can get a group of your friends together to fill the class… even better. We might even be able to give you a deal on tuition. You can sign up right on our website or reach out to us anytime with questions at 207-457-5313 or info@grainsurfboards.com.

In addition to this class, our hope is to combine this trip with a 1-2 week demo tour around Southern California. So if you’ve wanted to get on our boards and haven’t had the chance, keep an eye on our site for updates. We’re looking forward to seeing you soon.

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One Response to “*NEW* 4-Day Board Building Class at Surfing Heritage Foundation”

  1. John Cook Says:

    I hope you have space still, I was lucky enough to ride one of your boards on your first trip West.
    Haven’t stopped thinking about building one with you guys.

    If you are full, please let me know your ” tour” dates, so can say hello.



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