Surf Re-Evolution- Celebrating the Hand-Made Craft

August 23rd, 2013, by Mike

We’ve been talking about it for months internally, inviting guest shapers and makers, reserving porta-potties, lining up food, music and films. It’s late summer, so of course we’re talking about the 3rd Annual Surf Re-Evolution, happening Saturday, September 28th, from 10am till well after the sun goes down.

This year we’re celebrating the Hand-Made Craft with more activities, demonstrations and hands-on opportunities then ever before, from board building, to wax making over an old fashioned wood stove. The Progress Project will be here sewing up handplane bags from recycled and repurposed banners. Artists such as Randy Gaetano, Joe Hodnicki of Sharing the Stoke and Ed from Enjoy Handplanes will be on hand offering the opportunity to try out different art forms. Jon Wegener will be here to talk about his finless creations, and Randy Budd will be on hand giving people a chance to carve their own miniature surfboard. You can even shape your own handplane and really make it your own with stencils, wood burnings.

Learn to glass, listen to experts talk about their crafts, meet Jesse from PowderJet Snowboards and check out his hand-made wooden snowboards, eat good local food from Vida Verde and Flatbread and enjoy cold beverages from our sponsors, Dogfish Head Craft Brewery and Smuttynose Brewing Company. Then stay till sundown for some live music, surf films shown on the side of the barn and of course we’ll wrap up the evening with a good old fashioned bonfire in the cow field.

We’ll start the day at Long Sands Beach for a board demo and to hang out with friends. Then we’ll move to the shop around 2pm for all the festivities. Buy tickets here and keep an eye on our event page for more information or follow us on Facebook. See you soon.

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One Response to “Surf Re-Evolution- Celebrating the Hand-Made Craft”

  1. Joe Says:

    Any chance ther will be camping available? Coming up from out of state. Let me know.-Joe

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