July 23, 2014

Volunteer to win Jack Johnson tickets

Aloha Friends,

We are excited to announce two great opportunities for you to help us achieve our mission of protecting the North Shore while also giving yourself the chance to win two free tickets to Jack Johnson’s upcoming concerts at the Waikiki Shell on August 1st and 2nd.

Pūpūkea Paumalū Community Stewardship:

Please join us on July 26th from 9:00 to 11:30 am at the Sunset Beach Community Park (adjacent to Sunset Elem.) for a family-friendly community work day at the Pūpūkea Paumalū State Park Reserve.  Stewardship activities will include removing invasive species and rubbish, and planting over 300 native plants in some badly eroded areas.  Additionally, NSCLT will provide the necessary supplies for kids to decorate new picnic tables that will subsequently be placed somewhere nice in the Park Reserve. Please bring any tools that you think would be helpful for the activities we have planned (gloves, handsaws, pickaxes, shovels, weedwackers, etc.). We will provide light refreshments and snacks and a lucky volunteer will be randomly selected to win two tickets to Jack Johnson’s upcoming concert. If you would like to participate in this community workday please RSVP to tim@northshoreland.org.

Can’t make the Workday, but still want to support us and see Jack play?

Not to worry, you can still do so by participating in our upcoming Pledge Drive!

NSCLT is proud to share that we are teaming up with Jack Johnson on his 2014 From Here To Now To You Tour and All At Once, a social action network connecting nonprofits with people who want to become active in their local and world community. All At Once comes to life online at www.AllAtOnce.org and at the Jack Johnson concerts where you can get educated, get inspired, and connect face-to-face with us and other local and national non-profits. All At Once promotes sustainable local food systems and plastic free initiatives and encourages action through the Capture Your Commitment campaign.

Pledge Drive Details: Jack Johnson’s charity is matching donations contributed to us up to a total of $2500.  Make a contribution right now and your money will be doubled by the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation! You can also win two tickets to see Jack play by participating in NSCLT’s pledge drive from now through July 25th 2014.  The person who is able to secure the highest amount of pledged funds will receive two free tickets to the August 1st show and the person who is able to gather the highest number of pledges, regardless of the total dollar amount, will receive two free tickets to the August 2nd show.

Your Support Matters! Your pledges of support will help North Shore Community Land Trust’s exciting initiatives including the Second Annual North Shore Food Summit (September 11th and 12th 2014), Mālama Kawela-Kahuku Conservation Partnership, Pūpūkea Paumalu Community Stewardship, and

Land Conservation Throughout the North Shore Region.

For Pledge Drive Details or any questions please contact Tim Tybuszewski at tim@northshoreland.org.

October 13, 2013

A big Mahalo to Noelani Studios, classes to be donated from October 19-25th

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Noelani Studios October 2013 Schedule
66-437 Kamehameha Highway Haleiwa, HI 96712
www.NoelaniStudios.com/(808) 389-3709
**One Week of FREE Classes Oct. 19th-25th**
Donations accepted for Surfrider Foundation
Mondays
8:00– 9:00a Funk And Tone w/ Emilia
9:00-10:15a Vinyasa Flow w/ Ella (Level 2-3)
11:00-12:15p Yoga Basics (All Levels) w/ Ella (ages 10+up)
5:00-6:00p Contemporary Dance w/ Aliison
6:30-7:45p Yin Yoga w/ Rebecca (All Levels)
Tuesdays
7:30-8:30a Hatha Flow w/ Francesca (Level 2-3)
9:00-10:00a Pilates w/ Carli
11:00-12:15p Yoga for Surfers w/ Kiran (Level 2-3)
3:00– 3:30p Tiny Keiki Dance w/ Allison (2.5-4 year olds)
3:30– 4:00p Keiki Dance w/ Allison (5-7 year olds)
4:00-4:45p Keiki Dance w/ Allison (8-12 year olds)
5:15-6:30p Prenatal Yoga w/ Noelani (All Levels)
6:30– 7:45p Kundalini Yoga w/ Noelani (All Levels)
Wednesdays
8:00-9:00a Tai Chi w/ Jason
9:00-10:15a Kundalini Yoga w/ Noelani (All Levels)
11:00– 12:15p Mom and Baby Yoga w/ Lindsey
2:30-3:15p Hip Hop w/ Allison (4-8 year olds)
3:30– 4:15p Hip Hop w/ Allison (9-12 year olds)
4:30-5:30p Contemporary Dance w/ Allison
6:00-7:15p Yoga for Surfers w/ Sheila (Level 2-3)
Thursdays
7:30-8:30a Hatha Flow w/Francesca (Level 2-3)
9:00-10:15a Prenatal Yoga w/ Emily (All Levels)
11:00-12:15p Yoga Basics w/ Kristin (All Levels) **
4:00-5:00p Zumba w/ Marcia
6:00-7:30p Shake your Asana w/ Christy (Level 2-3)
Fridays
8:00-9:00a Tai Chi w/ Jason
9:00 -10:15a Kundalini Yoga w/ Noelani (All Levels)
11:00 -12:15p Slow Vinyasa Flow w/ Collette (All Levels)
Saturdays
9:00-10:15 a Yoga Basics w/ Sheila (All Levels)
11:00-12:15p Hatha Yoga w/ Rebecca (All Levels)
Sundays
11:00-12:15p Hatha Yoga w/ Rebecca (All Levels)

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October 13, 2013

Surfrider October Events & Beach Cleanup

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October 11, 2013

New documentary “Plastic Paradise: The Great Pacific Garbage Patch,” at Hawaii International Film Festival (HIFF) on Thursday., 10/17, at 6:00 pm – Dole Cannery Theaters

As part of Surfrider’s Rise Above Plastics month, we are pleased to support the new documentary “Plastic Paradise: The Great Pacific Garbage Patch,” which premiers at the Hawaii International Film Festival (HIFF) on Thur., 10/17, at Dole Cannery Theaters at6:00pm.  Surfrider will be doing a Q&A with the director Angela Sun right after the film and hosting an after-party at CoXist Studio on 331 Keawe St. in Kakaako from 8:00-whenever.  The film will also show on Sun., 10/20, at 11:00am at Dole Theaters. Find out more & buy tickets here: Plastic Paradise.

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August 28, 2013

September Meeting at Surfer, The Bar – Talk Story with Shaun Tomson – Wednesdays 9/4 at Turtle Bay

Join the Surfrider Foundation on Wednesday, September 4th from 7:30pm to 10:30pm at the Surfer, The Bar at Turtle Bay Resort.  ** This will be in lieu of our monthly general meeting but we will be meeting at 6:30 in the lobby outside of Surfer, The Bar to mingle and talk about upcoming events, for anyone who would like to join SF before the Talk Story session begins at 7:30.

1977 world champion surfer, Pipeline Master, film producer & author, South Africa’s Shaun Tomson remains surfing’s consummate professional after more than 30 years. In the winter of 1975, Shaun was a key player of the revolutionary Bustin’ Down the Door era on Oahu’s North Shore. Shaun’s own story is one of success, optimism, inspiration and leadership. He will be talking about his inspirational book “The Code”

Ticket sales ($10) – proceeds donated to Surfrider Foundation.

If you can’t make it to the event in person, you can watch it LIVE at surferthebar.com

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Join us for a special 6-week Talk Story + Film series, Wednesdaynights at7:30pmfrom Sept. 4 through Oct. 9 at Surfer The Bar, Turtle Bay Resort.
Hear the stories & watch the films of our world renowned guests.
100% of ticket sales to non-profit groups. TICKETS $10 advance purchase.
For more information: info@northshorewatershed.com

9/4: Shaun Tomson + Bustin’ Down The Door.
World champion surfer, Pipeline Master, film producer & successful author, South Africa’s Shaun Tomson remains surfing’s consummate professional after more than 30 years of major contributions to the sport. In the winter of 1975, Shaun was a key player of the revolutionary Bustin’ Down the Door era on Oahu’s North Shore – a time in surfing that changed its course forever. In addition to producing this Award Winning film, Shaun’s own story is one of success, optimism, inspiration and leadership. View trailer here.
Ticket sales to Surfrider Foundation. PURCHASE TICKETS

9/11: Derek Hoffmann & Mike Prickett + Fiberglass & Megapixels.
Multi award-winning film Fiberglass & Megapixels sheds light on the highly specialized and competitive occupations of surf photographers and surf cinematographers. What does it take to capture the stunning and mercurial imagery of surfing at the sport’s ultimate arena and proving ground of Oahu’s North Shore? Produced and directed by brothers Derek & Craig Hoffmann, Derek will be joined by internationally acclaimed underwater cinematographer Mike Prickett to talk story about their profession and present the film. Let them take you behind the camera and into the rarely shared world of surfing’s top lensmen. View trailer here.

Ticket sales to Kokua Hawaii Foundation. PURCHASE TICKETS HERE

9/18: Clyde Aikau/Paul Taublieb + Hawaiian: The Legend of Eddie Aikau.
Eddie Aikau is a Hawaiian hero: pioneer big-wave rider, lifeguard, peacemaker, traditional voyager. His closest friend and lifeguard partner through his life was his youngest brother Clyde Aikau. Clyde will join film producer Paul Taublieb to talk about Eddie’s life, spirit, achievements and ultimate contributions that went far beyond big wave riding and deep into the heart of Hawaiian culture to make him a time-tested hero. View trailer here.
Ticket sales to The Eddie Aikau Foundation.  PURCHASE TICKETS HERE

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July 30, 2013

Tickets now available: John Kelly Awards November 16th, 2013

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The Surfrider Foundation Oahu Chapter is proud to announce the John Kelly Environmental Achievement Awards on November 16th from 6pm to 11pm at Waimea Valley.  The event will feature dinner, silent auction and live music.  This year, the live music performances will be brought by:

Cynth & The What’s His Faces http://www.reverbnation.com/cynthandthewhf

Taimane Gardner http://www.taimane.com/main/

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Surfrider Oahu’s John Kelly Environmental Achievement Awards recognize those who have made the greatest contributions towards protecting or enhancing our coastal community and environment. John Kelly, for whom the award is named, was the original recipient of the Lifetime Achievement category. For decades, Kelly led many environmental crusades on O‘ahu. The John Kelly Perpetual Trophy is a small koa surfboard, beautifully shaped as a board from the early days of Waikiki, when the water and the sand were clean, there were no groins or jetties, and there was plenty of beach access. Sadly, John Kelly passed away in 2007, but through this annual event he will be remembered and honored by the Surfrider Foundation.

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Held each year in honor of John Kelly, the Awards Ceremony honors those individuals and organizations that have followed in his footsteps and continued his legacy of environmental leadership. Below is a list of previous winners, all of whom are invited to attend the event:

Previous Winners

Lifetime Achievement

Hawaii-Based Company

Professional Surfer

2012

Charles Moore

Mu`umu`u Heaven

Torrey Meister

2011

Cora Sanchez

Kona Brewing Company

Kyle Thiermann

2010

Mark Cunningham

Honolulu Weekly

Duane DeSoto

2009

Yvon Chouinard

Bill Braden

The Malloy Brothers

2008

Shaun Tomson

Styrophobia

Dave Rastovich

2007

Randy Rarick

Pacific Biodiesel

James Pribram

2006

Peter Cole

Schnitzer Steel Hawaii

Pancho Sullivan

2005

Larry McElheny

Brushfire Records

Rochelle Ballard

2004

George Downing

Oceanit

Kelly Slater

2003

John Kelly

Patagonia – Haleiwa

Rob Machado

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February 16, 2013

A Big Mahalo to everyone who came out to Turtle Bay Beach Cleanup! Check out the photos!

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A warm mahalo to all te volunteers who came out to the Turtle Bay/North Shore Beach Cleanup at James Campbell National Refuge!
Check out the photos here! https://www.facebook.com/SurfriderOahu
As part of the Wanderlust Festival, Surfrider Foundation is joining forces with Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii and hosting a cleanup for the public and the participants of Wanderlust. We will be focusing on the hardest hit areas of Oahu as it relates to plastic pollution and Japan Tsunami Debris. We encourage you to join us as we clean the coastlines, hunt for treasures, and learn how we can reduce out own impact on our beautiful coastline. Surfrider Foundation is privileged to be able to access the pristine but plastic-infested James Campbell Wildlife Refuge. There we will focus on removing as much plastic and trash as possible. This will be later sorted for part of Method’s plastic reuse campaign. Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii will be cleaning Kahuku Point and Kahuku Golf Course Beach.
Sat 10:30: We’ll have the Surfider tent set up at the “west lawn” – so take a left at after the golf course when you come in to Turtle Bay (see attached map_. Please sign in, grab some bags and gloves and we’ll head to the Refuge around 10:45.

From Turtle Bay, the Refuge is 3 miles to the EAST (left of out from Turtle Bay). Look for the orange traffic cones and take a left into the Refuge. We’ll aim to meet at 11am at the Refuge HQ and then go to the dunes to CLEAN!!!
Malama Pono and thanks Surfrockers!


Sat March 2 10:30am : Please arrive at the west lawn in Turtle Bay resort (follow the blue flags and look for the Surfrider tent).
Sign in and get supplies for the clean up extravaganza! We will car pool over to the Refuge leaving Turtle Bay just before 11am.
If you’re running late at it’s already 11, please head directly to the Refuge (http://www.fws.gov/jamescampbell/)
We’ll return to Turtle Bay by 1pm.

Questions day of for on-site assistance: Steve (Chair 808 469 5022) and Stuart (HI Coordinator 808 381 6220)

Games for the kids and other activities will be available after the cleanup.

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January 23, 2013

March 28th, 2013 Jack McCoy’s A Deeper Shade of Blue USA Premiere Event

Director Jack McCoy dedicates this latest film to Rell Sunn, known as the Queen Of Makaha Jeff Johnson and Bud Browne!

A Deeper Shade of Blue in US theaters March 28th for a special one-night-only Fathom Event!

Dole Cannery 18 with IMAX 753B Iwilei Rd Honolulu HI
Prince Kuhio Theaters 9 111 E Puainako St Hilo HI
Makalapua Stadium Cinema 10 74-5469 Kamakaeha Ave Kailua Kona HI

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October 15, 2012

A Big Mahalo to everyone who attended the 2012 John Kelly Awards, check out the photos!!!

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Honolulu, O’ahu Nov. 17th , 6:00pm-10:30pm the Surfrider Foundation’s O’ahu Chapter will present the 10th Annual John Kelly Environmental Achievement Awards. The awards are for those who have contributed towards protecting and enhancing our ocean, beaches and coastal environment.   All proceeds will benefit Surfrider’s O’ahu Chapter and their efforts to preserve our coasts.

Today is your lucky day! Tickets will be available at the door for $60! See you there!

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Honolulu, O’ahu (October 22, 2012): On Saturday, November 17th, 6:00pm-10:30pm the Surfrider Foundation’s O’ahu Chapter will present the 10th Anniversary of their acclaimed John Kelly Environmental Achievement Awards. The celebration will be held at Waimea Valley Pavilion and will feature live music from The Intire Project and special guests, The Paul Carlon Quartet from New York City. Tickets are $60 for the early birds and $70 at the door. All proceeds will benefit Surfrider’s O’ahu Chapter and their efforts to preserve our coasts.

This special 10th anniversary ceremony celebrates John Kelly, the legendary waterman and environmental leader who started Save Our Surf and fought to protect Hawai‘i’s coastlines from over-development. Kelly and SOS helped to save over 140 surf sites on O’ahu and around the state, while also stopping many destructive developments. Following in his wake, Surfrider’s O’ahu Chapter has worked with other organizations to help preserve Pūpūkea-Paumalu (aka, Save Sunset Beach), Kaka’ako Park and Waimea Valley.

The awards dinner will feature local tastes from Chef Thomas Naylor and libations courtesy of Barefoot Wine & Bubbly and Kona Brewing Company. This year’s awardees have done inspiring work to bring about positive changes in their communities while also protecting our marine environment.

Charles Moore will be given the Lifetime Achievement Award. Born and raised in Long Beach, CA, Captain Charles Moore is an environmental researcher and dynamic speaker who is best known for bringing the North Pacific Garbage Patch to the world’s attention. After running a woodworking business for decades, Moore founded the Algalita Marine Research Foundation in 1994. He then launched his research vessel the next year and began doing voyages across the Pacific to document the rise of marine plastic pollution. A lifelong activist, he also became a founding member of the Surfrider Foundation’s Long Beach Chapter and their Blue Water Task Force. Captain Charlie Moore’s work has been highlighted in numerous media outlets, including ABC’s Nightline, Good Morning America, the Colbert Report, and National Public Radio,

Mu`umu`u Heaven will be awarded the Environmentally Friendly Hawai‘i-Based Company Award for their contribution to help Hawai‘i’s coral reefs. The products that Mu`umu`u Heaven provides for their customers are one-of-a-kind, environmentally friendly, and locally sourced in Hawai‘i. Not only does Mu`umu`u Heaven sell environmentally friendly products but uses tools that are as well. They are a unique company that has risen the bar for all current and future boutique stores.

Torrey Meister, aka the Happy Hawaiian, will be receiving the Professional Surfer Award. He is an explosive surfer whose positive attitude shines through his surfing as well as his demeanor on land. Raised on the Big Island of Hawai‘i, Torrey has seamlessly carried his amateur career achievements into the big leagues, placing 3rd in the prestigious Hawai‘i Triple Crown of Surfing in 2009. Known for his radical aerials, he was showcased in Taylor Steele’s latest surf movie, Innersection, and is sponsored by SPY Optics. An active advocate of the Surfrider Foundation, Torrey promotes environmental awareness throughout Hawai‘i and Southern California and appeared in a PSA supporting Surfrider’s Rise Above Plastics Campaign.

Held each year in honor of John Kelly, the Awards Ceremony honors those individuals and organizations that have followed in his footsteps and continued his legacy of environmental leadership. Below is a list of previous winners, all of whom are invited to attend the event:

Previous Winners

Lifetime Achievement

Hawaii-Based Company

Professional Surfer

2012

Charles Moore

Mu`umu`u Heaven

Torrey Meister

2011

Cora Sanchez

Kona Brewing Company

Kyle Thiermann

2010

Mark Cunningham

Honolulu Weekly

Duane DeSoto

2009

Yvon Chouinard

Bill Braden

The Malloy Brothers

2008

Shaun Tomson

Styrophobia

Dave Rastovich

2007

Randy Rarick

Pacific Biodiesel

James Pribram

2006

Peter Cole

Schnitzer Steel Hawaii

Pancho Sullivan

2005

Larry McElheny

Brushfire Records

Rochelle Ballard

2004

George Downing

Oceanit

Kelly Slater

2003

John Kelly

Patagonia – Haleiwa

Rob Machado

Tickets can be purchased online at the O’ahu Chapter’s website: www.Surfrider.org/oahu. For more information on the event and on sponsoring a table please contact Amanda Corby at amanda@undermyumbrella.com.

As part of its Protecting Special Places Initiative, Surfrider’s Oahu Chapter worked extensively with other groups on major campaigns to save Sunset Beach, Kaka’ako Park, Waimea Valley and Turtle Bay from overdevelopment. They also helped pass a new law to strengthen and enforce beach access across the state. Building on the work of other Surfriders across the state who helped pass bans on Kaua’i, Maui and the Big Island, the O’ahu Chapter recently led the effort to pass a ban on plastic bags on O’ahu. This was a big achievement for their Rise Above Plastics Campaign because it made Hawai‘i the first state in the country to ban single-use plastic grocery bags.

The Surfrider Foundation is a non-profit grassroots environmental organization dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of our world’s oceans, waves and beaches through a powerful activist network. Originally founded in 1984 by a group of visionary surfers, the Surfrider Foundation is now in its 28th year and has grown to more than 80 chapters and 250,000 supporters, activists and members. The O’ahu Chapter focuses on the issues of beach access, water quality, coastal preservation and plastic marine debris. For more information about Surfrider, please visit www.surfrider.org/oahu.

August 22, 2012

Minds in the Water – Monday, August 27 at 7 PM

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MONDAY MOVIE CAFE at BAMBU Venue

1146 Bethel Street

Monday, August 27 at 7 PM

Check out the preview:  http://mindsinthewater.com/media.php

Sponsored by the Oahu Surfrider Foundation

MINDS IN THE WATER

Five years in the making, Minds In The Water is the story of one surfer’s international

journey to help protect dolphins, whales and their ocean environment. Through the

charismatic journey of one person’s life, witness an adventure spanning the globe from

Australia and the Galapagos to Tonga, Alaska and Japan. See first hand how one surfer’s

quest to protect dolphins and whales has blossomed into a movement of like minds. The

film captures a key moment in one person’s life when apathy is no longer an option.

Pro surfer Dave “Rasta” Rastovich went from an ocean minded admirer to an ocean

activist when he embarked on a personal mission to help stop the worldwide commercial

slaughter of dolphins and whales. While unsure at first, Dave quickly found his activist

sea legs and helped build a core team of filmmakers, journalists, musicians, eco-pirates,

celebrity surfers and even a professional mermaid to help spread the message. All this has

been documented in the film, Minds In The Water.

Post-film discussion with Surfrider Foundation members

Surfrider Oahu engages in various missions to protect the ocean environment

that likely has brought many of its members to Hawaii’s fine shores.  This film

inspires us all to keep doing, and keep doing more.   Each year, Surfrider Oahu

honors people who are working to make a positive difference in the world with the

John Kelly Award event.   One recipient of this award tells his story in “Minds In The Water”.

As Dave Rastovich says: “As ocean people, it is our privilege to be the custodians of our coastlines.

The film documents our attempt at fulfilling that role as we traveled to surfing locations around the world.

Cetaceans are the ultimate and original surfers. They are our ocean kin and it is our role to do what

we can to protect their well being.”  This is a must-see movie for surfers and ocean enjoyers alike.

We look forward to seeing you there and please join Surfrider to help us protect what we love.

$10 / $5 STUDENTS at the door   Call 436-4326 for more info

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