Surfrider Foundation to celebrate International Surfing Day
The thought of surfing scares me because I have no balance, which is probably why I never really rode a bike as a kid, but I have to give credit to this Milford group for being brave souls. This sounds like a fun event to witness.
The information below is from a press release by the Surfrider Foundation.
Free surfboard and Stand-Up Paddle lessons, beach clean-up, live surf music with hula-hooping, and horseshoe crab tagging will all be part of the International Surfing Day celebration in Milford, Saturday, June 23.
Sponsored by Surfrider Foundation’s Connecticut Chapter and in cooperation with Sacred Heart University’s Limulus Project, horseshoe crab tagging will begin at 10:00 A.M. at the Milford Audubon Center, 1 Milford Point Road. Beach shoes are encouraged. All instruction and materials will be provided.
All other festivities begin at 1 P.M. at Walnut Beach including free surf and Stand-Up Paddle lessons for all ages, a beach clean-up featuring the Plastic Bag Monster, live surf music by The Clams plus hula-hooping and DJ Zoloft.
For more information visit www.surfrider.ct.org