17th Annual Longboard Surf Meet & Beach Luau set for Saturday

The 17th Annual Longboard Surf Meet & Beach Luau is set for Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Windan’Sea Beach, an event hosted by the Windan’Sea Surfers Reunion Association

Enjoy a day of surf, sun, fun, food and surf music! Come out and meet some legendary Windan’Sea surfers. Bring your historic boards for surfing or display. This is not a competitive event, it’s about surfing and having fun with the Aloha spirit!

This year’s honoree is Windan’Sea surfer & shaper, George Lanning

— Surfing (minimum board length 9′) starts 9 a.m. Entry ($35) includes free event T-shirt.

— Luau ($15) starts at 1:30 p.m. with surf music by The Duo-Tones!

Contact Mike Wilson (808) 499-9032 or email WindanSeaSurfers@gmail.com for more information.

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