Slyde is stoked to join the Surfrider Foundation of Huntington Beach/ Seal Beach for Ohana Day, Saturday April 11th 2015 at Seal Beach Pier from 8am-1pm.
Ohana Day is a term derived from the Hawaiian culture and means family (in an extended sense of the term, including blood-related, adoptive or intentional).
This community bonding beach event is an epic opportunity to combine fun along environmental education.
Have you been curious to demo a Slyde Handboard? Interested in becoming a lifeguard? Or wanting to learn more about local beach cleanups and how to get involved? This event has all 3 covered plus much more, including live music and raffles all day long.
Bring your family, friends, and favorite beach goodies to Seal Beach Pier 8th Street Beach Parking Lot. #SpreadTheStoke
Looking forward to hanging out with our Slyde Ohana!