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Main Chapter Address:


P.O. Box 4216

Seal Beach, CA 90740



*If you would like to feature an event on the HSB Surfrider special events schedule, please fill out the above "Events Form".


Saturday, April 14th

Special Event; 11th Annual Ohana Day @ Seal Beach Pier

9:00am - 1:00pm


Enjoy a music filled Beach Day! Kids Marine Biology Classes, Beach Cleanup, Lifeguard Demo, Surf/Skate/Body board lessons, Raffle Prizes & More! For more info, please contact


Saturday, June 16th

Special Event; 13th Annual International Surfing Day (ISD) Tri Chapter Event

@ Huntington Beach Pier / 6th St. (North Side)

8:00am - 1:00pm


Three Surfrider Chapters; HSB, Newport & Long Beach welcome you to celebrate ISD 2018!

Everyone will be gathering at 6th Street and Pacific Coast Highway – North side of the pier on the sand. There will be surf paddle-outs, surf lessens, SUP demonstrations, yoga on the beach, surf industry displays, Surfrider Foundation beach cleanup, and music!


For more info, please contact


Saturday, September 15th

Special Event; Annual California Coastal Cleanup (CCC)

@ Huntington St. City Beach

8:00am - 12:00pm


California Coastal Cleanup is the largest annual volunteer event in California, with 2,000 miles of coastal and inland shoreline and 100+ cleanup sites countywide!


For more info, please contact



Saturday, May 19th

Special Event; Reduce Reuse Recycle Surf Off @ 9th St. Huntington Beach

8:00am - 4:30pm


This is a 1 day educational surf contest, bringing awareness to beginner and advanced surfers alike. The “RRR Surf Off” encourages competitors to learn about ongoing issues of litter on our local city streets and beaches, pollution in our oceans, and focuses on bringing family, friends, & the community together for a fun filled day at the beach.

Presented by: Drains to Ocean


For more info, please visit


Thursday, March 22nd

Special Event; Captain Charlie Moore on the North & South Pacific Gyres

Starts at 6:00pm @ Don The Beachcomber

16278 Pacific Coast Hwy, Huntington Beach, CA 92649


Join us for an update on the Garbage Patch!


Scientists have found another patch of plastics, human trash, and chemical sludge deep within in a remote pocket of the Pacific Ocean. Much like the more northerly "Great Pacific garbage patch" found between Hawaii and mainland US, it’s definitely not good news.


The new patch was recently confirmed by a project led by oceanographer Charles Moore of the Algalita Research Foundation during a six-month voyage around the Pacific, off the coasts of Chile and Easter Island and within the South Pacific Gyre. Previous research has hinted at the presence of the patch, but this is most concrete evidence we have to date.


Presented by HSB Surfrider & Algalita Marine Research Foundation. For more info, please contact

$5 - $10 Donations Welcomed!