Outside the Box at the Surfing Heritage Foundation

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The Surfing Heritage Foundation Community Voice

Building a Community of people who share a common passion for the Spirit, Culture and Soul of Surfing


We are charging forward with preparations for the premiere of our first movie night, Shaped, the Movie screens here this Saturday evening. Please check out the article below for all the details.


As part of this special evening, we are presenting “OUTSIDE THE BOX” alternatives to traditional surfboard shaping. We will have surfboards on display shaped by Joe Bauguess, Carl Ekstrom, Thomas Meyerhoffer, and Steve Pendarvis. If you are not familiar with these names or think you know all about modern surfboard design, you’ll need to come see these creations from the minds of some forward thinking individuals. Because of their limited supply and the current demand for these boards, we are not sure how long we will be able to keep them up in our rotating exhibit area, so please don’t wait to see them first hand, they won’t be here for long.


Shaped the movie image


Shaped, the Movie

Made by Walter Georis, who brought us the iconic theme music from The Endless Summer, Shaped captures the halcyon days of the 1960s, a time whose generation would come to shape the industry as it’s known today. Follow these pioneers as they tell their stories. Featuring such early legends as Robert August, Mickey Muñoz, The Meistrell brothers, Corky Carroll, Mimi Munro, Joyce Hoffman, Henry Ford, Mike Doyle, Bing Copeland, Terry Martin, John Peck, Bruce Brown, Bill Stewart, Skip Frye, Rusty Preisendorfer, Tom Morey, Bill Hamilton, Greg Noll, Mike Haley, Doc Paskowitz, Renny Yater Gene and Peter Van Dyke, Larry Gordon, and our founder Dick Metz.





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