Monthly Archives: May 2011

Don’t have anything to do this coming Saturday night and want to give back to the community at the same time? Check out non-profit group All 4 the Kids and their third annual Night of Giving soiree. All 4 The Kids, a non-profit organization that was formed by friends who want to make a small difference in the world, focuses fundraising efforts on an initiative that specifically targets children across the globe.

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On May 14th – 15th, OluKai will be sponsoring their annual Ho’olaule’a – which literally means “celebration,” but it’s also an expression of gratitude to the community, a tribute to the Polynesian culture, and its culture, energy and spirit. Held at the Kahana Beach Park on Maui’s north shore, the event will blend elite competition with family-friendly cultural activities. Some of the world’s best SUP and OC1 paddlers will race the legendary 8-mile “THE MALIKO DOWNWIND RUN.” There will be canoe sailing, surfing, ancient Hawaiian games, traditional luau, hula and live music…

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Every surfer will want this book included in their library of coffee table books. It is one of our favorites: Billabong’s Only a Surfer Knows the Feeling. Highlighting gorgeous photography, this book showcases the value and importance of surfing by showing an insider perspective at the surfers, the boards, the waves and the beaches, as well as the surf apparel and companies such as Billabong that have shaped and built the surf culture for generations. Only a Surfer Knows the Feeling captures the essence of the sport and inspires and looks at the influencing factors that have shaped the sport of surfing as we know it today. Published in 2003 and beautifully designed and illustrated throughout with fantastic action photography, this is a must-have book no surfer will want to be without.

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