3 results for month: 11/2014


A Cup of Thanks

In the season of Thanksgiving, it is easy to be captured by the hustle and bustle of getting ready for one family dinner. From finding the perfect Turkey, to racing to get the house cleaned for the relatives, one can easily forget that this is the one time a year set aside to give thanks. Coffee shops are always flooded with busy shoppers and travelers, and what a better place to get people to stop and think? This November, the Surfers Coffee Bar began running the “#30daysofthanks” social media campaign. Pieces of paper with the question “ What are you thankful for?” written on them were distributed Thursday, October 30th. Immediately, ...

Thanksgiving Luau

This year, Surfing The Nations is once again preparing to host a fall Thanksgiving event for the community of Wahiawa. This year’s event is luau themed! We are planning to bring the traditions of both the classic American Thanksgiving with that of the local Hawaiian community. Our motto here at STN is “Surfers Giving Back” and what a better time than Thanksgiving to show our amazing community just how much we love and appreciate them. Our heart for this event is to provide a safe and loving environment where residents of our local community who might not have a place to spend Thanksgiving, can come together to share in a meal, fellowship with ...

Surf Art and The Surfer Round 2!

The Island of Oahu has some of the best waves in the world, creating a place where surfers of all kinds can thrive. Right in the middle of the island on the way to the legendary North Shore, lies the town of Wahiawa, a place many surfers drive by every day. We at STN love both surfing and Wahiawa and are constantly asking ourselves how to best incorporate the two while contributing to this town! So, on November 21st and 22nd, 6-10 pm we want to put Wahiawa on the map and make this a culturally vivid place. Taking our passion for surfing, art, and Wahiawa, we are putting on our 2nd annual art festival, with the theme ‘’Surf Art & the Surfer”. ...