Events


Freedom Surf Camp

Freedom Surf Camp is hosted by Surfers Leadership School at Surfing The Nations, Hawaii. Freedom Surf Camp is a multi-day surf camp with the overarching theme of ‘Surfers Giving Back’. Being a Surfer Giving Back is a lifestyle; it is not only being a surfer because of what it can offer us, but how we can serve others through surfing. Freedom Surf Camp will offer a set of skills for beginner to intermediate surfers, and we hope that this camp helps to demonstrate and generate a surf culture that is void of drugs and alcohol. This camp will take place March 16-18  on ...

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STN takes Billabong Pipe Masters!

Today's blog is coming from Surf Team Representative, Dylan Owney! Surfing The Nations has been given the opportunity to be a part of the Billabong Pipe Masters this year! This contest is the biggest surf event of the year and it is happening right now on the North Shore of Oahu with a waiting period between December 8th-20th. The Billabong Pipe Masters is the most anticipated surf event of the year where 32 of the world’s top surfers compete at the most prestigious wave in the world, Banzai Pipeline. Surfing The Nations is partnering with Kaiser Permanente during this ...

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Surf Art and the Surfer Recap

On the nights of November Friday the 21st and Saturday the 22nd, we hosted our 2nd Annual Surf Art and the Surfer Art Show. The event was lead and coordinated by our Surfers Leadership School students as a part of their class project. Between both nights, over 350 people attended to see live art and the work of artists such as Paul Forney, Mark Brown, Leanna Duncan-Wolf, and many more. It was quite an extravaganza bringing the art community to Wahiawa. On Friday night, live music was provided by the Ron Artis II band, while Streetlight Cadence performed Saturday evening. ...

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An Easy Way to Give Back!

This holiday season, Walmart is running a Food Pantry Holiday Makeover campaign to help food pantries across the nation refresh their facilities. The competition is run via social media and the top 75 food pantries with the most votes will receive $20,000. Funds from this campaign would allow us to continue constructing the food pantry in our Community Outreach Training Center, and all it takes is five easy steps! Go to walmart.com/holidaymakeover Scroll down to where it says VOTE TODAY! Type Hawaii in the search bar Click VOTE under Surfing The Nations Share with ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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Pepperdine University /// Project Serve

Project Serve, an alternative spring break program offered by Pepperdine University in Malibu, California, allows students to travel together on an adventure and experience a “vacation” where the focus is not on themselves, but on serving others. Project Serve teams, which are composed of students and led by students, travel to many locations in the U.S. as well as internationally.  The goal in doing so is to remove comfort zones and increase student awareness of issues being faced by others around the world. For the past two years, Surfing the Nations has been ...

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The Vintage Goes Mobile!

The boutique that is drawing people from all over the island is coming is to you!     The Vintage Humanitarian Boutique is going bringing their treasures to two events packed into one weekend.     The first event is The Hawaii Collector's Expo at the Blaisdell Exhibition Hall, February 21-23. You can find The Vintage there Friday 4-9 PM, Saturday 9-6 PM, and Sunday 10-4 PM. Admission is $5 per day (free for military with ID).     For fans of the Honolulu Night Market in Kaka'ako, The Vintage will be vending at the 'Pack It Up' resale ...

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Your Weekend Plans: Surf Art And The Surfer

Tomorrow, November 15th, and Saturday, November 16th, 63 S. Kamehameha Highway will be overrun by artists and musicians, vendors, surfers and surf enthusiasts from all over. STN's 'Surf Art And The Surfer' art show serves to gather the island of Oahu to celebrate the sport of surfing and the people who make it great. In the 30’s and 40’s surfers were viewed as the deadbeats of society who threw off responsibility in exchange for what was deeemed a wasted life. However, today you are just as likely to find a US Senator, a doctor, lawyer, pastor, or any type of busine...

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STN Named Outstanding Advocate For Children And Youth

Yesterday, Surfing The Nations was honored to be named as an Outstanding Advocate For Children and Youth in the state of Hawaii. Governor Neil Abercrombie and Hawaii State Representatives honored several other individuals and organizations as a part of Children and Youth Day, and Children and Youth Month. We are humbled and stoked to be a part of bringing hope to the next generation of Hawaii!          

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