CARDIFF SURF CLASSIC AND RERIP GREEN FEST TO BE HOSTED AT SEASIDE BEACH
September 17-18, 2011
CARDIFF-BY-THE-SEA, California. – September 14, 2011 – The Cardiff 101 Main Street organization has teamed with the non-profit Rerip.org to host the Cardiff Surf Classic and Rerip Green Fest. The event will be held on Saturday and Sunday, September 17-18 2011 at Seaside Beach in Cardiff-by-the-Sea, CA. Activities include a surf contest, a surfboard swap, live music, local organic food, a kid’s zone and a Green Fest comprised of eco-friendly businesses, government agencies and non-profits bringing education and awareness of sustainability to our communities.
Local musicians, shapers, artists, vendors and environmentally minded organizations will be there on hand all day for personal interaction to help make the day a true community event. Last year’s events were attended by approximately 12,800 coastal community families, eco-minded individuals, and all ages of students, business owners, commercial property owners, developers, homeowners, and many others.
“Every year we are amazed by how generous our sponsors and the community are with their time, energy and resources. It is inspiring to see people come out to recycle, sell or trade boards, enjoy the surf contest and to contribute their ideas to the environmental movement,” says Rerip.org co-founder Meghan Dambacher. “The event has an incredible, positive vibe.”
As in years past, attendees will enjoy a variety of musical entertainment on our solar powered stage, multiple children’s activities including performances from the San Diego Zoo’s Dr. Zoolittle, delicious food vendors and a fun surf contest.
The event is currently sponsored by organizations such as the County of San Diego, the City of Encinitas, Stellar Solar, ClifBar, O’Neill, Iron Cross, Scripps Health, Seaside Market, Ariel 7, Steele Realty, Toyota Escondido, Rimel’s and Morris Wealth Mgmt., among others.
For more information please contact Brenda Dizon at (760) 803-6562, or Betty Steele at (619) 200-9611, or visit www.Rerip.org for more details.