Support California Surf Musuem
Attend Legends’ Day, purchase a buffet ticket, bid on one of the many silent auction items, and purchase event merchandise.
312 Pier View Way
Oceanside, CA 92054
The California Surf Musuem is open daily 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, and Thursdays until 8:00 pm in conjunction with the Oceanside Sunset Market. Admission is free for CSM members, $3 general, $1 students, military and seniors, free for those under 12 and on Thursdays.
The California Surf Museum is a 501c3 nonprofit organization.
FUEL TV presents
California Surf Festival
Thursday, Nov. 19th through Sunday, Nov. 22nd
Surfer Magazine 50th Anniversary Tribute
Jake Shimabukuro in Concert
Nat Young presentation and booksigning
Clark Little presentation
Grom Film Fest
Information and tickets go to californiasurffestival.com
| Come to our annual gathering of friends!
Join with Duke and his surfing icon buddies for an afternoon of fun and talking story. Enjoy the atmosphere of Hawaiian music provided by the Moonlight Beach Ukulele Strummers and Dancers.
Hukilau buffet provided by our favorite — Nalu Grill.
Buffet tickets are $10 for members,
$20 for non-members.
RSVP for buffet a must!
Tickets on sale now at www.surfmuseum.org or call
CSM at (760) 721-6876.
How Hang Ten got its name.
by Duke Boyd
Hang Ten got its name long after Doris Moore, Hang Ten co-founder and partner, and I had delivered the first batch of trunks. I recall we were talking one day in the factory about what to name the line . . . Doris asked curiously what was the equivalent in surfing to golf’s hole in one. Longboards were the mode of surfing at that time, and hanging ten, the perching of one’s toes over the nose of the surfboard along with one’s body weight for as many magic seconds as you could muster before pearling or back-peddling, was surfing’s accepted, thrill, skill and poetry. Hang Ten was our first and final choice. The surfing world snickered, as I knew it would. It was a nerd name, a kook name and it wasn’t cool. I went home to my art table and drew up a logo. Two brown foot prints slightly apart indicating hanging ten, we chose a yellow background. Sun and sand colors. The words Hang Ten were scrawled child-like as though they came off the famous wall at Malibu, where we can see such comments as “surfers rule” and “flat landers are bleep bleep.” Doris always amazed me with her open-mindedness.
|Hang Ten with
This year the California Surf Museum honors surf industry trailblazer and founder of Hang Ten Surf Wear Duke Boyd. Meet the man behind some of our favorite clothes!
Oct. 4, 2009
Oceanside Civic Center Library Community Rooms
330 North Coast Highway in Downtown Oceanside
All day Sunday free parking is available in the Civic Center parking structure adjoining the Community Rooms, and on clearly marked side streets in the downtown area.
FREE ADMISSION FOR ALL!