Hey Girl Scouts, Surf's up!
Always wanted to learn to surf, or already know how and want to improve while having fun with sister Girl Scouts? Join the fun and learn to surf at Girl Scout Surf Day. This event is hosted and led by lifeguard certified instructors with The Wahine Project!
Girls will be divided into groups by age and will participate in a variety of fun activities including beginning surf instruction, beach ecology and social responsibility activities.
Equipment will be provided including wetsuits, and soft top boards.
Event registration closes April 18, 2014 — NO REFUNDS AFER EVENT REGISTRATION CLOSES.
Advisory: Parents should be aware that surf clinics are a rigorous physical exercise program and ocean participation is a major part of the event. If a girl is sick or cannot participate in any activities, she should not attend. Exercise and activities will vary for the children depending on their age, size, strength, ability, confidence level, and ocean conditions.
*Please note: Surfing is considered a high risk activity. Girls will not be allowed to participate without both of the forms (GS high risk activity and Wahine waiver) forms signed and brought to the event. Click here for the GSCCC High-Risk Activity Permission form. Wahine waiver will be emailed to participant.
Please review the Safety Activity Checkpoint for Surfing prior to participating in this event.
Troop leader or adult chaperone is required to carry all traveling forms with them for each participating girl. (Annual Permission Form, Health History, Permission for Medication, Permission to Release).Forms can be downloaded from the website: GSCCC Forms. For more safety information please review the event specific Safety Activity Checkpoint before any event or trip.