Historic Surfboard Expo

Carmel Valley San Diego Community | Sacred Craft

Sacred Craft Expo, October 8th & 9th at the Del Mar

If you are a Carmel Valley San Diego community resident and you love surfing more than let’s say….FOOD, then you have to go to the Sacred Craft Expo held so close to home. The event is to take place in the Exhibition Hall this Saturday and Sunday in Del Mar at the Fairgrounds. This expo has everything any Carmel Valley San Diego community member would want related to surfing. At the expo, you will be exposed to all sorts of information and resources regarding the latest gear, repairing that dinged up board, surf art on display and even surfboard appraisals.
Local San Diegan, George Gall will accompany six other “shapers” in a friendly competition to pay tribute to Surfboard designer and futurist Carl Ekstrom. This will be in conjunction with the Sustainable Craft Showcase which is meant to highlight the relationship that exists between people (especially surfers), and the environment. The goals is to inspire further use of environmentally friendly materials like wood, recycled materials and others.

Cost to get in is only $10 at the door, kids 12 and under are free and it includes a
SURFER magazine subscription for all who enter, and free giveaways!! Open from
10am to 6pm October 8th, and 10am to 4pm October 9th.
For more information, please click HERE

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