PBC Surfing History project moves to Loggerhead Marinelife Center

The Palm Beach County Surfing History Project's exhibit at the Schoolhouse Children's Museum in Boynton has now moved up to north county this weekend, just in time for "Turtle-Fest".   Dave McClymont, & the good people at the Loggerhead Marinelife Center do a phenomenal job, and have been kind enough to allow us a a room for 1-2 months (tbd) to display the exhibit.

Loggerhead Marinelife Center is located at 14200 U.S. Highway One, Juno Beach FL 33408. (561) 627-8280

  The exhibit displays; boards, pictures, & memorabilia of Surfing in PBC, from the '30s & 40's to the present day.  This exhibit will be a "living entity" in that they will rotate boards, pictures ect... to keep it fresh.   So visit it often! 

The SHP's mission statement is to; Preserve, document, & display surfing in Palm Beach County.

The exhibit has been more of a traveling exhibit over the past year moving from Tequesta, Stuart, Palm Beach Gardens, Boynton Beach, and now Juno.   Their ultimate goal would be to secure a permanent location to display the priceless surf memorabilia for all to see.  If you can help, contact Bill Keeton , Corky Roche , or Tom Warnke .
 

Watch a story on the exhibit's first opening:

 

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