Compassing

Compassing

We are stoked to be working with Oregon Surf Shop and Leatherman Tools in conjunction with the 15th Annual Cape Kiwanda Longboard Classic, to bring you the Oregon Coast Premiere of Cyrus Sutton's new movie: Compassing. Cyrus will be here to introduce the film, have a few beers, and answer questions. The movie will be shown Friday evening during the registration party and start at 7:00pm. The event will be located under the contest tent in the main Cape Kiwanda Parking Lot. The beer garden will be open, dinner will be available and live music to follow. Spread the word, invite your friends and family, the movie is free and the whole event is open to the public! See you at the Classic.....

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It was 7 days prior to this year’s Cape Kiwanda Longboard Classic and the weather forecast was calling for 40mph south winds and heavy rain. After 10 plus years of running the contest, I had gained enough experience to not enter panic mode, yet.
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The Cape Kiwanda Longboard Classic is on for the 23rd year! We are excited to be back with a live event after two years of virtual events. This year’s contest holds special meaning to the northwest surfing community as we will start off the event Friday evening with a paddle-out in honor of long time contest participant and avid northwest surfer, John Newman. We will also celebrate others we’ve lost in the last two years. 
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