Come out to a Surf Adventure Movie Night on Tuesday, September 14, 2010 to see 180 Degrees South at 7:30pm sponsored by Patagonia Atlanta. Surfrider Foundation will be there also. After seeing footage of a 1968 roadtrip made by Patagonia founder Yvon Chouinard and friends from Southern California to Patagonia, a young American adventurer named Jeff Johnson spent the next 10 years dreaming of following their footsteps. In 2007, Jeff dropped everything to finally fulfill his dream. Setting sail on what would become a six-month traverse of North and South America, he hoped to find unclimbed mountains and unridden waves. But as he traveled, his eyes opened to the environmental disasters that threaten these special places, and those who are working to save them.

Price: There is no cost. Join us courtesy of Patagonia for this free event.

Directions: Patagonia Atlanta is located in the Buckhead area, three blocks north of the Peachtree and Roswell Road intersection, just off Roswell Road on East Andrews Drive.

Donate: Surfrider will be taking donations to support water testing for dispersants in the Gulf of Mexico. One test is $200. We are trying to raise enough for at least one test.

Registration: Please register and purchase a water testing donation ticket HERE. Surfrider will be taking donations to support water testing for dispersants in the Gulf of Mexico. One test is $200. We are trying to raise enough for at least one test.

Giveaways: There will be free Live Simply tote bag & Patagonia X Lonely Planet guidebook giveaways (while supplies last).