Shaper Studios presents ‘Shaper Sessions’ featuring Matt Calvani

September 20, 2017

Shaper Studios, the world’s first public surfboard workshop, will kick off a new event series named “Shaper Sessions” on  September 30th, 2017 at our San Diego Flagship located in the neighborhood of North Park. This is a night for the entire surf community and surf enthusiasts to come out and watch live surfboard shaping by 3 of the world’s most talented shapers while enjoying live surf music and local craft beer. 
   
Attendees will have the opportunity to bid on the 3 boards being shaped through a silent auction where all proceeds will benefit SurfAid, a non profit that helps to improve the health and well being of people living in isolated regions around the world.  Each winner will get the chance to customize their new surfboard with the Shaper Studios team. 

Matt Calvani, our Master Shaper will be introduced at the event at 5:30pm and will be shaping around 6:00pm. Live music by Millionaire Beach Bums and The Twin Fins starts around 6pm. Hope you can make it!







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