Locals have banded together to hold an exhibition to showcase the history of surfing at Crescent Head.
The exhibition is being organised by Danny McGaw, Roger Fergusson, Shane Stedman, Bob Kennerson, Peter Cornish, Barry Cheers and Michaela Parry.
Titled Where the Sky Meets the Sea, the exhibition will run fro April 4 to June 7 at the Slim Dusty Centre.
"It is a celebration of the ocean based lifestyle of Crescent Head, comprising indigenous coastal activities, the fishermen, surf lifesaving and, of course, a major display of Crescent Head's surfing history from yesteryear to today," Danny said.
The exhibition will also incorporate the Surf Art Exhibition, a major art show attracting artists nationally.
The history component will include historic boards, stories, memorabilia, movies, artwork and historic surfing photos.
Local surfers of fame such as Jodie Barsby, Alf Lyttle, Dave Simons, Sam Cornish and Robbie Page, will be honoured with personal displays featuring their stories, pics and trophies," Danny said.
There will also be local surfboard manufacturers displaying new boards and products for sale. The local businesses will include Shane Surfboards, Bob Kennerson Longboards, Crescent Head Surf Co. and Cream Surf Wax.
"The closing night of the exhibition will be a surf inspired party with a live band and a reunion of all the legends of surfing associated with Crescent Head."
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