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bruce brownBy Andrea Swayne

Hobie Surf Shop in Dana Point will present Waterlogged (1962), the sixth Bruce Brown film in a series of eight, on Wednesday, April 1 at sundown.

The series, dubbed Waterlogged Wednesdays, is a free screening at the shop, 34174 Pacific Coast Highway, open to the community.

“The films just fit here,” said Amanda Dunlap, Hobie Dana Point manager. “They each showcase so much Hobie history; it’s so exciting to share them.”

Bring beach chairs, blankets and dinner or snacks. The movies are shown outdoors on a big screen in the parking lot. Popcorn and other treats will be provided.

The next two Waterlogged Wednesdays are set for May 6 and June 3, featuring The Endless Summer (1964) and On Any Sunday (1971), respectively.

For more information, call the shop at 949.496.2366.

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