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Check out this Summer Celebration Indoors!
Friday August 1st, 2014

Looking for something to do this summer? Check out the exhibit at MOAH in Lancaster where they are celebrating the anniversary of the film “Endless Summer” with multiple exhibitions dedicated to summer!

“Selections from a Wave Warrior” is an exhibit dedicated to surfing legend and artist Herbie Fletcher. This very cool exhibit features large sculptural collages of surfboards that were collected at surfing competitions. Broken and recycled (have you ever broken a surfboard? Ouch…), these collages are a fun way to experience the variety of designs that have ridden the waves.

There are lots of vintage surfboards to see, so you can take in the evolution of the surfboard as the technology developed. There’s also some historic photography and films where you can experience the culture of the surfing community from years ago up until present. Check out all the exhibit rooms. There’s much to highlight the best of summer, the power of the ocean and the determination of those who seek to master the power of the waves.

Take a break from the outdoors and enjoy this tribute to summer at the Museum of History and Art at 665 West Lancaster BLVD (Corner of Ehrlich Ave. and Lancaster BLVD). It’s only 5 minutes from our Lancaster office.

The exhibits are free and the air is cool. Oh, and don’t miss the vintage pinball machine exhibit!