Sayulita, Mexico - We are SO excited to announce that the Wahine Project is returning to the shores of Banderas Bay from December 15th at 10 am through December 16th at 1 pm!
Founder and Director Dionne Ybarra and her team have been working hard to get together everything they need, and are about to head down to Punta de Mita - and Festival Anonymous is doing everything we can to support them and their wonderful work!
The Wahine Project is an educational program created in an effort to reach girls between the ages of seven and seventeen from around the world who would otherwise not have access to the resources that would allow them to surf.
Whether geographical, financial, or lack of opportunity, The Wahine Project seeks to introduce them to the invigorating sport of surfing while promoting self-esteem and encouraging a healthy lifestyle through exercise and good nutrition - to make the connection between ocean, surf, and self.
The goal is to increase the young girls awareness of their global citizenship as a result of surfing. Through education, outreach, and travel, young girls will be provided opportunities that will give them a sense of social responsibility that surfing uniquely provides. Learn more about Wahine here.Over the same weekend, Festival Anonymous will be hosting a party for muralists Monk and Maze Wayz, who will be creating their mural installations in Sayulita. One of the murals is focused on the Aztec water God, Tlaloc and the other is created around Pachamama. Keep checking their facebook page for more details!!