Gear Swap

Buy, Sell, and Give Back to the

Community on Saturday, April 20

Cleaning out the garage and don't know what to do with your used sporting goods, outdoor gear and apparel? Bring it down to the Estes Park Mountain Shop for the third annual Spring-Cleaning Gear Swap on Saturday, April 20.

Find a new home for your useable, but unwanted sports equipment, outdoor gear and apparel. All items must be in good condition, and you set the purchase price for your items. Firearms are not allowed. Gear can be dropped off in the climbing gym of the Estes Park Mountain Shop on Friday (April 19) from 4-7 pm or Saturday morning from 7-7:45 am.

Actual sale of items will be between the hours of 8 and 10 am on Saturday, April 20. All are welcome to come shop – with a little luck you might be able to find steal of a deal to take home with you! All sales are cash only, with a percentage of each sale benefiting the Estes Park Education Foundation.

Unsold items must be picked up by 12 pm on Saturday, and any items not claimed by the deadline will be donated to the Elizabeth Guild.

Make some money, find the gear for your next mountain adventure and help support our local students. For more information email or call 970.586.6548.

About the Estes Park Education Foundation: The Estes Park Education Foundation (EPEF) is a 501(c)3 non-profit foundation that will work to inspire community investment through exemplary student learning experiences today to develop our citizens tomorrow. With the support of our community and a high-quality education, all Estes Park school District R-3 students will graduate as thriving, successful, responsible citizens.

The Estes Park Education Foundation provides supplemental funds for innovative educational ideas, which otherwise may not be supported due to lack of state funding (Estes Park School District is currently ranked 108 out of 178 in Colorado for per-pupil funding) and/or other constraints for the district, including more flexibility in acquiring and dispensing funds. Funds raised by and for the Foundation enhance the school district revenues provided by taxpayers, state aid, and other public funding sources. Additionally, the EPEF generates community involvement and highlights the many accomplishments of the Estes Park School District and its students.

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