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Posted: Saturday, April 6, 2013 12:00 am

Local ski, bike, stand-up paddleboard and kayak shops will be teaming up to hold a Spring Swap Meet and Festival.

4 Seasons Ski Shop, Headwaters, The Bicycle Cafe and Explore Stand Up Paddleboarding have come together for this event, to provide a place for people with used or unwanted gear to sell it for 100-percent store credit or 20-percent cash commission.

There will also be industry representatives with old samples, demonstration kayaks and rental gear for sale at the swap meet.

The Bicycle Cafe will allow customers to set up booths to sell bikes and parts. Explore SUP, a mobile stand-up paddleboard dealer and instructor, will be there selling demonstration equipment.

4 Seasons will be selling off all 2013 ski and snowboard gear, and their large rental fleet.

Bear Valley will be raffling off a season pass. Headwaters will be raffling off five sunset tours, and there will be company representatives on hand to educate customers and hand out free items.

Michael~David Winery will pour wine for tasting. A Movable Feast will sell food, and there will be music.

The event will be held at 847 N. Cluff Ave. today at 9 a.m.

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