OUR (IN)FAMOUS WINTER CLEARANCE TENT SALE HAPPENS ON CANADA DAY WEEKEND JUNE 30 - JULY 3, 2023
LOCATION: Craigleith Ski Club
A tradition in the Blue Mountains since the 1990’s, this sale event is not to be missed.
Prices melting all weekend long!
Save 40-70% off previous seasons winter ski and snowboard gear for the entire family. Our Suppliers will also be providing discounted deals on samples as well.
Partners Big White and Track 3 will also be in attendance at the sale. As well, Mary-Lou "The Golf Ball Lady" will be selling reclaimed golf balls in support of The Children's Fund at My Friends House in Collingwood.
DEEP DISCOUNTS ON RACE GEAR!
Ski Racing gets expensive. We will have a fantastic selection of soft & hard goods at the sale for the GS or SL ski racer in your life! Skis, protection, helmets, gloves, poles, ski suits & more!
See you Canada Day Weekend!
Big White Ski Resort - ENTER TO WIN 5 Night Ski Holiday!
Big White Ski Resort will be at the Squire John’s Tent sale on June 30 & July 1 and offering you a chance to win a 5 night ski holiday. Big White is Canada’s favourite family resort with world famous champagne powder and 100% ski in, ski out village. There’s tonnes of activities for the kids all season long and with Canada’s 2nd largest lift system – you get more ski lines and less lift lines.
The Golf Ball Lady
The Golf Ball Lady (Marylou) will be attending our tent sale on
the Canada Day Weekend at Craigleith Ski Club! She will be selling reclaimed golf balls for as little as .50 cents per ball! All money raised through this initiative will be donated to My Friend’s House in Collingwood, Ontario. Marylou is also gratefully accepting donations of pre-loved golf balls at the tent sale! More Information here www.golfballlady.ca
Come and visit Track3 at our Tent sale and learn all about this incredible organization. Their motto is Inclusion, ability and freedom! They are an inclusive volunteer, non-profit charitable organization that teaches children and youth with disabilities alpine sports. The name “Track3” comes from the three tracks left in the snow by an amputee skiing with one ski and two outriggers.