FARMINGTON — The Farmington Ski Club will host its 30th annual ski sale from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, Nov. 3, at Mt. Blue High School. The club expects to have more than 2,500 items, including downhill and cross country skis and boots, snowboards, poles, helmets, clothing and other winter recreation items.

In addition to used equipment, there will be four ski shops on site with new equipment.

The ski sale offers families an opportunity to purchase affordable winter recreation equipment. There will be volunteers from the club to help parents properly fit equipment.

Used equipment may be dropped off for consignment at the high school from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 2. The fees are 50 cents an item put in the sale. If the item sells, the club retains 15 percent of the sale price. There will be volunteers to help tag and inventory the equipment.

During the sale on Saturday, the club will sell membership and season passes to Titcomb Mountain. The Farmington Ski Club lowered its prices for young children by 20 percent for Titcomb Mountain season pass this year.

For children ages 6 to 12 an alpine season pass is $135 and a Nordic season pass is $65. For teenagers 13 to 18  an alpine pass is $160 and a Nordic pass is $110. There is a 5 percent family discount for three or more paying members.

Farmington Ski Club membership includes discounts for children’s programs at Titcomb Mountain, discounts for Titcomb Mountain day tickets, and a “2 for 1” lift ticket discount at other ski areas, including Lost Valley, Black Mountain and Camden Snow Bowl.

For more information about Titcomb Mountain, go to or call 778-9031.

Those interested in volunteering at the ski sale should call 778-9031.

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