Surf Swap returned to Villere for the eighth time this Saturday on an archive store initiative after a two-year detention break.
Posted at 11:00 a.m. yesterday
It is the largest community collection for the exchange, purchase or sale of surfboards used in Canada, but also an opportunity for families, couples, passers-by and friends to walk all over Rue Villere. R. Drolet and R. Henry-Julian.
You can drink boreal beer or coffee from the pacboat. We can also eat in the good care of Villerois’ “neighbors”, namely Mademoiselle Gateaux and Moccione Restaurant, who serve a specially created street food menu for the occasion.
The event runs from 1pm to 7pm and continues at Miss Ville Bar. Funds will be raised for Le Club Le Grand V, whose goal is to introduce young people to functional training free of charge.
“It simply came to our notice then. When we announced the return of Surf Swap, we felt love and excitement, “said Sebastian Burns, co-owner of Archive Boutique.