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Fun at St. Mark's Fair

You’re never too young to play marimbas, as 16-month-old Kael Sauve found out at St. Mark’s Fair, in Qualicum Beach which drew thousands of eager shoppers to the curling club area Saturday. - Neil Horner photo
You’re never too young to play marimbas, as 16-month-old Kael Sauve found out at St. Mark’s Fair, in Qualicum Beach which drew thousands of eager shoppers to the curling club area Saturday.
— image credit: Neil Horner photo
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