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MASKED FUN: Mystery and glamour was abundant at the Crown Mansion in Qualicum Beach Saturday night as guests enjoyed a unique Masquerade Ball. The evening included entertainment from VestaFire and belly dancing by Ramona. Those who attended were dressed to impress in formal attire, as well they donned one of a kind masks from a Venetian mask maker in Victoria. Scarlett Mackenzie Luke organized the night of music and mystery. - BRENDA GOUGH PHOTO
MASKED FUN: Mystery and glamour was abundant at the Crown Mansion in Qualicum Beach Saturday night as guests enjoyed a unique Masquerade Ball. The evening included entertainment from VestaFire and belly dancing by Ramona. Those who attended were dressed to impress in formal attire, as well they donned one of a kind masks from a Venetian mask maker in Victoria. Scarlett Mackenzie Luke organized the night of music and mystery.
— image credit: BRENDA GOUGH PHOTO

MASKED FUN: Mystery and glamour was abundant at the Crown Mansion in Qualicum Beach Saturday night as guests enjoyed a unique Masquerade Ball. Those who attended were dressed to impress in formal attire, as well they donned one of a kind masks from a Venetian mask maker in Victoria. Scarlett Mackenzie Luke organized the night of music and mystery. See another photo on page B11.

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