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CRAB AND CRAFTS:  One of many youngsters who came out to Nanoose Bay last weekend, little Roxy uses glitter and glue to piece together Popsicle sticks for a craft at Northwest Bay Ranch’s second annual Crabfest. The day saw lots of fresh seafood, live music and local craft beer and wine. See www.facebook.com/PQBNews for more photos. - CANDACE WU PHOTO
CRAB AND CRAFTS: One of many youngsters who came out to Nanoose Bay last weekend, little Roxy uses glitter and glue to piece together Popsicle sticks for a craft at Northwest Bay Ranch’s second annual Crabfest. The day saw lots of fresh seafood, live music and local craft beer and wine. See www.facebook.com/PQBNews for more photos.
— image credit: CANDACE WU PHOTO

One of many youngsters who came out to Nanoose Bay last weekend, little Roxy uses glitter and glue to piece together Popsicle sticks for a craft at Northwest Bay Ranch’s second annual Crabfest. The day saw lots of fresh seafood, live music and local craft beer and wine. See www.facebook.com/PQBNews for more photos.

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