NOT SO SURE ABOUT THIS SANTA THING: Maeve Smith

Not so sure about Santa in Qualicum Beach

Qualicum Beach was buzzing with people on Thursday evening for the annual Moonlight Madness

NOT SO SURE ABOUT THIS SANTA THING: Maeve Smith, 1, and her sister Genevieve Smith, 4, had their picture taken with Santa Claus during Moonlight Madness on Thursday in Qualicum Beach. Organized by the Qualicum Beach Downtown Business Association (QBDBA), Moonlight Madness is a kick-off to the Christmas shopping season, complete with a Town Square light-up, treats, specials and savings. The QBDBA also says Moonlight Madness is Vancouver Island’s largest pajama party.

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