Casting call in Parksville

The casting call is for the Hallmark TV series shooting in Qualicum Beach this summer

Chesapeake Shores, which will be filming in the Parksville Qualicum Beach area, is looking for extras for their first season.

People wanting to be extras need to be within travelling distance of the area.

The casting is open to people who are between the ages of 12 and 55, Canadian citizens or permanent residents who can prove a local address and have a means of transportation to and from set locations.

People wanting to be an extra must be punctual, reliable and dependable since it’s long work days. People must also be available to work between May 16 and July 28.

There is a casting session at the Parksville Community and Conference Centre (132 Jensen Ave. E) in the Maples room from 4 to 8 p.m.

People are asked to bring a current photo of themselves to the casting session, but if unable to do so the crews will take a photo for you at casting.

For more information, email ckcasting@shaw.ca or visit www.chesapeakeextrasvi.com.

— Submitted by Chesapeake Shores

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