Jake Schleier, 10, runs in the Bol Kite race at the 2019 Parksville Lions Kite Festival. (Emily Vance photo)

Lions Kitefest delights Parksville crowds

The Parksville Lions Kitefest delighted onlookers over the weekend at Parksville Beach.

Crayons, sea creatures, a giant dog and even Cleopatra herself were are a few of the many kites flying the skies of city city.

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Paisley Vigue, 6, runs in the Bol Kite race at the 2019 Parksville Lions Kite Festival. (Emily Vance photo)

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