Sheila, left, and Joe Jerczynski of North Vancouver admire the hardened-fabric sculptures of Courtenay’s Angela Termarsch during the annual P-Art-y on the Drive on Parksville’s resort row Sunday, Sept. 10, 2017. — J.R. Rardon

P-Art-y on the Drive 2017

Parksville resorts team up for annual recognition of art, entertainment and food

Parksville’s resort community opened its roadsides and parking lots to dozens of artists and artisans, food trucks and entertainers in the annual P-Art-y on the Drive Sunday, Sept. 10, 2017.

The event featured a farmer’s market for the first time, as well as a beer garden, five different entertainment stages and, of course, a wide selection of art spanning styles and media.

See additional photos at www.facebook.com/PQBNews.

— Images by J.R. Rardon

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The Rainbow Stew Cloggers perform a tribute to Canada 150 on one of five entertainment stages set up for the annual P-Art-y on the Drive in Parksville Sunday, Sept. 10, 2017. — J.R. Rardon

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