Aerial shot of the sand sculptures during the Coast Capital Savings Light Up on Friday, Aug. 16 at the 2019 Parksville Beach Festival. (Arrowsmith Aerial Photography)

Parksville Beach Festival lights up the night

Fireworks display, illuminated sand sculptures delight onlookers

The Parksville Beach Festival concluded its 2019 festivities by lighting up the night.

On Saturday, the Quality Foods Festival of Lights Fireworks delighted onlookers as another succesful event wrapped up. On both Friday and Saturday, Coast Capital Savings sponsored the annual light up of the sand sculptures, which were dark and illuminated with multi-coloured lights.

For a full wrap on the festival, check the PQB News this week.

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The Quality Foods Festival of Lights Fireworks finished up the 2019 Parksville Beach Festival on Saturday, Aug. 17. (Kelsey McLean photo)

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