Unique type of rock show at Parksville beach

WATCH: Rock art from youngsters and adults alike on display

A spontaneous rock show randomly created by youngsters and adults is drawing plenty of attention at the Community Beach Park in Parksville.

It was started by youths playing in the area last fall and has grown to become quite an outdoor art gallery that had residents and visitors walking in the area smiling in delight and admiration.

There are more than a hundred different rock art formations now on display and it continues to grow as more youths as well as some adults are coming out and also adding their own creations to the free exhibit.

If you have not had the chance to view the display, and also are interested in contributing to this random art show, drive, bike or walk to the Community Beach Park. It is located at the roundabout at the end of the park.

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Michael.Briones@pqbnews.com

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