Musical duos to rock St. Mark’s

Qualicum Beach-St. Mark's Fair will see music by local duos CraigRosie and Two of Us

Beyond the wide variety of local vendors, the 41st annual St. Mark’s Fair will feature live music by accomplished musicians this Saturday.

In the morning CraigRosie will perform at stall 106, near the corner of Memorial Avenue and Veteran’s Way, and in the afternoon it will be Two of Us. Both are duos from Qualicum Beach which play everything from ‘60s R&B, folk, roots and original compositions.

The Fair will have over 140 vendors with goods ranging from soaps and jewelry to pottery, sweaters and pies. The fair runs from 8:30 a.m.  to 3 p.m. on Saturday, July 27 in Qualicum Beach.


—News Staff



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