A Day in the Life of Parksville inside today’s edition of The NEWS

You can also see the photos, and many more that didn't make the special section, at wwww.facebook.com/PQBNews

The NEWS’ special section inside today’s paper, A Day in the Life of Parksville, will also also be featured at the McMillan Arts Centre in August.

Photographers who shot images for A Day in the Life of Parksville will be exhibiting a selection of their work in the Member’s Gallery from August 4-31.

The opening reception for the exhibit will be Saturday, August 8 from 1–3 p.m. and light refreshments will be served.

The reception is a chance to meet with the photographers while they share their stories of capturing that perfect shot while roaming the streets of Parksville on June 19.  Extra copies of the section inside today’s paper will be made available at the MAC during the exhibit. Photos from the section, including many that were not published, can be found at www.facebook.com/PQBNews.             — NEWS Staff

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