Beachfest 2015 wants your help in choosing a theme for sandcastles

You can choose from three themes at www.parksvillebeachfest.ca

  • Jan. 15, 2015 7:00 p.m.

The Parksville Beach Festival Society directors are actively planning the 2015 Quality Foods Canadian Open Sand Sculpting Competition and Exhibition (July 10-August 16) and the sculptures will once again feature a common theme.

The society is asking the public to help choose this year’s theme, and to get their votes in before Jan. 31. “Our creative master sand sculptors appreciate design guidelines and aim to please our visitors”, says Trish Smith, event manager.

Visit www.parksvillebeachfest.ca/cms.asp?wpID=66 and vote for your favourite theme from a choice of three: At the Movies, Carnival Time or Heroes and Villains. Beginning today, title sponsor Quality Foods will providing customers with the opportunity to vote in person at their Parksville location.

— NEWS Staff/Beachfest Society

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