THE SUN WILL COME OUT: Parksville Beach Festival Society “ring leader” Trish Smith fights off the clouds so the sun can shine during this summer’s Quality Foods Canadian Open Sand Sculpting Competition and Exhibition

Beachfest Society does a sun dance at chamber meeting in Coombs

The performance was a highlight at the anual joint meeting of the Parksville and District and Qualicum Beach chambers of commerce

  • May. 19, 2015 7:00 p.m.

THE SUN WILL COME OUT: Parksville Beach Festival Society “ring leader” Trish Smith fights off the clouds so the sun can shine during this summer’s Quality Foods Canadian Open Sand Sculpting Competition and Exhibition, which brings thousands of visitors down to Parksville’s Community Park every year. Smith was part of a surprise skit performed by the society Thursday night at the Parksville and District and Qualicum Beach chambers of commerce joint dinner meeting at the Coombs Fairgrounds.

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