BIG LEAF CONTEST: Rock-a-Bear Baby Swag and Spa is hosting a contest this fall to see who can find the biggest maple leaf for the chance to win a $50 gift certificate to the spa and other great prizes. Pictured above from left are Lindsey Miller

Big leaf contest in Parksville Qualicum Beach

You can win a $50 gift certificate at Rock-a-Bear Baby Swag and Spa

Rock-a-Bear Baby Swag and Spa is hosting a contest this fall to see who can find the biggest maple leaf for the chance to win a $50 gift certificate to the spa and other great prizes. Pictured above from left are Lindsey Miller, owner Krystal Vaudreuil and Mahriya Auchoin, showing off some of the humungous leaves that have come into the store. The contest closes on Halloween. The spa is located at 147 Morison Avenue in Parksville.

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