PUCKER UP: Shades of Green on Craig Street in Parksville became shades of red Saturday morning in the spirit of Valentine’s Day where Patrick and Heather Ash shared a kiss at the store’s kissing booth. Craig Street was lined with bright red balloons for the occasion and many storefronts offered discounts and sales for Valentine’s Day.

Parksville’s Craig Street turns shades of red on Valentine’s Day

A kissing booth at the Shades of Green store was a popular attraction

  • Feb. 17, 2015 7:00 a.m.

PUCKER UP: Shades of Green on Craig Street in Parksville became shades of red Saturday morning in the spirit of Valentine’s Day where Patrick and Heather Ash shared a kiss at the store’s kissing booth. Craig Street was lined with bright red balloons for the occasion and many storefronts offered discounts and sales for Valentine’s Day.

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