Qualicum Beach Halloween fun

Qualicum Beach exudes community spirit once again. Was it the invasion of baby boomer’s grandkids Sat., Oct. 31 in Qualicum Beach?

Qualicum Beach exudes community spirit once again.

Was it the invasion of baby boomer’s grandkids Sat., Oct. 31 in Qualicum Beach?

Our store was visited by 732 beautifully costumed children, pets and their parents/guardians. Thank-you to Quality Foods, the Qualicum Beach Downtown Business Association, the Town of Qualicum Beach and the Qualicum Beach Chamber of Commerce for organizing this local annual Halloween celebration complete with hot chocolate and fireworks at the civic centre.

Also, thank you to Brent Johnson’s accounting office, not normally open on Saturdays, for caring to add their treats to our handouts.

Jean YoungQualicum Beach

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