So many great events in PV-QB region

My family and I have recently settled into the Parksville Qualicum Beach area and we've enjoyed many events.

My family and I have recently settled into the Parksville Qualicum Beach area from back east. Incidentally, we thought it was one large city.

This summer we’ve enjoyed many open markets and concert/fundraisers as well as the VIEX on the weekend — endless fun.

We noticed some familiar faces on the VIEX stage from Parksville events: Paullaine, Richard ‘the King’ Stewart, David GoGo and a couple others.

The concentration of musicians and artists in this area is quite unique — we’re pleasantly in awe. We want to thank these people for donating their time and talent to entertain us all throughout the summer.

I know we (and others) are going to love living here and look forward to enjoying all the events this area has to offer.

Tyler Sanderson & Caleb Carol

Qualicum Beach

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