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Three-year-old Lily Courtney eyes up the final touches on her Christmas cookie at the Nanaimo Museum Saturday, during the Old Fashioned Christmas, where families got to play with century-old toys, listen to storytellers, decorate sugar cookies and more. - NIOMI PEARSON photo
Three-year-old Lily Courtney eyes up the final touches on her Christmas cookie at the Nanaimo Museum Saturday, during the Old Fashioned Christmas, where families got to play with century-old toys, listen to storytellers, decorate sugar cookies and more.
— image credit: NIOMI PEARSON photo
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