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Frenchie the Clown pauses for the camera while entertaining Isla and Luna Rivas-Rowe and their dad, Eduardo Rivas, at the Maple Sugar Festival held last weekend at Beban Park. The festival is the largest bilingual festival on Vancouver Island and features three days of festivities including musicians, dancers, French-Canadian cuisine and street performers. - NIOMI PEARSON photo
Frenchie the Clown pauses for the camera while entertaining Isla and Luna Rivas-Rowe and their dad, Eduardo Rivas, at the Maple Sugar Festival held last weekend at Beban Park. The festival is the largest bilingual festival on Vancouver Island and features three days of festivities including musicians, dancers, French-Canadian cuisine and street performers.
— image credit: NIOMI PEARSON photo
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