Wilma Rothbauer leads Chemainus United Church members in carolling on the streets. (Photo submitted)

Moonlight Madness illuminates Chemainus

Carolling, shopping, prizes and more gets the holiday spirit underway

Amy Hughes welcomes customers into her Bound To Be Different store. (Photo submitted)

Wilma Rothbauer leads Chemainus United Church members in carolling on the streets. (Photo submitted)

Wilma Rothbauer is instrumental in leading Chemainus United Church members in carolling on the streets. (Photo submitted)

People cram into Misfits Fitness Studio and Health Bar during Moonlight Madness. (Photo submitted)

Samantha Fincham and Nicole Cournoyer of Misfits Fitness Studio and Health Bar. (Photo submitted)

Lots of treats for all at Moonlight Madness. (Photo submitted)

People gather downtown for carolling. (Photo submitted)

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at Christmas in Chemainus on Willow Street, where it’s actually always Christmas. (Photo submitted)

A draw for a TV was a special treat for shoppers. (Photo submitted)

Plenty of goodies were available in Chemainus shops. (Photo submitted)

Lots of unique Christmas items. (Photo submitted)

Carolling, shopping, prizes and more gets the holiday spirit underway

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Wilma Rothbauer is instrumental in leading Chemainus United Church members in carolling on the streets. (Photo submitted)

People cram into Misfits Fitness Studio and Health Bar during Moonlight Madness. (Photo submitted)

Samantha Fincham and Nicole Cournoyer of Misfits Fitness Studio and Health Bar. (Photo submitted)

Lots of treats for all at Moonlight Madness. (Photo submitted)

People gather downtown for carolling. (Photo submitted)

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at Christmas in Chemainus on Willow Street, where it’s actually always Christmas. (Photo submitted)

A draw for a TV was a special treat for shoppers. (Photo submitted)

Plenty of goodies were available in Chemainus shops. (Photo submitted)

Lots of unique Christmas items. (Photo submitted)

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