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Wasn't that a party

Noah Costa, 3, prepares to toss the old pig skin at the inflatable football game in City Centre Park on Monday. Families flocked to the venue, and others across the West Shore and Greater Victoria, during the inaugural Family Day in B.C. last weekend. - Charla Huber/News staff
Noah Costa, 3, prepares to toss the old pig skin at the inflatable football game in City Centre Park on Monday. Families flocked to the venue, and others across the West Shore and Greater Victoria, during the inaugural Family Day in B.C. last weekend.
— image credit: Charla Huber/News staff

Pigskin party

 

Noah Costa, 3, prepares to toss the old pig skin at the inflatable football game in City Centre Park on Monday. Families flocked to the venue, and others across the West Shore and Greater Victoria, during the inaugural Family Day in B.C. last weekend.

 

 

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