Lei time

PHOTO: GERARD O’BRIEN
PHOTO: GERARD O’BRIEN
Pascco Longman (2) creates a flower to add to a giant lei being made at Otago Museum, in Dunedin, this week. It is part of the annual Creative Pasifika Festival, which celebrates the Pacific’s cultures. The museum participates because it has one of the largest collections of Pacific artefacts in the world. During the past weekend, there were ukulele performances and weaving demonstrations. Activities will conclude this weekend. 

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