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One Wave South Pacific Feast set to sweep away Victoria residents

Event at Cook Street centre
A previous One Wave gathering celebrates strengths and success of North and South Pacific Peoples through song and dance. (Don Craig)

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Prepare to be swept away by the beauty of the South Pacific as the One Wave South Pacific Feast is coming close.

This event is a tribute to the rich and interesting cultures of the South Pacific. This special celebration is going to be a lot of fun, with delicious food, a silent auction and a dance performance that will be hard to forget.

The One Wave South Pacific Feast is a celebration of the many different cultures that make up the South Pacific. When guests enter this immersive experience, they will be met by a variety of delicious South Pacific tastes, such as roast pig and taro, which will take their taste buds on a culinary journey.

“The event is meant to be an event that re-engages the community with Pacific Peoples’ Partnership and celebrates Pacific culture. It is also important for us to raise funds, as we are in a position where we may not be able to continue our work unless we raise money,” said Lucy Djwa, senior policy researcher with the partnership.

In addition to the delicious food, people will be able to take part in a silent auction. This auction will feature unique and interesting things that capture the spirit of the South Pacific. It will be a fun way to find treasures while helping a good cause.

“The donations will go towards operations costs of the organization, and our Pacific resiliency fund,” said Djwa.

As the end of the night, everyone will enjoy the Pearls of the Pacific’s long-awaited dance show. This show of rhythmic grace and lively dancing will be the highlight of the evening.

Join in at the Cook Street Activity Centre on Sept. 17 at 5 p.m. For tickets and more information, visit