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Lei Day parade celebrates Asian Pacific American Heritage Month —PHOTOS

Updated May 1, 2022 - 9:08 pm

Lei Day, a new parade to celebrate and kick off Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, moved through Downtown Summerlin on Sunday evening.

Primarily marching on Park Centre Drive, local organizations including Nani ola Hawaiian dance company, Na hula o kaleiokapualani and Tevakanui Polynesian Dance Company participated.

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