Fernando Boza plays a sampona flute and bombo drum while performing “El Condor Pasa.” The instruments and costume reflect his Peruvian culture.
Jorge Ocampo prepares pinchos on a grill at the Honduras table during the Festival of Cultures on Sunday afternoon at South Park. Pinchos are skewers that contain ingredients such as steak, bell peppers, chicken and pork.
Astrid Houchin, right, performs a Peruvian Festejo dance during the festival. Hundreds of spectators enjoyed fine fall weather and colorful performances on Sunday.
Qais Jaber (left), 6, and Turner Omelau, 6, both of Lawrence, try their hands at playing a rondador at the Festival of Cultures held Sunday afternoon at South Park. A rondador is a musical instrument that is considered the national instrument of Ecuador.
Nakia Wilson, 10, left, and Quanah Wilson, 14, perform a grass dance at the Festival of Cultures held Sunday afternoon at South Park. The event celebrated cultures from around the world.