Day of the Dead make-up was everywhere!
The Roaring Antoinettes' Charleston workshop on stage.
Jack Lum's famous fruit & vege shop is renowned for quality fresh produce. Photo by Vanita Andrews
Remuera Primary School dancers Elena Meng and Sophia Tsang.
Accordionist Tracey Collins alongside Le Cirque de JP as the snail race unfolds...
Lantern Finalist Alicia Yong, Meadowbank School. Displayed in Liquorland Boutique, 427 Remuera Rd.
A simple pagoda made by Bella Innes from Victoria Avenue was second place in the Year 1-3 Category.
Club Manouche bring the sound of French gypsy jazz to Remuera.
Margaret Lewis brought her tapestry fence 'The street loves nana' to Remuera and invited festival goe-ers to add their stitches.
Santa was the star... spinning vinyl and playing air guitar.
Carolyn Vernon from Barfoot & Thompson congratulates Abby Heazlewood on winning the School Lantern Competition for Year 4 - 6.
Brazilian Training Academy outside Remuera Library peforming Capoeira, a Brazilian martial art/dance.
Frankenstein's Freaky Photo BOOth saw plenty of action!
Francesca Zampollo explored the 'Taste of meaningful food' and festival goers wrote on her Memory Cloth about their meaningful food experiences.
Passersby enjoy watching the artwork emerge during Bastille Day.
Friendly French faces on signposts around Remuera.
Overhead lanterns were created by children at School Holiday Programmes across Auckland.
Dancers of SABA Young Ballet atop the fire escape of 345 Remuera Road.