Le Cirque de JP gets his snails ready to race...
Gendarmes kept the crowds orderly and very amused!
Mimes were up to their usual mischief on Bastille Day.
Jacques Cousteau's travelling underwater photobooth.
French-inspired street decorations.
The Roaring Antoinettes' Charleston workshop on stage.
Linn Lorkin and French Toast bring the ambiance of Paris to Remuera.
Friendly French faces on signposts around Remuera.
Performing pink poodles pick up a police officer!
Cancan finale on BNZ stage, performed by the Roaring Antoinettes.
Opera Factory sing French Opera and highlights from Les Miserables in the Village Green.
Iain Stephens Floral Design's beautiful French stall.
Jack's French Biscuit stall!
The Citroen Club brought classic Citroens to Remuera... and the mimes jumped in!
Strong competition for the Pretend Poodle Parade!
Remuera Scouts taking donations for rides in the Classic Citroens.
Crepe Creations were incredibly popular throughout the day!
Hot work in the Crepe Creations trailer...
Maison Vauron making raclette at their street stall.
Charleston performed by the Roaring Antoinettes.
Poodles on shop windows in Remuera.
French Cancan performed by the Roaring Antoinettes.
Finale of the Cancan performance. Ooh la la!
Club Manouche bring the sound of French gypsy jazz to Remuera.
Le Cirque de JP on stage with his circus act!
Learning some circus tricks with JP!
Going solo with circus tricks!
Gendarmes managed to keep order on the day...
Dipping marshmallows in the chocolate fountain at Colestown Chocolates.
Looking French at the Barfoot & Thompson stall.
A pane of glass between the mimes...
Still separated by a pane of glass..
Opera Factory performing in the Village Green.
Steve Reid with poodle faces for shop windows.
Creating French faces with croissants at Poppies Books.
Le Cirque de JP gets the snail race under way...
See the Es-car-got... very slowly!
Snails were the winners on the day!
Even some of the marionette puppets were poodles!
Mimes up to mischief around Remuera...
A very French flavour at Poppies Books!
Pink poodles with passersby...
Tracey Collins, accordianist, in the Village Green.
Looking tres French at The Wild Bunch!
Ray White gets into the French theme too...
Young artists creating fish and sumarines for the New Caledonia reef project in the Library.
Jacques Coustea called into the Library for a photo with the Reef.
New Zealand artist, Misery, painting live in Remuera Gallery.
An audience young and old watch Misery's painting unfold.
Passersby enjoy watching the artwork emerge during Bastille Day.
The finished painting by Misery - delightfully cute!
Remuera Lions selling chocolate moustaches!
French faces on mannequins in Remuera fashion stores.