French-inspired street decorations.
The team at Banque who made the Fashion Lunch so enjoyable!
Event sponsor Barfoot & Thompson Remuera held a raffle for Starship.
'Wolf Boy and Parade' soft sculptures by Stephanie Cossens
Fabulous Cellphane Roosters were entered by Cornwall Park School, with the larger rooster made by Tess Bradley, Tessa Burrell, Ruby Smith, Samantha Ratcliffe, Varnika Kanji and Michaela Fuatimau a Finalist in Year 4-6 category.
Margaret Lewis brought her tapestry fence 'The street loves nana' to Remuera and invited festival goe-ers to add their stitches.
French berets, striped tees and moustaches were everywhere! Photo by Vanita Andrews.
A class of 7 year olds from Newmarket School made a beautiful lantern with trails of butterflies... a Finalist in Year 1-3 category.
Monsters on the loose with trick or treaters...
Flower archway - a community art project facilitated by Jill Walker looks amazing outside the Village Green.
Macang Dance Company performs Rain of the Tung Flowers.
Remuera Music Academy flute ensemble outside Remuera Library.
Saxophonist Pavel Kazinetz outside Remuera Library.
Santa's Cabin in the Village Green, freshly painted and ready for visitors!
Otago Polytechnic Food Design Institute created a spectacular, intimate, White Dining Experience.