Crowds enjoyed a warm summer evening in Remuera under the lanterns.
People of all ages enjoyed making paper lanterns.
Crowds gathered for the Dragon Dance.
Pirongia Clydesdales brought the country to town.
Lantern Finalist Naomi Hay, Churchill Park School. Displayed in Remuera Health, 419 Remuera Road.
A double happy firecracker lantern took 2nd place in the Year 4-6 category. Created by Alyssa Bai, Frederica Chai, Oscar Gong and Melissa Huang from Meadowbank School.
Traditional Lion Dance entertained the crowds.
Lantern Finalist Rory Cohen, Remuera Primary School. Displayed in Browns Clothing, 411 Remuera Road.
Fairy lights brighten Remuera shopping village at night.
Gendarmes took the opportunity to strut their stuff on the red carpet too... Photo by Michael Jeong
Le Cirque de JP gets the snail race under way...
Saxophonist Pavel Kazinetz outside Remuera Library.
Pirongia Clydesdales wait patiently at the lights.
Sharon Duymel modelling for Hartleys.
Looking French at the Barfoot & Thompson stall.
Day of the Dead make-up was everywhere!
Winners of the French Waiters Race each received a bottle of Oh Canada Pure Maple Syrup.
French mimes in Remuera.
Zumba classes with Kellen Pinheiro outside Remuera Library.