Traditional Chinese calligraphy artists demonstrated their skills inside Remuera Library.
Brazilian Divas in white ensembles add lots of energy to the festival...
Penelfie enjoys a moment in Santa's Cabin with The Clauses.
BBC Jazzmen brought music to the street.
Desley Simpson, chair of the Orakei Local Board, looks stunning in Gregory.
Grace Dong from Remuera Music Academy performed with two of her students.
Nautilus bubbles to start with...
Smooth sounds of the Samson Nacy Haines jazz trio in the Village Green.
Francesca Zampollo explored the 'Taste of meaningful food' and festival goers wrote on her Memory Cloth about their meaningful food experiences.
Darth Vader perhaps?
Mimes Daniel Fernandez Gonzalez and Itai Biran with model Katie Lornie. Photo by Michael Jeong
Saint Kentigern student Ben Kernohan took 5th place in the Year 1-3 category with his blue lantern.
Outstanding costumes on the street!
Fabuous sing along with the Ukulele group in the Village Green.
Jeff Thomson's 'Red Rooster and Hens' made from perforated corrugated steel.
Nomad Tea Merchants offered tea tasting in Remuera Library.
View across Remuera from the top of Mt Hobson. Photo by Stephen Penny, The Hobson magazine.
Marionette Puppet playing an accordion entertained all ages. Photo by Vanita Andrews.
New red shoes for Mrs Claus from Mikko perhaps?
TRACES by Mark Pulsford with dancers Tomomi Watanabe and Yuki Suzumura and voice by Caitlin Smith. Sponsored by China Airlines. To see a full video of the performance click here.