The annual Kiwanis Club of Caldwell-West Essex Christmas Walk featured an array of homes decked out for the holidays.
The houses on this year's tour ranged from a 1929 Craftsman-style cottage on Mountain Avenue in North Caldwell to a grand farmhouse on Arlington Avenue in Caldwell which was once a bed and breakfast.
The homes, as well as the historic Grover Cleveland Birthplace and the Zenas C. Crane House, were open for self-guided tours from noon to 4:30 p.m. Sunday. Proceeds from tour tickets will help fund the many charitable projects of the local Kiwanis Club.
The club was founded 88 years ago and raises approximately $45,000 a year for projects that support youth, help families in crisis and otherwise benefit the community.