Will Putnam of Kennebunkport, Chris and Tia Johnson of York, and Valerie soon-to-be Putnam of Kennebunkport.
Mark Usinger of Portland, a Santa among Santas.
Justin Cote of Scarborough.
"Five Golden Rings": Sam Somerville, Mark O'Leary, Carol Myers, Tara Saloway and Gwendolyn Wolf.
Saige Weeks, Carrie Bolduc, Allison Corrow, Nick Twomey and Molly Young.
Santas on the move!
Eva Tomecka and Ryan Additon (celebrating their 3-year Santacon-iversary, having first met at Santacon VIII) with Alison and Frank Neumann.
Jeff Quimby, Mark Rose, April Wear, Renee Leighton, Robin Traub, Sue Shaw and Bruce Kenney.
Vickie Conklin of Cumberland.
Maggie Tupman and Lisa Marshall.
Carolyn Starks and Jack Behre getting the dance party started.
Port City Music Hall reached capacity.
Word on the street at Santacon X was that Chris Oliver as baby Jesus was the costume of the year.
Sisters Colleen and Shannon Russell and Sarah Tesorerow.
Charlotte Johnstone jamming out.
Ashley McAndrew and Samantha Duarte.
Brian Austin, Greg Gilbert, Ryan Gallop and Kristen English.
Santacon presents all sorts of fashion options.
Tom Doherty and Andrew Ganter.
The Peanuts crew.
Mary and baby Jesus pose with the Three Wise Women.
Taking some #eflies, perhaps?
Siblings Linda, Rene and Lorie Ricardi.
Jack (Behre) be nimble, Jack be quick. Intrepid Santacon celebrants took turns jumping rope (strings of Christmas lights).
Mallory Osborne and Victoria Brookings.
Terry Hartford and Eric Thurgood.
Paul and Jen Dyer of Waterboro.
Clusters of Santacon celebrants gather for photos at Monument Square.
Patrick Hennessey and Brandie Allen.
Heatmeiser and Snowmeiser Bryan Connelly and Robin Palmer.
Jessica and Attila Delisle looking merry.
Tanika Enking and Kristine Enman, all smiles at Monument Square.
Rounding out a full decade of Santacon, hundreds of Christmas characters hit the town Dec. 2. Santas, elves, and all other manner of merriness packed Port City Music Hall, where they played reindeer games like limbo and jumping strings of lights. Besides generating a lot of laughs and some strange looks in the Old Port, the annual bar crawl raises money for Family Crisis Services.