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30th Annual Tivoli Day
Saturday, Oak Bluffs will celebrate Tivoli Day, a day of festivities named for the building that once stood on the site of the present day Oak Bluffs police station.
Photos by Ralph Stewart
The first Tivoli Day included a bicycle race around Circuit Avenue, and Ocean Park and a block dance. In 1978, the Oak Bluffs Business Association became involved. Bill and Margaret Stafursky promoted the first 50-mile around the Island bike race. It was an exciting event ending at Ocean Park. Later festivities included a blessing of the fleet, a local bike race for adults and children, a band concert and croquet games.
Tivoli Day Schedule of Events
Circuit Avenue will be closed to traffic 9 am to 6 pm
Johnny Hoy and the Bluefish, plus Tall Richard and
the Vineyard Voodoo Kings.
5th annual Kid's Parade
The parade begins at noon up Circuit Avenue.
Kite flying and kite demonstrations with master kite flyer Archie Stewart at Ocean Park.
Face Painting by the Plum Hill School
Antique Bike show and riding demonstrations by the Wheelmen.
Wait Person Olympics
Capt. Jack Sparrow and his Pirate Ship
Oak Bluffs Fire truck
WMVY Radio 92.7FM will broadcast live from 11 am to 1 pm