Oak Bay Tea Party parade results

Top finishers for the 54th annual Oak Bay Tea Party parade

The Oak Bay High band entertained parade-goers at the 54th auunaul Oak Bay Tea Party Parade.

Parade results

• Children’s group

1. Victoria Gymnastics; 2. Island Hoppers; 3. Kiowa Farm and Children’s Centre

• Group entries

1. Western Command Military Vehicles; 2. Shooting Star Amusements; 3. Oak Bay News

• Commercial float

1. Oak Bay Marine Group; 2. Adrenaline Zipline Adventures; 3. Men in Kilts

• Community float

1. Victoria Fire Historical Society; 2. Victoria Shrine Clowns; 3. Recreation Oak Bay

• Marching band

1. Oak Bay High; 2. Spectrum Community School; 3. Reynolds Secondary

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