Revisit Oak Bay Tea Party Day 1 in pictures

Today features airshow, bathtub and tea cup races

Welcome to Day 2 of the Oak Bay Tea Party!

Today’s fun includes food, Castle Kids Corral, an airshow, bathtub races and of course the Mayor’s Challenge Tea Cup Race.

In case you missed it, parade winners were announced during the official opening of the parade Saturday afternoon.

Best Group

1 – Western Command (army vehicles)

2 – Royal Victoria Yacht Club

3 – The Vancouver Island Mini Car Club

Best Children’s Group

1 – École Willows School

2 – Oak Bay Parent-owned Preschool

3 – Island Hoppers Jump Rope Team

Best Commercial Float

1 – Oak Bay Marine Group

2 – Engel & Volkers

3 – Slater’s Meats

Best Community Float

1 – Monterey centre

2 – Oak Bay Tea Party Society

3 – Recreation Oak Bay

Best High School Marching Band

1 – Oak Bay High

2 – Reynolds High School

3 – Spectrum Community School

*New award

Best Decorated Float Without Balloons

Victoria Gymnastics

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