Bruins fans unable to attend last Sunday’s victory parade through the streets of Boston will be treated to a celebration of their own this weekend, when the Stanley Cup makes an appearance in Edgartown.

The nearly three-foot-tall trophy arrives Saturday, said Edgartown police officer Dave Rossi, fresh from its pedestal at the 2011 National Hockey League draft in St. Paul, Minn.

A parade down Main street is scheduled for Saturday evening. Start time is dependent upon the Cup’s arrival on the Vineyard, but is currently slated to begin around 7:30. In a small-scale version of the Boston festivities, the trophy will be displayed in the back of an EMI pickup truck, and given a police escort.

The Cup can also be viewed in the gymnasium of the Edgartown School from 9 to 11 a.m. on Sunday.

The Stanley Cup is the latest in a succession of Boston hardware to visit the Island. The 2004 World Series trophy made an appearance at the regional high school in 2005, and summer visitor Ray Allen brought the NBA Championship trophy here following the Celtics’ 2008 victory.

Still, “There’s only one Cup,” said Officer Rossi.

Unlike championship trophies in other sports, a new Stanley Cup is not made each year; the Cup is instead transferred from one winning team to the next. The first Stanley Cup was awarded in 1893. It became the official trophy of the NHL in 1947, and is engraved with the names of the 2,163 players, coaches, management and staffers who have been part of Cup-winning squads.

Its Vineyard visit was coordinated largely through the efforts of Edgartown Marine co-owner Tony Chianese, a friend of Bruins owner Jeremy Jacobs. Mr. Jacob’s son, Jeremy Jr., owns a summer home in Katama.

Bruins president and former player Cam Neely (who, incidentally, began his career with the now-defeated Vancouver Canucks before being traded after three seasons to Boston) is also a summer visitor.

“We’re expecting a good crowd,” said Officer Rossi, adding that viewings at the Edgartown School will have to be brief to accommodate the anticipated number of fans.

“It’s kind of cool that the small town of Edgartown is going to have it so soon.”