The Tisbury Street Fair takes place this Saturday, July 8, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. The popular event the celebrates the town's founding in 1671.


This year's Tisbury Street Fair has been proclaimed Cora Medeiros Day after the fair’s founding mother and longtime selectman who died in May. The fair begins at 6:30 p.m. tonight.


The Tisbury Street Fair is an annual event celebrating the town’s founding. This year Tisbury turned 344. Since the fair’s origins in 1971 to celebrate the town’s third centennial, the event has always been a time for everyone on the Island to come together for food, music and fun following the holiday festivities of the Fourth of July.


Tisbury’s 343rd birthday party was a hit for all those invited, and that included the whole Island.


Tisbury is throwing itself a birthday party and everyone is invited. The annual street fair, featuring face painting, a dunking booth, vendor displays and plenty of food, will take place tonight from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.

Established in 1971 to celebrate the 300th anniversary of the town of Tisbury, the fair is now in its 42nd year and regularly draws a crowd of thousands.


Tisbury is getting old, but still looks as good as ever.

On Sunday, July 8 the town will celebrate its 341st birthday with a street fair, an annual tradition established in 1971.

Revelers will throng to Main street in Vineyard Haven starting at 6 p.m. for food, games, music, dunking booths, pony rides and a climbing wall.

Simply put, there will be the Vineyard, in all its summer glory, in one place, at one time.