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JULY FOURTH CELEBRATION EVENTS AT A GLANCE

The official schedule of events for this year's July Fourth Celebration, presented by the St. John Festival and Cultural Organization, kicked off with Pan-O-Rama on June 3. The remainder of the events resume on Saturday, June 17, and climax with the traditional fireworks on Tuesday, July 4.
This year's celebration has "Dawn of a New Day for Festival Y2K" as its theme. Here's the lineup:
Saturday, June 17
8 a.m. — bicycle race, departing from the National Park Visitor Center in Cruz Bay
8 p.m. — calypso show, Winston Wells Ball Park
Sunday, June 18
6 p.m. — prince and prince competition, Winston Wells Ball Park
Saturday, June 24
7 p.m. — Miss St. John queen competition, Winston Wells Ball Park
Sunday, June 25
All day — Food Fair honoring Enid Francis
1 p.m. — coronation of queen, prince and princess, Cruz Bay Park bandstand
Thursday, June 29
7 p.m. — opening of the festival village, Daniel's Court, honoring Harry Daniel, Cruz Bay parking lot
Saturday, July 1
10 a.m. — boat show, cargo dock area
Sunday, July 2
8 a.m. — half-mile swim competition, Hawksnest Beach to Gibney Beach
10 a.m. — boat races, Cruz Bay outer harbor
Monday, July 3
2 p.m. — Cultural Day observances, Cruz Bay Park
Tuesday, July 4
4 a.m. — J'ouvert, starting at the Water and Power Authority Silver Arrow
8 a.m. — parade route foot race
11 a.m. — parade, from the National Park Visitor Center
9 p.m. — fireworks, Cruz Bay harbor
Applications for village booth space were due June 10. Those for Food Fair vendors and parade permits have a June 20 deadline. Forms are available at the Tourism Department and Licensing and Consumer Affairs offices in Cruz Bay, and at the Board of Elections office on St. Thomas.
For further information, call 693-8036 or fax to 776-6989. For updates on festival activities, call any of the hotline numbers — 513-2728, 513-2778 or 513-3489.

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The official schedule of events for this year's July Fourth Celebration, presented by the St. John Festival and Cultural Organization, kicked off with Pan-O-Rama on June 3. The remainder of the events resume on Saturday, June 17, and climax with the traditional fireworks on Tuesday, July 4.
This year's celebration has "Dawn of a New Day for Festival Y2K" as its theme. Here's the lineup:
Saturday, June 17
8 a.m. -- bicycle race, departing from the National Park Visitor Center in Cruz Bay
8 p.m. -- calypso show, Winston Wells Ball Park
Sunday, June 18
6 p.m. -- prince and prince competition, Winston Wells Ball Park
Saturday, June 24
7 p.m. -- Miss St. John queen competition, Winston Wells Ball Park
Sunday, June 25
All day -- Food Fair honoring Enid Francis
1 p.m. -- coronation of queen, prince and princess, Cruz Bay Park bandstand
Thursday, June 29
7 p.m. -- opening of the festival village, Daniel's Court, honoring Harry Daniel, Cruz Bay parking lot
Saturday, July 1
10 a.m. -- boat show, cargo dock area
Sunday, July 2
8 a.m. -- half-mile swim competition, Hawksnest Beach to Gibney Beach
10 a.m. -- boat races, Cruz Bay outer harbor
Monday, July 3
2 p.m. -- Cultural Day observances, Cruz Bay Park
Tuesday, July 4
4 a.m. -- J'ouvert, starting at the Water and Power Authority Silver Arrow
8 a.m. -- parade route foot race
11 a.m. -- parade, from the National Park Visitor Center
9 p.m. -- fireworks, Cruz Bay harbor
Applications for village booth space were due June 10. Those for Food Fair vendors and parade permits have a June 20 deadline. Forms are available at the Tourism Department and Licensing and Consumer Affairs offices in Cruz Bay, and at the Board of Elections office on St. Thomas.
For further information, call 693-8036 or fax to 776-6989. For updates on festival activities, call any of the hotline numbers -- 513-2728, 513-2778 or 513-3489.