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TPP to launch all-day new moon event next Saturday

The Cyril B Romney Tortola Pier Park has rolled out a packed schedule aimed at stimulating economic activities at the multimillion-dollar facility in Road Town.

The Park’s Business Development Manager, Zoe Walcott said this will be in the form of a ‘new moon’ all-day event slated for next Saturday, July 18.

She said events would commence at 5 am and last until 11:30 pm to ensure that persons get home in time for the midnight curfew.

“It’s going to be the start of a quarterly event as we continue to seek ways with which we, especially in the COVID-19 era make sure that the environment that is provided allows for persons to want to celebrate with each other but still to ensure that those social-distancing [measures] we have in place is adhered to,” Walcott said in a press conference today, Friday, July 10.

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She said the day would kick off on the lawn of the Pier Park with a yoga session at 5 am, Zumba at 6 am and aerobics at 7 am. She said some of the action would take the form of massage sessions starting at 7:30 am on the luxury deck. 

Throughout the day, there will be games for adults and activities for children, musical performances and DJ entertainment.

Park Lane, where the luxury stores are located, will be transformed into a fashion runway show in the evening. A movie night will also be held for the family on the lawn starting at 7:30 pm.

“The C.B. Romney Tortola Pier Park sits on five acres so we get to social distance. We have so much for everyone here, and we are happy that you get this phenomenal opportunity to see the benefit of all that we offer,” she stated.

She continued: “There will be quite a packed evening; the good thing is we have something for every palate and all of our concoctionists will be bringing out a real taste of the Caribbean. Saturday, July 18 which promises to be packed with a lot of excitement.”

There will be several sanitization stations throughout the park as well as the restroom facilities. Persons are reminded to wear their protective face masks.

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  1. Snoppy says:

    Well if I have to wear a mask for this outdoor event, then I ain’t goin

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  2. BIG QUESTION says:

    WILL SOCIAL SECURITY REMOVE THOSE BOULDERS FROM THEIR VACANT LOT NEXT TO THE TAXI STAND SO THAT WE CAN GET SOME EXTRA PARKING????????????????

  3. Park & Ride says:

    Will the P&R shuttle increase their service during this event?. Parking at/near the TPP is always a problem. Frequent shuttles could solve the parking problem.

  4. umm says:

    So she thinks this is a great idea? How will social physicall distance work. Massage?
    Ise of public bathrooms for large crowds not safe. All you stay home.

  5. umm says:

    So she thinks this is a great idea? How will social physicall distance work. Massage?
    Use of public bathrooms for large crowds not safe. All you stay home.

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