Not to be outdone by harbor festivals and street fairs, West Tisbury is hosting a West Tisbury Day on Saturday, August 15, at the town center. As per usual, the farmers’ market is in full swing on Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon at the Grange Hall, and across the street the Field Gallery will be open both inside and out, along with the library. But this Saturday is not just any old Saturday.

The West Tisbury Congregational Church will be hosting its third fruit festival of the summer from noon to 4 p.m. Call it Peach Saturday and get ready for all things peach-related, from smoothies to pies to jam to a peach tree to take home. The church kids will also be hosting a lemonade stand on the lawn.

And after the farmers’ market departs the Grange Hall grounds, Cinema Circus takes over from 3 to 7 p.m. with live shows, filmmaking workshops, face painting and the return of Ellie the Elephant. Cinema Circus is sort of the junior division of the Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival, showing kids’ movies tailored for them and instilling the movie-making fever at a young age. The event is being co-presented by MVTV, which will show a behind-the-scenes look at the process of making television, and Imp for kids will hold a free workshop.

The West Tisbury Library will also be stepping up its game for the day. Vineyard Sound performs at 4 p.m. with Tisberry providing the sweet relief.

Go bananas on peaches, get groovy with a capella, eat and slurp yourself silly, embrace art, create and watch movies. It’s West Tisbury at its finest.