November 15, 2019

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Cayman Islands International Men’s Day Film Offer, Prizes

To mark International Men’s Day, the Family Resource Centre is hosting the film premier of “Men’s Voice” on Monday, 19 November, Regal Cinemas, Camana Bay, 6 p.m.

The locally produced film features our men and boys discussing the challenges they face and how to overcome those obstacles.

Admission to watch the 15-minute local documentary is free.

Great seat prizes are up for grabs.

Look out for the trailer on Facebook soon.

 

Cayman Islands Danny Loops

From UCCI TV

Off the Wall Jams brings you unscripted interviews and live musical performances from your favorite musicians. In this episode, our guest Danny Loops talks about his inspiration for his recent song, “Pretty Girl,” and he performs it live at UCCI TV studios.

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Cayman Islands quarry owner dies

It is with much sadness we have to report the death of Cayman Islands quarry owner, Richard “Dick” Christiansen. He died last Frida (2) at Health City Cayman Islands, shortly after falling at his home in Breakers. He was 88.

 

Cayman Islands Seafarers Association General Meeting

“The Cayman Islands Seafarers Association wishes to inform all Members that there will be a General Meeting, on Tuesday 20 November at 7:30 PM. in the Seafarer’s Hall, 11 Victory Ave. Prospect.

Buses will be provided from West Bay Town Hall at 6:00 pm”.

A Bus route has been added in George Town, leaving the Public library parking area at 7:00, stopping at Cayman Compass building and the Airport Fosters. The bus is marked Bobo $1 Public transport and is blue in colour, there is no charge.

 

Cayman Islands Motorists Urged to Exercise Caution During Movers For Life 10K, Monday, 12 November

On Monday, 12 November, Movers for Life is hosting a 10K, which begins at 4:30AM.

The participants will leave from the Countryside Shopping Centre, and travel west along Shamrock Road, and South Sound Road, then north on South Church Street, Harbour Drive, and West Bay Road, and finish at the Seven Mile Public Beach.

No roads will be closed, however, motorists traveling in these areas on Sunday morning are advised to exercise caution.

 

Outside casinos face tough path in Florida

By Clark Schultz, From SA

Voters in Florida passed Amendment 3 by a wide margin in a development that makes it more difficult for new casinos to open up in the state and for sports betting measures to be instituted.

The amendment was heavily supported by the Seminole Tribe to protects its local casinos and Disney (NYSE:DIS) to guard against new tourism challengers. Major casino operators such as MGM Resorts (NYSE:MGM) and Wynn Resorts (NASDAQ:WYNN) have been mentioned as having potential interest in Florida if the casino process was easier.

For more: https://seekingalpha.com/news/3406553-outside-casinos-face-tough-path-florida#email_link

 

Celebrity Edge Delivery and Celebrity Apex Keel Laying

From Royal Caribbean

We help operate an online Press Center for Celebrity Cruises and we thought you might be interested in today’s video, “Milestone Moments for Celebrity Cruises’ Edge Series: Celebrity Edge Delivery and Celebrity Apex Keel Laying.” Celebrity Cruises took delivery of the groundbreaking Celebrity Edge and the historic delivery ceremony was underscored by another major milestone as the keel was laid for the second-in-series Celebrity Apex.

View Video Here: https://www.celebritycruisespresscenter.com/video/90/milestone-moments-for-celebrity-cruises-edge-series-celebrity-edge-delivery-and-celebrity-apex-keel-laying/

 

Cayman Cookout

SAVE THE DATE:

JANUARY 16 – 20, 2019

TICKETS ARE NOW ON SALE: www.caymancookout.com

The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman will once again become the culinary epicenter of the Caribbean when it hosts the Eleventh Annual Cayman Cookout from January 16-21, 2019. Created and hosted by esteemed Chef Eric Ripert – seafood master and co-owner of Le Bernardin in New York City and Blue by Eric Ripert at The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman – Cayman Cookout 2019 will see Chef Ripert joined by an impressive roster of globally recognised culinary stars including José Andrés, Andrew Zimmern, Emeril Lagasse, Yannick Alleno, Dominique Crenn, Amanda Cohen, Emma Bengtsson and Nancy Silverton.

Cayman Cookout brings together talented chefs, wine and spirit experts, and culinary influencers in one of the most prestigious celebrations of food and wine in the world. Guests at this exclusive, interactive festival will enjoy dynamic cooking demonstrations, exclusive tastings and dining events, exciting local tours and unique epicurean experiences — all presented with a sense of barefoot elegance. The schedule of intimate events and celebrations allows for unprecedented access and interaction with some of the world’s most famous and beloved chefs as well as unforgettable meals all set in one of the Caribbean’s most exclusive destinations. Set along Seven Mile Beach at the luxurious Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman, Cayman Cookout is hosted in partnership with Cayman Islands Department of Tourism.

Tickets and room packages for Cayman Cookout 2019 are now available at www.caymancookout.com.

Bookings can be made at http://www.ritzcarlton.com/grandcayman, by phone at 800-241-3333 or by contacting one’s preferred travel professional.

 

Cayman National Choir & Orchestra Presents “EPIC JOURNEYS”

Cayman: Sister Islands Post Offices Closure

All post offices on Cayman Brac and Little Cayman will be closed on Thursday, 8 November 2018 for a staff function.

The post offices will resume normal business hours on Friday, 9 November 2018.

The Postal Service apologies for any inconvenience the closure might cause.

 

MOVEMBER- Men’s Cancer Awareness Month

 

Cayman Islands invited to take part in Ringing for Peace: Armistice 100

Remembrance Sunday, which is held around the world, honours all veterans, including those who sacrificed their lives to serve their country.

On Sunday, 11 November 2018 the Cayman Islands will join nations around the world in ‘ringing for peace’ to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day.

As part of this observance the is issuing an appeal to communities, churches, businesses and all persons across the Islands to ring bells in unison on Armistice Day to mark the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War.

Church bells across the United Kingdom remained restricted throughout the course of the war and only rang freely once Armistice was declared on 11 November 1918.

To join the international initiative to celebrate the day the guns fell silent and the peace and friendship that now exists between nations, as well as to remember those who served and the lives that were lost, individuals and organisations that wish to take part should ring out bells 11 times starting at 11 a.m.

The annual Remembrance Sunday ceremony will be held at the Cenotaph outside Elmslie Memorial Church in George Town on Sunday, 11 November 2018.

The public is invited to attend starting at 10.45 a.m.

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IMAGE: WGEL Radio

Updated Cayman Islands Green Iguana cull numbers

 

Cayman Islands Cultural Foundation Presents “Moon On A Rainbow Shawl”

 

Cayman Islands Pirates Week Office announces Road Closures

The Pirates Week Office is pleased to announce the hosting of its 41st Pirates Week, Cayman’s National Festival.

This event, which caters to over 30,000 patrons, will be starting in Grand Cayman on Thursday, November 8th until Monday, November 12th. It will once again be a celebration of music, food, culture, fantasy and fun.

To cater to the festival events, we will be having the following Road Closures:

Wednesday, 7 November, 2018

Shedden Road & Harbour Drive

7:00pm – 3:00am

Thursday, 8 November, 2018

Shedden Road & Harbour Drive

7:00pm – 3:00am (Friday, Nov. 9th)

Friday, 9 November, 2018

Shedden Road & Harbour Drive

10:00am – 5:00am (Saturday, Nov. 10th)

Friday, 9 November, 2018

Harbour Drive & Warwick Drive (barricade across Warwick)

Boilers Road & Walkers Road (Barricade across Boilers Road)

Goring Avenue

3:00pm – 7:00pm

Friday, 9 November, 2018

Albert Panton Street (barricade across Albert Panton right after Margaritaville (MV)

Harbour Drive and Fort Street (barricade across Harbour Drive)

6:00pm – 3:00am (Saturday, Nov. 10th)

Saturday, 10 November, 2018

Harbour Drive (barricade across Harbour Drive right before the Port Authority entrance allowing for Port staff to enter)

Elgin Ave and Shedden Road (barricade across Shedden Rd.)

Boilers Rd. and Harbour Dr. (barricade across Harbour Dr.)

Boilers Road & Walkers Road (barricade across Boilers Rd.)

Goring Ave. will not be accessible due to the Teen-up event on Friday and Saturday

8:00am-N5:00am (Sunday, Nov 11th)

Saturday, 10 November, 2018

Mary Street and North Church Street (barricade across North Church St. forcing traffic to turn left onto Mary Street)

Edward Street and Fort Street (barricade across Fort St, by clock tower)

Dr. Roy’s Drive and Edward St. (barricade across Dr. Roy’s Dr.)

Main St. and Shedden Rd. (barricade across Shedden Rd.)

2:00pm – 6:00pm

Sunday, 11 November, 2018

Spotts Road (cones along the inner lane to allow patrons to walk to and from events saftely)

9:00am – 1:00pm

Sunday, 11 November, 2018

Harbour Drive and Goring Avenue (barricade across Harbour Drive forcing south bound traffic to turn onto Goring Ave.)

 

Cayman Drama Society’s acting classes: Booking open for next term!

CDS TRAINING TIMETABLE AND INFO (Academic Year 2018/19)

TERM 2 8 week term (fee pro-rated) – Tue 30th Oct-Thu 20th December

To book a class click here go to: https://ticket.cds.ky/event?category=1&mc_cid=fcf38bc98d&mc_eid=7dd5b9efca

TUESDAY

Acting – Junior group: 10-12 yrs 4.00-5.30pm $135

**This class moves into exploration of character, improvisation and devising their own pieces. This is a key age for development and therefore we place a strong focus on the creative process and everyone getting to input ideas with whatever we work on.**

WEDNESDAY

Acting – Stage group: 13-16 yrs 5.00-6.30pm $155

**By this age all the core skills from the other age groups will be covered, along with script work and the option to try directing other scenes with guidance. On occasion, this class will choose their own pieces and this can include both classical and modern texts.**

Actors Training: 7-9pm $200

**This class is mixed ability. It will be tailored to the groups needs but will likely include in depth scene studies, character work and improvisation/devising skills along with acting theory and techniques. There will be the option of selecting your own pieces at points, if the group chooses this.**

THURSDAY

Acting – Mini group: 5-6 yrs 3.15-4.15pm $80

**This class has the focus on play and storytelling. Children will largely do teacher-in-role exercises and learn to work as part of a group, as well as individuals. They will be asked to explore their imagination with an aim to develop confidence alongside skills. This can eventually lead to the creation of their own work and some small performances.**

Acting – Junior group: 7-9 yrs 4.30-6pm $135

**This class moves into exploration of character, improvisation and devising their own pieces. This is a key age for development and therefore we place a strong focus on the creative process and everyone getting to input ideas with whatever we work on. It works with a slightly smaller age group, and younger content than our 10-12s class whilst building on the same skill set.**

 

Beating Depression, Anxiety and Narcotics Addiction: 2019 Update Eastern Caribbean Cruise

Fort Lauderdale, FL, United States

Sun, Apr 28 – Sun, May 5, 2019

Synopsis

1.Physicians in primary care need up-to date, standardized and precise measuring tools for identifying SUD and their readiness for treatment 2.In the last 20 years physicians seek better strategies of managing Dual diagnosis

Providers

Continuing Education, Inc

Dates

Sun, Apr 28 – Sun, May 5, 2019

Venue

Aboard Royal Caribbean’s Harmony of the Seas

Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale, FL, N/A

United States

Contact Information

Phone: 1-800-422-0711

Fax:

Contact Name: Continuing Education, Inc

Contact E-mail: [email protected]

Website: http://www.continuingeducation.net

Topics

Addiction Medicine

Faculty

Joseph Beltempo, PhD;Gisela Schlosser, BA, MD, CCFP, FCFP

Est Attendance

25-50

SOURCE: http://www.ptmg.com/meeting-details/Beating-Depression,-Anxiety-and-Narcotics-Addiction-2019-Update-Eastern-Caribbean-Cruise–Fort-Lauderdale-FL-359280

 

Cayman Islands Public Holidays for 2018/9

The list of Cayman Islands Public Holidays for 2018 is now officially confirmed and released by the’s Office.

The list is as follows:

Remembrance Day: Monday, 12 November 2018;

Christmas: Tuesday, 25 December 2018; and

Boxing Day: Wednesday, 26 December 2018.

Cayman Islands Public Holidays for 2019 Listed

· All public holidays for 2019, with the exception of the Queen’s Birthday holiday in June, are now confirmed.

· The Queen’s Birthday holiday is anticipated to be on Monday, 10 June but remains subject to confirmation.

· Christmas holidays are midweek next year.

Grand Cayman (GIS) – Public Holidays in the Cayman Islands for 2019, except the Queen’s Birthday holiday, are officially confirmed by the Deputy Governor’s Office.

The Governor’s Office informs the Trooping of the Colour, annual ceremony held to commemorate the Queen’s Official Birthday, is likely to be on Saturday, 8 June 2019. Consequently, the official Queen’s Birthday public holiday in the Cayman Islands is likely to be Monday, 10 June 2019. Official confirmation is expected in early 2019.

The 2019 public holidays are:

New Year’s Day: Tuesday, 1 January;

National Heroes Day: Monday, 28 January;

Ash Wednesday: Wednesday, 6 March;

Good Friday: Friday, 19 April;

Easter Monday: Monday, 22 April;

Discovery Day: Monday, 20 May;

Queen’s Birthday: Monday, 10 June (UNCONFIRMED);

Constitution Day: Monday, 1 July;

Remembrance Day: Monday, 11 November;

Christmas: Wednesday, 25 December; and

Boxing Day: Thursday, 26 December.

For the official web portal, www.gov.ky:

Web title: 2019 Public Holidays Listed

Web blurb: The Deputy Governor’s Office has released the official list of 2019 public holidays, except the Queen’s Birthday holiday.

 

Cayman Drama Society Presents A Playhouse Family Christmas

IAM is proud to announce the details for our next Pharma & Biotech IP conference.

Following on from last year’s successful event, we are delighted to confirm that Pharma and Biotech IP will be returning to London on 28 January 2019.

Building on the past two years, Pharma and Biotech IP will provide IP professionals within life sciences with a unique platform to learn, share best practice and hear the latest IP strategies for thriving at a time when regulatory and legislative changes are having a significant impact. And don’t forget the excellent networking opportunities that all IAM events provide!

“The IAM Pharma and Biotech IP was a fantastic event, with excellent speakers and content, and a great mix of delegates for networking.” -BenevolentAI

Are you interested in attending IAM’s Pharma and Biotech event in 2019? Click here to register your place ahead of the agenda announcement with a £200 discount – quote code PHABIO200.

For further information, you can contact [email protected].

We look forward to meeting you in London!

 

Managing Trademark Assets Europe heads to London on 28 January

Managing Trademark Assets Europe 2019

Hear how in-house counsel are cost-effectively managing trademark portfolios

World Trademark Review (WTR) is delighted to announce that Managing Trademark Assets Europe will be heading to London on 28 January 2019.

Managing Trademark Assets Europe will deliver a new exciting agenda and speaker line-up with key topics including:

The cost-effective strategic management of trademarks

Trademarks across the enterprise: communication and presentation

Fighting counterfeits with limited budgets

gTLDs, GDPR and the UDRP: navigating the ever-shifting online enforcement landscape

Ethically managing brand identity and enforcement on social media

MTA Europe Full Programme

This is a unique forum that will once again bring together trademark counsel and brand experts from a variety of industries and provide a space in which to hear new insights, discuss best practice and share strategies for cost effectively building and protecting resilient brands.

Plus, don’t forget the excellent networking opportunities that WTR events provide!

For more: http://www.wtr-events.com/events/managing-trademark-assets-europe-2019/event-summary-7f26f784c11648fcbfe5ea80a2752657.aspx?_cldee=Y29saW5AbWFnbmFjYXJ0YW11c2ljYWx0cmlhbC5jb20=&recipientid=contact-57e8272377944a28afebfbf6398e3864-560418d2f4da46d6b6f35677af82e3a4&utm_source=ClickDimensions&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=MTA%20Europe%202018%20-%20Marketing&esid=0754e7e1-81ba-e811-8147-e0071b6c3f11&urlid=2

 

IP business leaders are heading to Rio this November

Limited price US $ 495 LATAM100 places using the code * – Save US $ 100 at the normal rate. You can register at weblink below.

The people you know are just as important as what you learn. Latin America business leaders bring IP to Rio de Janeiro on November 29 – is your chance to be part of the conversation.

Latin America is designed specifically for rights holders in the region seeking to leverage and maximize the value of their IP assets. With a series of networking sessions, registration breakfast and a long lunch, Latin America offers unparalleled opportunities to meet and interact with their peers.

Latin America 2018

IPBC is proud to have an equal hearing and diverse owners of IP, decision makers, licensors and influencers, policy experts, internal consultants, lawyers from private practice, IP service providers and other members of the global community of IP. IPBC Latin America really is the only opportunity this year to discuss issues of IP pressing with people around the ecosystem of IP.

But there is much more to Latin America than IPBC alone make new contacts. A respected teacher discuss and analyze the problems faced by rights holders and provide market information and practical advice for international IP holders operating in the region. See the full agenda at weblink below.

For more: http://events.ipbc.com/events/ipbc-latin-america-2018/event-summary-fa36b62bea144e8cb16eaf7e41f692fa.aspx?_cldee=Y29saW5AbWFnbmFjYXJ0YW11c2ljYWx0cmlhbC5jb20%3d&recipientid=contact-57e8272377944a28afebfbf6398e3864-0421447cb14f48fb9330ebfc872b838c&utm_source=ClickDimensions&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=IPBC%20Latin%20America%202018%20-%20Marketing&esid=855acab2-11b5-e811-8146-e0071b6c3f11&urlid=0

 

Cayman Islands’ Chatterbox Adult Family Support Services

We offer family support for all ages.

You can find contact details on the flyer below to discuss any concerns you may need help with.

We are here to help!

Learn More

Chatterbox | 949 7065 | [email protected]| www.chatterboxcayman.com

 

Cayman Islands: NGCI’s annual costume gala helps raise funds toward free public programming and free admission.

Save the date! 30 November 2018.

With your generous support of this annual event…

Gallery Admission Remains Free

Purchasing a ticket to the ’s annual fundraising gala helps to ensure that admission remains free for everyone. The receives 18,000 – 20,000 visitors per annum including students of all ages from every district in the Cayman Islands!

Take a look at our free programmes.

Creativity is Fostered within our Community

Funds raised at the 2017 Infinity Ball has allowed the to offer free family fun days and art activities. These inspiring opportunities have fostered creativity within our community and strengthened family bonds.

Learn more about upcoming Family Fun at NGCI.

The Next Generation is Inspired

The ’s programme supports our growing community of creative professionals. Your support provides the National Gallery with the resources needed to nurture the next generation through meaningful work experience placements, career guidance and valuable resources.

Did we mention the NGCI gala is a lot of fun…

GALA TICKETS GO ON SALE 17 SEPTEMBER 2018!

CALL OR STOP IN THE GALLERY TO PURCHASE TICKETS. @NatGalCayman |www.nationalgallery.org.ky | (345) 945 8111 |[email protected]

 

Cayman Islands: NRA Announces Construction of the Extension

The National Roads Authority (NRA) has begun construction of the Elgin Avenue extension.

The construction will extend east of Elgin Avenue from the CNB roundabout, connecting to a new two-lane roundabout, with exits to Printer Way and Crewe Road. When construction is complete motorist will not be able to access Printer Way via Thomas Russell Avenue.

Construction will last approximately four months. During the construction period drivers are asked to keep watch for traffic diversions and asked to drive with caution.

NRA thanks the public for their patience during these roadworks, and look forward to providing the benefit of these much-needed improvements.

Please call 946-7780 or Email [email protected] if you have any questions or comments regarding this project.

 

Cayman Islands; 24th Annual Conference on Women’s Health: Care Of Women Over 50

, , Cayman Islands

Wed, Nov 14 – Sat, Nov 17, 2018

Synopsis

Including topics on: Breast Cancer, , Sexual Dysfunction, Urogynecology, Menopause, and much more…

Providers

Symposia Medicus

Dates

Wed, Nov 14 – Sat, Nov 17, 2018

Venue

The Westin Grand Cayman Seven Mile Beach Resort & Spa

30620 Seven Mile Beach, Seven Mile Beach 0

Grand Cayman,

Cayman Islands

Contact Information

Phone: (925) 969-1789

Contact Name: Jim Goodrich

Contact E-mail: [email protected]

Website: http://www.symposiamedicus.org/Assets/Conference/1477/1477.html

Topics

Breast Cancer, Mental Health, Sexual Dysfunction, Urogynecology, Menopause, and much more…

Faculty

James Fiorica, MD, FACOG; Charles Rardin, MD; et.al

Est Attendance

175-225

COMMUNITY EVENTS (Date Order)

THU NOV 8

West End Primary School PTA

The West End Primary School PTA meeting is Thursday (8 Nov) from 7pm.

Community Thatch Plaiting Class

The community thatch plaiting class is Thursday (8 Nov) at Heritage House from 7 to 9pm.

Little Cayman Vehicle Licensing Visit

The Little Cayman Vehicle Licensing Visit is Thursday (8 Nov) from 9am to 230pm at the Little Cayman District Office.

Christmas Give Kick Off

You are invited to help Camana Bay kick off the annual Christmas Give holiday charitable initiative at a special premiere of The Grinch on Thursday, November 8 at 6 p.m. where you’ll be the first to see the new movie in the Cayman Islands! All proceeds from the movie will be donated to Cayman Food Bank. Gather your friends and family for a fun night out in support of a great cause. Tickets must be purchased in advance only for CI$15 at the Camana Bay Visitor Centre. Bring non-perishable food to donate when you purchase your ticket or on the night of the film and receive a voucher for a free small popcorn.  For more information, contact [email protected]

Vehicle Licensing in Little Cayman

The Department of Vehicle Licensing will be on Little Cayman on Thursday (8 Nov) from 9 until 2pm at the District Administration Building.

FRI NOV 9

DCI Closure

The Department of Commerce and Investment (DCI) in Grand Cayman, including its Business Licensing Counter on the first floor of the Government Administration Building, will close for the day on Friday 9 November to facilitate a staff retreat.

SAT NOV 10

Public Beach Clean Up

CUC Warns Green Iguana Cullers

CUC advises participants in the Green Iguana Culling programme to exercise extreme caution around CUC’s poles and power lines, especially when extracting iguanas from trees or branches that are in close proximity to poles and power lines.

Bargain Store Sale

St. George’s Anglican Church is having a Bargain Store Sale on Saturday (10 Nov) from 7am to 11am.

SUN NOV 11

Sister Islands Remembrance Day Service

The Sister Islands Remembrance Day Service will be at the Cenotaph at the District Administration Lawn on Sunday (11 Nov) at 1030am.

Grand Habour Road Work

Expect roadworks on Sunday (11 Nov) at the Grand Harbour Roundabout.

 

MON NOV 12

Pirates Beach Clean Up

Fish Fry Fundraiser

The Mens’ group of North Side Church ( New Direction) is having a fund raising fish fry on November 12th from 11:00am to 3:00pm at the Church. The event is being held to raise funds for the Church’s youth programs. Cost is CI$10.00 and includes a drink – a swanky

WED NOV 14

Bodden Town District Committee Meeting

The Bodden Town District Committee Meeting is Wednesday (14 Nov) at 630pm at Mission House.

FRI NOV 16 -SUN NOV 18

Little Cayman Pirates Weekend

The Little Cayman Pirates Weekend is Friday – Sunday (16 – 18 Nov).

SUN NOV 18

Grand Habour Road Work

Expect roadworks on Sunday (18 Nov) at the Grand Harbour Roundabout.

THU NOV 22

Little Cayman Vehicle Licensing Visit

The Little Cayman Vehicle Licensing Visit is Thursday (22 Nov) from 9am to 230pm at the Little Cayman District Office

SAT NOV 24

Breeze Fusion Brac 5K Walk/Run

The Breeze Fusion Brac 5K Walk/Run is Saturday (24 Nov) at 6:30am at public beach.

7th Annual Christmas Arts & Craft Bazaar

The 7th Annual Christmas Arts & Craft Bazaar is Saturday (24 Nov) from10am to 2pm in Loyola Hall at St. Ignatius Catholic School off Walkers Road.

Pink Ladies Bazaar

The Pink Ladies Bazaar is Thursday (24 Nov) from 2 to 5pm at the Arts & Recreation Center in Camana Bay.

MON NOV 26

National Gallery Call for Artists

The National Gallery is putting out a call for artists for a new biennial exhibition showcasing the very best of Cayman’s artistic landscape. The deadline to apply is Monday (26 Nov). For more information email [email protected].

TUE NOV 27

Holiday Moonlight and Movies

The Holiday Moonlight and Movies on the Crescent in Camana Bay starts Tuesday (27 Nov) at 6pm.

THU NOV 29

Cayman HospiceCare’s Light Up A Life

Cayman HospiceCare’s Light Up A Life event is Thursday (29 Nov) from 530pm to 9pm at Cassia Court in Camana Bay.

Community Thatch Plaiting Class

The Community Thatch Plaiting Class is Thursday (29 Nov) from 7 to 9pm at Heritage House.

THU NOV 29 & FRI NOV 30

Cayman Brac Summary Court

The Cayman Brac Summary Court is Thursday & Friday (29 & 30 Nov).

 

SUN DEC 2

Male Voice Christmas Concert

The Male Voice Christmas Concert is Sunday (2 Dec) at 7pm at Elmslie United Church.

Camana Bay Holiday Events

For the full list of event details this month
and weekly rituals, click here.
It’s beginning to look at lot like Christmas at Camana Bay and it all kicks off with the Annual Tree Lighting on Saturday, Nov. 17. Come out and watch the Town Centre transform info a sparkling wonderland while listening to holiday tunes and watching inspiring performances – and, of course, see Santa! Holiday Moonlight & Movies are back every Tuesday until Dec. 18. For the final showing, the public will be given the opportunity to vote on their favourite holiday-themed film – voting will be opened on the Camana Bay Facebook page from Nov. 19.

Santa Claus is coming to town to take photos and to listen to your wish list every Thursday, from Nov. 29 until Dec. 20. Every Saturday from Dec. 1-22, Santa will go island style in a tropical shirt and shorts, and photos will take place on the Island overlooking the harbour.

On Saturday, Dec. 1, Cayman 27’s Parade of Lights is back at Camana Bay. Take in the showcase of beautifully lit boats at Grand Cayman’s largest gathering.

If you are looking for an ‘all about local’ Christmas and wish to show support to local artists, then stop by the Visual Arts Society’s Christmas Craft Market on Saturday, Sept. 8 to browse homemade art, jewellery, crafts, and ornaments. On Saturday, Dec. 15, come out to the Junior Achievement Market on the Paseo and show your support to young enterprising achievers in support of their handmade products. If you want to continue supporting worthy causes throughout the season, give back by taking part in the Santa Run on Sunday, Dec. 16, where all proceeds raised will benefit the Camana Bay Christmas Give.

The holiday season is all about tradition, so why not stop by Abacus on Friday, Dec. 21 for the 11th Annual Mistletoe Party! This is the event of the year to be and be seen. Don your best winter whites and dance the night away while also supporting the Lions Club of Cayman.

If you still need to get more off your shopping list don’t forget to stop by Camana Bay, every Thursday for Thursday Late-Night Shopping where participating shops will stay open until 8 p.m. to allow more time to complete your Christmas shopping!

Start your New Year’s Eve by dining at one of Camana Bay’s signature restaurants with your loved ones and enjoying a fireworks display at 8 p.m.

This holiday season, whether you come to Camana Bay to shop, dine or play, there is something for everyone to enjoy!

For more real-time updates and what’s happening at Camana Bay, visitCamanabay.com/events.

Warm Regards,
The Camana Bay Marketing Team

Here is a quick look at November’s special events:

Holiday Market
Wednesdays, Nov. 14 through Dec. 19 (except Dec. 5)
12-7 p.m.  
the Paseo

Annual Tree Lighting 
Saturday, Nov. 17 
4-11 p.m.
the Crescent

Pink Ladies Christmas Bazaar
Saturday, Nov. 24 
2-5 p.m.  
the Arts & Recreation Centre

Holiday Moonlight & Movies
Tuesdays, Nov. 27 through Dec. 18
7 p.m.
the Crescent

Traditional Santa Photos brought to you by Picture This Studios
Thursdays, Nov. 29 through Dec. 20
5-7 p.m.
the Crescent

Cayman HospiceCare’s Light up a Life
Thursday, Nov. 29
5:30-9 p.m.   
Cassia Court

Caribbean Santa Photos brought to you by Picture This Studios
Saturday, Dec. 1-22
3-5 p.m.
the Island

Cayman 27’s Parade of Lights
Saturday, Dec. 1
6-10 p.m.
Camana Bay Harbour

Visual Arts Society Christmas Craft Market
Saturday, Dec. 8
10 a.m.-5 p.m.   
the Paseo

Junior Achievement Market
Saturday, Dec. 15
4-7 p.m.   
the Paseo

Santa Run
Saturday, Dec. 16
6-9 p.m.   
the Town Centre

11th Annual Mistletoe 
Friday, Dec. 21
7 p.m.-2 a.m.   
Abacus

New Year’s Eve Fireworks
Monday, Dec. 31
8 p.m.
the Town Centre

Camana Bay November Events

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