December 1, 2020

Brac Ag Show celebrates 10 years

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Turkeys were some of the livestock on display at last years show.

Turkeys were some of the livestock on display at last years show.

This Saturday, 2 March will mark the 10th anniversary of the Cayman Brac Agriculture Show.

The show will take place at the Agriculture Grounds off Songbird Road on the Bluff and starts at 8:00 a.m.

The aim of the Show is to promote farming and agriculture in a social and fun atmosphere. There will be livestock displays, crafts and a variety of farm produce. Entertainment will also be provided by many local artistes including Koalition (Dancers) Flo Motion, C-Level Band and Mr. Lammie Seymour. The show is also well known for local delicacies such as stewed turtle, whelks, conch, beef, fish, chicken and lobster prepared in a variety of ways with all the trimmings and sides such as rice and beans, potato salad and locally grown foods.  There will be demonstrations by Royal Cayman Islands Police Services, Health Services Authority and the Fire Department.

Premier Juliana O’Connor-Connolly is encouraging everyone to support both shows and notes that Cayman Airways has scheduled extra flights for those who want to attend the Cayman Brac show.

As in previous years, prizes will be awarded to the King, Queen, Prince and Princess of the Show. Last year’s winners in Cayman Brac were:  Theresa Mena, who was crowned Queen and Margarito “Merch” Chantelope, crowned King. The Prince and Princess of the show were David Scott (Creek and Spot Bay Primary School) and Lorie Parchman from West End Primary.

Admission: $10 for Raffle Ticket and includes the opportunity to win US$2,000 and entry to show; or regular admission is $8 adult and $4 child.

 

 

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