September 22, 2020

Cayman Islands Youth Services Unit’s Summer camp offerings: spaces limited


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The Youth Services Unit is offering three competitively-priced camps for youth aged between 11 and 17 years old this summer.

The Unit’s Acting Head, James Myles said, “Our camps aim to appeal to older children as so many specifically target younger children. Given the popularity of creative, interactive cookery shows, we’ve organised two camps which will whet the appetites for all junior bakers and chefs out there Our third camp embraces Cayman’s cultural heritage and seeks to foster an appreciation of civic while celebrating our history.

“We want youth to be entertained and engaged, while also allowing them to grow.”

Spaces are limited so booking early is advised.


Teens Cake Boss

Activities: Teens will go head-to-head in a camp competition to find Cayman’s best young baker. Learning activities include: interactive baking demos, guest chef judges and daily challenges in pastry-making, cake-baking, dessert preparation and styling (fondant work and sugar craft). Recommended for young bakers with intermediate or expert skills. Competitors eligible for prizes.

: 13-17 years (: 10 Children)

Dates: 4-7 July 2017

Cost: $50

Hours: 9 a.m.- 2 p.m.

Address: John Gray High School Cooking Classrooms.


 Learn To Cook

Activities: Want to learn how to cook? Start with the basics and strengthen your skills in the kitchen by making inexpensive dishes with the help of easy-to-follow demos and guidance from local culinary instructors. Featuring tutorials on simple dishes, this camp will teach you how to make easy and impressive meals for family and friends. Recommended for beginner chefs.

Age Range: 11-17 years (Camp Capacity: 18 Children)

Dates: 4-7 July 2017

Cost: $50

Hours: 9 a.m.- 2 p.m.

Address: John Gray High School Cooking Classrooms.


Teen Summit ’17 – Coat Of Arms

Activities: Teen Summit brings Cayman’s Coat of Arms to life with a packed schedule of special events, visits to iconic sites and interactive competitions aimed at fostering civics and celebrating Cayman’s diverse culture. With a fresh approach to youth empowerment, Team Summit explores Cayman’s unique past, present and future.

Age Range: 13-17 years (Camp Capacity: 45 Teens)

Dates: 10-14 July 2017

Cost: $50

Hours: 9 a.m.- 3 p.m.

Address: University College of the Cayman Islands (U.C.C.I.).

To register or to get more information, please email [email protected] or call 943-1127.




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