November 28, 2020

CNCF thanks Cayman for the success of “Red Sky at Night”

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327The Cayman National Cultural Foundation wants to say “Thank you!”

“We hope you all enjoyed this year’s “Red Sky at Night” festival. What a success! We couldn’t have done it without the enthusiasm and support from our community and we are truly thankful.”

Survey Says…

How did we do? We’re always searching for ways to improve and are looking forward to making Cayfest and the “Red Sky at Night” festival even better! Please take a couple minutes (it’s only x10 questions, easy-peasy) to fill out our online survey.

The winner of the 1st Annual Tree Decorating Competition was:


With 79 votes Red Bay Primary School took first place in the 1st Annual Tree Decorating competition. 2nd place went to George Town Primary School and 3rd place went to local artist Kathryn Elphinstone. Congratulations to Red Bay Primary School and to everyone who took part in the competition. We know a lot of hard work was put into your trees. We loved them!!

Festival booklet…

If you would like a copy or copies of the festival booklet to keep as a little memento they will be available from the CNCF office until the end of March.

Keep an eye out…

Festival pictures will be posted on the CNCF Facebook page shortly. Visit and “Like” their page.

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