December 2, 2020

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A MIDSUMMER NIGHTS DREAM: Opening night at the Prospect Playhouse, November 25-December 10th 7.30pm Show continues tomorrow, 7.30pm, Sunday, 3pm (matinee) and two more weekends. Contact 949-5054 for tickets or [email protected]

LEAN ON ME: Committee holds Christmas Drive for families in need. Members will be at Smith Cove, South Sound, to collect food items, clothing, gift certificates and monetary donations. Call 926-7724 or 925-1959 for more info. December 10th 2011.

 FLEA MARKET: Organized by Neighborhood Moms, 6.30am to 12.30pm at Ross Residence/Lawn Crewe Rd near the Airport, across from Ms. Jance Preschool, Contact 927-6974 or email [email protected] December 10th 2011

 CHRISTMAS CONCERT: Clifton Hunter High School invites all to attend the annual concert featuring fun, music and drama. 5.30pm, school hall. Admission is free. Refreshments will be available. December 12,2011

REPORTING SESSION: All John Gray High School parents and guardians are reminded of a reporting session at the Campus for years 7-9, from 5pm until 6.30om. Christmas Musical and Raffle: The North Side Primary School invites everyone to their programme Just Believe, 7pm at the Craddock Ebanks Civic Centre Entrance fee of $5 allows tickets holders to win prizes. December 13th 2011

ST. IGNATIUS CAROL SERVICE: Christmas Fundraiser, Wednesday December 14th at 7.00pm Gate prize of $25,000 and lots of other prizes, includes five Cayman Airways vouchers. Tickets are $25.00 and are available at St. Ignatius and from a number of local supermarkets and businesses

REPORTING SESSION: All John Gray High School parents and guardians are reminded of a reporting session at the Campus for years 10 and 11, from 5pm till 6.30pm December 14th 2011


6:30pm National Gallery Education Centre

Miss Lassie’s Duplex, South Sound Road, for more information and to RSVP

Contact the Gallery on 945-8111


ARTECCEN ART FINE ART GALLERY: Enter to win a FREE original painting by

Arteccentrix Gallery owner/artist Nickola McCoy!

Prize Drawing on 23rd December

Call: 927-2076 for more details

E-mail: [email protected]

CHRISTMAS BASKETS: The public is invited to suggest names of families who would benefit. Contact [email protected] Baskets will be distributed by members of the Lions Club of Tropical Gardens in partnership with Camana Bay and Regatta Office Park.

LIBRARY TOY CHEST DRIVE: The Public Library is promoting children’s reading through dress-up and seeks old costumes, hats, ties, vests, gloves, costume jewellery or other items that can be used to enhance “dress-up” storytelling experiences. Donations may be dropped off at any of the Grand Cayman district libraries between 10am and 4pm Mondays through Fridays, and 10am to noon on Saturdays. Call the George Town Public Library on 949-5159 for details.

 CHRISTMAS BAZAAR: Pink Ladies annual fundraiser with sales of crafts, books, plants, games entertainment and tea with homemade cakes. Arts and Recreation Centre at Camana Bay, 2 to 5pm. Adults $5, children $3, under four free, Tickets from any Pink Lady GT Hospital coffee shop or at the door.

 ST GEORGE’S ANGLICAN (EPISCOPAL) CHURCH: Courts Road, Eastern Av. Mass: Sun 7am and 11am, Wed 7:30am Feast & Saint Days 7:30am. Sunday School Sun. 9am. Choir Practice at the church Adults Thu 5:30pm Junior Sat 5 -7:30pm Youth Fellowship (AYF) Sat 5 – 7pm. Knights of St George (male & female) Sun 8am Contact church office 949-5583

 UNITED CHURCH IN JAMAICA & THE CAYMAN ISLANDS: George Town – Elmslie Memorial Church, Robert Young, and George Hicks. West Bay – John Gray. Bodden Town – Webster. North Side – William Pouchie. East End, Gun Bay & Savannah – United Church. Call Council Office and Prospect Youth & Conference Centre 947-1963. Elmslie Church office 949-7923

 CHURCH SERVICE ST. ALBAN’S ANGLICAN CHURCH AND ST. MARY’S ANGLICAN CHURCH: Sundays St. Alban’s Church 8.35 a.m. –  MATINS Sundays To Be Announced 7.30 p.m. – HOLY COMMUNION ST. Mary’s Church, Cayman Brac

9.00 a.m. – CHURCH SCHOOL

9.30 a.m. – HOLY COMMUNION

6.00 p.m. – EVENING PRAYER

Tues – Fri 12.30 p.m. – MIDDAY PRAYERS St. Alban’s Church

Red Letter Weekdays 5.00 p.m. – HOLY COMMUNION St. Alban’s Church. For further details see

 ST GEORGE’S ANGLICAN BARGAIN CORNER: Located upstairs at St. George’s Anglican Church Preschool, Courts Road, Eastern Av. Last Sat of month 7 – 11am.

 CHURCH OF GOD CHAPEL: Academy Way, Walkers Road. Services Sun 9am and 10:30am Contact 949-9393

OVERCOMERS OUTREACH: Is Christ-centered 12 Step Recovery Group addressing addictions and those affected by them, bridging the gap between 12-Step groups and churches. Weekly meetings at CI Baptist Church, 163 Pedro Castle Road Savannah, Mondays, 7pm. For more details contact Virginia Castillo at 946-2422 or visit

 THE GREAT CHRISTMAS GIVEAWAY: Church of God Children’s Choir presents the great Christmas giveaway, opening with a matinee performance on the 4th Dec at 5.00pm show continues on 18th Dec at 7.30pm with a special family night performance on Christmas Day 25th Dec at 7.30pm at the family life center, Admission is free for more information please contact the Church of God Chapel at 946-2524

 VOICES OF CHRISTMAS: December 11, 2011 Savannah United Church invites all to annual cantata, 10am, followed by fellowship brunch. Repeat performance 6pm. Church is at 17 Astral Way, Behind Texaco station.

 24- HOUR PRAYER MEETING: From 6pm December 10th 6pm December 11th at the George Town Cruise Ship Terminal. This is the start of an Eight-Day Mission of Prayer. Contact [email protected]

MISSION OF PRAYER:  December 12th 2011 Continues in West Bay at Public Beach, junction of Northwest Point and Town Hall Roads. 7pm

 MISSION OF PRAYER: December 13th 2011 Continues in Bodden Town at Coe-Wood Beach, 7pm

 MISSION OF PRAYER: December 14th 2011 Continues in East End at Heritage Field 7pm

 MISSION OF PRAYER: December 15th 2011 Continues in North Side at Kaibo Public Beach, 7pm

 CHRISTMAS PROGRAMME: Wesleyan Christian Academy elementary classes. 7.30pm at Wesleyan Holiness Church Musical drama. All are invited December 14th

 HOMECOMING 2011: December 16th 2011 The East End Seventh-day Adventist Church Youth Ministries Department presents this event under the theme No Condemnation at 7.30pm on the church grounds and all day Saturday from 9am, Guest speaker is Marvin Edgar, with guest musical group Avodah Ministries. All are invited

END OF THE YEAR CONCERT: All are invited to the to the concert at Cayman Academy at 6.30pm December 11,2011. Tickets for this night of musical excellence are available from the Seventh Day Adventist conference office, at the school or at the gate. $10 for adults, $5 for children. Food will be available. Proceeds towards music art programmed at the academy. The school is located off Walker’s Road.


Musicians’ Showcase: Saturday 10 December 3-6pm, The Paseo

Parade of Lights: Saturday 10 December 6-10pm, The Crescent & The Paseo

Caribbean Reading Club: Wednesday 14 December 7:30pm, Books & Books

Celebrity Exhibition Soccer Game: Friday 16 December 5-6:30pm, Camana Bay Sports Complex

Moonlight & Movies Christmas Edition: Monday 19 – Thursday 22 December 7pm, Gardenia Court

Monday 19 December 7pm: Elf (2003, PG) After inadvertently wreaking havoc on the elf community due to his ungainly size, a man raised as an elf at the North Pole is sent to the U.S. in search of his true identity.

Tuesday 20 December 7pm: How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000, PG) A grumpy hermit hatches a plan to steal Christmas from the Whos of Whoville.

Wednesday 21 December 7pm: The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993, PG) Jack Skellington, king of Halloweentown, discovers Christmas Town, but doesn’t quite understand the concept.

Thursday 22 December 7pm: Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer (1964, G) A misfit reindeer and his friends look for a place that will accept them.

 Floetry: Wednesday 21 December 7pm, Books & Books

 Mistletoe: Friday 23 December 7:30pm, Abacus

New Year’s Eve Fireworks: Saturday 31December 8pm, The Crescent Friday 16 December 7-10pm: Suite Elite performs pop, reggae, disco, funk and soul hits from through the decades.

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