October 27, 2020

Culture Shock Friday (25)


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58862_186611048153393_1563489764_nA new monthly event celebrating all things local is set to kick off this Friday evening.

‘Culture Shock: a Cayman Nite’ is designed to be the pulse of Cayman, and Grass Piece Group, the local non-profit organization behind it, plans to revitalize George Town through a once monthly celebration of Cayman people, music, art and culture.

The entrance will be free and kids will have their own special area for fun and games and there will be lots of Caymanian food favourites at each event.

Road Closures – Friday 25 October 2013

The following junctions will be closed on Friday 25 October from 5.30pm until 10.00pm to facilitate the Culture Shock event.

·         Harbour Drive/ Cardinal Avenue

·         Harbour Drive/Fort Street

A spokesperson for Grass Piece said, “In so many other countries the capital is where all the excitement is. It’s as if you can feel the heartbeat of the city intensify as night falls. But here in Grand Cayman, after corporate business hours, George Town is eerily deserted and quiet; many have likened it to a ghost town. Part of the problem is that there is nothing to draw people in. Grass Piece management wants to change that and expects that these events will give locals a reason to fall in love with Town again. We want to bring excitement back to downtown George Town while re-building a sense of community, and we plan to do exactly that on the last Friday of every month.

388471_181139918700506_820767914_n“Imagine people simply enjoying each other’s company, like a good backyard cookout, and you have Culture Shock — people you love, conversation, laughter, games, music, and, of course, good ‘cook food’.  It will bring visitors and locals back to the capital for something fabulous each month. From arts and entertainment to local vendors and other surprises, there will always be something new to see.”

To learn more about this event, please contact:

Grass Piece Group

Cell: 926.0961

[email protected]


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