October 20, 2020

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CHAMBER’S PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT & TRAINING CENTRE: All courses can be browsed and booked online at www.caymanchamber.ky.

Course rates: Members: One day $150. Two days $225

Future Members: One day $225. Two days $300

If interested in a Training Card, email [email protected]

Chamber Members receive an additional 10% off FEATURED COURSES.

NORTHWARD ROAD PARK CHRISTMAS OF LIGHTS SERVICE: Please join us for or yearly service of lighting of the Christmas tree and the sharing candles of Friendship and singing of carols for children and adults. Sunday December 4th 2011 at 6:00pm

DIGITAL MARKETING CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTORS: The newly formed Cayman Islands Marketing Professional Association (CIMPA) will host its second marketing event on Monday, November 21st 5.30-7.30pm at the Gardenia Court in Camana Bay. Pre-registration is required. To register your attendance please e-mail [email protected] It’s free.

NATIONAL GALLERY OF THE CAYMAN ISLANDS (NGCI)

BIG ART AUCTION: On now through 24th November Several of Cayman’s leading artists have come together for a month-long exhibition at the National Gallery. For more information on the Big Art Auction contact the Gallery 945-8111 or email Julia on [email protected] for a private tour.

ALZHEIMERS SUPPORT GROUP: Is being launched, Anyone who is a caregiver, spouse, child or friend of a loved one who is suffering from this debilitating disease and is interested in being a part of this new community initiative, please contact Dorothy at 929-1655 or email: [email protected]

LOST DOGS: Department of Agriculture and veterinary students of St. Matthew’s University provide an online list of dogs found on island and are housed at the Department of Agriculture Animal Rescue Shelter off Agricola Road in Lower Valley. Anyone missing a dog can visit the website www.smustudents.webs.com or visit the shelter Monday through Friday 12-1pm and 3.30 to 4.30pm.

GUIDED MASTIC TRAIL TOURS: Tuesday through Friday mornings

Enjoy a guided nature walk through the dense tropical forest known as the Mastic Reserve, teeming with native and endemic flora and fauna. Additional days and private tours may also be available.

$20 for members, $24 for non-members . Contact Stuart Mailer sm[email protected], or call (345) 7491124 for more information. Call for reservations, meeting time and directions.

BLUE IGUANA SAFARI: Monday through Saturday 11:00 a.m. at the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park. Come and meet the Blues! This one and a half hour fully guided tour takes you behind the scenes at the captive breeding facility. $24 and includes admission to the Park. Tickets available at the Park Gate, reservations are not required.

MUSIC EXTRAVAGANZA: Rotary Central fundraiser, Saturday, 26th November 7pm till midnight at the Brick House, Grand Harbour, features three bands. Tickets $25. Drawing for prizes include $40,000, 10 prizes of $1,000.

NATIONAL GALLERY FUNDRAISER: Students public and private schools are invited to participate in “ dress down” day for a donation of $2.00 or more. The National Gallery chairman will match donations and each student will get a keepsake wristband of this effort to raise $100,000 to complete the new National Gallery and Education Centre. For more information contact Mona at communications. [email protected]

CINECLUB: CineClub is for the foreign and art-film lovers, who want an experience of movies from around the world. CineClub is held on the second and fourth Monday of each month at the National Gallery in Harbour Place from 6:00pm to 8:00pm. Admission is $5.00 or FREE for members. Contact Anne on [email protected] for more information.

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

THE POWER OF FAITH DELIVERANCE MINSTRY: 100 Greenwood Drive (Swamp) hosts Sunday school worship 10:15am and 7:00pm. Tuesday: New Believers class 7:30 to 8:30pm. Wednesday, Revival and Deliverance service, 7:30pm. Friday, Youth Flex at 7pm Contact 322-1485 or email [email protected] All are welcome

CHURCH SERVICE ST. ALBAN’S 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 www.churchofenglandcayman.com

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

ST. GEORGE’S ANGLICAN CHURCH OUTREACH AND MISSION COMMITTEE: Invites all to a Golden Oldies Dinner Dance on Friday, 28th October at 7 p.m. at the church hall, 64 Courts Rd., off Eastern Ave. Music by Lammie; MC: Banny the Connoisseur. Cost: $35. For tickets call the church office at 949-5583. Door prizes and surprises!

HALLELUJAH 2011: Everyone is invited to Bodden Town Church of God. Choirs and groups from across Cayman will minster. Speaker will be Pastor Winston Rose. Starts at 7pm

PASTORS PRAYER: West Bay pastors meet for their monthly time of prayer. 10:30am, Church Of God Chapel, Town Hall Road.

BETHESDA COUNSELLING CENTER: At 68 Mary Street caters to all persons who seek help. Call 946-6575. Open Monday to Friday 9.30am to 5.30pm. Appointments can be made for Saturdays and late evenings. The center is owned and operated by the United Church in Jamaica and the Cayman Islands.

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 visitwww.overcomersoutreach.org

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