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RCIPS Warns All Residents to Avoid Water-Related Activities This Weekend, 9-10 September

Due to the effects of Hurricane Irma the sea conditions around the islands are expected to deteriorate dramatically beginning tomorrow.  The RCIPS strenuously warns all residents against ANY water-related activities, whether that be boating, surfing, kite-surfing, snorkeling, diving or swimming.  Rough seas and strong currents are expected, and any activity on the water carries great risk.

“Rough weather and high waves have attracted people to the shoreline in the past, especially thrill seekers” said Brad Ebanks, Acting Superintendent of Specialist Operations, “and sadly we have had incidents where people’s lives were put in danger.  We ask you do not risk your life and the lives of those who may try to save you.”


Hurricane Irma Appeal launched by Cayman Islands Red Cross

The Cayman Islands Red Cross (CIRC) is launching its Hurricane Irma appeal in light of the devastation suffered by the Eastern Caribbean islands as the storm continues to wreak havoc throughout the region.

“We really don’t know the extent of the damage as full assessments haven’t been conducted yet, but based on what we have seen and heard Irma has been catastrophic for several nations,” explains CIRC Director Jondo Obi.  “The Anguilla Red Cross has lost its headquarters, and as has now been widely reported the island of Barbuda has basically been declared uninhabitable,” she continues.

“We are still working on establishing contact with our counterparts throughout the region, and those with whom we have reached have stated that they are physically well but emotionally devastated,” adds Mrs. Obi.

The CIRC’s Irma appeal is strictly for monetary donations, and the organisation urges residents *not* to make arrangements to send supplies to the affected areas.

“The arrival of unsolicited donations into a disaster zone is at times referred to as the second disaster,” explains Deputy Director Carolina Ferreira.  “The items that most people would like to donate, like clothing, shoes, household items and toys, are not a priority in the immediate aftermath of a catastrophe, and when they arrive into affected areas they create numerous problems for workers on the ground,”  she explains.

Unsolicited donations are not only difficult and costly to send, but in areas where major ports have been affected and alternative locations are being utilised they become difficult for organisations to access and collect, if they are even made aware of their existence at all.  Furthermore clearing and collecting such goods means diverting personnel and equipment away from more  pressing tasks, like damage assessments.  There is also the issue of sorting and storage, as such widespread devastation means that many buildings have been affected and there is a shortage of space. Lastly, often times the affected population is not in a position to be able to receive these goods at the time when they are sent.

“The Cayman Islands Red Cross is a branch of the British Red Cross, and the funds we collect here go directly to the most affected areas as part of the larger appeal by the British Red Cross and the International Federation,” adds Keith Ford, Disaster Manager for the organisation. “The people of these Eastern Caribbean islands are already going to need a lot of help, but the truth is that Jose is following closely behind a similar path and set to turn into a major hurricane itself. We must help.”

Persons wishing to donate to the Cayman Islands Red Cross Hurricane Irma Caribbean Appeal can do so via direct deposit to Bank of Butterfield Account 1360350540060 or at our Cayman Corporate Centre office on 27 Hospital Road, 1st Floor. For more information, contact 916-3345 or [email protected].


Cayman Islands: AEOI Portal open until 13 September 2017

The Department for International Tax Cooperation of Cayman Islands announced that the AEOI Portal will be open until 13 September 2017 to accept late registrations, variations, reporting and filing declarations prior to the closure of the AEOI Portal for the preparation of data for transmission.


Cayman Islands: Ask A Curator Day – 13 September

Cayman Drama Society events:

Our other current events for the moment are: Acting classes for children and adults are back for weekly sessions and we also have CAST arriving at the end of September to perform A Midsummer Night’s Dream for a four-day special.

Acting classes for children and adults!

Term 1 Tue 29th August to Thursday 14th December **Please note ALL CLASSES are off from 2-6th October and 23-27th October. The adult class is also off Sept 5th and 27th (training), and 21st November (beginners) as the theater is in use those evenings.

CISA Meeting

“The Cayman Islands Seafarers Association wishes to inform all Members that there will be the September Social, on Tuesday 19 September at 7:00 PM. in the Seafarer’s Hall, 11 Victory Ave. Prospect.

Buses will be provided from West Bay Town Hall at 6:00 pm”.

A Bus route has been added in George Town, leaving the Public library parking area at 7:00, stopping at Cayman Compass building and the Airport Fosters. The bus is marked Bobo $1 Public transport and is blue in colour, there is no charge.


UPDATE: Foster’s Food Fair Sea Swim postponed

By Cayman Sports Buzz

From CIASA: The Race Director and BOD have decided to postpone the sea swim for this Saturday September 9th. The swims will be rescheduled to Saturday September 16, 2017. We apologise for any and all inconvenience.

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The 2017-18 Cayman Islands Amateur Swimming Association (CIASA) season kicks off with the 33rd Annual Foster’s Food Fair IGA 800m Sea Swim on Saturday, 9 September.

It will be the first competitive race for many local swimmers after the summer break. The event will be followed by a 400m swim for those 12 years and under.

“Sea swims a great activity to participate with family and friends from all age groups and help you stay active and fit. If you can swim, but haven’t entered a sea swim before, the Foster’s Sea Swim is an excellent event for first timers,” said a CIASA spokesperson.

The race begins at Governor’s Beach at 4:00 p.m. with registration taking place between 3:00 p.m. and 3:45 p.m. A loop course will be set up with the race also ending at Governor’s Beach.

If weather conditions threaten the safety of the swimmers or organisers, the race may be cancelled at the discretion of the Race Director.


More Information Sessions Offered to Charities

As part of its public education campaign for the Non-Profit Organisation Law, the Ministry of Financial Services is continuing its one-hour information sessions this month. The sessions are aimed at organisations that solicit funds from the public for charitable causes.

The meetings will be held on Thursday, 14 September, from 10 to 11:30am; and on Wednesday, 20 September, from 5:30 to 7:30pm. Both meetings will be held in room 1038 of the Government Administration Building.

For more information, persons are asked to contact Policy Officer Wilbur Welcome at [email protected], in the Department of Financial Services Policy and Legislation.


Cayman Islands: Boat Docked near Dixie’s Cemetery in George Town Reported Stolen Monday, 4 September


Yesterday, 4 September, police responded to a report of a stolen boat, which had been docked between the Wharf and Dixie’s Cemetery near Harbor View Condos on Sunday, 3 September at 4 am, and was discovered missing at 7:30am that same morning.

The boat is described as a light blue-and-white, fiberglass vessel of 16 feet in length, with a 28 horsepower Johnson engine and a steering wheel on the right hand side.

Anyone with information is encouraged to call George Town Police Station at 949-4222.  Anonymous tips can be provided directly to the RCIPS via our Confidential Tip Line at 949-7777 or via the Miami-based call centre of Crime Stoppers at 800-8477(TIPS), or online at the link:


Trump Defends His DACA Move, Hits Obama

U.S. President Donald Trump, seen in this file photo, boasted of the strength of his country’s nuclear arsenal and voiced hope on Aug. 9, 2017, that it will not need to be used, a day after his “fire and fury” warning to North Korea. (Kyodo)

From Newsmax

President Donald Trump defended his decision to rescind a program for immigrant children brought into the United States illegally as necessary to safeguard the rule of law in the country.

“I do not favor punishing children, most of whom are now adults, for the actions of their parents. But we must also recognize that we are nation of opportunity because we are a nation of laws,” Trump said in a statement.

Trump did not make the announcement about his decision, leaving that instead to Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

Trump said former President Barack Obama bypassed Congress to set up the DACA program in 2012. “There can be no path to principled immigration reform if the executive branch is able to rewrite or nullify federal laws at will.”

© 2017 Thomson/Reuters. All rights reserved.

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New Royal Caribbean Video

A new video from Royal Caribbean has been launched today (Tue 5), “Turnaround Day, The Ultimate Pit Stop with Royal Caribbean.” Check out how Royal Caribbean cleans, stocks and prepares the world’s largest cruise ships for new guests, in just 12 hours!

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Caribbean nation reviews Springfield lab’s herpes test

The Associated Press From The Sacramento Bee


A health official of a Caribbean nation is investigating a test on a genital herpes vaccine conducted by a Springfield-based company.

Dr. Hazel Laws is chief medical officer of the nation of St. Kitts and Nevis. She confirmed to The (Springfield) State Journal-Register that she is conducting a review of the test by Rational Vaccines.

The Ministry of Health says Rational Vaccines did not obtain the needed approval from an institutional review board prior to the trial in the two-island nation about 200 miles southeast of Puerto Rico. Such third-party panels review tests for patient safety.

Rational Vaccines CEO Agustin Fernandez III says the company will cooperate.

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Walkers to Sponsor STEP Cayman Forum: A Global Perspective 2017

Walkers is to sponsor STEP Cayman Forum: A Global Perspective on 7 November 2017 in London.

This event follows on from the success of the 2014 New York event and the initial promotional event in London in 2011. The purpose of the presentation and networking reception is to promote and develop the Cayman Islands’ wealth management industry and to discuss openly the issues surrounding trusts and wealth management from a global perspective, particularly looking at Cayman’s sophistication in this area, its transparent regulatory infrastructure and the role of Cayman trust’s in the global economy.


Cayman Islands: PAC Meets Wednesday

The Chairman of the Public Accounts Committee has scheduled a hearing on Wednesday, 6 September 2017 at 10 am.

The hearing is open to the public.


Female patient with brain injury raped at hospital

By Tina Moore and Max Jaeger From New York Post

A female patient with a serious brain injury was raped at Bronx-Lebanon Hospital, police sources said Sunday.

A registered nurse at the hospital was checking on the 32-year-old patient around 7:45 p.m. Friday when she walked in on Keith Nembhard, 37, having sex with the incapacitated woman, police said.

The victim’s doctor told cops that the woman had a brain injury that rendered her incapable of consenting to sex, according to sources.

Nembhard, who knew the victim, was apprehended, arrested and charged with rape in the second degree, sources said.

Additional reporting by Stephanie Pagones

IMAGE: Modal Trigger Female patient with brain injury raped at hospital J.C. Rice

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Festive Caribbean celebration held in NY amid tight security

By Associated Press From Trinidad Express

IMAGE: In this Sept. 1, 2017 photo, Alexander Smart rehearses on steel drums with Despers USA in the Crown Heights neighborhood in the Brooklyn borough of New York. The group will join tens of thousands of costumed revelers early Monday in New York City for a Caribbean celebration called “J’ouvert.” (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

NEW YORK (AP) — One of the largest celebrations of Caribbean culture in the U.S. is being held in Brooklyn amid ramped-up security.

Thousands of revelers, including musicians, dancers and costumed troupes, gathered Monday for the morning J’ouvert (joo-VAY’) celebration and the afternoon Caribbean Carnival parade.

There had been talk of canceling this year’s party because of past violence.

Instead, officials tightened security and moved the starting time from 4 a.m. to 6 a.m. Officers were patting down revelers, vendors and residents hours before that.

Some people complained of long delays getting into the festival area. Others refused to let the hassles get in the way of a good time.

Online video showed one woman dancing with her arms outstretched as an officer ran a hand-held metal detector over her.

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Termination and de-registration of Cayman regulated funds: consider action now to reduce 2018 fees

From Harneys

Managers of Cayman Islands regulated funds who are reviewing whether to wind any funds down before the end of 2017 may want to act promptly to avoid or reduce the annual 2018 Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA) fees and related costs. Regulated funds which file their de-registration documents with CIMA before 31 December 2017 will not be liable to pay the 2018 CIMA fees, currently US$4,268 for a regulated feeder fund and US$3,048 for a regulated master fund. Funds may also save related service provider fees, including annual audit fees, once they have de-registered.

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Italy present at Carifesta, the Caribbean’s major creative arts and cultural festival

From Farnesina

At the proposal of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), Italy sponsored the participation of representatives of Italy’s and the Caribbean’s fashion sector at Carifesta, the region’s major creative arts and cultural biannual festival that recently closed in Barbados.

Italy was represented by a delegation of the Confederazione Nazionale Artigianato – Federmoda, led by the National Director Antonio Franceschini, who held several workshops on the Italian fashion system, a known point of excellence at international level.

The Caribbean was represented by seven fashion designers from several Countries.

Italy’s participation at Carifesta established the first contacts in view of the possible creation of an Italian Fashion Technology Centre in the Caribbean, which could serve as a production hub at regional level.

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Holness calls for deeper ties between the Caribbean and Latin America

From RJR News

During first official visit to Chile on Wednesday, Prime Minister Andrew Holness called for deeper ties between Caribbean and Latin American countries.

In delivering the keynote address at the headquarters of the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, Mr. Holness also gave his backing to the Caribbean debt relief proposal.

The prime minister said he is convinced that the path to prosperity must be forged through expanded trade and investment as well as deeper regional co-operation among countries.

Mr. Holness said Jamaica supports and encourages the proposal, which was first presented in late 2015.

The debt relief initiative contemplates the creation of a regional resilience fund to finance measures for climate change adaptation and mitigation.

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Prime Minister Andrew Holness – file photo

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Cayman Islands Sickle Cell Support Group Meeting

The next Sickle Cell Support Group meeting will be held on Wednesday, 6 September 2017 at 7.30 p.m. at the Cayman Islands Hospital Public Health waiting room. Dr. Anna Matthews, general practitioner, will lead the discussion. All are invited. For further information, please contact the genetics coordinator on 244-2630 or email [email protected].


Cayman Islands DCI to Close Early on 7 September 2017

The Department of Commerce and Investment (DCI) in Grand Cayman, including its Business Licensing Counter on the first floor of the Government Administration Building, will close at 3 pm on Thursday, 7 September 2017 for a staff meeting.

DCI’s main office will reopen on Friday, 8 September 2017 at 8.30 am, and the counter will reopen at 9 am.

DCI staff apologise for any inconvenience the closure may cause. For more information, please call 945-0943 or email [email protected]


Cayman Islands Crisis Centre Presents “OPA! MY BIG FAT GREEK GALA”


Cayman Islands’ Green Iguana Cull extended

The Department of Environment wishes to announce that this year’s green iguana cull is to be extended until the end of November 2017.

Although contracts to cullers were issued with a provisional end date of 31 August 2017, availability of funds is sufficient to allow current culling contractors to continue until the end of November. Terms of contracts and payment rates will remain unchanged.

Culling contractors and other interested parties are asked to carefully note the following deadlines and arrangements:

1. No new contractors will be signed up after 5 p.m. on 31 August, 2017.

2. The green iguana raffle will close on 31 August 2017. Participants will be invited to attend the closing draw.

3. No contractor reports of culled iguanas will be accepted for payment after 5 p.m. on 30 November, 2017.


Here are thousands of cockroaches fleeing a typhoon

BY YVETTE TAN From Mashable

If you’re icked out by roaches, you might want to look away.

Thousands of cockroaches were seen marching along a sea wall, seeking shelter from the deadly typhoon that has battered Hong Kong and neighbouring Macau this week.

The viral video of the cockroaches, which are said to be fleeing a Macau shore, has since been viewed over 500,000 times.

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Cayman Islands police charges Aug 24 & 25

Man Charged with Burglary and Other Related Offences, 25 August

On 23 August, police responded to a 9-1-1 Communications Centre call to a burglary on Paddington Lane, George Town. A warehouse was broken into and several cases of household goods were stolen.

Yesterday, 24 August, as a result of the investigation into this matter, police had cause to arrest a 29 year-old man of George Town on suspicion of burglary and suspicion of handling stolen goods and taken in to custody.

Today, 25 August, the man was formally charged by the police with Burglary, Handling Stolen Goods and Damage to property.

The man will remain in police custody until he appears before the court on Monday 28 August, 2017 at 10am.

Woman Charged with Two (2) counts of Reckless and Negligent Act, 24 August

A 50-year-old woman of George Town has been charged with two counts of Reckless and Negligent Act today, 25 August. The woman is scheduled to attend court on 12 September, 2017.

The woman was arrested in January 2017 (see below press release), following reports of administering cosmetic injections without a license, which in turn had adverse effects on two victims.

Police are urging the public to consult the Health Practice Commission to confirm that a practitioner is licensed to practice in the Cayman Islands before receiving cosmetic procedures that involve injections. The Board can be reached at 946-2084, and licensed practitioners can be verified via their website

Anyone who may have information of relevance to this investigation should contact the George Town Police Station at 949-4222. Anonymous tips can be provided directly to the RCIPS via our Confidential Tip Line at 949-7777.


Celebrity cancels dive excursions at Grand Cayman

By hillbilly73 Cool Cruiser From Cruise Critic

We got a cancellation email from Celebrity for our dive excursion. Another passenger called and it looks like they are cancelling all dive excursions on Cayman. The 10:00 AM arrival and 6:00 PM departure makes a late arrival for morning dives, that is why we booked with the cruise line to begin with. Anybody else in the same situation and found an alternative?

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Ocean Rig UDW: U.S. Bankruptcy Court grants recognition of Cayman proceedings

From The Fly

Ocean Rig UDW announced the U.S. Bankruptcy Court has issued a memorandum opinion and an order granting recognition of the provisional liquidation and scheme of arrangement proceedings of the company and its subsidiaries, Drill Rigs Holdings, Drillships Financing Holding, and Drillships Ocean Ventures pending in the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands as foreign main proceedings, and of the Joint Provisional Liquidators as the foreign representatives of the Scheme Companies in the United States. The Schemes affect only financial indebtedness. Operations will continue unaffected. Trade creditors and vendors will continue to be paid in the ordinary course of business and will not be affected by any of the Schemes. If the Schemes are sanctioned, the Scheme Companies will be substantially deleveraged through an exchange of approximately $3.7B principal amount of debt for (i) new equity of the Company, (ii) approximately $288M of cash, and (iii) $450M of new secured debt.

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The Great American Eclipse with Kevin Lieber

From Royal Caribbean

Royal caribbean have a new video recently launched, “Cruising to Totality with Kevin Lieber: A Unique Perspective from onboard Royal Caribbean’s Oasis of the Seas.” See how science communicator Kevin Lieber, host of YouTube channel Vsauce2, experienced his first total solar eclipse onboard Royal Caribbean’s Oasis of the Seas.

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Could Caribbean lionfish be a hybrid superfish?

By Sam Helmy -From Deep Blue

The latest research from the University of Hawaii and Kochi University in Japan shows that Lionfish — which have been a blight on the Caribbean ecosystem since their introduction 20 years ago — may in fact be a hybrid superfish.

This latest revelation will go a long way to explain their devastating success in colonising reefs and spreading across the western Atlantic.

According to Hakai Magazine, up until now it was thought that most species in the Caribbean were either the Common Lionfish or the Red Lionfish, which are both Indo-Pacific species. The vast majority of the intruders where thought to be Red Lionfish.

The latest research, however, shows that apparently the Red Lionfish is actually not a distinct species at all, but is a hybrid between the Russell Lionfish from the Pacific, and the Common Lionfish from the Indian Ocean.

Want to learn more? Check out the original Hakai Magazine article here, or check out the video of Red Lionfish at the wblink below:

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Digicel, Huawei in first Caribbean 4K IPTV trial

From telecompaper

Digicel Group announced that it teamed up with Huawei Technologies to carry out the first local linear broadcast of Ultra HD TV in the Caribbean via its fibre-based IPTV service. Hosted at Digicel’s Jamaica headquarters in Kingston, the 4K TV trial tested the IPTV capacity of Digicel’s fibre network using Huawei’s technology for encoding and content delivery. “Thanks to the power of our fibre network and hybrid TV platform, UHD-TV can be a reality for Jamaica and the region,” said John Suranyi, CEO for Digicel Play, Caribbean and Central America in a statement.

Last year Digicel and Huawei teamed up to deploy XG-PON technology on Jamaica’s fibre network, delivering broadband speeds of up to 10Gbps.

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Cayman Islands Elections Office Open Monday to Friday

The issuing of Voter ID Card’s and Registration to become a voter are part of an ongoing process at the Elections Office even after elections.

If you wish to collect your Voter ID Card or you are eligible and wish to register to become a voter, please visit the Elections Office at 150 Smith Road Centre, 2nd floor, Monday to Friday, 8:30 am to 5:00 pm.


2018 Cayman Islands National Heroes Day date corrected

From GIS

Please note that 2018 National Heroes Day will be held on Monday, 22 January 2018 and not Monday, 29 2018 as previously indicated.


Cayman Drama Society presents SISTAHS


You’ll laugh until you cry!

Cayman Drama Society is excited to announce that tickets to “Sistahs” (written by maxine bailey and Sharon M Lewis) go on sale today. This is a heart-warming, funny, and moving play about Caribbean family, history, friendship and relationships.

Directed by Paul and produced by Fay Anne de Freitas, this show is a new approach to the very successful Toronto production.

Performances are at the on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 7th September to 23rd September, doors open at 6.30pm with Curtain at 7.30pm.

Tickets for all performances are CI$25 for Adults and CI$15 for Students/Children. *This show has a PG-13 rating*

Go to to book your tickets on their new website.

See also Colin Wilson’s review of “SISTAHS” at:


Cayman Islands: Garbage fees reminder

The Department of Environmental Health () is urging business operators, owners and strata to pay their outstanding garbage fees and to ensure their properties meet ’s standards.

Businesses or properties (including plazas and strata with a central waste-management container) with accounts still in arrears, or that do not otherwise meet the ’s requirements, will not be recommended by the for approval to either the Trades and Businesses Licensing Board, the Hotels Licensing Board, or the Liquor Licensing Board, during the upcoming scheduled board meetings, unless all fees and other requirements are in compliance.

All other non-licensing properties/strata with outstanding garbage fees should also promptly settle these arrears to avoid disruption of waste collection services and the implementation of other actions.

Payments can be made at any of the local post offices or at the ’s main office at 580 North Sound Road from 8.30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday to Friday. In the Sister Islands, payments can only be made at the District Administration office.

To query account balances, please contact on 949-6696 or by email at[email protected]


Cayman Writers’ Circle

Hello Fellow Writers,

We are resurrecting Cayman Writers’ Circle! You are invited to attend every Monday from 6.30-8.00pm.

To make it accessible to everyone, we will meet at alternating locations – 1st and 3rd Mondays of each month at St Alban’s Church Hall, 461 Shedden Road, in George Town, and 2nd and 4th Mondays at Sea Orchard Retreat in West Bay.

Bring your ideas and your friends! Please pass this on to everyone you know. Cayman Writers’ Circle Facilitators



Time Management and Productivity

The Chamber of Commerce presents Time Management and Productivity on Thursday (7 Sept) from 9am to 1pm at their offices at Governor’s Square.  Visit to register

Small Business Open House

The Chamber of Commerce is hosting a Small Business Open House on Thursday (7 Sept) from 530 to 730pm at their offices in Governor’s Square.

DCI to Close Early on 7 September 2017

The Department of Commerce and Investment (DCI) in Grand Cayman, including its Business Licensing Counter on the first floor of the Government Administration Building, will close at 3 pm on Thursday, 7 September 2017 for a staff meeting.  DCI’s main office will reopen on Friday, 8 September 2017 at 8.30 am, and the counter will reopen at 9 am.  DCI staff apologise for any inconvenience the closure may cause. For more information, please call 945-0943 or email [email protected].



Candlelight Memory Walk

The Alzheimer’s and Dementia Association will be holding a candle light memory walk on Friday (8 Sept) from 7:00 pm from the Cayman Brac Beach Resort to the junction of the Alexander Hotel and back to the Beach Resort. Free registration is from 6:30 to 7:00 pm in the car park of the Resort. Candles will be provided.



Caregiver’s Appreciation Dinner

The Alzheimer’s and Dementia Association is hosting its annual Caregiver’s Appreciation Dinner on Saturday (9 Sept) at 7:00pm at the Cayman Brac Beach Resort. RSVP to Dorothy on 924-4170.



Women’s 4th Convention

Christ Cathedral Community Worship Centre presents the Women’s 4th Convention Sunday — Friday (10 — 15 Sept) under the theme Women on A Mission With A Vision. The event is Sunday (10 Sept) at 7pm and weeknights at 730pm.



Continuing Medical Education seminar

The Continuing Medical Education seminar at the Marriott Beach Resort for all allied and medical professionals is Thursday (14 Sept) from 530 to 930pm.

Debt Collection — How to Avoid and Collect Bad Debt

The Chamber of Commerce presents Debt Collection — How to Avoid and Collect Bad Debt on Thursday (14 Sept) from 9am to 11am at their offices at Governor’s Square.  Visit to register

Effective Negotiation and Conflict Management Styles

The Chamber of Commerce presents Effective Negotiation and Conflict Management Styles on Thursday (14 Sept) from 1230 to 430pm at their offices at Governor’s Square.  Visit caymanchamber.kyto register



Free Community Health Fair

There will be a free Community Health Fair at the Marriott Beach Resort on Saturday (16 Sept) from 8am to 2pm.

Cayman Islands Crisis Centre Presents “OPA! MY BIG FAT GREEK GALA”


Challenging Conversation Skills

The Chamber of Commerce presents Challenging Conversation Skills on Tuesday (19 Sept) from 9am to 1pm at their offices at Governor’s Square.  Visit to register




Floetry will be held on Wednesday (20 Sept) at 7pm at Books & Books.



Infinite Mindcare Talk Series: Attention, Attention

The Infinite Mindcare Talk Series: Attention, Attention is Saturday (23 Sept) from 2 to 3pm at Books & Books.

Alzheiber’s and Dementia Fitness Palooza

The Alzheiber’s and Dementia Fitness Palooza is Saturday (23 Sept) from 9am to 12pm at the Arts & Recreation Center at Camana Bay.



5K Walk/Run For Recovery

The Hope for Today Foundation 5K Walk/Run For Recovery is Sunday (24 Sept) at Seven Mile Public Beach with walkers staring at 6am and runners at 630.



Meals on Wheels Dress Down Day

The annual Meals on Wheels Dress Down Day is Friday (29 Sept).  You can buy an orange ribbon, a wrist band or a t-shirt in support of this event. Email [email protected] for more information.



30 Year Class Reunion

The Cayman Islands High School Class of 1987 will be celebrating their 30 Year Class Reunion on Saturday, 30th September 2017 at 7:00 pm at the George Town Yacht Club 606 North Sound Road, George Town.  Tickets for the Reunion are now on sale for CI$ 75.00 at Funky Tangs or by calling Cassandra Ebanks Powery on 925-1930 who will direct you to other classmates in your area who are also selling tickets.  Please purchase tickets by 25th September in order for adequate preparations to be made for the celebration.  We look forward to seeing everyone there.



17th Annual Cut-A-Thon

For Breast Cancer Awareness From 2pm – 6pm

ECLIPZE HAIR DESIGN AND DAY SPA is pleased to announce the 17th Annual Cut-A-Thon on SUNDAY, 1ST OCTOBER 2017. At Camana Bay,


5K & 10K Memorial Walk/Run

The Lions Club of Tropical Gardens presents the Brenda Tibbetts Lund 5K & 10K Memorial Walk/Run at Kaibo Restaurant Beach Bar on Saturday (7 Oct) at 6am. Register online at


FRI & SAT OCT 13 & 14

World hospice & palliative care day


Business Excellence Awards

The Chamber of Commerce is hosting the Business Excellence Awards on Saturday (14 Oct) at the Ritz Carlton.



Brenda Tibbetts Lund 5K & 10K Memorial Walk/Run

The Lions Club of Tropical Gardens presents the Brenda Tibbetts Lund 5K & 10K Memorial Walk/Run at the West Bay Road Public Beach on Sunday (15 Oct) at 6am. Register online at


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  1. […] Source: Cayman Eye News RCIPS Warns All Residents to Avoid Water-Related Activities This Weekend, 9-10 September Due to the effects of Hurricane Irma the sea conditions around the islands are expected to deteriorate dramatically beginning tomorrow.  The RCIPS strenuously warns all residents against ANY water-related activities, whether that be boating, surfing, kite-surfing, snorkeling, diving… Link: iNews Briefs & Community Events […]

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