July 3, 2022

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Unveiling of plaque and ribbon-cutting ceremony of Mobi-Mat

WHO: The National Council for Persons with Disabilities

WHAT: Unveiling of plaque and ribbon-cutting ceremony of Mobi-Mat for use by residents and tourists with mobility impairments and or who are wheelchair users.

WHEN: Saturday, 19 May, 8.30 a.m. – 9.30 a.m.

WHERE: Seven Mile Public Beach, by the Mobi-Mat near Calico Jack’s.

Participants: Councillor for Human Resources, Immigration and Community Affairs Austin Harris, Chairperson of the National Council for Persons with Disabilities, Magda Embury, members of the Council, President of Rotary Central, Susie Bodden and other sponsors.

Background: The “Disabilities Council” recently coordinated the purchase of the Mobi-Mat. The lightweight, non-slip, portable, roll-out beach access pathway is for persons with mobility impairments and wheelchair users. Saturday’s ceremony, which will also involve the unveiling of a plaque and ribbon-cutting, is to formally acknowledge the Mobi-Mat’s permanent site and to encourage its use by those requiring it.

 

Cruise ship searches for missing crew member in Caribbean

The Associated Press From Financial Post

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — A search was underway near the U.S. Virgin Islands on Wednesday for a crew member on a cruise ship who apparently went overboard in rough seas.

Geneva-based MSC Cruises said the crew member on the MSC Seaside was reported missing before dawn while the ship was en route to Puerto Rico from St. Maarten. The ship turned around to search for the crew member with the assistance of the U.S. Coast Guard and other ships in the area.

The effort has been hampered by large swells and winds of more than 30 mph.

The Coast Guard said the man went overboard from the seventh deck of the Seaside while the ship was about 10 miles southeast of St. Thomas. The missing man was identified as 37-year-old Michael Majaba of the Philippines.

The Coast Guard said it sent one of its ships, a smaller vessel and a helicopter to search for the man.

For more: http://business.financialpost.com/pmn/business-pmn/cruise-ship-searches-for-missing-crew-member-in-caribbean

 

The New Cayman Islands Jewish Community Center

With praise and thanks to Hashem, We are happy to announce the opening of the new

Cayman Jewish Community Center

located at

7 Mile Shops #16, 215B West Bay Rd, Grand Cayman

The new JCC will serve as the home of the:

~ The new Gan Eden Playschool – Ages 1-4

~ JUDA Enrichment – Ages 2-5

~ Cayman Hebrew School – Ages 5-12

~ New CTEEN Program – Ages 12-18

~ The Cayman Jewish Learning Institute – Adult Education courses

~Jewish Visitors Center

Please feel free to stop by and to explore the new JCC at 7 Mile Shops,

We look forward to welcoming you!

Rabbi Berel and Rikal Pewzner

The Chabad Cayman Jewish Community

345.516.4474

[email protected]

www.jewish.ky

www.jewishcayman.com/donatetoday

 

Miami: Royal Caribbean volunteers give local elementary school upgrade

From Community Newspapers

Royal Caribbean volunteers give local elementary school upgradeMore than 1,500 volunteers from Miami-based Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. descended upon Little Haiti’s Jesse J. McCrary Jr. Elementary School on Apr. 28 to breathe new life into the nearly 100-year-old school during the company’s annual GIVE Day. Part of a five-school commitment to Miami-Dade Public Schools, the school received enhancements valued at $1 million including: repainting the school with 30,000-plus gallons of paint, building an urban canopy by planting over 300 trees to further mitigate noise and CO2, and repainting of school murals. Presenting a check to Miami-Dade Public Schools superintendent Alberto Carvalho is Richard Fain, chair and CEO of Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.

For more: http://communitynewspapers.com/brickell/royal-caribbean-volunteers-give-local-elementary-school-upgrade/

 

HNA Group is in cooperation talks with Caribbean Airlines

From Aviator

Caribbean Airlines, the Trinidad government, and Hainan Airlines Group recently met to discuss cooperation, including air travel, aircraft leasing and finance, and other areas.

The two sides will also explore a codeshare deal as part of a bilateral agreement, as well as adding flights from China to the Caribbean route network.

A timeline on the deal was not disclosed.

For more: https://newsroom.aviator.aero/hna-group-is-in-talks-with-caribbean-airlines/

 

Cayman Islands: Road Closures for CayMas Events, 17 – 19 May

From RCIPS

The RCIPS is informing the public about the following road closures taking place this weekend in order to facilitate events for CayMas Carnival.

Pan Explosion Finals, Soca Monarch & Flaunt Fete:

Thursday, 17 May from 6:30PM

– Harbour Drive (between Boilers Road and Fort Street), Cardinal Avenue, and Shedden Road (between Elgin Avenue and Harbour Drive) will be closed to facilitate preparation for the event.

– The roads will reopen as soon as preparation is complete.

Friday, 18 May – 7:00PM to 3:00AM

– Harbour Drive (between Boilers Road and Fort Street), Cardinal Avenue, and Shedden Road (between Elgin Avenue and Harbour Drive) will be closed.

CayMas Carnival Street Parade:

Saturday, 19 May – 12:00PM to 6:00PM

– Harbour Drive, between Goring Avenue and Fort Street, will be closed from 12:00PM

– The parade will begin at 1:00PM on Harbour Drive, just south of Fort Street, and will proceed north along North Church Street, onto West Bay Road and end at the Seven Mile Public Beach.

– As the procession passes closed junctions, these will be re-opened to afford motorists the use of the road to the rear of the procession.

– Once the procession arrives at Seven Mile Public Beach, the portion of West Bay Road west of the entrance to the public beach parking lot will be closed, until the parade trucks and floats have dispersed.

– Until this portion of the road is reopened, motorists turning onto West Bay Road from the public beach roundabout will only be able to access the public beach parking lot.

 

Cayman Islands Raise the Roof Gala

With guest Kelsey Grammer

 

Website for Caribbean events and festivals debuts

By Gay Nagle Myers From Travel Weekly

A new online portal for events and festivals scheduled throughout the Caribbean was recently launched to provide agents with a resource to help plan their clients’ vacations.

Caribbeanevents.com features more than 200 events, with new ones added daily across the region. The calendar provides information on culinary, cultural, musical and other events, listed by date, island and event type.

“The Caribbean has a reputation for some of the world’s most authentic festivals and events each year,” said Nerdin St. Rose, founder of the website. “We developed this resource to provide a platform to promote these events, while also providing travel planners with up-to-the-minute information that can enhance clients’ trips to the region.”

Organizers and planners can submit information directly onto the site at no cost in the initial phase. Destinations can list events for free, with fuller details and live links at a nominal cost.

Additional features include opportunities for hotels and destinations to add customized content that include homepage features, video and direct links for ticket sales.

For more: http://www.travelweekly.com/Caribbean-Travel/Website-Caribbean-events-festivals-debuts

 

Cayman Enterprise City with Charlie Kirkconnell

MAY 14, 2018 EPISODES From Bad Crypto Podcast

It’s sunny in Grand Cayman, but by the time you hear this Travis and Joel will have returned to Denver and Kansas City. Hopefully it will be sunny there as well.

The World Tokenomic Forum was a fantastic event and it turns out that Grand Cayman is a very crypto-friendly island. Today you’ll meet Charlie Kirkconnell, CEO of Cayman Enterprise City.

We’ll also welcome back Chris Snook, founder of The World Tokenomic Forum, and we’ll get his thoughts on how the event went.

Finally, we’ve got the winner and a runner up from the event’s Sandcastle Initiative competition. 16 competitors. One survivor. Who outlasted, outwitted, and outplayed to get the prize?

It’s a lot like a reality show, only unscripted. Welcome to episode #126 of The Bad Crypto Podcast.

IMAGE: Joel Comm, Charlie Kirkconnell, and Travis Wright at the World Tokenomic Forum.

For more and video: http://badcryptopodcast.com/2018/05/14/cayman-enterprise-city-126/

 

The hot events happening at Cayman Islands Kimpton Seafire

By Danna Kaplan

All locals on the island, you know better than anyone that the Cayman Islands is where you want to be when the sun goes down and the music turns on. This summer, head to Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa for all things fiesta-focused. A quick trip to the property is guaranteed to bring surprises and we’ve detailed a few of our favorite happenings so you don’t have to:

Every Tuesday, Seafire brings a little fiesta to the island with Tacos y Tequila at Cocoloba from 5-9 PM. Groove to live music paired with as many $8 margaritas and $5 tacos you can handle. Margaritas feature seasonal ripe fruits from a local farmers market each week (think guava, starfruit, naseberries, mamey or pineapple). Plus, unobstructed views of Seven Mile Beach means a front row seat for the sunset. Make sure you stop by and celebrate each week.

Get the weekend started with First Fridays: Catch the beat with tunes straight from the DJ, and enjoy delicious treats for some late-night munching. Each event will have a different theme – Next event is set for June 1 (May is canceled due to Carnival!). The energy of the crowd gets started at AVE at 10PM and runs until 1AM.

 

Cayman Islands: Child Month Talent Expo: Cancellation

The Department of Children & Family Services wishes to inform the public of the cancellation of the Child Month “Rise Up and Celebrate our Children Talent Expo on Monday, 21 May 2018 (Discovery Day). Rise Up &n A. Cumber Primary

The Department apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.

(GIS)

 

Cayman Islands NPO Registration workshops commence

Persons who have yet to register their charitable organisations under The Non-Profit Organisation Law can receive help with their application forms, ahead of the 31 July registration deadline.

General Registry is hosting two-hour registration workshops every Tuesday and Thursday, from 5pm to 7pm at its offices on the ground floor of the Government Administration Building. The workshops, which are on an appointment basis, began on Tuesday, 8 May, and are expected to last until Thursday, 28 June.

The workshops will allow NPOs that have not yet registered to learn about their legal requirements and receive face-to-face assistance with completing their registrations. To book a day and time for the workshop, email [email protected] or [email protected]

 

e-Government for Cayman Islands

Summary

Cayman Government has decided to take Estonian e-government model as an example in building its e-society and developing public e-services. During that project eGA acts as main contractor for all consultancy services on e-governance between Estonia and Cayman Islands.

The project is proceeded from the “Advisory mission to Cayman Islands” .

For more: https://www.ega.ee/project/e-government-in-cayman-islands/

 

University College of the Cayman Islands: Make success happen!

Jumpstart your career!

Have you been putting off those learning and professional goals? UCCI is here to help you start accomplishing them. We have various undergraduate, professional and continuing education offerings. We can even customise training for organisations no matter the size.

Prospective students looking to register for Fall 2018 must complete and submit their online application by Monday, July 30, 2018.

High school students, including Dual Enrollment applicants, must not await their external exam results (e.g. CXC, IGCSE, etc,) to submit their online application. Exam results can be submitted as soon as they become available.

All supporting documentation should be brought into the Office of the Registrar by Monday, August 20, 2018.

For further information, email Ms. Stephanie Scott, Admissions Coordinator, or call 623-8224.

 

Cayman Islands: Seamen & Veterans Continuation Confirmation Certificates

Recipients of the Ex-Gratia Seamen & Veterans Benefit who need help completing the Seaman & Veterans Continuation Confirmation Certificates can get assistance from Ministry of Community Affairs’ representatives. These certificates need to be completed every two years.

Community Development Officers (CDO) will be at the following locations and recipients are asked to bring a current photo ID with them. Housebound recipients of the benefit should contact the Ministry on 244-2426 or their district’s Community Development Officer listed below:

Bodden Town

CDO: Flavia Gardner – 926-0490

Thursday, 17 May, 2018, 9am – 2pm, Webster United Church Town Hall

Friday, 18 May, 2018, 2pm – 6pm

Saturday, 19 May, 2018, 9am – 4pm

West Bay

CDO: Vanda Powery – 916-7902

Tuesdays from 10am – 12.30pm, West Bay Public Library

May 15, 22 & 29

George Town

CDO: Dorline Welcome – 925-4083

Wednesdays, 9.30am – 12.30pm (CI Seafarer’s Association Hall)

May 16, 23 & 30

*Dates and times for East End, North Side and Cayman Brac will be announced later.

 

Celebrity Reading Day in Cayman Brac and Little Cayman

  • Celebrity Reading Day was the first Child Month 2018 event for Cayman Brac and Little Cayman.
  • The event took place at three education and one day care facility.
  • The stories were from an anthology containing the work of students from schools in the Cayman Islands

 

GRAND CAYMAN (GIS) – The Department of Children and Family Services’ Child Month 2018 events on Cayman Brac and Little Cayman got a great start on Celebrity Reading Day Tuesday, 1 May 2018.

Organised by Community Development Officer Annie Rose Scott, the reading marathon delighted pupils at Spot Bay & Creek Junior and West End Primary schools, Little Cayman Learning Services and the Cayman Brac Day Care Centre.

This year’s “local celebrity readers” were Reverend Merle Ediger of Stake Bay Baptist Church, Police OfficerIndrani Tahal of the Cayman Brac Police Station, retired lawyer and owner/manager of McLaughlin’s Car Rentals, Carla Reid; Pastor Ezra Clarke of the Fellowship Baptist Church and Senior Business Licensing Officer at the Department of Commerce and Investment, Lolita Bodden.

“The children so look forward to the celebrity readers and the wonderful stories they read,” said Mrs. Scott. “The event, which promotes literacy, has been running since 1997 and continues to hold a special place in the children’s hearts.”

All of the stories read are included in “The Butterfly Reading Book,” an anthology of short stories by young local authors, produced by Rotarians of the E-Club of the Caribbean.

The stories read were:  “Difference” by Jordanne Ogbourne (Edna Moyle Primary School – Creek & Spot Bay Junior School), “Washed Ashore” by Aracely Matute-Trejo  (West End Primary), “Coconut & Paige” by Reann Scott(West End Primary), “The Lost Kitten – An Act Of Kindness” by Robert Arch (Cayman Prep) and “Betty, The Kind Friendly Reader” by Raldayne Thomas (West End Primary).

A copy of the Butterfly Storybook, 2018 was donated by Mrs. Scott to Little Cayman Education Services for future reading days.

 

Apple drops Irish data center plans

By: Yoel Minkoff, SA News Editor

Due to delays in the approval process, Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) is dropping a $1B plan to open a data center in Athenry, Ireland, RTE reports.

Apple first announced the facility in February 2015. It would have been build in the rural Irish location to take advantage of green energy sources nearby, but the project has faced a two-year delay amid planning objections.

SOURCE: https://seekingalpha.com/news/3355014-apple-drops-irish-data-center-plans

 

Cayman Islands Seafarers Meeting

The Cayman Islands Seafarers Association wishes to inform all Members that there will be a General Meeting, on Tuesday 15 May at 7:30 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

 

KAABOO Cayman Feb. 15-16, 2019

The KAABOO Cayman festival has announced plans to donate some of its proceeds to local nonprofit agencies on the island.

In a news release, festival organizers said $1 of every ticket sold would be set aside to support three local and one international charitable groups. Two-day passes for the festival are expected to start at more than $200 when the lineup of entertainers is announced at 7:30 a.m. on May 15. Officials said they hope to sell 11,000 tickets.

The festival is scheduled for Feb. 15-16, 2019.

KAABOO Cayman will be supporting the National Gallery, Feed Our Future and the Cayman National Cultural Foundation, along with MusicCares, a Recording Academy program that has been a partner in the KAABOO Del Mar festival in California.

For more information about KAABOO Cayman, visit www.kaaboocayman.com

 

Cayman Islands: Witness Appeal: Fatal Accident in North Side, 29 April

From RCIPS

Traffic officers are interested in speaking with anyone who may have witnessed the fatal traffic collision which occurred in North Side on Sunday, 29 April (see previous release), involving a . Officers are particularly interested in speaking with the occupants of a red vehicle (make and model unknown) that may have been overtaken by the Honda Fit Aria at the time of the collision.

These persons, and any other witnesses to the accident, are being asked to please contact the Traffic and Roads Policing Unit at 649-6254 with any information they may have, or to contact traffic investigator PC Devon O’Connor at Devon.O’[email protected].

 

SAVE THE DATE: Celebrate Cayman Official Launch Ceremony

 

Cayman Islands Public Service Announcement – Wreck Notice

The Port Director, as Receiver of Wrecks, hereby gives notice that a 35ft Dominican type Panga was found washed up on the south shore of the Cayman Islands. The vessel has a white hull, orange bottom, is blue inside and has no engine.

The vessel has the following markings on the left side near the stern: “AQUI LA VI L 3904”

The owner of this vessel may claim the vessel before the 17th May 2018 by producing proof of ownership, such as bill of sale etc. This claim should be made to The Receiver of Wrecks at:

The Port Authority of the Cayman Islands

C/o The Receiver of Wrecks

, GT

P.O. Box 1358

Grand Cayman, KY1-1108

Failing the above, the Receiver of Wrecks will exercise his powers in relation to the disposition of the vessel.

 

Extension for all Cayman Islands contractors to Register

The Builders Board has extended the deadline for all local contractors to register with the board. The contractors’ deadline is now Tuesday 31 July, 2018.

This registration requirement is for general and civil contractors, residential and building contractors as well as trade contractors.

For fees and registration forms that are available online, contractors should visit www.planning.ky/boards-all/builders-board

 

May is in Cayman Islands

The Department of Children and Family Services () is celebrating Child Month in May with more than 30 interactive and family friendly events across the Cayman Islands. The month’s motto is Rise Up and A.F.F.I.R.M. (Acknowledge, Friend, Favour, Influence, Respect and Motivate our children).

The observance will officially open with a Child Month church service on Sunday, 29 April 2018. The 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Church of God Chapel, Walkers Road, George Town.

The service will be followed by Celebrity Reading Day, which will take place in all Cayman Brac’s primary schools and day care centres on Tuesday, 1 May, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. The event will involve several well-known local residents visiting classrooms to promote literacy by reading popular children’s books.

For the full listing of Child Month 2018 events, visit the department’s Facebook page.

 

Inspire Cayman – 2018 International Scooter Tournament

Friday, June 29, 2018 9:00 AM

Sunday, July 1, 2018 5:00 PM

Black Pearl Skatepark

A Scooter competition in the CAYMAN ISLANDS? Why would you not go? Event is located at the Black Pearl Skatepark and will have 4 divisions including Pro. Please visit their instagram @inspire_cayman for updates and details on registration!

 

Cayman Islands Special Olympics June 5th-11th

Posted by Jessica Powell

The Special Olympics is coming up, starting this Saturday, June 5th. Dozens are needed at the opening Ceremony (with the ceremony starting at 3pm, volunteers are needed from 11am-5pm), so make an attempt to come out for an hour or two whenever you’re available! There are various events being held next week as well, all of which need volunteers and supporters. If you’re interested in helping out or want to find out more about a specific day or activity, feel free to contact Jessica at [email protected].

 

Cayman Islands Public Holidays for 2018 Confirmed

The list of Cayman Islands Public Holidays for 2018 is now officially confirmed and released by the ’s Office.

The list is as follows:

Discovery Day: Monday, 21 May 2018;

Queen’s Birthday: Monday, 11 June 2018;

Constitution Day: Monday, 2 July 2018;

Remembrance Day: Monday, 12 November 2018;

Christmas: Tuesday, 25 December 2018; and

Boxing Day: Wednesday, 26 December 2018.

 

COMMUNITY EVENTS (Date Order)

WED MAY 16

West Bay Road Closure

Drivers and pedestrians should be aware that the portion of West Bay Road between Lawrence Boulevard and the Galleria Roundabout will be temporarily closed overnight on Wednesday (16 May.)

 

THU MAY 17

Movies and Games Night

Child Month Activities continue with a Movies and Games Night from 6 to 10pm at the Aston Rutty Center on Thursday (17 May).

Child Month Foster Care Recruitment Drive

There will be a Foster Care Recruitment Drive at from 530pm to 7pm at the George Town Yacht Club on Thursday (17 May).

 

FRI MAY 18

Brac Jackpot Annual Fishing Tournament

The Brac Jackpot Annual Fishing Tournament is Friday – Sunday (18 – 20 May). Call 925.3844 for more information.

Child Month Youth Conference

The Child Month Youth Conference is Friday (18 May) from 9 to 2pm at the Marriott Hotel

 

FRI MAY 18 – MON MAY 21

Cayman Brac Carnival – Braccanal

Cayman Brac Carnival – Braccanal is Friday – Monday (18 – 21 May). Email

[email protected] for more information.

 

SAT MAY 19

Child Month Youth Parent and Child Seminar

The Child Month Youth Parent and Child Seminar is Saturday (19 May) from 7 to 830pm at the George Town, Town Hall.

 

SUN MAY 20

First Baptist Church Choir in Bodden Town

The First Baptist Church Choir is once again touring Grand Cayman, from West Bay to East End. The next event is Sunday (20 May) at 7pm at Church of God Chapel Bodden Town. Admission is free, and refreshments will follow.  For more information contact the First Baptist Church at 949-0692 or at [email protected]

45 Minute Batabano Circuit Race

The DEW Cycling Classics Race #3 – 45 Minute Batabano Circuit Race is Sunday (20 May) at 7am. Log on to caymanctive.com to register.

 

SUN MAY 20 – FRI MAY 25

Free Annual Family Enrichment Series

The West Bay Church of Christ invites the general public to its Free Annual Family Enrichment Series from May 20th – 25th at 7:30 pm nightly. The guest speaker will be Min. Evg. (Ministering Evangelist) J.K Hamilton from Dallas (TX).

 

MON MAY 21

Family Fun Day

Child Month Activities continue with a Family Fun Day at the Government Pool at Stake Bay on Monday (21 May) from 10 to 2pm.

Rise Up and Celebrate Our Children Talent Expo

Child Month Activities continue the Rise Up and Celebrate Our Children Talent Expo at Sir John A Cumber Primary School from 4 to 6pm on Monday (21 May).

45 Minute Cost-U-Less Circuit Race

The DEW Cycling Classics Race #4 – 45 Minute Cost-U-Less Circuit Race is Monday (21 May) at 7am. Log on to caymanctive.com to register.

 

TUE MAY 22

First Baptist Church Choir at HMP Northward

The First Baptist Church Choir is once again touring Grand Cayman, from West Bay to East End. The next event is Tuesday (22 May) at 630pm at HMP Northward. Admission is free, and refreshments will follow.  For more information contact the First Baptist Church at 949-0692 or at [email protected]

 

THU MAY 24

Family Dinner Night

Child Month Activities continue with a Family Dinner Night from 7 to 9pm at the Cayman Brac Beach Resort on Thursday (24 May).

Little Cayman Vehicle Licensing Visit

The Little Cayman Vehicle Licensing Visit is Thursday (24 May) from 9am to 230pm at the District Office.

 

 

THU MAY 24 & FRI MAY 25

Summary Court

Summary Court heads to Cayman Brac on Thursday and Friday (24 & 25 May).

 

FRI MAY 25

Free Annual Family Enrichment Series

The West Bay Church of Christ invites the general public to its Free Annual Family Enrichment Series from May 20th – 25th at 7:30 pm nightly. The guest speaker will be Min. Evg. (Ministering Evangelist) J.K Hamilton from Dallas (TX).

Child Month Dress Down Day

The Child Month Dress Down Day in aid of Feed Our Future is Friday (25 May). Commemorative t-shirts are available.

 

SAT MAY 26

Parent and Child Seminar

Child Month continues with a Parent and Child Seminar on Saturday (26 May) from 7 to 830pm at the George Town, Town Hall

Nutritional Scavenger Hunt

Celebrate Child Month with a Nutritional Scavenger Hunt on Saturday (26 May) at 830am at the Airport Fosters.

Triple C School 5K Walk, Run and Roll

The Triple C School 5K Walk, Run and Roll is Saturday (26 May) at 630am. Log on to caymanactive.com to register.

 

SUN MAY 27

Wind of Hope 5K

You’re invited to Wind of Hope’s charity 5K walk/run in aid of Nadine Andreas Residential Foster Home on Sunday (27 May) at Smith Cove.
 Cayman Brac Church Service

Child Month Activities continue with the Cayman Brac Church Service from 11am to 12pm at Cross Roads United Baptist Church on Sunday (27 May).

Felix’s Super Hero Beach Walk

Felix’s Super Hero Beach Walk is Sunday (27 May) from 3 to 7pm at Seven Mile Public Beach. Log on to caymanactive.com.

CITA Duathlon

The CITA Duathlon is Sunday (27 May) at 7am. Log on to caymanactive.com to register.

Prospect Primary Walk/Run/Ride-a-thon

The Prospect Primary Walk/Run/Ride-a-thon and Fish Fry is Sunday (27 May) from 6am to 1pm. Log on to caymanactive.com to register.

Children’s Day Service

Boatswain Bay Presbyterian Church invites everyone to their Children’s Day Service on Sunday (27 May) at 11am.

Cayman Brac Church Service

Child Month Activities continue with the Cayman Brac Church Service from 11am to 12pm at Cross Roads United Baptist Church on Sunday (27 May).

MON MAY 28

Cayman Islands Under 15 Youth Invitiation Football Cup

The Cayman Islands Under 15 Youth Invitiation Football Cup is Monday – Friday (28 May – 1 Jun). For more information, email [email protected]

 

MON MAY 28 – FRI JUN 1

Cayman Islands Under 15 Youth Invitation Football Cup

The Cayman Islands Under 15 Youth Invitation Football Cup is Monday – Friday (28 May – 1 Jun). For more information, email [email protected]

THU JUN 31

Community Thatch Plaiting Class

There will be a Community Thatch Plaiting Class on Thursday (31 May) from 7 to 9pm at Heritage House.

FRI JUN 1

Hope Academy Fundraiser

Hope Academy PTA is hosting a fundraiser for school projects and scholarships on Friday (1 Jun) at the Black Pearl Skate Park.

 

SUN JUN 3

First Baptist Church Choir at East End United Church

The First Baptist Church Choir is once again touring Grand Cayman, from West Bay to East End. The next event is Sunday (3 Jun) at 730pm at East End United Church. Admission is free, and refreshments will follow.  For more information contact the First Baptist Church at 949-0692 or at [email protected]

Cayman National Choir & Orchestra Present:

SUN JUN 10

First Baptist Church Choir St. George’s Anglican Church

The First Baptist Church Choir is once again touring Grand Cayman, from West Bay to East End. The next event is Sunday (10 Jun) at 7pm at St George’s Anglican Church. Admission is free, and refreshments will follow.  For more information contact the First Baptist Church at 949-0692 or at [email protected]

 

SUN JUN 17

First Baptist Church Choir at Victory Tabernacle

The First Baptist Church Choir is once again touring Grand Cayman, from West Bay to East End. The next event is Sunday (17 Jun) at 7pm at Victory Tabernacle. Admission is free, and refreshments will follow.  For more information contact the First Baptist Church at 949-0692 or at [email protected]

Cayman National Choir & Orchestra Present:

SUN JUN 24

First Baptist Church Choir at West Bay Assembly of God

The First Baptist Church Choir is once again touring Grand Cayman, from West Bay to East End. The next event is Sunday (24 Jun) at 7pm at West Bay Assembly of God. Admission is free, and refreshments will follow.  For more information contact the First Baptist Church at 949-0692 or at [email protected]

 

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