September 26, 2020

Cayman: Late night shopping, pre-launch and book signing at National Museum

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Last minute shoppers enjoyed Free Admission to the Cayman Islands National Museum (“CINM” or “National Museum”) on Wednesday, 11 December 2019 from 5-8pm. During the 3-hour period, visitors browsed the Museum’s unique Gift Shop – purchasing a variety of locally handcrafted items, toured the National Museum, got their gifts wrapped, and enjoyed complimentary refreshments while […]

Cayman: RCIPS Notice – Road closure & warning to motorists

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Road Closure for Museum Event, 19 October In order to facilitate a static function hosted by the National Museum on Saturday, 19 October, Goring Avenue will be closed between South Church Street and Louise Llewellyn Way, from 5:00AM to 11:59PM. Motorists Urged to Exercise Caution During Silent Witness March, 18 October The Business & Professional Women’s Club is hosting […]

Cayman: Upcoming Event – Hurricane Ivan Speaker Series Lecture at the National Museum

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Here is an upcoming event at the National Museum that we’d love to share. Today, as you all may know, is the 15th Anniversary of Hurricane Ivan the Terrible – the Category 5 Hurricane that released powerful winds on our Islands causing massive devastation. Last night, we hosted our second lecture of the Ivan the Terrible […]

Ensemble of Mérida

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Archaeological Ensemble of Mérida From Everything Everywhere From the Archaeological Ensemble of Mérida World Heritage inscription: The Archaeological Ensemble of Mérida, located in Extremadura, Spain, has its origins in the year 25 BC when Augustus completed the conquest of the North of Hispania and founded the Colony of Augusta Emerita. The city was created as an […]

Brazil museum fire: Funding cuts blamed as icon is gutted

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From BBC Officials in Brazil have blamed lack of funding for a huge fire that has ravaged the country’s National Museum. One of the largest anthropology and natural history collections in the Americas was almost totally destroyed in Sunday’s fire in Rio de Janeiro. There had been complaints about the dilapidated state of the museum. […]

Taino heritage in Caribbean

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New exhibit explores Taino heritage in the Caribbean BY ALEXANDRA SIMON From Caribbean Life Tradition in gear: A Taino head dress, foreground, and instrument in the background, on display at the National Museum of the American Indian’s new exhibit “Taino: Native Heritage and Identity in the Caribbean.” The National Museum of the American Indian is […]

Cayman Islands National Museum events

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    Purchase your Mango Season T-shirts! Mango Season is finally here! Stop by our National Museum Gift Shop to purchase a Mango Season t-shirt with lots ah room fa mango stains. Looky Ya! Mango Season at the Museum takes place on Saturday, 14th July from 10am to 2pm. Museum and Chamber Members receive a […]

Shaped by the sea: Charles O “Captain Chuckie” Ebanks Cayman Islands Exhibition Preview

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Fitting for such a man as Captain Chuckie, the Cayman Islands National Museum (CINM) curated an exhibition to take viewers through the life of this Tourism Ambassador. Shaped by the Sea, this iron man with an iron smile was a master father, model boat builder, rod maker, tourism ambassador and protector of the environment. Simply, […]

Coco Fest

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Healthy turn out for Cayman Islands Coco Fest Savannah, Grand Cayman, February, 2017 – The grounds of the historic Pedro St. James was completely transformed on Saturday 18th February for its second annual Coco Fest. The event was an afternoon devoted to celebrating food, drinks and arts and crafts all connected by one main ingredient—the […]

Cayman Islands Pirates Pooches wanted

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The Pirates Week Festival is in search of dashing pooches and daring owners to take part in its Pirate Pooch Parade. The event is set for Saturday 19th November (see flyer attached) on Harbour Drive in George Town between 9:00am and 10.30am. The now annual fundraiser will benefit the Humane Society which is dedicated to […]