With the continued success of ‘foodie events’ such as Taste of Cayman (30 years strong), Cayman Cookout and the announcement of Kaaboo, we can be sure that large scale food events are here to stay in the Cayman Islands. Small and large businesses across all scales and sectors thrive in the exciting benefits events likeClick for more >
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Hundreds came out to support the launch of the Alex Panton Foundation 2 recent events, the ‘Hidden’ short-film movie premiere and a Youth Mental Health symposium. “We are so incredibly grateful for the support that the community has shown,” Alex Panton Foundation chairman, Jane Panton, said.Click for more >
Prepare yourself for all things live music, dance, arts and culture this weekend as Cayman celebrates the Red Sky At Night fair presented by the Cayman National Cultural Foundation as part of Cayfest. The festival will take place Saturday from 4pm to midnight on the grounds of the F.J. Harquail Cultural Centre. The 8th annual Light upClick for more >
A record-breaking 39,185 visitors visited Grand Cayman by air in January, a 24 percent increase on last year. Congratulations and good luck to the 22 athletes named to represent Cayman at the XXI Commonwealth Games Federation in April 2018. The annual Coco Fest is back at Pedro Castle this Saturday, 17 February from noon to 4Click for more >
Tesla launched a mannequin piloted car into space aboard the maiden journey of the first Falcon Heavy rocket built by private company SpaceX. Wednesday, 14 February is Ash Wednesday and a public holiday in Cayman, as well as Valentine’s Day and the 51st annual Agriculture Show! Tennis stars will go head to head in the annual Legends tennis showcaseClick for more >