Cayman in brief

CG cutters

The US Coast Guard Cutter Bear will visit Grand Cayman from today until Sunday.

The US Coast Guard Cutter Diligence will also visit Grand Cayman from today until Monday.

Art in the park

The public is welcomed to join artists in a celebration of creativity and splendour called Art in the Park at Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park.

Bring the whole family to enjoy this eclectic stroll in the park. Admission is the normal fee of $8, but children 12 and younger are admitted for free when accompanied by a parent. Local food will be available for purchase and relaxing music will be played throughout the day.

You can get more information about Art in the Park by calling the Botanic Park at 947-9462, extension 35, or send an e-mail to [email protected]

To learn about other programmes at the Botanic Park, you can find a wealth of information and pictures available online at www.botanic-park.ky. The Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park is only one of the many attractions managed by the Tourism Attraction Board (www.TAB.ky).

New stamps

The Cayman Islands Postal Service has released a new stamp issue called Greetings, which is aimed primarily at making certain occasions distinctive.

Greetings will be a wonderful way to celebrate special occasions such as an engagement, a wedding or the birth of a baby, to send greetings to friends and loved ones, and to provide Cayman Islands overseas guests with a memento of their stay. The six stamps carry the greetings Love, Hello, Best Wishes, Congratulations, Good Luck and You’re Invited.

The stamps will be sold in sheets of 20-cents, 25-cents, 50-cents, 75-cents, 80-cents, and $1, meaning all the images will be represented on a sheet. CIPS has also ordered four self-adhesive booklets. One features Hello, at the postcard rate of 20-cents, and the other three are at the local rate of 25-cents, Congratulations, Love and You’re Invited.

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