The Island Living show has been run by Cayman 27 for the past eight years, but this is the first year the show will move to Camana Bay.
Cayman International School’s recently-opened Arts and Recreation Centre, a 20,000-square-foot space, will be the new locale for the home and garden expo.
The centre’s 2,412-square-foot exterior covered terrace will also be used by the show.
‘The Centre represents a larger space than our prior location but it is also bright and beautiful,’ said Amy Arnold, account executive at CITN and Cayman 27.
‘Cayman 27’s Island Living Show is the perfect event for this exciting new venue. In addition, there was the opportunity to expand our show to include many more outdoor exhibitors.’
With more than 40 exhibitors in total, the show will include local artisans, furniture and interior design companies, banks, kitchen and bath companies, home entertainment systems and local craftsmen, who will be featured outside as part of the Cayman Craft Market. A local art exhibition and live music will also provide entertainment during the show.
‘Visitors are welcome to spend Friday evening or Saturday at Island Living checking out the exhibits, having a bite to eat, looking at local art pieces while enjoying a glass of wine or simply listening to live music,’ said Ms Arnold.
There will be no charge for admission to the show and a number of booths will feature prize draws. Many show specials will also be on offer.
There is ample parking across the road from the Centre in Cayman International School, but a free shuttle bus has also been scheduled to run every 15 minutes from the parking garage by Hollywood Theatres in Camana Bay to the show (see map for shuttle bus route).
‘Cayman 27 is excited to have teamed up with Camana Bay for the eighth annual Island Living Show,’ said Ms Arnold.
‘We hope that the surroundings encourage attendees to not only visit the exhibit, but also spend time listening to live music and checking out the local art exhibit and craft market.’
‘Cayman International School’s recently-opened Arts and Recreation Centre, a 20,000-square-foot space, will be the new locale for the home and garden expo.’