Cayman will observe 11 public holidays next year, according
to the Deputy Governor’s Office.
The Deputy Governor’s Office has confirmed all of the 2011
public holidays, apart from the Queen’s birthday, which awaits confirmation
from the UK.
Queen Elizabeth II has two birthdays – her actual birthday
on 21 April and an official birthday, which is usually celebrated in the UK on
a Saturday in June. The event is normally celebrated in Cayman on the following
Monday, and Monday 13 June is tentatively designated
Since 2011’s Christmas Day falls on a Sunday, there will be
a public holiday the following Monday, 26 December.
Consequently, the Boxing Day holiday will be observed on
Tuesday, 27 December, explained Deputy Governor’s Office corporate manager,
Cayman’s public holidays for 2011 are:
January – New Year’s Day
24 January – National Heroes’ Day
9 March – Ash Wednesday
22 April – Good Friday
25 April – Easter Monday
Queen’s Birthday (to be confirmed)
14 November – Remembrance Day
26 December – Christmas Day (for Sunday, 25 December);
Tuesday, 27 December – Boxing Day (for Monday, 26