Cayfest events, celebrating contemporary culture and the arts in Cayman, continue this week and after Easter.
This weekend features Culture Jam open-mic evening, Young Image Makers short film premiere and the Dance Vibes performance, all under the umbrella of the Cayman National Cultural Foundation.
Culture Jam is tonight, Friday, 15 April, from 7-10pm, in Gardenia Court, Camana Bay. Admission is free.
If films are of more interest, then head over to the Harquail Theatre at 7pm on Saturday, 16 April, for the Young Image Makers Short Film Premiere. Admission to this event is also free.
Taking the stage at the Harquail at 6pm on Sunday, 17 April, is Dance Vibes, a fusion of dance genres from Soraya, KRI, Dance Unlimited, Evelyn Robaina and more. Prices are $15 for adults and $10 for children.
The photography exhibition from the Cayfest competition is showcased at district libraries: North Side Public Library through 16 April; Bodden Town Public Library, 18-20 April; Little Cayman Trust House, 26-27 April; and Cayman Brac, 28-30 April. Admission is free.
Following the Easter holiday, the Mind’s Eye cultural heritage site at Miss Lassie’s House opens on 29 April from 3pm. The event includes the Cayman Islands Folk Singers along with the Swanky Kitchen Band and Nayil Arana. Admission is $25 and includes refreshments and gate prizes.
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