Songs, storytelling, poetry and more will be on offer on Sunday, 10 June at Dart Park.
Quincy Brown will be telling stories, performing songs and dialect poetry. Mr. Brown said that the fun day will be “wholesome family entertainment”.
“It’s a Sunday so there will be a kind of Hosannah feeling in the amphitheatre. There will be a strong sense of family and togetherness.
“The Missionaries of the Poor is an international Roman Catholic monastic religious institute of Brothers (and now sisters) dedicated to joyful service with Christ on the cross to serve the poorest of the poor,” he said.
Also performing are Fiona Pimentel, Maxwell Thomas and Toni-Ann Foster, Cayman Writers’ Group, plus the Missionaries themselves, said Mr. Brown.
“One of the most striking characteristics of the life and works of Missionaries of the Poor is the award-winning Caribbean-style Christian music that they produce,” he said. “Most songs are written by Father Ho Lung and performed by Father Ho Lung & Friends. The music generates revenue for the mission.
“Father Ho Lung and Friends have performed many times on Grand Cayman. Only last month they concluded a grand fundraising musical performance in Trinidad and Tobago called Isaiah.”
The event begins at 4.30pm, admission is free and donations go to the Missionaries of the Poor. For more information email [email protected]
Also performing are Fiona Pimentel, Maxwell Thomas and Toni-Ann Foster plus Cayman Writers’ Group