Oct. 18: For one night only, enjoy popular hits by the Beatles and the Eagles, performed by local band Sea N’ B, at The Prospect Playhouse. Money raised supports the Cayman Drama Society’s educational programs. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $10, available from the CDS box office. Call 938-1998.

Cayman Cocktail Week

Oct. 24-31: More than 20 bars and restaurants are participating in Cayman’s first Cocktail Week. Events, parties, tastings, cooking classes and demonstrations, aimed at both novices and professionals, are on tap. If you’re a fan of mixology, this is the week for you. Visit facebook.com/caymancocktailweek.

Thriller movie: The Final Rule

Oct. 28: A locally penned thriller movie, The Final Rule, will have its premiere at Mizu restaurant, Camana Bay. The Final Rule was written, directed and produced by Phil Eckstein, who writes under the pen name David Bailey. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.; show time is 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $25 and are available at Mr. Burger’s, across from the airport post office, or by calling 925-0760.

Spooky Traditions

Oct. 31: The National Trust for the Cayman Islands hosts Spooky Traditions at Dart Park, from 4 to 8 p.m. Adults and kids are encouraged to dress up as their favorite character and collect candies and goodies, while learning about Caymanian folklore. Tickets will be on sale for games, food and beverages. Bouncy castles, face painting, craft corner, story telling, prizes and more. Call 749-1121 for more details.

NCVO telethon

Nov. 2: The National Council of Voluntary Organizations will host its annual Radio/Telethon at the Prospect Playhouse. The event, from 7 p.m., features a full roster of local musicians, and will be broadcast live on Cayman 27 and Radio Cayman. Viewers who make a pledge will have a chance to win one of more than 40 prizes donated by local companies. The public is welcome to watch the show live, free, at the playhouse. Call 949-2124 for more details.

CCMI Festival of Trees

Nov. 2: Marking the start of the festive season, the Central Caribbean Marine Institute’s 9th annual Festival of Trees gala dinner takes place at the Arts and Recreation Center, Camana bay, from 6:30 p.m. The main fundraiser for CCMI, the festival of trees features Christmas trees adorned with lavish gifts donated by individuals and companies. The gifts are auctioned to guests attending the dinner. Tickets are $175. Email [email protected]

Underwater Film Festival

Nov. 13: A biography of Guy Harvey will be among the movies featured in this year’s International Underwater Film Festival. Proceeds from the festival, in its 9th year, will support CITA’s marine conservation efforts, including the Dive 365 project. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.; films begin at 7 p.m. Tickets, $25, can be bought at www.cita.ky/uff2013.