Members of the community can participate by entering a team of six, building a bed and pushing it down Harbour Drive.
“It’s a fun day where all the family can come out and participate. We expect lots of laughs, and we encourage the public to support this event,” Fiona Moseley, event coordinator and past president of Rotary Central, said in a press release.
There will also be prizes from a $5 raffle donation, and the public can also vote on the best bed design.
The bed teams will get ready from 1 p.m. along Harbour Drive, the judging will be shortly after that, and the bed race will start around 2:30 p.m.
Rotary is committed to the eradication of polio. With the aid of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation matching $2 for every $1 raised, Rotary in the Cayman Islands is making another “push” to raise money to eradicate the disease with this event.
Corporations and individuals are encouraged to join up at www.bedrace.ky.