Festive music is in the air

‘A King is Coming to Town’ performed in East End

East End Primary was the scene of festive songs and celebrations for the school’s annual Christmas musical, “A King is Coming to Town.” 

The concert was held at the school on Dec. 9. 

All students at the school participated, from Reception to Year 6. 

First Baptist Church’s Festival of Christmas Praise 

The Christmas season brings more festive musical and community events in the eastern districts in coming days, with the highly anticipated First Baptist Church Festival of Christmas Praise performances taking place at the North Side Civic Centre on Dec. 16, and at the East End Civic Centre on Dec. 18. 

With free admission and featuring performances from the First Baptist Church Choir, the program is a musical journey through the events of the Christmas story. 

Sweets and refreshments will be offered. 

School carolers 

The East End Primary students are also going to spread their Christmas cheer farther afield to the Grand Cayman community. 

School carolers will be touring the island on Friday, as well as Dec. 17 and Dec. 18. 

Look for them in the morning at EY at 9:30 a.m., Kirk Home Centre at 10 a.m., C.L. Flowers at 10:30 a.m. and at the Water Authority at 11 a.m. 

The afternoon stops include CNB at 12:15 p.m., Maples Finance at 12:45 p.m., the Government Administration Building at 1:15 p.m., Foster’s Food Fair Savannah at 2:15 p.m. and finishing up at East End Primary at 3:30 p.m. 

East End Primary School’s choir dazzles the audience.

East End Primary School’s choir dazzles the audience.

The cast of the musical ‘A King is Coming to Town.’

The cast of the musical ‘A King is Coming to Town.’

Kiara Smith and Jovin Powell play Mary and Joseph in ‘A King is Coming to Town.’

Kiara Smith and Jovin Powell play Mary and Joseph in ‘A King is Coming to Town.’

The Reception class does their piece. From left, Jakeem Dunbar, Patrick Waite, Kiara Smith and Janelle McLaughlin.

The Reception class does their piece. From left, Jakeem Dunbar, Patrick Waite, Kiara Smith and Janelle McLaughlin.
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