Hundreds attend Little Cayman Agriculture Show

It was by all accounts a successful day at the Little Cayman Agriculture Show on March 19 at Community Park incay Blossom Village.

“The day itself could have not been better weather-wise, with a nice breeze flowing through the compound,” said Debbi Truchan, chairwoman of the show committee, adding that the 18 vendors all reported good days.

Little Cayman students sing the National Song and National Anthem at the opening of the agriculture show.
Little Cayman students sing the National Song and National Anthem at the opening of the agriculture show.

“We had about 300 in attendance, with about 20 or so on sidelines of the grounds,” she said.

The stalls featured produce and other food items, local artwork, crafts and photography displays.

Other stalls included representatives of the Green Iguana B’Gonna initiative, a company offering fishing tours, and the Elections Office booth to encourage voter registration.

“The dog show lived up to expectations with lots of fun-filled entertainment,” Ms. Truchan said. “The children appreciated the new playground equipment in the park provided by the Little Cayman Sports Association.”

Competitive categories at the Agriculture Show included plants, produce, baking, jewelry, photography and arts and crafts.

There was also a raffle, live demonstrations, open mic, a coconut toss, and Little Cayman’s “A Way” play performed in the afternoon.

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