A church service at the Cayman Islands Baptist Church on Pedro Castle Road marked the launch of Child Month.
Most visitors to Cayman Brac will likely not have noticed one of the island’s now established transplants: the Maynard’s anole.
Polly Tibbetts passed away on January 4, 2016
The Wyndham Reef Resort in East End features a new Sunday market every weekend. It is an arena to showcase local goods and services and features vendors that sell fruits, juices, hats, T-shirts, books, photos, coconut products and lots more locally-made items.
Rankine Heritage House, a Cayman sand yard home traditionally adorned with conch shells and white fences, is now open to the public at Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park for viewing. Visitors can walk through the Caymanian home, which is more than 100 years old, and experience what life was like in those days.
Six officers with the Neighborhood Policing Department of the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service recently took part in a day-long crime awareness and prevention event for youth at Clifton Hunter High School.
Harley Rivers was known as one of Cayman’s best roof thatchers in his time. Anyone who remembers the beachfront lounge cabanas at the old Holiday Inn will have noticed his work. He was a true gentleman who shone with old-time traditional kindness and hospitality.
“A Halloween party sponsored by the PTA will be held in the Town Hall on the 29th from 4 to 6 p.m., also a sale. Special feature will be a costume parade competition for the children. Invitation is extended to all to help a worthy cause."
Helping keep Cayman’s waters and shoreline clean just got a little easier in the Sister Islands.