Here's what's playing on the big screen in December.
The return of writer and director Sue Howe’s “A Playhouse Family Christmas” is like stepping into a holiday dream. Singing reindeer invite you to take a sleigh ride. Pajama-clad Three Wise Men whisk you into a sugar-plum fantasy.
Established in 1998, Gimistory International Storytelling Festival is presented by the Cayman National Cultural Foundation as a free event for the community and is made possible by the generous support of local businesses.
Of all the traditional delights of the Christmas Season, one of the most treasured and longest running has been the Pink Ladies Christmas Tea and Bazaar. This year, Saturday, Dec. 2 will mark the 35th annual celebration of the event.
Our precious animals cannot be left out of the Christmas festivities, and Camana Bay and the Cayman Islands Humane Society cater for all fur baby mamas and papas with their fourth annual Santa Paws photoshoot event.
The Cayman Motor Museum is a treasure trove of antique, classic and famous cars housed in a purpose-built facility on North West Point Road.
The New York City-based self-proclaimed “King of Caribbean Comedy,” MaJah Hype, returns to Grand Cayman to take the stage for Grinfest at Margaritaville George Town on Saturday. Showtime is 8 p.m. and will be hosted by Dane from Irie FM.
Nine-year-old Griffin Macdonald has been granted an early Christmas wish: His design for a festive greeting card is flying off the shelves and raising funds for a local charity.
The Visual Arts Society is hosting its annual Christmas Arts and Craft sale at the Paseo at Camana Bay on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Remember the old-time bazaars where you could stock up on unique one-of-a-kind holiday gifts and treats? Here’s your chance!