Saturday evening saw 11 student finalists from seven of Cayman’s public and private schools perform to a packed audience, including Governor Martyn Roper, his wife Elisabeth Roper, and a panel of international judges.
Junior Batabano, usually held before the adults have their parade, is actually being held a week later this year. On Saturday, a colourful cavalcade of costumes will descend upon George Town, with the grounds of the Glass House acting as a home base and the location of the associated Family Fun Day.
It is Mother’s Day on Sunday, which means it is time to treat Mum like a queen with flowers, chocolates, brunch or just some special hours with the family.
The National Gallery of the Cayman Islands has partnered with the Cayman Islands Airports Authority for the Art at the Airport initiative, which has been developed by the Gallery to celebrate the reopening of the newly redeveloped Owen Roberts International Airport.
Cayman Arts Festival is known for its promotion of young artists from its After School Programme and prominent overseas performers invited to perform on the island such as Joey Alexander, the Juilliard Jazz Ensemble, Sheku Kanneh-Mason and Andrei Ionita.
A flash of feathers and a riot of colour will be taking to the streets of Cayman this weekend as Batabano kicks into high gear.
Island Heritage Insurance is gearing up for its annual CharityDrive, set this year for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Some of Cayman’s top chefs will get together at The Ritz-Carlton on Thursday evening, May 2, to serve up some mouth-watering dishes and help out the islands’ up-and-coming young culinary talents at the same time.
The National Gallery of the Cayman Islands will be hosting several art-related talks in the next week and a half.
Foodies eagerly awaiting the next Cayman Cookout, to be held at The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman, on Jan. 16-19 next year, got an early tidbit on Wednesday when the chef lineup was revealed, live from Le Bernadin restaurant in New York.