In 2011, the inaugural “Battle 4 Atlantis” college basketball tournament took place in Nassau, The Bahamas.
The 21st Annual Pirates Week Mike Lockwood Memorial Swim Meet took place Nov. 16-19 at the Lions Aquatic Centre.
Wall-to-wall basketball took center stage at John Gray High School on Monday, as four highly touted college games played out in the inaugural Cayman Islands Classic. The first act of the three-day tournament was an all-day affair, with the first game starting at noon and the last game – featuring No. 12 Cincinnati, the only ranked team in the field – tipping off at 7:30 p.m.
Pirates stormed Cayman Brac at the Nov. 4 weekend, turned their sights on Grand Cayman over the long holiday weekend that started on Nov. 11, and last weekend was the turn of Little Cayman, which got the final taste of this year’s Pirates Week swashbuckling and marauding.
The speed, skill and high-flying art of college basketball will lay its footprint in unfamiliar territory Monday, when the inaugural Cayman Islands Classic tips off at John Gray High School.
As that most wonderful time of the year is nearing again, Grizz and Frizz and their merry band of Christmas characters are busy getting ready to bring Cayman’s audiences “A Playhouse Family Christmas” at the Cayman Drama Society’s Prospect Playhouse Theatre.
This year marks The National Gallery of the Cayman Islands’ 20th anniversary. Over the past two decades, the country’s leading public visual arts organization has welcomed more than a quarter of a million visitors, produced countless world-class exhibitions, and provided up to 60 monthly educational programs for the community.