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It has been over 50 years since the first Agriculture Show was held in the Cayman Islands. Since that time, it has grown to...
By 11 a.m., eastbound traffic was backed up beyond Savannah as thousands of people jammed into the fairgrounds in Lower Valley to celebrate the 52nd annual Agriculture Show on Wednesday.
Readers will want to wake up with the roosters tomorrow to be sure they are at The Grounds in Lower Valley bright and early. They...
It is hard to believe that the Ag Show, as it is affectionately known, is celebrating its 52nd year. What began as a simple event has grown, much like the produce to be found in its stalls, into an annual behemoth.
In the Feb. 20, 1969 edition of the Caymanian Weekly, a precursor of the Cayman Compass, the front page carried a report on the annual Agriculture Show. It read:
The Cayman Islands Agricultural Society has announced the winners of this year’s Agriculture Show.
Joshua McLean and Diandra Thompson of John Gray High School are the winners of the National Youth Cook-Off final held at the Agricultural Show on Ash Wednesday.
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Local livestock, produce, culture and crafts were all featured prominently Wednesday at the 51st Annual Cayman Islands Agriculture Show, one of Cayman’s largest annual events.
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One of the most anticipated annual events on-island, the Agricultural Show, returns this month for its 51st year, taking place on the public holiday Wednesday, with the gates opening at 7:30 a.m. As usual, the show will be a day out for the whole family, providing a wonderful setting for attendees to interact with local farmers and artisans.
Exhibitors are lining up, farmers are grooming prize bulls, and the Department of Agriculture is getting its plants and trees ready for the 2018 Agriculture Show, which gets under way on Ash Wednesday.
Creek and Spot Bay Primary School students were busy tending the school’s garden over the past few months, and their efforts paid off. Creek and Spot Bay Primary won first place for Grow Boxes and first place for Display, and the Year 3 class earned an honorable mention at last week’s Agriculture Show.
The Agriculture Show celebrated its golden year with a diverse display of local farming, food and culture at the Lower Valley Agricultural Grounds. Kurt Tibbetts described the event as a cultural mainstay and Grand Cayman’s single largest, annual event.
Vendors, farmers, organizers, agriculture officials and sponsors, as well as some young helpers, were on hand at the Agricultural Grounds on Tuesday as preparations for the golden jubilee of the annual Agriculture Show got under way.
The gates of the Agricultural Grounds in Lower Valley will open at 6 a.m. for the early risers who want to head to the annual Agriculture Show on Ash Wednesday. There will be entertainment, plant sales, demonstrations, competitions and more.
We often reserve our editorial space to discuss the biggest news of the day. And today – Ash Wednesday – there’s nothing bigger going on in the Cayman Islands than the Agriculture Show.
Cayman’s biggest one-day agriculture event takes place on Ash Wednesday, March 1, at the Agricultural Grounds in Lower Valley. The day is designed to provide fun for all ages and to display the very best in agricultural and rural life.
Young chefs had the opportunity to show off their cooking skills recently at the Cayman Brac National Youth District Cook-Off. Five teams of young chefs and a coach vied for the top spot at the contest on Oct. 29 at Layman E. Scott Sr. High School. The winning team secured a spot to compete against teams from several other districts at the National Youth Cook-off on March 1, 2017.
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...
Organizers are all set for a celebration of Little Cayman’s cultural and agricultural heritage this weekend.
Fine weather and a strong turnout made for an action-packed and successful Brac Agriculture show last weekend.
Local farmers, crafters and entertainers are busily preparing for the Brac Agriculture Show scheduled for this weekend at the Brac Agriculture Grounds on the bluff.
From the moment the gates opened at the Stacy Watler Agriculture Pavilion in Lower Valley on Wednesday, the produce market was abuzz as shoppers stocked up on fresh fruits and vegetables.
The 49th Annual Agriculture Show will kick off early Wednesday morning at the Stacy Watler Agriculture Pavilion in Lower Valley.
The 49th Annual Agriculture Show will be held at The Grounds in Lower Valley on Ash Wednesday, Feb. 10, so mark your calendars for an entertaining and delicious day out.
Cayman farmers are in the home stretch making final preparations in anticipation of taking part in and, hopefully, winning a ribbon at this year’s Agriculture Show.