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Young pirates, princesses and superheroes took over the Cayman Turtle Centre Saturday for the annual Halloween Fun Fest.
Just when you thought 2020 was an absolute nightmare, the year from hell throws you a bone: Halloween falls on a Saturday. When 31 Oct....
Students at Montessori By the Sea kicked off Halloween Thursday with some impressive costumes and treats.
Police are asking motorists to exercise extra care on Halloween night as neighbourhoods host parties and kids go trick or treating.
As the creepiest night of the year approaches, trick or treaters young and old prepare to hit the streets for an evening of scavenging...
Ghouls ruled the schools on Wednesday. Here, Grade 3 students at Cayman International School show off their Halloween costumes ahead of a night of trick or treating.
It seems only fitting that in October, the month of Halloween, Culture at the Cinema turns to the dark classic story of Frankenstein.
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The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service is warning drivers to drive with “extra care and precaution” on Halloween on Tuesday night, and to be on the lookout for children trick-or-treating.
Although Halloween is officially recognized on the date of Oct. 31 every year, most parties and celebrations are usually scheduled on the closest weekend so ghouls and ghosts can recuperate before Monday rolls around – the scariest day of the week.
The weather is turning out to be the scariest thing about Halloween this year. Predicted wind and rain through the weekend are giving holiday event organizers a chill.
The Halloween celebration at Pedro St. James, known as “Spookfest,” will be opening its doors a little early this year to give some special young visitors time to enjoy the festivities before the crowds descend.
Halloween really was not a big thing in the U.K. when I was a kid, but then we left there when I was 2 years old, so what do I know? I think my first memory of going out trick-or-treating was when we moved to Cayman, and places like Merren’s department store and Comart carried your basic masks. Remember the ones? With just a thin piece of elastic that went around the back of the head?
Pedro St. James was the scene of a whole stew of spooky fun this past weekend. Organizers estimate more than 1,000 people attended the Hershey’s...
Youngsters attending the Montessori School of Cayman’s Halloween & Harvest camp were excited to show off their costumes on Friday. At the week-long camp, kids took part in a variety of crafts and activities celebrating the season.
With Halloween just around the corner, there’s going to be some spooky fun for the whole family this weekend at Pedro St. James.
It’s that time of year again when ghouls, pumpkin heads, witches and skeletons seem to appear at almost every corner. Camana Bay got into the spirit of the season Wednesday with this Halloween display.
The KRyS Global 30K, Halloween 10-10-10 Relay and the Fun 5K all take place in East End, Grand Cayman, on Sunday, Oct. 30, starting and finishing at Morritt’s Tortuga Resort.
All residents, visitors and ghosts are invited to the 2016 edition of the Spooktacular Fun Run in Little Cayman.
Halloween is one of the favorite times of year for both children and adults. One simply has to look at all the films and programs dedicated to the subject to understand the age range to which it appeals. Everything from the Great Pumpkin and Charlie Brown to an extreme number of Michael Myers movies and other horror flicks, indicates that Halloween is alive and well in the 21st century.
Ghosts, monsters and princesses running around – oh my! Save Our Youth Monster Dash; NCVO Radio/Telethon; 16th Annual Cut-A-Thon; ‘Breeze Through Broadway’; and Artisan Market.
It seems only fitting that in the month of Halloween, Culture at the Cinema turns to the dark story of Frankenstein. Fans of Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller, both of whom, coincidentally, have played the part of Sherlock Holmes on television, will no doubt be flocking to see this critically acclaimed National Theatre production.