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Everyone talks about the ‘good old days’ when times were simpler. Take a look at this picture from yesteryear and see if you can recognise its subjects.
Pedro Castle is looking forward to another coco-tastic celebration as it hosts the third annual Coco Fest this Saturday from noon to 4 p.m.
Making a special visit to the Cayman Islands to celebrate his 40th birthday, Grammy award-winning gospel singer Jason Crabb is slated to perform at Pedro Castle this Sunday.
From left, Julie Hutton of FLOW, Acting CEO of the Tourism Attractions Board Patrick Thompson and Carolyn Lawe-Smith of FLOW with the FA cup at Pedro Castle. The football trophy made a pit stop on Jan. 24 at the Savannah historic site as the cup made its rounds of Grand Cayman.
The Cayman Islands Astronomical Society has its regular monthly meeting on Sunday, Aug. 7, at Pedro Castle, starting at 7 p.m. The public is welcome.
Grammy Award winner Jason Crabb delivered a night to remember Sunday at the Lions Centre.
Pedro Castle will be hosting its first gospel concert this weekend when 2010 Grammy Award winner and popular Christian artist Jason Crabb takes to the stage on Sunday, July 31.
Cayman seniors enjoyed a lunch hosted by the Seventh-day Adventist Church and the Department of Children and Family Services at Pedro Castle on Monday. The celebrations included food, music and fellowship.
Visitors to Savannah landmark Pedro St. James looking to take in some of Cayman’s history and culture have a special ally in their quest.
Alan Hurlston and Elmond Bodden chop coconuts for a line of people Saturday at Coco Fest at Pedro Castle. Hundreds turned out to sample the rum, candies, tarts and other coconut-based treats.
Pedro Castle will be going nuts for coconuts on Feb. 20. The Savannah historic site will be the setting for Coco Fest, a coconut festival happening in partnership with Tamer Soliman and Rob Tyler, the team behind the documentary “Bright Spot,” which examines the traditional role of coconuts in Cayman.
The grounds of Savannah’s Pedro Castle, situated on a stunning outcrop overlooking the turquoise Caribbean, are known for their historic importance to the Cayman Islands. Having served as a private home, courthouse and jail in its time, Pedro Castle itself is the site of an 1831 meeting where the Islands’ first elected parliament had its origins.