What’s On In Cayman For February?
by Lisa Beauchamp Jan 27, 2020
While our neighbours in north America and across the pond may be experiencing sleet, snow and ice, Cayman continues to bask in the winter sunshine. And this makes it so much easier to enjoy outdoors activities while getting a fix of vitamin D.
It may be winter but there is plenty going on across the island to keep you occupied.
Here are Yello’s top entertainment picks for February:
Hatitude: Tea By The Sea
What’s not to love about wearing a hat and feasting on afternoon while raising funds for the National Trust?
Sponsored by Jacques Scott, this event is one of the National Trust’s most popular annual fundraisers. This year’s theme is ‘Tea by the Sea’.
This family-friendly brunch will take place at the Grand Old House on Saturday 1 February from 2pm until 4.30pm.
Tickets for children ages six to 12 are CI$45 for members and CI$50 for non-members.
Tickets for adults are CI$75 for members and CI$90 for non-members.
For more information visit the Cayman National Trust website.
Coco Fest 2020!
If you love coconuts then you can’t miss the opportunity to enjoy coconut inspired food, treats, games and crafts.
Bring along your family and friends and join in the fun at Pedro St James from 12 noon until 6pm on Saturday 8 February.
Admission is CI$5. Free entry for children under six.
Annual Agricultural Show 2020
Celebrating its 53rd anniversary, this beloved annual show attracts over 10,000 people keen for the opportunity to interact with goats, cows, sheep and other livestock.
Attendees can chat with farmers and buy their delicious produce.
There will be plenty of food, music and entertainment including face painting, pony rides and mechanical bull challenges. Also, watch out for demonstration by local crafters.
There are no excuses not to attend as it’s a public holiday on Wednesday 26 February (Ash Wednesday).
Gates open at 7.30am at the Lower Valley.
Cost of general admission for adults is CI$10 and CI$5 for children ages two to 12.
8th Annual Red Sky At Night Multicultural Arts Fair
Cayfest’s most popular annual event takes place on Saturday 29 February.
Celebrating its 8th anniversary, the evening will showcase some of the Cayman Islands’ finest talents in music, film, fashion design, theatre and visual arts.
When you enter the grounds of the F.J. Harquail Cultural Centre, the atmosphere will be vibrant and energetic. You will be greeted by the sound of music, lively chatter and the aroma of delicious culinary treats.
Attendees can truly take the opportunity to breathe in the night air and celebrate Caymanian culture. Guests will experience live performances from dancers, actors and storytellers as well as creative work by local visual artists.
Starting at 4pm, the fun will continue until midnight.
For more information, visit the Cayfest website.
Cayman Brac Annual Fundraiser
Dust off your feather boa, find a long string of pearls and put on your dancing shoes as you need to start practising the steps to the Charleston.
Yes, it’s time to attend the Cayman Brac District Committee’s annual fundraiser. You’ve guessed it, the theme is the “Roaring 20s!”
This popular event hosted by the National Trust will take place at the Brac Trust House, West End, Cayman Brac at 6pm.
Tickets cost CI$25 per person, which includes entry and meal.
Pencil these events into your calendar to make the most of the month.