Archive for February 19th, 2016

Folk Singers set to entertain at Cayfest

Folk Singers set to entertain at Cayfest

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(CNS): The Cayman Islands Folk Singers will be performing their concert, Home and Away, at the Harquail Theatre on Friday, 26 February, as part of the 2016 Cayfest Festival of the Arts. The performance of this particular show, which will feature Cayman’s best-loved folk songs and kitchen dance music, will mark its first-ever inclusion at […]

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Guy Harvey named maritime award winner

Guy Harvey named maritime award winner

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(CNS): Artist, conservationist and entrepreneur Guy Harvey has been selected as this year’s recipient of the Seafarers’ House International Golden Compass Award. The honour is given to those who have achieved distinction in the maritime world, whose vocation or avocation has been the sea, or who have ministered to or otherwise assisted seafarers.

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National Gallery gifted artwork from the 1990s

National Gallery gifted artwork from the 1990s

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(CNS): Artwork by well-known local painter John Broad has been donated to the National Gallery of the Cayman Islands (NGCI) Permanent Collection. The acrylic on canvas titled “Over the Bridge” was gifted by Cassandra Greene, a long-time supporter of NGCI, and will join the gallery’s growing collection of more than 125 works of art.

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Olympic coach speaks to John Gray students

Olympic coach speaks to John Gray students

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(CNS): World-renowned swimming coach Bailey Weathers, who has worked with Olympic champions, gave a motivational talk to students at John Gray High School on Wednesday, 17 February. Weathers, who is the technical director of the Cayman Islands Amateur Swimming Association, most recently worked with US swimmer Allison Schmitt, who won five medals, three of them […]

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Fire Service trots out safety lecture to riding school

Fire Service trots out safety lecture to riding school

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(CNS): Members of the Cayman Islands Fire Service recently visited the Cayman Riding School (CRS) to teach young riders about fire safety in the stables as well as in the home. The school is affiliated with the British Pony Club and so runs a programme every Saturday afternoon for ages five and up to teach […]

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