20 SEPT.


We can barely contain our excitement – the Crawleys have returned! The feature film of ‘Downton Abbey’  premieres at Camana Bay Cinema, with welcome drinks at 7pm and screening starting at 8pm. Costumes are
encouraged so dress to make the duchess proud; top hat and tails are de rigueur! Best in show will win a prize.

There are also chances to win fantastic spot prizes such as a staycation for four at the Kimpton Seafire.

Tickets are $35 or $50 for VIP at fandango.com.

22 SEPT.


The annual Prostate and Colon Cancer Event – the Delano Hislop Memorial Journey – consists of a 5K walk, 10K run or 15K ride, starting at the refreshingly early hour of 6am.

Organised by The Lions Club of Grand Cayman, the event starts at the new Jasmine building on West Bay Road across from the Margaritaville Beach Resort.

All proceeds raised will go towards Jasmine and the Cayman Islands Cancer Society. Do you have what it takes?

Sign up and register for $25 at CaymanActive.com/PACCE.


One Dog At A Time is holding one of its fundraising outings on the Allura catamaran. The boat sets sail from  Dock C at the Yacht Club at 1pm and returns at 6pm. First stop is Stingray City, followed by Starfi sh Point.

Nibbles are included in the ticket price and drinks are available.

Tickets are $40 per person and children are welcome (price depends on their age). Book your spot in advance!

Call 917-8284 or visit odaat.ky.


There can be no doubt that the waters of the Cayman Islands are the perfect clarity and temperature for learning freediving. The Performance Freediving Academy is holding the Deja Blue Freediving Camp from 22-28 Sept.

Practice constant weight, free immersion, no fins and scooter freediving. Freediving has been a sport for years but has been getting more recognition recently. The Performance Freediving Academy teaches courses worldwide. Why fly when you can try at home?