11 OCT.


When you look at the full moon, do you feel a bit different? Maybe you’ve got more energy or you’re ready to rip it up? If so, Calico Jack’s is the place for you.

It is always nice when the Full Moon Party falls on a weekend so you have a couple of days to recover before work on Monday. It officially begins at 9pm and runs until late. Dance to the DJ with your toes in the sand and indulge in drink specials.

All werewolves are welcome.

11 & 12 OCT.


The documentary about social isolation in big cities, filmed in the US and Canada and conceived in Cayman, premieres at the Camana Bay Cinema with 6 and 8pm showings on both nights.

Tickets are $15 on 11 Oct. and include access to the after-party. They are $10 on 12 Oct. All screenings have a Q&A with the cast and crew after each showing. It is a little taste of Hollywood right here!

See disconnecteddoc.com for more info.

13 OCT.


The month of October is also Breast Cancer Month, which means lots of awareness and fundraising events. The Brenda Tibbetts Lund Walk/Runs are always well-attended, social outings. This one is happening along Seven Mile Beach, starting at 6am at Public Beach, with a registration cost of $25 per person. Get your tickets at caymanactive.com.

If you didn’t make the one in the Brac or Kaibo, this is your chance to redeem yourself!

17 & 18 OCT.


Two nights of music and dancing at Harquail Theatre will join Voices around the World, courtesy of Jasmine, the
Cayman National Choir and Orchestra, a cappella group The Singrays and Miss. Jackie’s Company Dancers.

Some amazing local talent on the stage at once! Both nights start at 7pm. Tickets are $30 for adults and $10 for
children, available online at eventpro.ky. You have two chances to go – don’t miss it!