To sum this up, it is four beers, one mile and one awesome after-party (we are quoting) at the Cayman Islands Brewery.
First, competitors chug one beer then run 400M. Then, they repeat three more times; that’s all it takes for them to become champs. There will be lots of random prizes and awards, including best race outfi t. Individuals are
$25 or teams of 2, 3 or 4 are $40. Proceeds go to the Cayman Islands Humane Society.
Register at caymanactive.com.
Just when you thought you might be seeing your bicep again, an event like this comes along and makes you realise you have a long way to go. Prepare to see some ripped, impossibly tanned and shiny bodies at the Harquail Theatre as competitors participate in the Amateur Men and Amateur Women categories. Cheer along
your favourites when they strut their stuff across the stage.
Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the gate. Show starts at 6pm.
Call 923-5962 for more information.
Did you graduate from John Gray High School in 2009? If so, you can relive those (hopefully) delightful memories with your classmates at your reunion dinner, being held at Pappagallo Restaurant from 6pm. As you are still relatively young, you’ll probably bounce back the next day in time for the Ocean Vibes Cooler Cruise,
departing the George Town Yacht Club at 1pm.
Tickets for just the dinner or the dinner and cruise combined are available at eventpro.ky.
For further info, email [email protected].
Celebrate all things Greek and Turkish at Anchor & Den with a bazaar and special menu, starting at 6pm.
It is a culinary adventure, inspired by the famous ship which took the Argonauts, the strongest and bravest band of heroes ever assembled in mythology, on voyages around the ancient Greek world. (No doubt you will eat better
than they did out on the open seas.) The menu includes food from the Aegean region. You shall eat like a god!