We are back with another edition of the Cayman Life Show with April Cummings (that’s me, but I feel very important when I refer to myself in the third person). Lots of great stuff this episode.
Artist John Broad showed us how he teaches others to put their own unique spin on his renowned series, Man on a Bicycle and a word or two on why art matters.
We enjoyed a fantastic tour of Mary Ann & Peter Kosa’s “tiny” home. At just over 600 square feet, it is full of unique touches that reflect their history and personality without feeling cramped or overbearing for a second. It’s a delight.
George Town MLA Barbara Connolly takes us with her as she works on the preliminary stages of the renovation and expansion of Smith Barcadere aka Smith’s Cove. Her vision is to make this popular beach site more accessible, safer and even more beautiful so that we all can enjoy this island treasure.
We also feature another Coldwell Banker Cayman Islands Realty listing – a fabulous property tour of 85 Crystal Drive.
AND THERE’S MORE…..
A throw back to January and Minister Tara Rivers Old Time New Year’s day in West Bay. From old time games to traditional crafts and bit of good old fashioned sports, we also ran into Cayman’s newest Governor, His Excellency Mr. Martyn Roper.
The Cayman Music and Entertainers Association held the 2019 Young Musicians Showcase on Saturday, January 27th at the Harquail Theatre on Grand Cayman. The event brought together a variety of performers from singers to steel pan bands. Hosted by Zolla Jones and Tarec Francis from Radio Cayman’s Youth Flex, it was a joy see our young people express themselves as artists and musicians. Special thanks to James Gearey and Jamo Myles for their efforts and the great audio work by Barry at CNCF. A Muzaic Event by the Cayman Music and Entertainment Association (CMEA)
We thank you for a remarkable show!
We’re excited to have the opportunity to share with you another exciting focus on Cayman Youth – thanks to Cayman First, we were able to capture the new Cayman Youth Orchestra and it’s performance at the Arts and Recreation Center at Cayman International School at Camana Bay. Thank you Ian Emerson for your hard work and dedication to our talented young people.
We are excited to have the opportunity to share with you another exciting focus on Cayman Youth – thanks to Cayman First, we were able to capture the new Cayman Youth Orchestra and its performance at the Arts and Recreation Center at Cayman International School at Camana Bay. Thank you Ian Emerson for your hard work and dedication to our talent young people.
How is that for a catchy headline? Our Cayman First Classroom of the Month is all about developing young entrepreneurs and our focus is on Re-Tyre, a Junior Achievement Cayman Company under the tutelage of Cayman Airways and advisor Joann West who insisted we put the spotlight completely on the young people who took their idea to market and racked up awards as well. Congratulations! We’re proud of your innovation and commitment to excellence.