A weekend of culture,conservation and politics

| 24/04/2009

(CNS): Cayman is looking at another busy weekend with something for everyone from art exhibitions and Batabano to the Earth Day clean up and endless political rallies. Police are warning drivers to watch out on Saturday morning for teams clearing garbage along the roads and that from 2pm until around 6pm on Saturday a number of roads will be closed to facilitate the Children’s Batabano parade.

Police said that  Boilers Road / South Church Street,  North Church Street / Mary Street,  Shedden Road/Mary Street,   Mary Street / Fort Street,  Hospital Four Way Stop,  Elgin Avenue round-about      Goring Avenue @ Cayman Camera. The Earth Day teams will be out and about right across the island from 7am and will congregate at public beach on the Wet Bay Road from noon onwards.

Meanwhile, at the Harquail Theatre between 2:00pm to 4:30pm the winners will be announced for the Crown Art Competition and Exhibition. In Bodden Town, Minister of Tourism, Charles Clifford will be hosting the official groundbreaking of Coe Wood Public Beach complete with entertainment and refreshments.

Several candidates are also holding a public meetings in the evening and a number of candidates will be attending the youth mixer event at the Marquee Plaza where Cayman’s young voters will be putting the questions that matter to them to their potential candidates from 5-9pm.





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