With such a broad spectrum of social clubs in Cayman, you will have no problem finding like minded people!
Art Nest Creative Studio
Tel: (345) 949 0107
Art Nest is a community studio that aims to stimulate creativity in Cayman by providing art supplies, a space to work or exhibit, teaching and learning opportunities, workshops and a place for members to collaborate. They offer opportunities for a diverse range of genres and welcome creatives of all skill levels.
Contact: Richard Mcleod
Tel: (345) 925 4917 or (345) 949 8378
Meets monthly at Pedro Castle about three days after the new moon.
Better Read than Dead
Contact: Philip and Emé Paschalides
A friendly group of theatre lovers who read plays at each other’s home over wine and dinner, and occasionally stage public readings.
Helen Haines Tel: (345) 916 3217
Alex Wood Tel: (345) 947 3693
Tuesday night Duplicate Bridge; play starts at 7pm at the Comfort Suites. Friday morning Duplicate Bridge; play starts at 9.15am at The Rugby Club in South Sound. Visitors are welcome, but please come in pairs or call well in advance. All ages welcome.
Bookends Book Club
Tel: (345) 640 2665
The Bookends Book Club meets on the second Wednesday of the month at 6.30pm at Books & Books in Camana Bay.
Cayman Crypto Currency
Meets bi-weekly at various times and locations. They discuss investing, all things Bitcoin related and focus on teaching people about the new block chain and crypto technology.
Cayman Drama Society (CDS)
Prospect Playhouse, Shamrock Rd, Red Bay
The Cayman Drama Society is a vibrant community filled with enthusiastic members. They are committed to providing quality live productions to help educate, enrich and entertain, while also providing lifelong learning opportunities and fostering creative expression. CDS hosts an average of four to six productions per year and has a 130-seat theatre, the Prospect Playhouse. CDS is always looking for enthusiastic thespians, directors, producers, stage managers, lighting and sound technicians, back stage crew, front-of-house teams and new friends. New members of all ages are always welcome. They also offer regular classes, workshops and summer camps in acting, directing and performance skills.
The Cayman German Speaking Meetup Group
A group for German speakers in the Cayman Islands. Members regularly meet for children’s and adult’s events. Each week there is a playdate for parents and children. Each month there is an adult event to have drinks and meet other German speakers. The group is open to anyone in the Cayman Islands who is German speaking (native or 2nd language) or who has an interest in German, Austrian and Swiss culture, language, and community events.
Cayman Islands Marketing Professionals Association
Tel: (345) 916 4125
The Cayman Islands Marketing Professionals Association (CIMPA) is a non-profit organisation that embraces all major business sectors and all marketing disciplines, channels and technologies. Its goal is to help shape the future of the marketing profession in the Cayman Islands by building talented marketers and exceptional business leaders, and by demonstrating marketing’s value and strategic role as a key driver of business success to gain respect as an industry.
Cayman Motorsports Association (CMA)
Tel: (345) 926 7616
At present, the CMA hosts Time Attack events every four to six weeks. For updates you can follow them on Instagram and Facebook.
Cayman National Choir
Musical Director: Sue Horrocks
The choir has been entertaining the Cayman Islands for more than 40 years. Everyone is welcomed to join and no auditions are required. They meet every Monday at 7.30pm at Bay Harbour Center, West Bay Road. For more information, find them on Facebook.
Cayman National Cultural Foundation (CNCF)
17 Harquail Drive, F.J. Harquail Cultural Centre
Tel: (345) 949 5477
CNCF’s mission is to stimulate, facilitate and preserve cultural and artistic expression of Caymanian performing, visual and literary arts. The Foundation’s programming covers all artistic disciplines: theatre, dance, music, visual, literary and traditional arts. Popular events and offerings include: the Cayman Islands National Festival of Arts (Cayfest), the International Storytelling Festival of the Cayman Islands (Gimistory), multiple workshops designed to develop the talents of artists and preserve Caymanian arts, and camps for children and teenagers interested in the arts. The organisation is always looking for volunteers.
Cayman National Orchestra
Musical Director: Jonathan Taylor
The Cayman National Orchestra has a wide musical repertoire and consists of more than 30 musicians. The orchestra meets every Wednesday at Bay Harbour Center, West Bay Road at 7.30pm-9pm. Visit their Facebook page to find vacancies for your instrument.
Cayman Islands Photography Club
Tel: (345) 938 9432
Meets at 7.30pm on the first Thursday of every month at various venues. There is also a photography outing on the third Sunday of every month. The club is open to all levels.
Cayman Islands Seafarers Association
11 Victory Avenue, Prospect
Tel: (345) 947 7378
Monthly general meetings are held every third week on Tuesdays at 7.30pm with social events quarterly at 7pm. The aim is to keep Cayman’s seafaring heritage alive and provide tribute to older seamen.
Meets every Tuesday 5.30pm-7pm at West Indies Wine Company in Camana Bay and every Saturday 11am-12pm at the George Town Library. All levels are welcome, including beginners who will be taught the fundamentals of the game. They also run regular tournaments and programmes in the local public schools.
Cayman Code Academy
90 North Church Street, George Town
Whether you’re new to code or wanting to take your skills to the next level, the Cayman Code Academy innovation-driven curriculum and hands-on approach will prepare you for a rewarding professional career. From the start, they have been convinced that the need for a classroom-based coding academy in the Cayman Islands is vital. Countless entrepreneurs, business leaders, and tech professionals based in the Cayman Islands and within Cayman Enterprise City are on the hunt for skilled software developers.
90 North Church Street, George Town
Digital Cayman is a dynamic industry body cultivating economic development and providing a voice for the Cayman Islands Digital Sector. To register, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Eloquent Speakers Toastmasters Club
They meet every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month from 6.30pm-7.45pm at 17 Astral Way, Savannah United Church Board Room.
Eminent Orators Toastmasters Club
The mission of this group is to provide a supportive environment in which members can develop better communication and leadership techniques. Meets every 2nd and 4th Monday of the month, 6pm-7.30pm at the Cayman Academy Canteen.
90 North Church Street, George Town
A workforce development bureau partnership between Cayman Enterprise City (CEC) and the Cayman Islands Government that was established in 2012. Enterprise Cayman endeavours to connect Cayman’s workforce to CEC’s vibrant book of knowledge-based industries, providing outstanding opportunities to those thinking about a career in technology. Enterprise Cayman is fully committed to providing continuing education and development at all levels by providing substantive and meaningful programmes in a cutting-edge, compelling and supportive environment. If you would like to partake in the various Enterprise Cayman initiatives, email: email@example.com.
Girl Power Ltd.
A registered non-profit dedicated to mentoring, inspiring, nurturing and empowering young women (aged 13-25) with lifelong skills and values to succeed in today’s competitive society. Training includes health and wellness, interview skills, modelling, public speaking, women empowerment and more.
This is a non-profit organisation of seasoned and veteran athletes whose aim is to help beginner or intermediate athletes learn tips to training safely, improve their overall wellness, run and recover better and remain active all year round through their run, walk and beach wellness sessions.
The Garden Club of Grand Cayman
Tel: (345) 916 1683
Meets on the first Thursday of the month from September to June. Monthly meetings consist of short business meetings with programmes on gardening-related topics. Become a member for CI$25 a year.
International Ladies’ Club (ILC)
The ILC is open to women 18 years or older, of any nationality, living in Cayman. The purpose is to create a friendly atmosphere and provide an opportunity for socialising. The club hosts regular events from September-June. Check their Facebook page for more information.
International Wine & Food Society
Contact: Shelley White
Wine themed functions are held approximately once every six weeks, except during the summer. New members are sponsored by existing members.
The Lustic Life Book Club
Meets monthly at 6 pm at West Indies Wine Company to discuss their book of the month. The book can always be purchased at Books & Books and a 20% discount is offered if the book club is mentioned.
Orchid Society of Grand Cayman
A non-profit organisation that focuses and teaches members about the conservation, protection, growth, rescue and care for Cayman’s native orchids. Meetings are held on the second Saturday of each month at 3pm at changing locations, which are announced on their Facebook page.
Scotiabank Pioneer Toastmasters Club
Meets every other Wednesday of the month at 12.30pm, 2nd Floor, 18 Forum Lane, Camana Bay.
A live series of tech talks aiming to foster a vibrant technology ecosystem in the Cayman Islands. Discussions will include knowledge-sharing, answering hard questions and industry trends. The monthly Tech Talks are hosted online by Cayman Tech City in partnership with Digital Cayman.
Visual Arts Society of Grand Cayman (VAS)
Watler House Studio, Pedro St. James
VAS members receive priority for space to sell their arts and crafts at art markets and community events. They will also benefit from discounted rates on workshops, supplies and use of the studio at Pedro St. James. Members are kept informed of other art-related events happening within the community and invites to opening receptions.