To assist you in establishing a social life in Cayman, this section gives detailed information on the Islands' social clubs, service clubs and voluntary organisations. In addition, you will find a list of the major events in Cayman’s calendar plus some of the weekly religious services held in the Cayman Islands. We also give tips and advice on living a greener life in Cayman as well as what to do in the event of a hurricane.
There are many groups you can join to make new friends, including service organisations like Rotary and the Lion’s Club, hobbyist groups like the Wine & Food and Drama Societies and the Garden Club and sports clubs like the Rugby, Sailing and Tennis Clubs. For the civic-minded, there is the National Choir, National Orchestra, National Gallery and the Visual Arts Society.
For a small Island you will find there are numerous annual events that range from the Taste of Cayman Food & Drink Festival and Legends Tennis Tournament to the annual Breast Cancer Gala and Cayman Islands Marathon. With large scale events happening every month, there is something to suit all tastes and interests.
The hurricane season runs from the 1st of June to the 30th of November every year so it’s important to be prepared. Learn more about how to prepare your home in the event of the hurricane, where the hurricane shelters are located, what to do after a hurricane and how you can help the vulnerable in the community before and after a hurricane hits.
For those who are environmentally conscious, we provide advice on how to live a greener life, whether it’s building a home, information on household recycling, driving an electric car or getting involved in green initiatives, we’ve got you covered
Finally, there is a list of the various religious denominations in Cayman along with information on who to contact and when weekly services are held and a summary of annual community events on Island.
For many people living in the Cayman Islands, being green has become a way of life. Cayman is leading the region in electric car sales and it is no longer uncommon to see these smart cars zipping through traffic during rush hour.
There is a saying in Cayman that we have two things in overwhelming abundance: churches and banks. There are more than 200 churches, with almost every faith and denomination represented. The following are just some of the services held weekly. During July and August the number of services held are often reduced.