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CAMANA BAY TIMES

The first issue of Camana Bay Times was published in the spring of 2007, before the Town Centre opened, to share the vision of what was to come. In January 2017, Camana Bay Times was relaunched as a monthly community newspaper to celebrate the development’s 10-year anniversary and continues to share details on community happenings.

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24 January 2020

Made in Cayman: Fluid art – the latest...

By Alan Markoff The hottest trend in painting goes by many names: Dutch pour fluid art, acrylic flow painting, acrylic pour painting,...

21 January 2020

Workplace Environments opens showroom in Camana Bay

Randy Buck - Photo: Alan Markoff By Lynn Smith Workplace Environments is moving its showroom to a new environment. A solution...

20 January 2020

What’s cookin’ at Bon Vivant: Eat your vegetables

By Maureen Cubbon As we begin a new year, it is a good time to put some healthful habits in place. Eating more vegetables, especially...

17 January 2020

Align in Camana Bay helps with goal setting

By Kristina Maxwell The year 2020 is officially upon us. However, instead of embarking on just a new year this time, we're also...

15 January 2020

Focus on flora: Mexican petunia in Camana Bay

By Shannon Schmidt One of the things the Caribbean is known for is the flora. Whether it displays leathery-leaved, shade-loving plants,...

14 January 2020

Life in middle school: Balancing school and extracurricular...

By Erin Shaughness At the end of the 12th grade, students are all judged on their curricular performance. This judgment will impact the...

10 January 2020

Beauty tips by Eclipze: Say hello to a...

By Darla Dilbert Looking your best involves much more than beauty treatments. As we start the new year, incorporate some of these...

9 January 2020

New recycling location in Camana Bay

The new recycling station at Camana Bay is located in the car park on the northeast side of the Esterley Tibbetts Highway underpass. By...

8 January 2020

Local chefs go head to head at Cayman...

Chef Bernard Guillas, pictured here at last year's Cayman Cookout Champagne brunch, will once again be serving seafood wonders from an ice...

3 January 2020

Sequels and remakes coming to Camana Bay Cinema...

By Jarett Theberge The new year is upon us and that has usually meant the worst Hollywood “dump month” of them all. However, recent...

16 December 2019

Book Talk: The Great Gatsby book review

By Alanna Warwick-Smith The countdown is on. As the clock ticks steadily towards a new year and a new decade, along with it comes the...

16 December 2019

Focus on Flora: Colville’s Glory on Grand Cayman

By Shannon Schmidt Colville’s Glory, or Colvillea racemosa, is a glorious tree that you don’t see all that often on Grand Cayman....

16 December 2019

Life in Middle School: Cayman International School’s new...

By Jenna Hamilton Cayman International School introduced a new grading system throughout middle school and high school this year....

16 December 2019

Getting close to Cayman Islands nature at Camana...

By Hannah Reid A series of new walking trails at Camana Bay takes visitors into the heart of the nearby woods. The nature loop footpath...

16 December 2019

Enjoy an idyllic day in the Cayman Islands...

By Maia Muttoo Despite intermittent rain spells in the preceding weeks, when I arrived at Camana Bay for a North Sound excursion with...

13 December 2019

When feelings about your child turn negative: an...

By Lynn Smith Being a parent can be exhausting. Gregory Miller, a counsellor from Infinite Mindcare, knows this firsthand because...

12 December 2019

Surviving the party season: tips from Align wellness...

By Kristina Maxwell 'Tis the season for numerous holiday parties. Typically, holiday parties involve too much booze, overeating and...

11 December 2019

Give the gift of Cayman Islands experiences this...

By Alan Markoff Most of us have been there. Someone, perhaps your secret Santa at the office, gives you a beautifully wrapped gift. You...

10 December 2019

A swashbuckling good time in Camana Bay with...

By Maia Muttoo Now you can emulate Robin Hood, The Three Musketeers, Zorro, Jack Sparrow and other famed swashbucklers of the silver...

9 December 2019

Stringing and singing my way to holiday art...

By Alanna Warwick-Smith 3 Girls & A Kiln on Market Street in Camana Bay is a Grand Cayman-based art collective of, you guessed it,...