October Events

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The Ritz-Carlton Calendar

Daily – Afternoon Tea in the Silver Palm Lounge 2–4 pm Enjoy an elegant afternoon of delicate pastries, dainty finger sandwiches and a cup of your favorite brew. Afternoon tea has been a tradition at The Ritz-Carlton since 1927 and provides the perfect respite from a long day of sunshine. Reservations required.

Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays – Cardio Tennis Transform your fitness routine and elevate your heart rate with this heart-pumping cardiovascular workout. Cardio Tennis programs are offered Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday morning from 9 to 10 am and Wednesday from 6 to 7 pm. $20 KYD / $25 USD.

Thursdays – Steak Frites Night at SEVEN SEVEN offers the ultimate steakhouse experience with its new Steak Frites Night. Join us Thursday evenings for a distinctive dinner featuring Niman Ranch All-Natural Beef and refined accompaniments.

23 – Out of the Kitchen 6:30–11:30 pm Join us for an extraordinary evening as Grand Cayman’s finest restaurants present a distinctive four-course menu cooked and served tableside by your favorite chefs.

25 – Rally Against Breast Cancer 9-10 am Join us on The Courts for a special Cardio Tennis session on Saturday, October 25 from 9 to 10 a.m. Proceeds from Cardio Tennis will be donated to the Cayman Cancer Society in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Dress in pink to show your support and enjoy an invigorating workout with pink tennis balls. Gourmet coffee and fresh fruit will be served courtside for donations.

Month of October – Cayman Restaurant Week Cayman Islands National Gallery Enjoy lunch or dinner for fixed prices at some of Grand Cayman’s finest restaurants. Visit Site

24-31 – Cayman Cocktail Week A unique celebration toasting the island’s thriving cocktail culture with an incredible array of cocktail parties, culinary events, tastings and seminars. Visit Site

25 – Spooky Traditions Bus Tour Join the National Trust for a spooky bus tour of fun for all the family. See a creepy bat house and a bone dry cemetery once thought to be home of scurvy ridden pirates along with other spooky spots.

Wednesdays – Farmers & Artisans Market The Paseo Explore a bounty of fresh Cayman Island produce, farm goods and artisanal prepared foods, plus unique gift items and handicrafts, including jewelry and original artworks. Live entertainment, cultural demonstrations and more make for a festive event.