Each month, ScrapStreet travels to a new street, taking inspiration from that particular location. We learn a bit about our stop and try to infuse that knowledge and attitude in our creations. The monthly challenges encourage us to shake up our scrapping, trying new techniques, themes, and altered items as well as cards and color combinations. Travel along with us as we spend
November enjoying the
Cayman’s National Festival takes place between 11 and 21 November 2010. It is a blend of active, culinary, heritage and above all fun events for all the family.
It’s eleven fun filled days on our glorious islands with music, street dances, competitions, games, wonderful local food and drink, kids day, glittering parade, sports events for everyone, Heritage Days, pirate invasion and fireworks galore! There is just too much going on for you to miss out on.
The festival starts with a bang with a fantastic fireworks display, followed by a local song contest and then, almost every day for eleven days, Caribbean rhythms pulsate in open-air street dances until the small hours of the morning. An authentic slice of the native Caribbean
complete with a mock ‘pirate invasion’ from the sea! Two old-time sailing vessels, loaded with pirates make a Saturday surprise landing at the bowl-shaped George Town harbour, as thousands line the streets to take part in the spectacle or just watch. It's good-natured fun, there's a new twist every year, and families just love it. It's the only event of its kind in the Caribbean region.
Source: Pirate Week Website