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Join the Royal Palms Beach Club and the National Trust of the Cayman Islands for a fun-filled night of epic tale and adventure.

National Geographic Wildlife Presenter and Author James Hendry will regale the audience with tails of his travels and experiences in the wild.

 

National Trust Blue Iguana Manager, Luke Harding and Aaron Hunt, Cayman Eco Drivers’ Coral Reef Foundation will also enlighten the audience on their experiences in local conservation.

The event will be held at the Royal Palms Beach Club and tickets include complimentary beverages and food stations. The night promises to be an entertaining evening with 100% of proceeds going towards the National Trust and their conservation goals.

Huge thanks to event sponsors Safari Live, Royal Palms Beach Club and the Ritz-Carlton Grand Cayman.

WHO: General public

 

WHEN: Saturday, 08 February – 5:00pm to 8:00pm

 

WHERE: Royal Palms Beach Club 537 West Bay Road

 

ALL PROCEEDS GOING TOWARDS THE NATIONAL TRUST OF THE CAYMAN ISLANDS

 

 

About the National Trust for the Cayman Islands
The National Trust for the Cayman Islands is a non-governmental organisation whose mandate under the National Trust Law (2010 Revision) includes the preservation of the historic, natural and maritime heritage of the Cayman Islands for present and future generations.

 

About the National Trust Conservation Programme
The National Trust for the Cayman Islands’ conservation programme strives to protect Cayman’s native species and the habitats in which they live, and includes the endemic Blue Iguana of Grand Cayman, the Sister Islands Rock Iguana and Cayman’s native bat species.

 

About the National Trust Education Programme
The National Trust for the Cayman Islands’ education programme empowers people of all ages to preserve Cayman’s natural and built heritage through public awareness and by creating opportunities for hands-on learning. Its initiatives help shape the way towards a better understanding and increased appreciation for Cayman’s unique biodiversity, built heritage and sustainability.

Coming up on 8 Feb at Books & Books – a signing with National Geographic presenter and Author, James Hendry!

Join us at Books & Books in Camana Bay from 3 – 4 p.m. to meet James and discuss his books, A Year in the Wild and Back to the Bush.

Reserve your space below for a spot at this not-to-be-missed special event!

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