TAB Calls for Heritage Vendors in Brac

TAB Calls for Heritage Vendors in Brac

 

Food and craft vendors interested in participating in the upcoming Cayman Brac Heritage Day can reserve stalls starting Monday 2nd September 2019.

The Cayman Brac Heritage Day will be held on Saturday 2nd November at the Heritage House in North East Bay (10am – 3pm) and will be the first official Heritage Day of the 2019 Pirates Week Festivities.

The event aims to showcase demonstrations of traditional arts and crafts and offer games, traditional food and juices, as well as a venue to highlight local talent. 

Vendors willing to host traditional or carnival games are encouraged to register. Registration is FREE. 

All food vendors must present a valid DEH Food Handling Certificate with completed application forms.

Space is limited, please register early. Deadline to apply is Friday 18th October.

For more information contact the Pirates Week office at  949-5078 or info@piratesweekfestival.com 

Download the vendor application form online at https://www.piratesweekfestival.com/cayman-brac-heritage-day or pick up application forms from the Cayman Brac Heritage House.

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