9-11 February - Cayman Arts Festival
A collection of world-class performing artists inspire, educate and entertain at this three-day festival. This year’s events include Dama Trio – a promising young group from Italy – as well as a fringe event performed by the students of the Cayman Arts Festival’s after-school programme and a Julliard jazz ensemble with Helen Sung. caymanartsfestival.com

12-14 February - Valentine’s Moonlight & Movies
Moviegoers can cuddle up and enjoy a romantic comedy on a giant outdoor screen under the stars. Dine at one of Camana Bay’s signature restaurants before the movie, set up a picnic on the grass, or just bring a blanket, relax and enjoy the show on Camana Bay’s outdoor big screen. Movie begins at 7pm in Gardenia Court. camanabay.com

17 February - Legends at Camana Bay
Tennis Hall of Fame legends join Grand Slam Champions and former World #1’s on the court at the Festival Green in Camana Bay for one night of exhibition entertainment under the Caribbean stars. Events include men’s singles and mixed doubles with John McEnroe, Chris Evert, Jim Courier and Daniela Hantuchova. legendscayman.com

18 February - Culture at the Cinema: Swan Lake
Culture at the Cinema brings internationally renowned stage performances to the Cayman Islands with monthly theatre and ballet productions filmed live at venues around the world and presented on the big screen at the cinema in Camana Bay. Guests will enjoy a screening of Bolshoi’s Swan Lake. bigscreen.ky

25 February - QEII Botanic Park Annual Orchid Show
A fantastic floral show that includes indigenous Cayman orchids with exotic orchids for sale, the Annual Orchid Show promotes the conservation of Cayman's native orchids and has become an occasion for educating gardeners on the techniques of growing orchids. Hundreds of orchids will be available to purchase. botanic-park.ky

25 February - Red Sky at Night Festival
An enchanting evening rich in arts and culture, patrons of Red Sky at Night will walk through the gardens of the F.J. Harquail Cultural Centre and be treated to live performances from dancers, actors and storytellers as well as creative work by local visual artists and crafts people. Celebrated films from around the Caribbean and inspiring performances will be featured within the festival theatres. Visitors will be escorted by the sounds of the steel pan, fiddle and drums and lured by a mouthwatering array of local culinary delicacies. artscayman.org