The Public Library Service and Rotary Central present Saturday Story-time. Beginning Saturday, 15 May, the sessions are scheduled between11:00 and 11:30 a.m. in the new children's section of the George Town Public Library.
"We hope kids will join us on our journey to the unknown as we bring books alive through fun songs, rhymes, art and play," Library Services Acting Deputy Director Juliet Lawson commented.
"Each week a different theme will be explored. And there will be many surprises geared towards entertaining the entire family."
Noting that the events are free, she also urged parents to attend. "It promotes literacy in the family and allows parent and child to spend quality time reading together."
Ms. Lawson thanked Rotary Central members for their continued effort to promote literacy throughout the Cayman Islands.
Rotary Central is part of Rotary International -- a global association of Rotary clubs with a common mission to provide service to others; to promote high ethical standards; and to advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through its fellowship of business, professional, and community leaders.
The club received its charter from Rotary International on 30 October 1986. Since then, members have established an impressive track record of service in Cayman's community.
Accomplishments include housing assistance; building the T.E. McField Centre; restoring the Mastic Trail, and hosting the annual Science Fair along with literacy support programmes; hurricane relief; and a wide range of youth programmes. Rotary Central currently has over 63 members ranging across several sectors of the community. More information is available at www.rotarycentral.ky.
Source: Rotary Central Grand Cayman