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TOPIC: Diversions
May 5, 2010

Many Story:

Monthly events

Books & Books, Camana Bay:Story Time: Wednesdays at 10:30am For our youngest readers, join us every Wednesday at 10:30am when we read exciting new books and sing along to your favourite songs.

10 Minutes with Dr. James: Every Wednesday after Story Time Dr. James Robertson, paediatrician at TrinCay Medical Services in Camana Bay, shares his medical knowledge and answers your parenting questions.

Story & Craft Time: Saturdays at 10:30am For young readers, join us every Saturday at 10:30am when we read exciting new books and explore your creative side with a unique craft each week.

10 Minutes with Dr. James: On the first and third Saturday of the month Dr. James Robertson, paediatrician at TrinCay Medical Services in Camana Bay, joins us before Story & Craft Time to share his medical knowledge and answers your parenting questions.

Caribbean Reading Club: Wednesday, 12 May at 8pm Dr. Keith Jardim and the Caribbean Reading Club meet to discuss The Island Quintet by Trinidadian author Raymond Ramcharitar. Come share your insights and impressions.

P. C. Cast: Saturday, 15 May at 7pm Join New York Times bestselling author P. C. Cast for the Cayman Islands launch of Burned, the latest book in her House of Night series.

John Archambault: Tuesday, 18 May at 6pm Join award-winning children’s author John Archambault for a special bedtime stories event. Kids, come in your pyjamas and enjoy milk and cookies while John reads from his most beloved books including Chicka Chicka Boom Boom and Barn Dance. The readings will be followed by a book signing.

Floetry: Wednesday, 19 May at 7pm Get into the flow with Floetry for another special night of words and wisdom, poetry and people. Join some of Cayman’s most talented poets and performers who share their work during an Open Mic night of poetry and readings. Share your own work or come listen to others. Floetry’s mix of poetry and music provides a unique opportunity for Cayman’s community of writers and readers to share their artistic and cultural experiences. It’s the perfect place to express yourself – or to be yourself.

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