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  • Game Time Family Fun Day

    Attention all tabletop game enthusiasts! You are invited to Game Time at the George Town Public Library on Saturday, 23 July at 10am.

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  • It's time to register for the 2022 SUMMER READING CHALLENGE!

    This year, the CIPLS has selected the exciting theme of INCREDIBLE AUTHORS, and everyone who completes the challenge will be eligible for an award and a prize. Sign up now at any library in Cayman and spread the word! This is one challenge you will WANT to accept!

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Emily (Teacher) Redley Powery Biography

A pioneer in early education, the late Emily Redley Powery, better known as "Teacher Redley" was a spiritual lady, inspired by a double mission: Service to God, and ensuring that children were educated and properly prepared for life.