From 12.30pm until 1.30pm in the Bermuda History and Cultural Studies Room, Folklife Officer, Dr. Kim Dismont Robinson, and Local Studies Librarian, Ellen Jane Hollis for a free lunchtime discussion on writing, how to get ready for publication, and what type of marketing can be done locally.
The event is free. Registration is not required, but is recommended as space is limited.
For more information, contact Ellen Hollis at email@example.com or at 299-0028.
Yup, it’s already that time of the week again! Here is your Wednesday update on what’s coming up in Bermuda.
Bermuda National Athletics Association presents, in conjunction with Bermuda Tourism Authority and the Department of Youth Sport and Recreation, an event that will be the first of its kind in Bermuda, the Bermuda Invitational Permit Track Meeton Friday, April 22nd.
From 6.30pm until 8.30pm, professional athletes from around the world, who have competed in the Olympics and World Championships will compete in Bermuda for one night only. These athletes will run the fastest times the track at National Sports Centre has ever seen.
In addition to the amazing track and field competition, there will be a happy hour available and VIP section that offers food and a meet and greet with the athletes.
The cost is $52 for VIPs, $27 for reserved seating, and $12 for uncovered seating. Tickets are available at www.bnaa.bm and
Pulp and Circumstance.