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December 17th, 2014: Bermuda Events Update

Morning Troops!

This is a final reminder that next week’s post on Christmas Eve is the final post of 2014, so please make sure you have submitted everything for Christmas, NYE and beyond to http://nothingtodoinbermuda.com/submit-your-event.html so that I can let the rest of Bermuda know what is going on!

Can you believe Christmas Day is next week?!  Hope you’re all more organised than I am!  Here’s the latest news on what’s happening in Bermuda:


1216 Mommy Says Book Signing

Bermudian author Rosheena Beek will be signing copies of her book, Mommy Says!, at The BookMart in Brown & Co from Tuesday, December 16th to Thursday, December 18th.

This will be from noon until 2pm on each of the days. The following is a Facebook message from Janiece Montoya,Mental Health Counselor, working with delinquent mentally ill adolescents for the Third Way Center in Denver, CO. :

“Hey former school counseling classmates and teachers, Rosheena’s books are amazing on every level. I created a bibliotherapy school counseling lesson plan for “I Find it So Hard” and will gladly pass it along. Just inbox me your email if I don’t have it and I will send it ASAP. Rosheena is truly an amazing writer and your students will grow and learn from the experience.”

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December 10th, 2014: Bermuda Events Update

Morning Lovely People!


Well, you asked for all the news on Christmas and New Year’s Eve events in Bermuda – you’ll find quite a few to choose from below!  And don’t forget that this Friday, December 12th is National Ugly Christmas Sweater Day so be sure to dig out your cheesiest jumper and have some fun!

Finally, here is yet another reminder that there are only two more posts to go for 2014 so please submit your events as soon as possible to http://nothingtodoinbermuda.com/submit-your-event.html so that I can let the rest of Bermuda know what you have going on!


1210 Rumbar Rainbow Wednesdays

Come out, meet and greet, be yourself, and taste the rainbow as Victoria Grill and Rumbar Lounge presents Rumba°r Rainbow Wednesdays, a fun, LGBTQ-friendly, wider community-welcoming social event!

Rumba°r’s master bartender has crafted a series of martini-style cocktails and sangria in the colours of the rainbow. Fill out their special punch card by trying all of them and be entered in a draw to win a return flight to Toronto, ON, Canada for Pride Toronto in June 2015, courtesy of Island Restaurant Group.

The premiere event will be on December 10th, which happens to be UN International Human Rights Day, and will feature DJ Blazian Kidd. There will also be Happy Hour prices on the special Rainbow Martinis, glasses of Sangria, standard highballs and bottled beer every week.

This event is sponsored by Island Restaurant Group and Burrows Lightbourn Ltd., distributors of Bacardi and Barefoot wine and bubbly.

There is no cover charge.

For more information, contact info@rainbowbermuda.org or pbarnett@irg.bm.

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December 3rd, 2014: Bermuda Events Update

Hi Kids!


Just another little reminder for event organisers – we are now in the busiest time of year for the NTDIB calendar so please make sure you get all your events submitted to me at http://nothingtodoinbermuda.com/submit-your-event.html with as much notice as possible to allow the maximum number of people see what you have going on. The weekly deadline is by 6pm on Friday for inclusion on Wednesday’s post. Also, please don’t forget that the last post of the year will be on Wednesday, December 24th and the first of the New Year will be on Wednesday, January 7th, so please plan accordingly to make sure your event is promoted.


1203 Americas Cup

Well, we did it – the America’s Cup will be arriving in Bermuda today!  To celebrate this historic moment, there will be a day of celebrations.  The Cup will touch down at L.F. Wade at 2pm and will then travel in a Police-led motorcade from the airport to the Cabinet Office on Front Street. Along the route, the motorcade will drive by some local schools so that students can see the Cup as it passes by. Once at Cabinet Office, the Premier, The Hon. Michael Dunkley, JP MP, will host a special press conference to officially receive the America’s Cup.

Best of all, a special block party will be held on Front Street, which will be closed to traffic from 5.30pm. There will be a presentation ceremony at the Flagpole at 5.45pm, where the actual America’s Cup will be presented to Bermuda and accepted by the Premier, with the Bermuda Regiment Band and Gombeys. At 6.50pm there will be fire dancer performances and from 7.10pm, there will be live music by the local band Working Title. You can also expect a 3-cannon salute and a fireworks display before the event closes at 8pm.

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