September 16th, 2010
- First up, due to stupid Hurricane Igor, the Weekend Film Series which was supposed to begin this Sunday has now been postponed until next Sunday, September 26th.
- The Family Centre Bermuda is holding a fund-raising beach concert/party at the Fairmont Southampton Ocean Club beach next weekend! The Family Centre’s Beach Bash will include a drinks reception, dinner and wine in a bonfire setting. A cash bar will also be available. A whole host of local musicians will be performing at the event, including Ed Christopher, Joy Barnum, Tony Bari, Tony Brennan, Andrew Chamberlaine, Tony Cox, Cleve Astwood, Bones Band and The Kennel Boys, Preston Swan, Dennis Moniz, Lamont Robinson, Ronnie Lopes and The Secrets, Derek Dyer, Sia Spence, Bermuda School of Music and Mia Chambray. If you’re not familiar with the work that they do, the Family Centre is an internationally accredited Bermuda charity that helps hundreds of children each year with family problems, such as abuse, neglect, and other emotional challenges. The centre also reaches hundreds of other people through school-based services, community outreach projects and a teacher training program. For more details, please see http://www.tfc.bm. This event will be on Friday, September 24th from 7pm until midnight. Tickets are $200 per ticket or $2000 for table of ten and are available on www.bdatix.com.
- Rejouissance, presented by Bermuda Philharmonic Society, is a collection of works for winds and percussion, conducted by BPS President Kent Hayward. This will feature a range of works, from Rimsky-Korsakov’s Flight of the Bumblebee to Love by the Beatles, and will take place on Saturday, September 25th at 8pm at Warwick Academy PPMH. Tickets are available on www.bdatix.com and cost $50 for patrons, $35 for adults and $15 for students and seniors. Here’s the flyer.
- Teachers Rugby Football Club are presenting Band Jam at Docksiders back bar on Saturday, October 2nd from 9pm. The CrAzy Wednesdays and Mohawk Radio will be playing, with appearances by Will Black and Penty. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased from any TRFC member (contact firstname.lastname@example.org) or at Docksiders. Part proceeds go to Jimmy Tatem – here’s the flyer.
- Need a little more drama and glamour in your life? Look no further than Sybil’s Dynamic Female Impersonators 8th Annual International Diva Fest presented by Blow Pop Productions. Queen of Bermuda Sybil Barrington (sometimes known as Mark Anderson) will also be featuring celebrity recording artist Melba Moore in the show! This will be on Saturday, October 23rd at City Hall Theatre and is for over 18s only. There will be two shows at 6pm and 10pm – tickets are $65 and available from www.bdatix.com. There will also be a pre-show party on Thursday, October 21st at 9pm at Rumbar and you MUST bring your show ticket(s) with you to attend. Here’s the fabulous flyer!
- The Dream Dare Dance 2nd Annual Conference for Women, presented by Bermuda Dream Club, will be happening on Saturday, October 30th at The Berkeley Institute from 10am until 3pm (doors open at 9 am for registration and networking). This event will feature motivational speakers, entertainment, networking and refreshments and all proceeds are donated to PALS. Tickets are $50 and available from www.bdatix.com.
- The Hilarious Comedy of Hypnotist Fernandez, billed as America’s top comedy hypnotist, is appearing for two nights at City Hall Theatre on Friday, November 12th and Saturday, November 13th. This event is presented by Bermuda Magic & The Specialized Youth Arts Charity and is rated mature with a minimum age of 16. The show starts at 8pm and features the Fashions of the Metropolitan Models, however there is also a preshow from 6.30pm with frozen drinks at the cash bar and DJ I Pod. Tickets are $55 and available from www.bdatix.com. Here’s the flyer!
- Spicelands will be holding a Ladies Coffee Ride and Social Group on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 9.30am until 11.30am. This is a weekly event and the cost is $150 per person. Here’s the flyer.
Evening Magical Wand-Making Workshop – September 16th
Ghost Hunt and Moon Spell Evening – September 18th
The Global Mala Yoga Beach Party – September 18th
2 Day Psychic Retreat – September 18th-19th
Four Seasons City Family Festival – September 19th
The Family Centre’s Beach Bash – September 24th
Mariners RFC School Disco Rugby Season Kick-Off Party – September 25th
Sunshine League Moonwalk – September 25th
My Sereni-Tea Tea-Tasting and Tarot Evening – September 25th
Ghost Hunt and Moon Spell Evening – September 25th
Rejouissance – September 25th
2 Day Psychic Retreat – September 25th-26th
Weekend Film Series – September 26th
Bermuda Hockey Federation Wine-Tasting Series – September 30th
Bermuda Music Festival 2010– September 30th to October 2nd
The Alchemy of Love – October 2nd
Bermuda Police Service Gymkhana – October 2nd
TRFC Band Jam – October 2nd
G&S The Best Little Wh*rehouse in Texas – October 6th-16th
27th PGA Grand Slam of Golf – October 18th to 20th
Pre-show Party for Sybil’s Dynamic International Female Impersonators – October 21st
Bermuda Docs – October 22nd to 24th
Sybil’s Dynamic International Female Impersonators – October 23rd
Melange Fundraising Cocktail Evening – October 23rd
Dream Dare Dance 2nd Annual Conference for Women – October 30th
World Rugby Classic Week – November 5th to 12th
The Hilarious Comedy of Hypnotist Fernandez – November 12th to 13th
SheROX Bermuda Triathalon – November 14th
Weekend Film Series – November 21st
Bermuda Hockey Federation Wine-Tasting Series – December 2nd
TRFC Fight Night XII: Festive Fists – December 4th
Weekend Film Series – January 16th
Weekend Film Series – February 20th
Wow, this article wasn’t nearly as interesting as the headline made it sound – disappointed:
Have a good weekend people and stay safe if this hurricane hits!