July 25th, 2012

Morning Peeps!

 

Well, we seem to have made it through a good chunk of the week without anyone being struck by lightning, which is always good!  Let’s hope any more crazy weather thinking about coming our way gets it over with before next week – soggy Cup Matches are just not so much fun (although they are still fun, just not so much as sunny Cup Matches)!  Here is the latest roundup of things to do in Bermuda:

 

As most of you will be aware by now, Mary Prince, the Bermudian slave whose autobiography galvanised the anti-slavery movement and was the first account of the life of a black woman to be published in the U.K., is being honoured as the 2012 Bermuda National Hero.  In recognition of this, Bermuda National Library presents Why Mary Prince Matters, a discussion of her life and story led by Dr. Kim Dismont Robinson. This will be from 6pm until 8pm tonight.  For more information, or to RSVP, contact 295-2905 or library@gov.bm – here’s the flyer!

 

 

A great excuse to dig out those flares as Shine’s House of Music & Entertainment is running a 70s Disco Theatre Production every Monday and Thursday at 7.30pm until November 1st. Death by Disco is a family-friendly (PG-13) show with an all-star Bermudian cast featuring Nadanja & Nishanthi Bailey, Jah Simmons, Deborah Joell, Raymond Johnson, DeAzha Chambers and Shine Hayward. Tickets are $75, which includes a four-course dinner plus a complimentary Swizzle, and are on sale at www.bdatix.com, All Wrapped Up and Fabulous Fashions.  For more details, contact 293-9092 or shineshouseofmusic@gmail.com – here’s the flyer!

 

Margarita’s Grill (formerly Ferrari Bar at LV’s) are hosting a Charity Happy Hour in support of the Adult Education School this coming Friday, July 27th. From 5pm until 8pm, you can enjoy drinks at Happy Hour Prices, complimentary nibbles and a raffle draw with tickets available for purchase at a cost of $3 for one or $10 for 4 – here’s the flyer!

 

 

 

The Adult Services Film Selection at Bermuda National Library this week is Babette’s Feast with showtimes at 11am and 2pm on Saturday, July 28th. All are welcome but they suggest you get there early since spaces are limited – here’s the flyer!

 

 

 

 

 

 

In honour of Bermuda’s emancipation, the Department of Community and Cultural Affairs presents The Trail of Our People: Social Dynamics of Self-Reliance.  This ceremony honouring community heroes will be held on Tuesday, July 31st at 7pm at Sandys Secondary Middle School Amphitheatre and will feature dance performances choreographed by Eric Bean and solos by Madree Musson and Toni Robinson. This event is free to the public and you are invited to bring a cushion for more comfortable seating. For more information, contact 292-1681 or visit their website at www.communityandculture.bm – here’s the flyer!

 

A whopping 25 prizes are waiting to be reeled in as Bermuda Anglers Club presents their Annual Junior Fishing Tournament on Sunday, August 19th.  This is a rain or shine event open to boys and girls aged 16 or under.  The fishing starts at 8.30am and you can choose whether you want to fish on shore or by boat, using rod and reel or handline.  The weigh-in is between 3pm and 5pm with the prize presentation at the Royal Hamilton Dinghy Club on Saturday, August 25th at 10am.  The deadline for entry forms is 3pm on Saturday, August 11th and the forms are available from Flybridge Tackle, Daisy & Mac, Bermuda Linens & Gifts in St. George’s or from their website at www.bermudaanglersclub.com – here’s the flyer!

 

In celebration of its 40th anniversary, Bermuda Civic Ballet invite you to join them under the stars at Fort Hamilton to enjoy their interpretation of Romeo and Juliet, choreographed by Svebor Secak, principal dancer of the Croatian National Theatre and artistic leader of Ballet Troupe Croatia. This production will run from Wednesday, August 22nd until Saturday, August 25th and features principals and soloists from the Croatian National Theatre, local actors and fire spinners, performers from the Bermuda Fencing Federation, local dancers and students from the Bermuda Civic Ballet Summer School.  Showtime is at 8.30pm each evening and tickets are $45 for adults, $35 for seniors and $15 for students aged 16 and under. If you want to make a night of it, there is also a special 3 course dinner on offer at Taste One-Four-One at 141 Front Street at 6pm and includes train transportation to Fort Hamilton. The cost is $150 for both the dinner and performance and all tickets are available from www.ptix.bm.   For more information, contact Alexia Cooper on 232-0959 or breconridge@northrock.bm  – here’s the flyer!

 

 

Quick Recap of Upcoming Bermuda Events

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Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary Bermuda Art – June 15th to November 24th

Sandys 360 Summer Academy & Camp – June 28th to August 31st

Death by Disco – June 28th to November 1st

Sandys 360 Aquatics Camp – July 2nd to August 31st

It’s a Doll’s World – July 22nd to August 4th

Why Mary Prince Matters – July 25th

KPMG 2012 K-Nect Student Networking Event – July 26th

Community Family Movie Nights: Joseph – July 27th

Devonshire Parish Council Scavenger Hunt – July 27th

Margarita’s Grill Charity Happy Hour – July 27th

Adult Services Film Selection at Bermuda National Library: Babette’s Feast – July 28th

The Trail of Our People: Social Dynamics of Self-Reliance – July 31st

BRFC Island Pirate Party – August 1st

Collie Buddz and New Kingston Band Live in Barrs Bay Park – August 1st

UberVida Wet T Water Balloon Fete – August 1st

Newstead Cup Match Eve Happy Hour – August 1st

Bermuda Department of Tourism’s Cup Match Summer Splash – August 2nd to 5th

6th Annual Soca vs Reggae Cup Match After-Party – August 3rd

UberVida Dusk til Dawn Rave – August 3rd

UberVida Dive Snorkel Suntan – August 4th

Summer Sundays in the Park: Lift Your Voices – August 5th

Correia Construction National Championship Motocross – August 5th

UberVida Non-Mariners – August 5th

Mambo Nights – August 11th

Moonlight Movie Series at Shelly Bay Park: Big Miracle – August 11th

Correia Construction National Championship Motocross – August 19th

Bermuda Anglers Club Annual Junior Fishing Tournament – August 19th

JB Youth Soccer Camp – August 20th to 31st

Bermuda Civic Ballet’s Romeo and Juliet – August 22nd to 25th

Community Family Movie Nights: Courageous – August 24th

Riddell’s Bay Golf & Country Club Movie Night on the Green – August 31st

Summer Sundays in the Park: Island Vibes – September 2nd

Correia Construction National Championship Motocross – September 2nd

The Family Centre’s Beach Bash – September 14th

Correia Construction National Championship Motocross – September 16th

Bermuda Summer of Love: John Lennon Tribute (Concert, Book Launch and Double CD Release) – September 21st

Correia Construction National Championship Motocross – September 30th

Correia Construction National Championship Motocross – October 14th

Mount Saint Agnes Academy (MSA) Bazaar: Nursery Rhymes – October 19th and 20th

Bermuda Kennel Club’s 2012 Bermuda Dog Shows – October 20th to 21st

Correia Construction National Championship Motocross – October 28th

 

Enjoy the rest of the week!

 

C

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