February 15th, 2013

Hi Kids

Hope you all had a Happy Valentine’s Day!  Here is a quick roundup of some upcoming events in Bermuda before the weekend:



Promising that the truth will set you free or single, Cosmopolitan Nightclub is hosting Truth or Dare Affair: Valentine’s Gone Wild on Saturday, February 16th.  This event will feature guest model hosts Lili and Fantasia, Bermuda’s hottest gogo dancers, music courtesy of  DJ Chubb (Vibe 103), Rusty G (Vibe 103), Supatone (Cosmo/Cellar), and 2-for-1 Highballs until midnight, There will also be limited VIP Table Booking available.  Entry cost is $15 for Gentlemen, $10 for Spring Breakers and free for ladies before midnight.





Strawberries Dipped in Chocolate

Dunn Deal Ent & Black Lion Promotions are combining two of my favourite things at  the Prison Officers Rec Club on Saturday, February 16th. Strawberries Dipped in Chocolate: The Ultimate Ladies Night is for over-25s  and from 10pm, you can enjoy music by DJ Donnie, China & Bussy and Black Lion. The first 100 ladies to arrive will receive strawberries dipped in chocolate.  Entry is $10 for ladies before midnight ($20 afterwards) and $20 for gents.




White Horse X O

Some love-themed fun will be going on in St. George’s this weekend at X’s and O’s, A Valentine’s Party at the White Horse on Saturday, February 16th.  From 10pm until 3am, you can enjoy music by Flava NMR 2.0 and Lenky Global Movements.  Admission is $20 or $10 for ladies wearing red.







Bermuda Spring Break

The kickoff of Spring Break 2013 is happening this weekend!  The Bermuda Department of Tourism’s Spring Break Promotion is running from February 16th to 24th, March 2nd to 8th, March 9th to 15th and March 16th to 22nd.  All visiting students, as well as Bermuda College students, will receive a free Spring Break Pass, giving specials discounts and access to a variety of events, including a Spring Break cruise, pajama pub crawl, party bus tour, beer Olympics, glow party at Cosmopolitan, WKD night at The Cellar, ‘Dark n Stormy’ night at Cairo, beach bonfire and more. To obtain your Spring Break Pass, or for full details and the schedule of events, visit www.gotobermuda.com/springbreak2013/.



BNT Museum Chat

In recognition of Black History Month and the 150th anniversary of the US Civil War, the Bermuda National Trust and Lance Furbert are hosting a discussion on Joseph Rainey as part of their popular Museum Chats programme on Sunday, February 17th. A Bermuda resident during the American Civil War, Joseph Hayne Rainey was born a slave but rose to become the first black person to serve in the United States House of Representatives. You will also have the opportunity to meet Museums’ Manager, Peter Frith, as well as the team of dedicated volunteers who provide their time and talent to put on these informative and fun events.  This event will be in the Edith Clair Spencer Hall in St. Peter’s Church, St. George’s at 3pm, with tea served at 4pm. The cost is $20 for BNT members and $25 for non-members. Seating is limited but you can reserve your spot by contacting 236-6483 or palmetto@bnt.bm.

Bermuda Docs Weekend Film Series Feb

The February edition of the Bermuda Docs Weekend Film Series will be on Sunday, February 17th with the documentary Chasing Ice, showing at 3pm, followed by Barbara at 5.15pm. More details on the films can be found at www.BermudaDocs.com. Tickets are $15 and available at Oceans Gift Shop or by phoning 297-7314.





Thomas College

Thomas College invite you to a special information session at the Fairmont Hamilton Princess on Thursday, February 21st.  Current student Zeon Robinson, Thomas staff, alumni, family and prospective students will all be on hand as you learn about recent changes at Thomas and what the future holds.  The registration and social will be from 6pm until the evening programme begins at 6.30pm.  For more information contact Megan Scott at scottm@thomas.edu or, to RSVP, go to www.thomas.edu/bermuda.


Beat The Couch

Looking for some motivation to become more active?  Beat the Couch is a safe and realistic running programme for those who are new or nearly new to running, with the aim of getting you off the couch and 5K fit in 10 weeks. The programme starts on Wednesday, February 27th (registration deadline of February 25th) and promises to give you the motivation, support and professional know-how to get over the finish line from Nutritional Therapist, Catherine Burns and Personal Trainers Sergio White and Chuck Morgan.  The end goal is for you to complete the Sir Stanley Burgess 5K, hosted by Swan’s Running Club, on Sunday, May 12th at 9am.  To spice up this challenge a little more, you will be trying to beat local celebrity runners, Chris and Ashley Estwanik, as they push a couch-on-wheels around the route.  The programme costs $395 per person, which includes an introductory seminar, running basics and kit tips, nutrition seminar, optimize your diet to support your training, optional biometric tracking (weight, body fat, measurements) and before/after photos, up to three 45 minute group training sessions a week (30 sessions total), weekly motivational emails with recipes and tips, five biometric tracking and nutrition drop-in sessions (fortnightly), race day preparation seminar, 5K race t-shirt, 5K race entry fee and 10% discount at Sportseller on running shoes and clothing.  For more details go to www.natural.bm/sport/ or call Catherine on 505-4725.

Pitches and Kroks

Beau Rivage Restaurant are welcoming special guests from Harvard University in a unique performance on Monday, March 18th.  The evening will begin with a complimentary cocktail party in L’Eau Bar at 7pm, followed at 7.30pm by a special four course dinner, with the menu created especially for the occasion by Chef Jean –Claude Garzia.  Vocal a cappella groups the Radcliffe Pitches (all-female) and the Krokodiloes (all-male) will be providing the entertainment between each course, including a duet performance.  The cost of the dinner is $79 plus 17% gratuities.  For reservations, contact 232-8686 or info@beaurivagebda.com.


Hospitality Month Call For Entries

To recognise and celebrate the industry’s economic importance to Bermuda, April has been designated Hospitality Month.  Each week (Monday-Sunday), the Bermuda Hospitality Institute (BHI) will be promoting a different area of the Island through a Hospitality Trail guide, featuring eco & cultural activities, historical architecture, leisure activities, dining and accommodations.  April 1st and 7th will be spotlighting Central & City (City of Hamilton, Devonshire, Pembroke), April 8th to 14th will be East End (Hamilton Parish and East), April 15th to 21st will be Sound & Shore (all shorelines N/S/E/W, including bays, inlets, harbors, ponds) and April 22nd to 28th is the West End (Southampton-Dockyard).  If your organisation is in the hospitality industry, they are requesting that your organization offer a presentation or event of some type on the Monday during the week your area is spotlighted, as well as at least one other day of the week. This could be an open house, property tour, etc.  They are also looking for a special product/service/discount throughout the week to encourage use of your service.  Your activity/presentation/incentive should be geared to residents however, unless stated otherwise, anyone – residents and visitors alike, will be able to participate. All activities will be promoted in the newspaper and on radio, and included in Hospitality Month advertising through BHI.  If interested in getting involved, contact BHI to discuss your ideas by Friday, February 22nd.  An important part of Hospitality Month will be the BHI Moongate Awards, recognising organisations that demonstrate a commitment to setting and maintaining standards of excellence that enhance and strengthen Bermuda’s Hospitality industry. Entries are being accepted until March 15th. For more information, or to submit online, visit http://www.bhi.bm/website/?page_id=1752.


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If you have been in St. George’s recently, you have probably noticed the new flagship jewellery store which has opened up on Water Street.  Davidrose Jewlry create an exclusive line of jewellery from conflict-free diamonds, gemstones and precious metals, specializing in custom bridal and statement pieces. For more information, visit their website at www.davidrose.bm.






Quick Recap of Upcoming Bermuda Events

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Quenching Thirst Exhibit at Masterworks – until February 12th

Free Admission for Bermuda Residents to National Museum of Bermuda – until February 28th

The Garden of Love – until February 28th

Bermuda Department of Tourism: Love Month – until March 3rd

Winterlicious Menu at Island Restaurant Group – until March 14th

Eyes on the World Exhibit at Bermuda National Gallery – until May 11th

Women Artists in the Bermuda National Gallery Collection Exhibit – until May 11th

Impressions of Bermuda: The David L. White Gift to the Bermuda National Gallery – until May 11th

Meredith Andrews: Portraits of Power Exhibit at Bermuda National Gallery – until May 11th

Drawing with Light: Photography in Bermuda Exhibit at Masterworks – until September 1st

Bermuda Festival of the Performing Arts – January 18th to March 2nd

Bermuda’s 2nd Annual Restaurant Week – January 21st to February 16th

Makeup Makeovers at Daisy’s – February 13th to 15th

Warwick Academy Clothing Mart Public Sale – February 13th to 17th

Bermuda Musical & Dramatic Society Show: Bouncers – February 14th to 16th

Food & Drink Exhibition by William J. Gringley at Common Ground – February 14th to May 8th

11th Annual Coldwell Banker Home Show – February 15th and 16th

Light My Fire Valentine’s Party at Cosmopolitan Nightclub – February 15th

Island Narrative: Land & Sea Exhibit at Masterworks – February 15th to March 6th

Little Cupcake’s Baking and Decorating Class – February 16th

Melange Fundraising Movie Event for Children – February 16th

Beginner’s Yoga Course at the Yoga Centre – starts February 16th

Saturday’s Selections at Bermuda National Library: Skyfall – February 16th

Truth or Dare Affair: Valentine’s Gone Wild – February 16th

Strawberries Dipped in Chocolate: The Ultimate Ladies Night – February 16th

X’s and O’s, A Valentine’s Party – February 16th

Spring Break Bermuda – February 16th to 24th

2nd Annual Validus Re Running of the Bulls 5K – February 17th

Valentine’s Family Brunch at Fourways – February 17th

Bermuda National Trust Museum Chats: Discussion on Joseph Rainey – February 17th

Bermuda Docs Weekend Film Series: Chasing Ice and Barbara – February 17th

BermudaSalsaMagic Tuesday Teaser – February 19th

Bermuda Musical & Dramatic Society Show: Bouncers – February 21st to 23rd

Bermuda Military Rarities – Revisited:  Book Launch and Lecture  – February 21st

Schools To Know 8th Annual Summer Opportunities Fair – February 21st

Thomas College Information Session at the Fairmont Hamilton Princess – February 21st

Bermuda Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc and BermudaNightOut.com present Mint Condition – February 23rd

Little Cupcake’s Baking and Decorating Class – February 23rd

Annual Commemorative Service for Midshipman Dale – February 23rd

Black Out High School Neon Party at Pier 6 – February 23rd

Argus Walks the Walk – February 24th

Eliza Dolittle Society’s 7th Annual Soup-A-Bowl – February 25th

Día Del Amor: A Valentine’s Salsa Party – February 13th 27th

Beat the Couch – begins February 27th

Bermuda Latin Vibes Social: Love for Latin – February 28th

Yoga for the Five Elements Workshop with Todd Norian – March 1st to 3rd

Little Cupcake’s Baking and Decorating Class – March 2nd

Spring Break Bermuda – March 2nd to 8th

Keep It Up – March 7th to 9th

G&S Opera: Donizetti’s Maria Stuarda – March 9th

Little Cupcake’s Baking and Decorating Class – March 9th

Family Centre: Celebrate the Night – March 9th

Spring Break Bermuda – March 9th to 15th

7th Annual Lindo’s to Lindo’s Run and Walk – March 10th

Easter Workshop For Children at Petals – March 16th

Little Cupcake’s Baking and Decorating Class – March 16th

The Rotary Club of Sandys Bermuda 40th Anniversary Celebration – February March 16th

Keith Fitz-Gerald Book Signing at Brown and Co – February March 16th

Spring Break Bermuda – March 16th to 22nd

Dinner with the Radcliffe Pitches and the Krokodiloes at Beau Rivage – March 18th

G&S Opera: Verdi’s Rigoletto – March 23rd

Little Cupcake’s Baking and Decorating Class – March 23rd

Easter Designs For Your Home Workshop at Petals – March 25th

Little Cupcake’s Baking and Decorating Class – March 30th

Bermuda SPCA Camp Ruffin’ It – starts April 1st

BHI Hospitality Month (Central and City)- April 1st to 7th

BHI Hospitality Month (East End)- April 8th to 14th

Bermuda Musical & Dramatic Society: Calendar Girls – April 11th to 20th

BHI Hospitality Month (Sound & Shore)- April 15th to 21st

G&S Opera: Zandonai’s Francesca da Rimini – April 20th

BHI Hospitality Month (West End)- April 22nd to 28th

G&S Opera: Handel’s Giulio Cesare (Julius Caesar) – May 4th

Sir Stanley Burgess 5K – May 12th



Have a wonderful weekend!




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