November 6th, 2013
Morning Ladies and Gents!
Well, I think it’s safe to say that the rest of 2013 is NOT going to be dull with all the events that are coming up. There’s sure to be something for everyone in this latest round-up of things to do in Bermuda – the hard part is choosing:
Gillian Outerbridge is currently exhibiting Morning Walks, St. George’s, a collection of photographic images in Homer’s Café at Masterworks which opened on Friday, November 1st. The show will run until Tuesday, December 24th and artwork is available for purchase. For more information, contact 299-4000 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bermuda College are hosting a CISCO Academy Information Session on Wednesday, November 6th. This will be at 6pm in the Bermuda College Blue Room (H115), Hallett Hall and is an innovative education initiative providing IT skills for students locally and globally to improve career and economic opportunities. To RSVP, contact email@example.com.
The turkeys are getting ready for the Bermuda Gas Pre-Christmas Fun Promotion at the Bermuda Gas Showroom on Thursday, November 7th. From 5.30pm until 7.30pm, this event will feature food demonstrations with ideas to help you prepare for Christmas dinner and will include samplings, door prizes and giveaways. To RSVP, contact Cynthia Wright on 298-6141 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Another great opportunity to listen to entertaining presentations on a variety of topics, without worrying that any of the speakers will waffle on for too long, as the 5th edition of PechaKucha Night Bermuda will be on Thursday, November 7th. PechaKucha Nights were started in Japan and have a 20×20 presentation format where each speaker shows 20 images, each for 20 seconds. The images advance automatically and you talk along to the images. Since there is no pausing or going back, speakers have no choice but to keep to their allotted time. This will take place at Sandy’s Boat Club and speakers include Becky Wright, Vinny Caldas, Toby Butterfield, Ali Bardgett, Yesha Townsend, Mohammed Hamza, Melanie Fiander and Gavin Djata Smith. Following each presentation is a 3 minute 40 second Q&A session with the audience. Doors open at 6.30pm and presentations begin at 7pm. Admission is free and all are welcome. For more information, see their Facebook Page here.
Do you have a great tourism, technology or local business idea, but need help to get it started? As part of Global Entrepreneur Week from November 18th to 24th, BEDC has announced the 6th Annual Rocket Pitch Competition. This is a chance for entrepreneurs to win cash and startup services worth $5,000. Participants will have 5-7 minutes to present a Rocket Pitch about their business idea within three categories.
- PitchPINK is for ideas for a new tourism/hospitality product or service
- PitchTECH is for a new innovative technology idea or eBusiness
- PitchTOWN is for ideas for a new business with a local focus.
The Competition is open until 5pm on November 8th. More information is on www.BEDC.bm, where you can also download Pitch Kits.
Taste 141 invite you to a Rockin’ Friday Night with live music from Outta Bounds on Friday, November 8th. The band will be performing from 7pm until 10pm and there is no cover charge. For more information, or reservations, call 292-0777.
The Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute (BUEI) and the Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences (BIOS) invite you to the preview screening of an upcoming documentary on changing diets in coastal people by world-renowned researcher, Dr. Eric Dewailly, and one of Bermuda’s own leading scientists, anthropologist Dr. Phillippe Rouja, on Friday, November 8th. Eating Blubber vs Eating Chips: Learning from Native People’s Changing Diets will be shown in the Tradewinds Auditorium at BUEI on Friday, November 8th. Doors open at 6.30pm with Happy Hour prices on drinks at Harbourfront. The lecture itself will start at 7pm and Harbourfront are offering a 20% discount to anyone dining there before or after the event. Reservations are available from 6pm – please mention the lecture when booking to avail of the discount. Tickets are $20 for members, $25 for non-members and available by calling 294-0204 or visiting Oceans Gift Shop at BUEI.
Author and speaker Tim Roosenberg is visiting Bermuda to present a seminar on Islam and Christianity in Bible Prophecy on Friday, November 8th. This will be at 7.15pm at the Warwick Seventh-day Adventist Church and will examine the prophecy and history based on Daniel 11:2 to 12:3. In this prophecy, Daniel chronologically covers over 2,500 years of time from 535 BC to beyond the present day. It is understood that the subject matter is volatile, so they promise to be respectful to those from all backgrounds and ask that guests/participants respect others as well. Christians, Muslims and others have attended and appreciated this seminar. Admission is free and everyone is welcome. For more information, contact email@example.com.
The Northern Caribbean University Alumni Association will be hosting their Annual Church Service on Saturday, November 9th. Sabbath School will begin at 9.30am, followed by Divine Worship at 11am with guest speaker, Dr. Trevor Gardner, President of NCU.
The Barbados Association of Bermuda, a non-profit organization that contributes to worthy causes in Barbados and Bermuda, is celebrating Barbados’ Month of Independence throughout November. The first event is Food Comes First on Saturday, November 9th, We Gine Church Wid Pat on Sunday, November 10th, Kar-ya-own-key on Saturday, November 16th and the Panel Discussion and Health Fair on Saturday, November 23rd. This will culminate with the Award Ceremony, Dinner and Dance at the Royal Hamilton Amateur Dinghy Club at 8pm on Saturday, November 30th. This is in recognition of the 47th year of independence and will cost $75 per person. The Bajan Community and its Bermudian friends and family are invited to join each event over the month, where donations to the Eliza Dolittle Food Bank Drive will also be accepted. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Barbados Association of Bermuda will be celebrating Barbadian culture through food at their Food Comes First event on Saturday, November 9th. By order only, Cou cou and salt fish will be available for sale at a cost of $15 and pudding and souse at a cost of $10, $15 or $20. Orders can be collected between noon and 3pm from the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity. You are also asked to bring non-perishable goods to donate to the Eliza Dolittle Society. This event will honour Mrs. Carmeta Frazier, who coined the phrase “Food Comes First” (synonymous with Barbados’ Heritage in Agriculture and Food), as well as all of our housewives, food cart salesmen (in vans or on foot) and the restaurateurs in Barbados and Bermuda, who continue to promote culture through food. For more information, contact 595-1412 or email@example.com.
Due to popular demand at the Bermuda Docs will be hosting a 5th showing of The Life and Crimes of Doris Payne, a crowd-pleasing documentary about a glamorous and charismatic 82-year-old international jewel thief. Four previous screenings of this film have sold out and this 5th screening will be shown at 3pm on Saturday, November 9th in the Tradewinds Auditorium at BUEI. More details on the films can be found at www.BermudaDocs.com. Tickets are $15 and available at Oceans Gift Shop or by phoning 294-0204.
Some free, fiery and family-friendly entertainment is on offer on Saturday, November 9th as Rockfire Bermuda and Smokin Barrel have teamed up again to present Get Your Grill On. From 7pm until 10pm, you can dine alfresco on Smokin Barrels famous BBQ foods, including ribs, burgers, chicken, jerk delicacies and more, while Rockfire Bermuda heat up the sidewalk with fire shows, accompanied by Kevin Maybury and friends on percussion. This event is free but you can support your Bermudian buskers with gratuities, which will be gratefully accepted. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 534-0140, or visit www.rockfirebermuda.com.
Enjoy all the fun of World Rugby Classic while supporting a good cause by purchasing a ticket to the Bermuda Diabetes Association (BDA) Tent from 6pm on Saturday, November 9th. Food will be provided by Lemon Tree who will be preparing dishes from the 2014 BDA Calendar, which will also be on sale on the night. Bermuda Jam Factory will also be there, selling agave-based jams, which are used in the calendar recipes as well. Admission tickets are $150, which includes food, 2 drink tickets, giveaways, raffle prizes, entertainment by Mike Hind, and a donation to BDA. For more information, contact 297-8427.
Dig out your shoulder pads, fingerless gloves and leg warmers and join Swizzle Inn and the Canadian Rugby Team for their Annual Rugby Bash from 6pm until 2am on Sunday, November 10th. This year’s theme is Back to the 80s, so dress as your favourite TV or Movie Legend from the decade that style forgot. The Party Tent and two outside bars will be open, with live music and $10 BBQ grub available. There is no cover charge. For more information, contact 293-1854 or email@example.com.
The Bermuda Arts Council will be hosting its Annual Award Ceremony at the Earl Cameron Theatre in City Hall on Sunday, November 10th. The ceremony starts at 6.30pm and will acknowledge Bermuda’s Pillars of the Arts. This is event is free to the public. For tickets, contact the Department of Community and Cultural Affairs on 292-1681.
An abundance of local talent will be showcased as musicians come together to jam and support local legend Wendell “Shine” Hayward at a Benefit Concert on Monday, November 11th. This will be from 1pm at Somerset Cricket Field and performers will include Piece of the Rock Band, Hugh Murray, Joy Express Duo, Sonique Sanctuary, Musician Jam, Session, Shelton Bean & Friends, Darious Richardson, Stafan Furbert, Aaron Spencer, Keith Lee, Toni Robinson, Mallissa Furbert, Shawnette Somner, Stagger Lee, Sybil Barrington, Ms. Tiffany Fox, Church Praise Teams and many others. Tickets are $20 and are sold at the door. For more information, contact Carol Smith at 236-9318, Gina Davis at 704-5683 and Fudge at 292-5606.
Getting all dressed up for the holiday season can get expensive but luckily the Bermuda Red Cross have come to the rescue with an Evening Wear Sale on Saturday, November 16th. This will be at Red Cross HQ on Berry Hill Road and from 9am until 2pm, you can browse specially priced, gently used and new evening dresses, skirts, blouses, sacks, shoes, handbags, shawls, tuxedos and jewellery. If you have evening wear in good condition that you no longer have a need for, the main office are accepting donations of such items now.
The Restoration Fellowship will host its 13th Annual International Prophetic Encounter from Wednesday, November 13th until Sunday, November 17th. This year’s theme is Only Believe with speakers including Speakers will be Dr. Dominic Allotey, Dr. Judy Brown-Jones and Dr. Connie Williams. Conference sessions will be held each night at the Fairmont Southampton’s Mid-Ocean Amphitheatre. In addition, Jericho Hour Prayer will be on Saturday, November 16th at 7am, followed by Saturday Workshops from 10am until 1pm. Registration is free. For more information, call 537-1607 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Another opportunity to purchase unique items crafted by local artists, the Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art presents the 6th Annual One Stop Shopping event on Saturday November 16th. From 10am until 4pm, you can browse a selection of ceramics, jewellery, designer children’s ware, coiled baskets, handmade cards, local authors selling their books, and more. For more information, call the museum on 299-4000.
P.A.L.S. Cancer Care in Bermuda are holding their Annual Fair at St. Paul’s Christian Education Centre, Paget on Saturday, November 16th. From 10am until 5pm, you can enjoy their famous White and Gold elephant stalls, baked goods, books, handcrafts and plants, as well as fun for the youngsters with face painting, fun castles and more, with bingo at 3pm. For more details, contact email@example.com.
Now in its 8th year, the spoke-tacular Tokio Youth Mountain Bike Series will be back on Saturday, November 16th. This is a free seven race series and aims to introduce primary school aged children to cycling as a way to help promote physical fitness and healthy lifestyles. The emphasis of the event is on fun rather than being a competitive race as Tokio wants to help foster a love for cycling. Children can ride mountain or BMX bikes, but they must bring their own helmet and sports shoes, and have their parent/guardian sign a waiver. At the end of the seven-race series one child’s name will be drawn as the grand prize winner to take home a bike from Bicycle Works. The fun series schedule is geared up for the following dates: Saturday, November 23rd and 30th, and January 4th, 11th, 18th (skills demo on this date) and 25th. All will be at 4pm at The Arboretum. New for this year is an adventure course for advanced riders. Entry forms are available at www.TokioMillennium.com, www.BermudaBicycle.org or Bicycle Works.
The November edition of the Bermuda Docs Weekend Film Series will be at the Tradewinds Auditorium at BUEI on Sunday, November 17th. The 3pm screening will be Herman’s House, an award winning documentary about the collaboration between prison inmate Herman Wallace and New York artist Jackie Sumell. This will be followed by Desert Runners at 5.15pm. This documentary film is about four amateur athletes who compete in the Four Deserts Ultra Marathon Series – four, 250-kilometre races over some of the world’s roughest terrain. More details on the films can be found at www.BermudaDocs.com. Tickets are $15 and available at Oceans Gift Shop or by phoning 294-0204.
Sunday, November 17th is not only World Diabetes Day but there is also a full moon. To mark both occasions, the Bermuda Diabetes Association have organised a Moon Walk that evening between 6pm and 9pm, followed by a reception with food, drinks, and music. This is a 2km walk to raise awareness and funds for Diabetes and will start and finish at City Hall. Participants will walk wearing glow in the dark t-shirts and accessories. The entry fee is $35 donation, which can be paid on www.pTix.bm. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
TLC Ministry presents Kidz Extravaganza on Saturday, November 16th and Sunday, November 17th at First Church of God on 75 Sound View Road, Sandys. The first event will be Kidz On The Katwalk at 6pm on the Saturday. This is a fashion show and entertainment with refreshments on sale. Tickets are $15 for adults, $10 for children, and are available from the church administration office or from members. The second part of the event will be the Kidz Service on the Sunday at 4.30pm, which will include dancers, sign language and instrumentals. For more information, contact email@example.com or 234-0973.
Sandra Taylor Rouja will be signing copies of her new book, I Sing of the Sea… Canto do Mar, on Tuesday, November 19th. This will be at the Bermuda College Library at 6pm, with readings in English and Portuguese. If you’re buying the signed book as a gift, envelopes will be supplied so that you can make the Christmas mailing deadlines for the UK and North America. For more information, contact Sandra Rouja at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Berkeley Institute Library invites you to come and support your favourite school’s songbirds at their fundraising Primary School Choir Competition for the Eastern and Western Zone Primary Schools on Friday, November 22nd and Saturday, November 23rd at the Berkeley Institute Cafetorium. Currently there is a total of thirteen schools participating. Eastern schools competing on the Friday are East End Primary, Francis Patton, Elliott Primary, Prospect Primary, Northlands Primary and Saltus Grammar, while Western schools competing on the Saturday are Mount Saint Agnes, West Pembroke, Gilbert Institute, Heron Bay, Dalton E. Tucker, West End Primary and Somerset Primary. Showtime is at 7pm sharp each night and there are cash prizes for winning schools. Admission is $15 with refreshments on sale.
The Project 100 invite you to escape on a magic carpet ride to their Arabian Nights Charity Gala Ball at the Fairmont Southampton on Saturday, November 23rd. The evening will begin with cocktails at 7pm, followed by a three course dinner at 8pm, with live music, courtesy of the David Skinner Band. Tickets cost $250 and are available from www.BDAtix.bm. All funds raised are for the sole use of eliminating and reducing the needs of the mentally disabled in Bermuda. For more information, contact JFWhite2407@outlook.com or Karen at 295-0290.
Whether you’re a displaced American, or just really enjoy a turkey dinner, you’ll have plenty of options to celebrate Thanksgiving at the Fairmont Southampton on Thursday, November 28th. Firstly, there will be a Thanksgiving Football Game Screening in Jasmine Lounge from 1.30pm until midnight. The games will be shown on their LCD flat-screen TVs with a creative line-up of food and beverage specials on offer. Reservations are not required.
Or, celebrate Thanksgiving with a traditional Thanksgiving Buffet Dinner at Windows on the Sound from 5.30pm until 10pm. The cost is $57 per person, plus 17% gratuities, and reservations are required. Additional dining options will be available at Waterlot Inn and The Newport, a Gastropub, who will both be offering Thanksgiving specials between 6pm and 10pm. Reservations are required for The Waterlot Inn. For more details, or to make a reservation, call 238-8000.
An opportunity to get some unique Christmas gifts as the Garden Club of Bermuda present their Plant, Bake & Craft Sale on Saturday, November 30th. This will take place in the Horticultural Hall in the Botanical Gardens from 9am until 12.30pm and will feature a variety of plants, Christmas crafts and the ever-popular bake sale. For more information, visit www.GardenClubBermuda.org.
A great excuse to get dressed up and one of my favourite parties of the year – The Caledonian Society of Bermuda’s St. Andrew’s Ball will be at the Fairmont Hamilton Princess on Saturday, November 30th. You do NOT need to be Scottish to attend – you just have to enjoy good food, good company, drinking, dancing or any combination of those. The event kicks off with a cocktail reception (cash bar) from 6.30pm until 7.30pm, before seating guests at 8pm for a four-course dinner with wine, served after the Grand March and MC’s welcome. Dinner will be followed by the ceilidh portion of the evening (Scottish dancing, pronounced kay-lay), with live music from the Bermuda Islands Pipe Band, and then you can dance the night away until 2am with DJ King Arthur. To teach you the dance moves, there will be a free practice run at the Mariners Club on Richmond Road **UPDATE: due to unforeseen circumstances, this will now be at the Police Recreation Club at Prospect**, on the Wednesday before the Ball (November 27th from 7pm until 9.30pm). Dress code is black tie and tickets are $160 each, including everything but additional drinks. To purchase tickets for individuals, couples or whole tables (10 to 12 people), contact Ian Hind at iHind@cityhall.bm. For more details, see www.CaledonianSocietyofBermuda.com.
The Fairmont Southampton are hosting a special Thanksgiving Brunch with a view at Windows on the Sound on Sunday, December 1st. This will run from 10.30am until 4pm and, in addition to the Thanksgiving specials, there will also be the usual breakfast favourites, traditional Bermuda dishes, hot and cold dishes, a carving station, and a decadent display of dessert options. The cost is $44 per person, plus 17% gratuities. For more information, or to make a reservation, call 238-8000.
The last chance to celebrate the 60th Anniversary of the Bermuda Society of Arts (BSoA) at City Hall will be at their Holiday Decadence Wine Tasting event on Thursday, December 5th. Doors open at 5.30pm with the tasting to start at 6pm sharp. Michael Robinson from Burrows Lightbourn will present a selection of wine, champagne and port in his own inimitable style and local chocolatiers will be complementing the bubbles with their own handmade creations, with cheese pairings supplied courtesy of The Supermart, from their Gourmet Cheese Collection. Tickets are $70 for members, $75 for non-members, and $600 for a table of 10. To reserve your spot, contact 292-3824 or email@example.com or buy online at www.BDAtix.bm.
Guest artist Elliott Wilson, will soon be exhibiting his series of paintings in his Artist in Residence Exhibit at Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art. Elliott Wilson is a commodity trader and mining investment expert by day, and a former professional cricketer, Elliott is unlike any previous Artist In Residence that Masterworks has hosted. Elliott tends to work in series of paintings and has done collections of abstract oil landscapes, pop art, representative sketching, drip paintings and collage. His works will be showcased and available for purchase in the Rick Faries Gallery with the official opening on Friday, December 13th from 5.30pm until 7pm. Complimentary wine and cheese will be available and donations are gratefully accepted. The exhibit will run until December 24th. For more information, Vincent O’Reilly at the museum on 299-4000, or visit www.bermudamasterworks.com.
Bermuda National Gallery are celebrating student members in the arts at the Young Members Party Masquerade Winter Ball on Friday, December 13th. The Ball will be held at the Bermuda National Gallery on the 2nd floor of City Hall & Arts Centre from 5.30pm until 7pm. This event is free for BNG Student Members and Students under BNG Family Membership, or $10 for Non-Student Members. Kids are encouraged to design and create their own masks and to help, there is also a free upcoming Mask Making Workshop. This will be on Saturday, November 16th at 1pm and limited spaces are left. To RSVP to either event, contact Dany Pen at firstname.lastname@example.org or 295-9428.
If you’d like a proper Christmas party but either don’t want to deal with the hassle of organising, or are only a small office, the Fairmont Southampton might have the solution. Their Snowball Party on Saturday, December 14th allows lots of different groups to celebrate together at one big bash in Windows on the Sound. From 7pm until midnight, you group will have its own reserved section with festive decorations, entertainment, dinner buffet and a cash bar. The cost is $79 per person, plus 17% grats. To make a reservation, contact Rochelle Quinn at 239-6908.
The Bermuda Yoga Festival 2014, the first of its kind for Bermuda, is a 4-day yoga and chant festival that brings together a community of people drawn to follow the path of spirit and the heart and will run from Thursday, April 3rd until Sunday, April 6th at the Fairmont Southampton. This event will feature 11 internationally-renowned yoga teachers and kirtan artists and the full festival pass includes your choice of 42 master yoga classes and wisdom talks, under-the-stars kirtan, meditation, qigong, ecstatic dance, and more. Single day, two day and half day passes are also available. An Earlybird Special is in effect until December 1st, with festival passes available for $395, a saving of $100. The first 108 people to purchase will also be in with a chance to win a full refund on your pass. Anyone who books their room at the Fairmont Southampton by November 30th will also be in with a chance to win up to 4 free nights accommodation. Tickets are available from www.pTix.bm. For more information, visit www.bermudayogafestival.com.
Now for a few special offers! The Spa at Elbow Beach are helping everyone support MOvember, even those who can’t grow moustaches. 10% will be donated from each special MOvember treatment, an 80 minute facial and massage combo, booked during the month of November. The cost is $175, plus 17% gratuity. For reservations, contact 239-8900 or email@example.com.
La Serena Express Spa at A.S. Cooper is currently offering 15% off all bikini waxing services. For reservations, contact 239-0184 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Willow Stream at the Fairmont Southampton also have a few offers running for the month of November. You can try their one or both of their Spa Treatments of the Month, a new Brightening Luminescence Facial or the Gentle Body Polish for $199 and $179, respectively, plus grats. Locals get some special love this month too – simply take your local ID for $50 off any 60 minute or longer treatment. This can only be used once per person and can’t be combined with any other offers. For more information, or to make a reservation, contact 239-6924.
Attending any holiday parties at the Fairmont Southampton? Why not turn it into a staycation? The Take the Elevator Home rates for December and January are $149 for the Fairmont Room, $179 for the Deluxe Harbour Room and $209 for the Deluxe Ocean Room. For reservations, call 238-8000 ext. 6065 and mention your company’s name to receive the special rate.
Want to have Christmas dinner in the comfort of your own home but don’t want to go to the hassle of cooking? The Fairmont Southampton are once again offering their Turkeys To Go service where you can order and customise your full dinner with all the trimmings. All orders are due by December 20th and they can either be picked up on the 25th or 26th of December between 10am and 6pm, or they can be delivered to you for an additional charge. The completed order form can be sent by fax to 441-239-6974 or by email to Tamera.Olden@fairmont.com. For more information, contact Tamera Olden at 239-6637.
Quick Recap of Upcoming Bermuda Events
Discover Your Passions Workshop – November 6th
**NEW CISCO Academy Information Session – November 6th
The United Holy Church Annual Convocation – November 6th to 10th
Senior Students Computer & Technology Quiz – November 7th
Energy 4 Life Wellness Training Programme – starts November 7th
**NEW PechaKucha Night Vol #5 – November 7th
**NEW 6th Annual Rocket Pitch Competition Deadline – November 8th
**NEW Rockin’ Friday Night with Outta Bounds Live – November 8th
**NEW Eating Blubber vs Eating Chips: Preview Screening – November 8th
**NEW Islam & Christianity in Bible Prophecy – November 8th
Masterworks Young Friends Dinner – November 9th **POSTPONED**
Kids Music Fest – November 9th
La Leche League Monthly Series Meeting – November 9th
St. Paul’s Guild Plant and Bake Sale with Car Wash – November 9th
**NEW Northern Caribbean University Alumni Association: Annual Church Service – November 9th
**NEW Barbados Association of Bermuda: Food Comes First – November 9th
**NEW Bermuda Docs Weekend Film Series: The Life and Crimes of Doris Payne – November 9th
**NEW Bermuda Diabetes Association Tent at World Rugby Classic – November 9th
**NEW Rockfire Bermuda presents Get Your Grill On – November 9th
World Rugby Classic Week – November 9th to 16th
Poetry Reading by Ronald Lightbourne – November 10th
A Remembrance Day Winter White Party – November 10th
**NEW Swizzle Inn’s Annual Rugby Bash: Back to the 80s – November 10th
**NEW Bermuda Arts Council Annual Award Ceremony – November 10th
L’Alliance Française des Bermudes Ciné Club: Populaire – November 12th
**NEW Restoration Fellowship: 13th Annual International Prophetic Encounter – November 13th to 17th
Bermuda Fashion Collective Show – November 14th
Historical Heartbeats Lecture Series: Film Night – November 14th
BRFU Rugby Booze Cruise – November 15th
BASE Gaming For Change – November 15th
Learning and Inclusive Education: From Disability to Possibility – November 15th
The West Market – November 16th
T.N. Tatem Middle School Community Fun Fair – November 16th
The City Market – restarts November 16th
Learning and Inclusive Education Workshop – November 16th
**NEW Bermuda Red Cross Evening Wear Sale – November 16th
**NEW One Stop Shopping – November 16th
**NEW P.A.L.S. 33rd Annual Fair – November 16th
**NEW Bermuda National Gallery: Mask Making Workshop – November 16th
**NEW Tokio Millennium Re Youth Mountain Bike Series – November 16th
**NEW TLC Ministry presents Kidz Extravaganza – November 16th and 17th
Allen Carr’s Easyway to Stop Smoking – November 17th
**NEW Bermuda Docs Weekend Film Series: Herman’s House and Desert Runners – November 17th
**NEW Moon Walk for Diabetes – November 17th
**NEW Book Signing by Sandra Taylor Rouja – November 19th
Bermuda National Gallery Student Art Competition Deadline – November 21st
Sandys 360 Fall Movie Night Series – November 22nd
MAMA Annual Fundraiser and Christmas Wine Tasting – November 22nd
**NEW Primary School Choir Competition – November 22nd and 23rd
Bermuda Nights – November 23rd **CANCELLED**
First Annual Cornerstone Golf Challenge – November 23rd
**NEW Tokio Millennium Re Youth Mountain Bike Series – November 23rd
**NEW Arabian Nights Gala Charity Ball – November 23rd
Fancy Nancy Tea Soiree – November 24th
In Motion Nutcracker’s Tea Party – November 24th
Thanksgiving Buffet at Grotto Bay – November 28th
**NEW Thanksgiving at the Fairmont Southampton – November 28th
CashforNash Mission Fundraiser – November 29th
Sandys 360 White Elephant Sale – November 30th
**NEW The Garden Club of Bermuda Plant, Bake & Craft Sale – November 30th
**NEW Tokio Millennium Re Youth Mountain Bike Series – November 30th
**NEW The Caledonian Society of Bermuda’s St. Andrew’s Ball – November 30th
**NEW Barbados Assocation of Bermuda: Award Ceremony, Dinner and Dance – November 30th
**NEW Thanksgiving Sunday Brunch at Windows on the Sound – December 1st
**NEW Holiday Decadence Wine Tasting at BSoA – December 5th
Bermuda Musical and Dramatic Society Pantomime: Sleeping Beauty – December 5th to 14th
Bermuda National Trust Christmas Walkabout in St. George’s – December 6th
Bermuda Christmas Boat Parade – December 7th
Sandys 360 Fall Movie Night Series – December 13th
**NEW Bermuda National Gallery: Young Members Party Masquerade Winter Ball – December 13th
In Motion School of Dance: The Nutcracker Holiday Spectacular – December 13th and 14th
Kwanzaa Storytime & Craft – December 14th
Christmas Eve Menu at Grotto Bay – December 24th
Christmas Champagne Brunch at Grotto Bay – December 25th
Boxing Day Menu at Grotto Bay – December 26th
New Year’s Eve Dinner and Dancing at Grotto Bay – December 31st
**NEW Tokio Millennium Re Youth Mountain Bike Series – January 4th
Just For Laughs: Double Bill – January 8th
8th Annual Just For Laughs – January 9th to 11th
Metropolitan Opera in HD: Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin – January 11th
**NEW Tokio Millennium Re Youth Mountain Bike Series – January 11th
**NEW Tokio Millennium Re Youth Mountain Bike Series – January 18th
**NEW Tokio Millennium Re Youth Mountain Bike Series – January 25th
Metropolitan Opera in HD: Shostakovich’s The Nose – February 1st
Metropolitan Opera in HD: Puccini’s Tosca – February 22nd
Metropolitan Opera in HD: Verdi’s Falstaff – March 15th
Metropolitan Opera in HD: Dvorák’s Rusalka – March 29th
**NEW Bermuda Yoga Festival – April 3rd to 6th
Metropolitan Opera in HD: Borodin’s Prince Igor – April 26th
BNG East: Contemporary Conversation by James Cooper – June 15th to November 23rd
Current Exhibits at Bermuda National Gallery – September 13th to November 23rd
Charlotte Anna Lefroy Botanicals from the Bermuda National Trust Collection
Meredith Andrews: Fathers
Eyes on the World Extension (new work)
Current Exhibits at Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art
Homer’s Cafe Display: Morning Walks, St. George’s by Gillian Outerbridge – November 1st to December 24th
6th Annual Charman Prize at Masterworks – October 11th to January 1st
Ground Control Exhibit at Masterworks – October 11th to November 20th
Artist in Residence Exhibit: Elliott Wilson – December 13th to 24th
Oil, Water and Wood at Bermuda Arts Centre – October 20th to November 15th
Current Exhibits at Bermuda Society of Arts – November 1st to 19th
Edinburgh Gallery: Kok Wan Lee and Chikako
Onions Gallery and Studios A, B and C/D: TechArt 2013
Enjoy the rest of the week!