February 12th, 2014
Hold on to your hats – this is a monster edition! If you haven’t made arrangements for Valentine’s Day, I think it’s safe to say that I’ve got you covered – here’s the latest rundown of Bermuda events, especially those with a love theme. And don’t forget, if you happen to find yourself with unwanted chocolate after Valentine’s Day, feel free to mail it to Claire, c/o NTDIB’s Secret Underground Lair, Bermuda:
Can’t wait to celebrate Valentine’s Day? Then grab your date, whether that be a friend or significant other, for Masterworks’ Valentine High Tea Party on Thursday, February 13th. This will be at 3pm in the Masterworks Members Lounge, where you can relax and enjoy views of the Botanical Gardens at this pre-Valentine’s celebration. Spaces are limited and the cost is $10, which includes food and a selection of teas. For more information, or to RSVP, contact email@example.com or 299-4000.
There are three exhibits currently showing at the Bermuda Society of Arts (BSoA) in City Hall. The Onions Gallery will be exhibiting the Members Photographic Show, a wonderful mix of all styles of photography, with photos of creatures from the deep, beautiful bright flowers, stunning Bermuda skylines and more. In the Edinburgh Gallery, H-appy Art, presented by Theresa Airey, will be a showcase of some of the amazing work achieved in her popular digital art class. Pieces by Theresa and her students are exhibited in a collection of happy colours and intriguing insights. Studios A & B feature a collaboration between both galleries in the City Hall as The National Gallery presents YCA (Youth Camera Action) exhibits photographs taken by BNG’s Youth Camera Action Group. YCA teaches middle school students photographic skills and perspective, encouraging them in self reflection and developing their creativity and imagination. The shows will run until Tuesday, February 25th. Admission is free and all are welcome. For more information, contact 292-3824 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Still valiantly clinging to your New Year Resolution of eating more healthily? International Imports (The Chef’s Shop) on Par-la-ville is hosting two separate Hearty Cooking Classes with Brendan Huttick of Lemon Tree Cafe. The first is on Thursday, February 13th and the second is on Wednesday, February 19th, with the menu including Parmesan and herb Crusted Salmon with chickpea and spout salad, quinoa salad with spinach and onions, lemon pepper grilled asparagus with olive oil, caveman cakes (seed and nut bars) and chocolate and oatmeal cluster cookies. The class starts at 5.30pm on both evenings. Funds raised will be donated to the Bermuda Heart Foundation. Tickets are $85 and can be purchased from International Imports on 292-1661.
Two of my favourite things are celebrated at the Bermuda Society of Arts NOT Valentine’s Day Champagne and Chocolate Tasting at 6pm on Thursday, February 13th. Promising to be an evening of decadence, Michael Robinson from Burrows Lightbourn will present a six sumptuous sparkling wines and champagnes from around the world in his own inimitable style while local chocolatiers will complement the bubbles with their own delicious creations. Tickets cost $70 for members, $75 for non-members or $600 for a table of ten. To reserve your spot, contact 292-3824 or email@example.com, or buy online at www.bdatix.bm.
In recognition of Black History Month, the U.S. Consulate and the Bermuda National Library are partnering to screen the film 10,000 Black Men Named George on Thursday, February 13th. The 89-minute film is rated R and tells the true story of union activist Asa Philip Randolph’s efforts to organize the black porters of the Pullman Rail Company in 1920s America. The screening will start at 6pm on the upper level of Bermuda National Library. Spaces are limited and will be on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information, contact 295-295 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you enjoy listening to and singing some soothing and deeply relaxing yoga sounds, you may be interested in joining a new weekly Candlelight Meditation Chant Group on Thursdays at My Sereni-Tea. At 6.45pm each week, the group usually chants to the accompaniment of very simple guitar tunes and drum rhythms, using an ancient meditation method helps to control stress and negative emotions, calm down the mind and improve general well-being. There is no admission fee. For more information, contact email@example.com or visit www.deeppeacemeditation.com.
Black Horse Tavern in St. David’s are celebrating St. Valentine’s Day by the water’s edge all weekend long from Thursday, February 13th until Sunday, February 16th. Their special three course meal costs $45 per person, plus 15% grats, or $60 per person, plus grats, if you opt for their half lobster special. Reservations are required. For more information, or to make a reservation, contact 297-1991.
Enjoy an Italian-style Valentine’s dinner with La Trattoria’s special menu from 5.30pm on Friday, February 14th. The cost is $46.75 per person, plus grats. For more information, or to make a reservation, contact 295-1877 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Relax and unwind with your other half as Chill at the Grill at Victoria Grill is hosting a special Valentine’s edition on Friday, February 14th. In addition to mood-enhancing music from DJ Daniele Paynter, aka DJ PM, there will also be champagne and oysters on special. It all starts at 5.30pm and goes on until late with no cover charge. For reservations, call 296-5050.
L‘Oriental’s Valentine’s Menu will be available from 6pm on Friday, February 14th costs $49.75 per person, plus grats. For more information, or to make a reservation, contact 296-4477 or email@example.com.
Little Venice’s Valentine’s Menu will be available from 6pm on Friday, February 14th. The cost is $64.75 per person for 3 courses or $79.75 per person for 4 courses, plus grats. For more information, or to make a reservation, contact 295-3503 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Fairmont Hamilton Princess are aiming to turn up the heat and bring out the Cupid in anyone this Valentine’s, with live music, tapas made to share with your special someone, and a unique atmosphere. Their Naughty and Nice Valentine’s Day Dinner from 6pm in The Heritage Court features classic romance-invoking items such as seafood, passion fruit, champagne, chocolate, and strawberries, with each dish pairing elements that contrast yet complement to enliven the senses. For more information, or to make a reservation, call 298-5779.
Blu is offering a Valentine’s Menu from 6pm on Friday, February 14th. The cost is $83.75 per person, plus grats, which includes a choice of appetizer, soup or salad, main course and dessert. For more information, or to make a reservation, contact 232-2323 or email@example.com.
Does a romantic dinner with a view of Hamilton Harbour sound like your idea of a perfect evening? Well, great news as Harbourfront is offering a Valentine’s Menu from 6pm on Friday, February 14th. The cost is $89 per person, plus grats. For more information, or to make a reservation, contact 295-4207 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Celebrate Valentine’s Day at Café Lido’s Be Mine Dinner Dance event on Friday, February 14th. After receiving a complimentary Bellini on arrival, you can enjoy dinner with panoramic views of Elbow Beach, followed by a night of dancing at the Deep Night Club. Dinner reservations are available between 6.30pm and 8.30pm and the Deep will be open from 10pm until 2am. The cost is $75 per person, plus grats. For more information, or to make a reservation, contact 236-9884 or email@example.com.
Fourways is offering a Valentine’s Menu from 6.30pm on Friday, February 14th. The cost is $82.75 per person, plus grats. For more information, or to make a reservation, contact 236-6517 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Beau Rivage promise a menu to fall in love with at their Be My Valentine Dinner on Friday, February 14th. The menu will include a starter, soup, salad, palate cleanser, entree and dessert. Reservations are available at 6.30pm and 9pm. The cost is $79 per person, plus 17% grats. For more information, or to make a reservation, contact 232-8686 or email@example.com.
Rosewood Tucker’s Point are offering a special Valentine’s Dinner at The Point on Friday, February 14th and Saturday, February 15th. Reservations are available between 6.30pm and 9.30pm and you can view the menu here. The cost is $90 per person, plus grats. For more information, or to make a reservation, contact 298-4070.
There are not one but three chances to enjoy a special Valentine’s menu at the Waterlot Inn. From Friday, February 14th until Sunday, February 16th, you can treat your special someone to a romantic evening at the historic restaurant with a sumptuous 7 course meal between 6pm and 10pm. The cost is $120 per person, plus 17% gratuities, with optional wine pairings from their award-winning wine list available. Reservations are required. For more information, or to make a reservation, contact 238-8000.
The Newport, a Gastropub, promise a fun culinary adventure for you and your Valentine from Friday, February 14th until Sunday, February 16th. From 6pm until 11pm, you can enjoy classic cuisine with a twist by availing of their special love-themed 4-course set menu. The cost is $79 per person, plus 17% gratuities. Reservations are not required.
Dress in your favourite shade of red for the Winter Passions Dance on Friday, February 14th. This mature event for over-30s will take place at Crawl Club, also known as Hamilton Parish Workman’s Club. The fun will start at 10pm, with music by Star 45, OutLaw and Cofi Of Black Lion Sound, Fyah Beat Featuring Magic, Fyah Kid and Reid the manager, and the Heavy Hitter Dj Hershey. Admission is $15, or free for ladies in red.
Northshore Medical & Aesthetics Center, in conjunction with Brown Darrell Clinic (Bermuda Healthcare Services) and Lahey Hospital & Medical Centre, presents a Heart Health Fair on Saturday, February 15th. This will take place at the Bermuda Industrial Union (BIU) building from 10am until 2pm, and is an opportunity for you to talk with medical professionals and get the heart support you need, including information sessions, giveaways, heart checks and more. This event is free to the public. For more information, visit www.facebook.com/NorthshoreMedicalAestheticsCenter.
InterNations Bermuda’s next International Networking Party will be their Spreading Peace and Love Celebration at Harry’s at the Waterfront from 9pm on Saturday, February 15th. This event is open to all international and global minded people, but you are asked to sign up for InterNations at www.internations.org/events/view/64435. There is no cover charge. For more information, contact 704-7555 or InterNationsBda@logic.bm.
The 19th Annual Shiai, an invitational martial arts tournament sponsored by Sensei Roots, will take place from 1pm at Pembroke Sunday School on Sunday, February 16th. Entry forms are available either directly from Sensei Roots or from Bermuda Karate Institute. Spectators tickets also available for the tournament. The cost of entry is $10 for adults and $5 for under-12s. For more information, contact 292-2157.
If you’re tired of all the hearts and flowers, then something a little different will be happening at Outback Sports Bar on Sunday, February 16th. The 2nd Annual Chili Cook-Off will begin at 4pm and will include 1st, 2nd and 3rd place prizes for best overall Chili, drink specials, a 50/50 draw, a special “food expert” judge, and tortillas and rolls will be provided. The entry fee is $20 for spectators and $10 for participants. Rules will be emailed to all cooks one week before the competition. This event is a fundraiser for Bermuda resident Ian Nash’s mission trip to Nicaragua this May. More information on the trip can be found at www.cashfornash.com. For more information, or to register as a participant, contact Ian Nash at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Red Steakhouse and Bermuda Latin Vibes are rounding off the weekend in style with their Valentine’s Weekend Finale, the first in their Salsa Sundays on Sunday, February 16th. From 7pm until 10pm, you can enjoy a full Latin experience with a free wine tasting selection of regional wines, tasty tapas, music and dance. There will also be a free salsa and bachata dance lesson and the opportunity to practice your new moves on the dance floor afterwards. There is no cover charge and more Salsa Sunday events will be happening in the future. For more information, or to make a reservation, contact 292-7331.
The Cannabis Awareness Network are hosting an event entitled Cannabis vs Cancer on Monday, February 17th. From 7pm at Bailey’s Bay Cricket Club, they will share links to research demonstrating the ability of cannabis compounds to fight cancer, and Skype-calling Dr. Lester Grinspoon, Janet Sweeney and Dr. Robert Melamede, who are major researchers into the properties of cannabis and the endocannabinoid system. Physicians, pharmacists and all members of the community are invited to participate and ask questions of the featured doctors. This event is free.
The Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute (BUEI) is hosting Annapurnas and Everest with Andrew Stevenson, the next in their Citizen Science Lecture Series on Tuesday, February 18th. Andrew will be showing a 15-minute shortened version of his award-winning documentary film on the Annapurnas, “Paving Shangri La” and will be giving an illustrated lecture on the Annapurnas and the Everest region. Doors open at 6.30pm with Happy Hour prices on drinks at Harbourfront. The lecture itself will start at 7.30pm. Ticket holders are entitled to 20% off dinner at Harbourfront either before the lecture from 6pm, or afterwards. For dinner reservations, call 295-4207 and mention the lecture. This cannot be combined with any other special offer. Tickets are $20 for members, $25 for non-members and available from the Oceans Gift Shop at BUEI or from 294-0204.
Fr. Attilio Morelli, Pastor of St. Michael Church in Paget, is hosting a class entitled, In The Beginning: A Journey in Time to the Origin of the Universe Flying on the Wings of Holy Scriptures, Science and Culture on Wednesday, February 19th. From 7.30pm, Fr. Morelli will use his unique blend of expertise in religious and biblical studies, physics and cosmology and Jewish-Christian traditions, to take attendees on a journey full of surprises on the Book of Genesis in the light of Jewish and Christian tradition and Mysticism, modern science and cosmology and cultural anthropology. This is open to all. For more information, contact email@example.com.
Part six of the Bermuda Sub-Aqua Club’s Winter Film Series will be screened at the BSAC Clubhouse in Admirality Park on Wednesday, February 19th. Each Wednesday evening of the film series going forward, until the finale on March 16th, they will be screening a one hour segment from the BBC Oceans documentary series. The show follows a team of intrepid adventurers – explorer and expedition leader Paul Rose, maritime archaeologist Dr Lucy Blue, marine biologist Tooni Mahto and conservationist Philippe Cousteau Jr, grandson of Jacques Cousteau – as they undertake a journey to discover the world beneath the waves. Each mission sees the experts living together on a dive boat and shows the disappointments and dangers they face as well as the successes of each trip. Diving in some of the planet’s most challenging environments, beneath frozen Arctic ice-sheets, the Caribbean’s mysterious black holes and the deep submerged caves of Mallorca they reveal new mysteries about our oceans. The Clubhouse opens with the bar and dinner available at 7pm with the film is set to begin at 7.30pm. Admission is free. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.bsac.bm.
In honour of Black History Month, BUEI are hosting a special screening of Havana Tap, Dale Butler’s film on talented Bermudian tap dancer, Mitchell ‘Live Wires’ Trott on Thursday, February 20th. Follow Mitchell’s travels to Cuba to take lessons from an 84-year old Cuban tap dancer. Mitchell will open the evening with his spectacular tap dancing followed by the film, and a Q&A with Mr. Butler and Mr. Trott. Doors open at 6.30pm with Happy Hour prices on drinks at Harbourfront. The event itself will start at 7.30pm. Ticket holders are entitled to 20% off dinner at Harbourfront either before the lecture from 6pm, or afterwards. For dinner reservations, call 295-4207 and mention the lecture. This cannot be combined with any other special offer. Tickets are $20 for members, $25 for non-members and available from the Oceans Gift Shop at BUEI or from 294-0204.
The culmination of an intensive one-week workshop, the Somersfield Primary department presents Harlequin, a children’s opera based on an Italian folktale on Friday, February 21st and Sunday, February 23rd at Somersfield Academy. Harlequin is the story of how a little boy in Italy, during the period of the Renaissance, overcomes his fear of ridicule and learns the importance of self-confidence and friendship. This performance is co-directed by Judy and Sanford Jones, co-founders of Youth Opera International Inc., with Mrs. Janice Pearman performing the Soprano, and the children showcasing the results of the workshop, during which they received instruction in singing, dancing and acting, as well as experiencing first-hand the fine nuances of a classical art form. Showtime is at 7pm on the Friday and 5pm on the Sunday. Regular tickets are $25 for adults and $10 for children. Dinner and show tickets, which include a slice of pizza and drink, are $30 for adults and $15 for children. Patron tickets, which include reserved front rows seating, name in programme and Patron board, are $50. For tickets, contact 239-3345 or email@example.com. For more information, contact the Somersfield reception office or 236-9797.
The St. George’s Foundation invite you to attend what promises to be a fascinating lecture by Beau Evans on Wednesday, February 26th. The First American War on Slavery follows the exploits of Captain Stephen Decatur after his loss of the USS President, which was captured by the British and towed to Bermuda in January 1815. It was during this action that Midshipman Richard Sutherland Dale was wounded and died shortly thereafter in St. George’s, becoming the last casualty of the War of 1812. Despite losing the finest ship of the then fledgling US Navy, Decatur moved on to achieve a series of naval victories against slave traders of Mediterranean North Africa and became one of the US Navy’s most revered heroes. The lecture will be held at The World Heritage Centre on Penno’s Wharf. Wine will be on sale from 6pm and the lecture itself will start at 6.30pm. Admission is $10. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Family Centre invite you to Celebrate the Night at their annual fundraising event on Saturday, March 1st. From 7pm until 11pm at Fourways Inn, you can enjoy a variety of entertainment, including Randy Lambert and Gavin Smith in the Peg Leg lounge, Gina Love & Friends and Toby Butterfield of Improv Bermuda in the Comedy Corner, late night Karaoke with Hugh Murray, Smooth Lew magic show, United Dance Production, DJ King Arthur and the dancefloor, Oh Snap! Photobooth, raffles, and MC Patrina Paynter. Tickets are $55 in advance from La Trattoria, Fourways Inn, CableVision in Washington Mall, and the Family Centre, or $65 on the door. For more information, contact the Family Centre at 232-1116.
Walls, a juried members’ show, is the current exhibit at the Bermuda Arts Centre at Dockyard. The show will remain open until Saturday, March 1st. For more information, contact 234-2809 or email@example.com.
Registration is now open for the 8th Annual Lindo’s to Lindo’s 10K Run and 4 Mile Walk on Sunday, March 9th. Starting from Lindo’s Family Foods in Warwick at 8.30am, the run/walk will finish at Lindo’s Market in Devonshire. Registration costs vary between $20 and $40 depending on whether you are in the adult or junior category and whether you choose the competitive run, non-competitive run, competitive walk or fun walk. This is a fundraising event, with part proceeds going to the Bermuda Diabetes Association, and is organized by Mid Atlantic Athletic Club and sanctioned by BNAA. To register, enter online at www.racedayworld.com or drop off the form at Sportseller, Lindo’s, or the Diabetes Resource Centre by Thursday, March 6th. Courtesy of Validus Re, there are goodie bags available for the first 1,000 registrants. For more information, contact the Program & Event Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Beau Rivage Restaurant are welcoming special guests from Harvard University in a unique performance on Sunday, March 16th. 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. The cost of the dinner is $85 plus 17% gratuities. For more information, or to make a reservation, contact 232-8686 or email@example.com.
Direct from Harvard, the legendary Hasty Pudding Theatricals will be returning to Bermuda once again to perform their unique brand of student-written theatre (kind of like pantomime for grown-ups with an all-male cast). This is their 166th production and the show, Victorian Secrets, will be on Wednesday, March 19th until Friday, March 22nd at the Earl Cameron Theatre at City Hall. Showtime is at 8pm nightly. Tickets are $22 and available from www.bdatix.com.
La Serena Spa are offering a Twice as Nice special. Come with a guest and they will receive a 30% discount, or have two services each and both receive 30% off the second one. For more information, or to make a reservation, contact 239-0184 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
La Serena Express Spa in A.S. Cooper’s are also offering a free upgrade to Vinylux polish with a Manicure in Minutes. For more information, or to make a reservation, contact 239-0184 or email@example.com.
Willow Stream Spa at the Fairmont Southampton are running a few specials for February. In addition to a special Romance Package for Two for $749 until the end of the month, there is also the option to book a Champagne and Chocolate-Covered Strawberry add-on to any 60 or 90 minute treatment booked for February 14th. For more information, or to make a reservation, contact 239-6924.
In addition to the February specials, Willow Stream Spa are also hosting several Valentine’s Spa Package Specials. Prices range from $299 to $749, plus 15% grats. For details, see the flyer, or for more information, or to make a reservation, contact 239-6924.
And in addition to the above Willow Stream specials and Valentine’s dinners, the Fairmont Southampton are also running a Valentine’s Day Staycation package. From February 14th to the 16th, they are offering a special room rate of $239 per night. To avail of this, just ask for the Locals Valentine’s Staycation Rate. The Romantic Valentine’s Package also includes a room, dinner for 2 at Waterlot Inn and a $50 resort credit for $499 per night. For more details, or to make a reservation, contact 238-8000.
Quick Recap of Upcoming Bermuda Events
Bermuda Festival of the Performing Arts – January 16th to March 1st
Bermuda Restaurant Week – January 17th to February 13th
Bermuda Tourism Love Month – February 1st to 28th
Bermuda Musical & Dramatic Society Show: Skin Flick – February 10th to 15th
BSAC Winter Film Series: My Backyard Film Screening – February 12th
Doula Speed Dating – February 13th
**NEW Masterworks’ Valentine High Tea Party – February 13th
**NEW Hearty Cooking Class at International Imports – February 13th
**NEW NOT Valentines Day Champagne and Chocolate Tasting – February 13th
**NEW Consulate Film Night at the Library – February 13th
**NEW Black Horse Tavern Valentine’s Weekend Menu – February 13th to 16th
Shoot Me With Your Love – February 14th
The Love Train: Valentine’s Day Show – February 14th
**NEW Valentine’s Dinner at La Trattoria – February 14th
**NEW Valentine Chill at the Grill – February 14th
**NEW Valentine’s Dinner at L’Oriental – February 14th
**NEW Valentine’s Dinner at Little Venice – February 14th
**NEW Naughty and Nice Valentine’s Dinner at Heritage Court – February 14th
**NEW Valentine’s Dinner at Blu – February 14th
**NEW Valentine’s Dinner at Harbourfront – February 14th
**NEW Valentine’s Day Dinner Dance at Cafe Lido – February 14th
**NEW Valentine’s Dinner at Fourways – February 14th
**NEW Be My Valentine at Beau Rivage – February 14th
**NEW Valentine’s Day Winter Passion Dance – February 14th
**NEW Valentine’s Dinner at The Point – February 14th and 15th
**NEW Valentine’s Day at The Waterlot Inn – February 14th to 16th
**NEW Valentine’s Day at The Newport, a Gastropub – February 14th to 16th
Bermuda National Trust’s Annual Plant and Bake Sale – February 15th
Girls & Boys Brigades Valentine’s Fair & Car Wash – February 15th
Chakra Circle – February 15th
**NEW Heart Health Fair – February 15th
**NEW InterNations Bermuda: Spreading Peace and Love – February 15th
Girlguiding Thinking Day Service and Parade – February 16th
**NEW Sensei Roots’ 19th Shiai – February 16th
**NEW 2nd Annual Chili Cook-Off – February 16th
**NEW Valentine’s Weekend Finale with Bermuda Latin Vibes at Red – February 16th
Firebird Half Term Ballet Camp – starts February 17th
February Midterm Camp – starts February 17th
BUEI Spring Camps: Dabble in the Deep 1 – starts February 17th
**NEW Cannabis vs Cancer – February 17th
Bermuda National Trust: Annual Children’s Nature Walk – February 18th
**NEW BUEI Citizen Science Lecture Series: Annapurnas and Everest with Andrew Stevenson – February 18th
**NEW Hearty Cooking Class at International Imports – February 19th
**NEW BSAC Winter Film Series: Oceans: Mission One Screening – February 19th
**NEW BUEI presents Havana Tap – February 20th
13th Annual Coldwell Banker Home Show – February 21st and 22nd
**NEW Somersfield Academy Opera: Harlequin – February 21st and 23rd
Metropolitan Opera in HD: Puccini’s Tosca – February 22nd
City Car and Bike Show – February 22nd
Midshipman Dale Annual Commemorative Service and Dinner – February 22nd
What Are You Feeling? Workshop – February 22nd
BHS Craft Market and Table Sale – February 22nd
BIFFlix Monthly Film Series: The Great Beauty – February 23rd
Argus Walks the Walk with The Centre on Philanthropy – February 23rd
**NEW St. George’s Foundation Lecture: The First American War on Slavery – February 26th
The Art of Hosting Training – February 27th to March 1st
Bermuda National Trust Auction and Jumble Sale – February 27th to March 1st
**NEW Family Centre: Celebrate the Night – March 1st
1st Annual Bermuda International Spring Masters Meet – March 7th to 9th
**NEW Lindo’s to Lindo’s 10k Run and 4 Mile Walk – March 9th
Bermuda Toastmaster’s Annual Speech Contest – March 11th
Metropolitan Opera in HD: Verdi’s Falstaff – March 15th
The Sunshine League’s Agnes May Robinson Torch Relay – March 16th
KPMG Round the Grounds Race – March 16th
**NEW Dinner with the Radcliffe Pitches and the Krokodiloes at Beau Rivage – March 16th
**NEW Hasty Pudding Theatricals: Victorian Secrets – March 19th to 21st
Harvard in Hamilton for Children VIII – March 20th
BUEI presents Underwater Extravaganza – March 22nd
Metropolitan Opera in HD: Dvorák’s Rusalka – March 29th
BUEI Spring Camps: Dabble in Sharks – starts March 31st
Bermuda Yoga Festival – April 3rd to 6th
BUEI Spring Camps: Dabble in Prehistoric Seas – starts April 7th
Annual Peppercorn Ceremony – April 23rd
Big Guns and Bermuda Roses Tour – April 24th to 27th
Metropolitan Opera in HD: Borodin’s Prince Igor – April 26th
St. George’s in Bloom Competition – May 11th to 18th
Current Exhibits at Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art
Homer’s Cafe Display: Rebecca Martin – December 28th to January 30th
Ever The Twain Shall Meet – January 17th to June
Tale of Two Cities Exhibition – January 17th to September
Paint it Black – February 2nd to 26th
Homer’s Cafe Display: Radiant Joy by Robyn Hooper – February 28th to March 27th
Capri Trend – March 7th to 28th
bioGraphy photoGraphy – The Photographic Works of Antoine Hunt & Jüliz Ritchie – March 28th to April 9th
BNG East: A Sense of Place – December 6th to March 31st
Current Exhibits at Bermuda Society of Arts – January 31st to February 25th
Onions Gallery: Members Photographic Show
Edinburgh Gallery: H-Appy Art
Studios A and B: The National Gallery presents Youth Camera Action
Current Exhibits at Bermuda National Gallery – January 24th to May 31st
Michael Walsh: Contemporary Conversation
Highlights from the BNG Collection
Book Launch of Bermuda National Gallery: An Introduction
**NEW Walls Exhibit at Bermuda Arts Centre – until March 1st
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Enjoy the rest of the week!