November 19th, 2014: Bermuda Events Update

Morning Troops!

 

Just a little note for event organisers – we are now in the busiest time of year for the NTDIB calendar so please make sure you get all your events submitted to me at http://nothingtodoinbermuda.com/submit-your-event.html with as much notice as possible to allow the maximum number of people see what you have going on.  The weekly deadline is by 6pm on Friday for inclusion on Wednesday’s post.   Also, please don’t forget that the last post of the year will be on Wednesday, December 24th and the first of the New Year will be on Wednesday, January 7th, so please plan accordingly to make sure your event is promoted.

 

Don’t let anyone say that there is nothing happening, because there is sooooo much going on in Bermuda at this time of year:

1117 Global Entrepreneurship Week Bermuda

Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) Bermuda is running from Monday, November 17th until Friday, November 21st and is part of the global movement to encourage, inspire and connect entrepreneurs to help unleash ideas.

Entrepreneurship in Bermuda and around the globe will be celebrated with events, information sessions, and opportunities to network during the month of November.

For more information, contact Jamillah Lodge at jlodge@bedc.bm or 292-5570, or visit www.gew.bm.

 

 

1119 Women in Entrepreneurship

Join BEDC for an informative breakfast seminar entitled Women in Entrepreneurship on Wednesday, November 19th.

This will take place at 8am at KPMG’s offices in Crown House on Par-la-Ville. International guest speaker, Debra Jackson, Founder and CEO of Plum Alley will be sharing her secrets to success. Sharing the panel with Debra will be distinguished women in their fields who will provide insight into managing careers and life.

Entry is $20, or $15 for BEDC members.

For more information, or to register, contact info@bedc.bm or 292-5570, or visit www.gew.bm.

 

1119 Find Support for Starting an Online Business

Thinking of starting an online business? Find Support for Starting an Online Business on Wednesday, November 19th is a Lunch and Learn session to help you discover just how much support there is for you to launch your ebusiness.

This will take place at Butterfield Bank’s Rosebank branch at 12.30pm and light lunch refreshments will be provided.

Admission is free.

For more information, contact info@bedc.bm or 292-5570, or visit www.gew.bm.

 

 

 

 

1119 Bubbles and Bling

Petals invite you to join them for a beautiful evening with jewels, flowers and champagne at Bubbles and Bling, their Engagement and Wedding Event on Wednesday, November 19th.

To promote local artists, Petals is featuring a guest artist each month and from 5pm until 7pm, they will welcome, Eleanor Patton, Designer, Maker and Goldsmith of Bermuda Rocks Jewellery. Featuring her unique collection of rings, Eleanor is on hand to talk about her current and custom designs for any occasion.

While supplies last, attendees will also enjoy a complimentary glass of bubbly and some delicious treats from Sweet Saaks.

There is no admission fee and no need to RSVP.

For more information, contact eleanor@bermudarocks.com or 518-8246.

 

1119 Book Launch and Poetry Reading

The Department of Community and Cultural Affairs and Bermuda National Library are hosting a Book Launch and Poetry Reading on Wednesday, November 19th.

From 6pm at the Library, Wendy Fulton Steginsky will be reading from her newly published book, The Tide of Bermuda’s Light.

Admission is free and light refreshments will be served.

For more information, contact Folklife Officer Dr. Kim Dismont Robinson on 292-1681 or visit www.communityandculture.bm.

 

1119 Chefs Table at the Reefs

The Reefs invites you to join them for another delectable 7-course dinner on Wednesday, November 19th.

Beginning at 6pm, their signature Chef’s Table events offer up course after course of perfectly paired palate pleasers.

The cost is $110 per person and limited spots are available.

For more information, or to make a reservation, contact 238-0222 or guestservices@thereefs.bm.

 

1120 Over 40 Mens Health Screenings

You are invited to encourage your husband, father, brother and any other man who is important in your life to attend a free Health Screenings for Men Over 40 event on Thursday, November 20th.

From 10am until 5pm at the Seventh-Day Adventist Hall on King Street, screenings will include blood glucose, blood pressure, body composition, lung function, foot exam and more, with physicians and nutritionists available for brief consultations.

For more information, contact 236-1297 or marketing@chc.bm.

 

1120 Online Business

In a modern economy, if you don’t have an presence online, your business is already behind.  Join this workshop at 11.30am at Bermuda Chamber of Commerce to discover the 7 Steps to Setting Up an Online Business on Thursday, November 20th.

This event is free and light lunch refreshments will be provided.

For more information, contact info@bedc.bm or 292-5570, or visit www.gew.bm.

 

 

1121 Identifying Sources of Capita

Learn some useful tidbits and tips on how to access alternative forms of financing for your business at Financing Entrepreneurship Matters on Friday, November 21st.

Taking place at noon at KPMG’s offices in Crown House, this is a Global Entrepreneurship Week Bermuda event, brought to you by BEDC in partnership with the US Consulate General and KPMG.

Topics include Finding alternative to traditional financing and identifying the best fit for you, Identifying private investors, Accessing VC funds and angel investor networks, Positioning your business for Private investment support. How viable is crowd funding, What industries attract Private investor support, and Identifying areas of growth for Bermuda.

Registration is $20 or $15 for BEDC members.

For more information, or to register, contact info@bedc.bm or 292 5570, or visit www.bedc.bm.

 

1118 GEW Bermuda

Join KPMG at the Lunch and Learn session, 3rd Party Vendor Management on Thursday, November 20th.

From 12.30pm in KPMG’s offices in Crown House, you can get information and tips on how to manage the various third parties you work with for your business.

Admission is free.

For more information, contact Jamillah Lodge at jlodge@bedc.bm or 292-5570, or visit www.gew.bm.

 

1120 Jump Start Your Social Media Marketing

Social Media is now vital to the success of small businesses in this new economy. Learn how you can jump start your social media presence with the Social Media Jump Start Workshop Series by SociaLEE Consulting.

Session 1 of these intensive workshops will take place on Thursday, November 20th, Session 2 will take place on Thursday, November 27th and Session 3 will take place on Friday, December 5th.

The workshops all take place at the Bermuda Economic Development Corporation (BEDC) in Sophia House on Church Street and doors open at 1.45pm, with the workshops themselves running from 2pm until 5pm.

The cost is $85 per session or $210 all three, with 5% off for BEDC members per session registration and 50% off first 3 BEDC Members who register for all three.

Only 12 spots are available per session and tickets are available online at www.pTix.bm.

For more information, contact Stephanie Lee at 456-4780 or contact@socialeeconsulting.com.

 

1120 Turkey Two Ways

Join Bermuda Gas for a Turkey Two Ways cooking demonstration at their showroom from 5.30pm until 7.30pm on Thursday, November 20th to help you prepare your best Christmas (and Thanksgiving) turkey ever!

The Turkey Two Ways in question will be Deep Fried and Jerk Spice with samples, door prizes and giveaways for attendees.

All are welcome but they ask that you RSVP to 295-3111 ext 1843 or bjones@bermudagas.bm..

 

 

1118 GEW Bermuda

All are welcome to join Global Entrepreneurship Week Bermuda’s 2014 Celebration of Entrepreneurship and Innovation on Thursday, November 20th.

From 5.30pm in the XL Building, there will be a presentation of 2014 TechAwards and Rocket Pitch Prizes, sponsored by Bermuda Commercial Bank.

Admission is free and open to the public.

For more information, contact Jamillah Lodge at jlodge@bedc.bm or 292-5570, or visit www.gew.bm.

 

Event

In celebration of the 40th anniversary of Bermuda College, the Company of Honorary Fellows of Bermuda College presents Bermuda College: The Embryonic Years, a lecture by former Premier, Dr. David Saul on Thursday, November 20th.

Dr Saul provided valuable input into shaping the academic curriculum for the College in its formative days and, 40 years later, the only public institution of tertiary education in Bermuda is accredited, vibrant and forging forward.

The lecture will take place in the North Hall Lecture Theatre at 7pm.

Admission is free.

For more information, contact Evelyn at ebarnett@college.bm.

 

1118 GEW Bermuda

Global Entrepreneurship Week Bermuda 2014, #GEWBDA2014 will close out with the Entrepreneur Awards Ceremony on Friday, November 21st.

This will begin at 5.30pm at Suite Solutions on Mill Creek Road.

This event is free and open to the public.

For more information, contact Jamillah Lodge at jlodge@bedc.bm or 292-5570, or visit www.gew.bm.

 

1121 Meditative Hour My Serenitea

If you would like to experience some deep peace relaxation and inner peace with meditation chanting/kirtan, you may be interested in joining a Meditative Hour weekly event at My Sereni-Tea.

From 6.15pm unti 7.30pm each Friday, the group meditates with soothing yoga sounds to the accompaniment of very simple guitar tunes and drum rhythms. This ancient meditation method helps to control stress and negative emotions, calm down the mind and improve general well-being. After the meditation chant, you will listen to a short inspiring story from Vedic literature.

There is no admission fee (small donations towards the room fee are accepted but not expected).

Registration can be completed online at www.deeppeacemeditation.com (under Contact).

For more information, contact anya@deeppeacemeditation.com or visit www.deeppeacemeditation.com.

 

1122 BEPRO Personal Growth Workshop

BEPRO wants to help you on your journey to achieving your personal goals by hosting a free Personal Growth Workshop on Saturday, November 22nd from 9am until 11am at the Bermuda Tourism Authority (above the Washington Mall).

Presenters Chris Crumpler and Pete Saunders will speak not only to personal achievement but also on ‘building a better all-around you’.

Space is limited so RSVP to secure your spot as soon as possible.

For more information, or to RSVP, contact Velina Wheatley-King at vwheatley@bcc.bm or 295-8932.

 

1122 Middle and Senior School Debates

Come out and support some of the island’s articulate young people at the 25th Annual Middle and Senior School Debates on Saturday, November 22nd.

This will begin at 10am at Saltus Grammar School with the Middle Schools debating on the topic, “this house believes feminism is obsolete” while Senior Schools will take “this house believes children should have legal obligations towards parents after adulthood”.

This event is a great source of healthy competition, and teaches tolerance and respect for different points of view.

There is no entry fee for spectators and no need to RSVP.

For more information, contact bjsl@northrock.bm.

 

1122 Christmas Fair at Christ Church Warwick

All are welcome at the Christmas Fair at Christ Church, Warwick on Saturday, November 22nd

From 10am until 3pm, you can expect lots of games and activities for the children and bargains galore with their Golden Elephant, books, plants, toys and more stalls. Also, just in time for the holidays, there will be Christmas decorations on sale.

Part proceeds will benefit the Bermuda Overseas Missions and Christ Church Restoration Fund.

For more information, contact Martha Kirkland at 236-0383.

 

1122 Children's Reading Festival

The Ladies of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated, Bermuda Alumnae Chapter invite you to Fall In Love With Reading at their 15th Annual Children’s Reading Festival at Victoria Park on Saturday, November 22nd.

From 11am until 4pm, young people from Infant to M3 will receive free popcorn, free drinks, free fun castles, free activities, and most importantly, free books.

Parents, guardians, nanas, papas, and other family members, will have the opportunity to visit information booths from various organizations and government departments to provide you with valuable information regarding raising a literate child.

For more information, contact dstbermuda@gmail.com, Shawnette Smith on 531-1790 or Ellen Kelly on 337-5854.

 

1122 Balance Hair Spa Open House

Balance Hair Spa invite you to come and see what they have to offer at their Open House at Limelight, 8 Camp Hill in Southampton on Saturday, November 22nd.

From 3pm until 6pm, all are welcome to visit this innovative hair care spa, where they promise that it’s more than hair care, it’s a therapeutic experience.

For more information, contact cosmetologist Carrie Tucker at 537-6452.

 

 

 

0506 Jimmy Keys at Red

See Jimmy Keys’ last shows of the year at Red Steakhouse and Bar on Saturday, November 22nd and Sunday, November 23rd.

As usual, Jimmy promises a high energy variety show packed with comedy, visual musical impressions and favourite Broadway, wrapped around some of the most exciting piano playing that you will ever witness.

Red will be offering a special Jimmy Keys Prix Fixe Menu and their A La Carte menu, designed by Executive Chef Chad Mitchell and featuring the highest quality of Certified Angus Beef and fresh locally caught seafood, will also be available.

Showtime is at 8.30pm on Saturday and 6.30pm on Sunday.

Reservations are highly recommended and large party bookings and private functions are available.

For more information, or to make a reservation, contact 292-7331 or book online at www.redbermuda.com. For more on Jimmy Keys, visit www.jimmykeys.com.

 

1123 Nutcracker Tea Party

Join the cast of The Nutcracker for some festive and elegant fun at The Nutcracker Tea Party at the Fairmont Southampton on Sunday, November 23rd.

With two seating times of noon and 3pm, attendees will be able to enjoy excerpts from this year’s show and participate in fun activities with your favourite Nutcracker characters.

This year, the option to purchase VIP seating will be available. This will include a grand entrance, stage side seating, and a special Nutcracker souvenir. There is no minimum requirement for these tickets.

The cost is $55 or $80 for VIPs and tickets are available from www.inmotion.bm.

For more information, visit www.inmotion.bm.

 

1123 Salsa Night at Red

Dance the night away at Salsa Night at Red Steakhouse and Bar from 8.30pm until late on Sunday, November 23rd.

Happy Hour drinks prices will be available, as will Red’s tapas menu.

Newbies and experienced dancers alike are all welcome and there is no cover charge.

For more information, or to make a reservation, contact Red at 292-7331.

 

1125 Movie Night

The US Consulate, in conjunction with the Bermuda National Library, is hosting a Movie Night on Tuesday, November 25th.

From 6pm at Bermuda National Library, they will be screening episodes from the series You’re the Boss. Episode 3 will be Finding your Customers: Marketing & Advertising Your Business, followed by Episode 4 on Starting your Business: Financing Branding & Regulations.

For more information, contact the Bermuda National Library at 295-3104.

 

 

1118 GEW Bermuda

Learn tips from the experts on how to manage your growing career, and what to do to get you where you want to go at Career Management and Planning on Wednesday, November 26th.

The session will begin at noon at Ontru Bermuda on the 3rd Floor of the S. E. Pearman Building.

This event is free and open to the public.

For more information, contact info@ontru.bm or 236-6878.

 

1127 Thanksgiving at Grotto Bay

Enjoy a buffet-style Thanksgiving Dinner with stunning views at Grotto Bay Beach Resort on Thursday, November 27th

Reservations are available from 6pm and the cost is $52 per person, plus gratuities.

For more information, or to make a reservation, contact 293-8333 or catering@grottobay.com.

 

 

1127 Thankgiving Coco Reef

Coco Reef are offering a special Thanksgiving Set Menu on Thursday, November 27th.

Reservations are available from 7pm until 9pm and the cost is $50 per person, including a complimentary glass of wine. The regular a la carte menu will also be available.

For more information, or reservations, contact 236-5416 or dmoorghen@cocoreef.bm.

 

 

1127 InterNations Thanksgiving

InterNations.org, a worldwide network dedicated to internationally minded people, invite you to join them for drinks and appetizers at their InterNations Thanksgiving Celebration on Thursday, November 27th.

Attendees will meet in the wine bar section at Barracuda Grill from 7.30pm until 9.30pm.

There is no cover charge.

For more information, visit www.InterNations.org.

 

1128 Bermuda Diabetes Association Tag Day

The Bermuda Diabetes Association are having their annual Tag Day on Friday, November 28th and are looking for volunteers to help them Tag.

If interested in volunteering, or for more information, contact a.wanklyn@diabetes.bm.

 

 

 

1128 BRFU Wine Tasting

The Bermuda Rugby Football Union are hosting a Wine Tasting at the Bermuda Gas Showroom on Friday, November 28th.

This event will run from 6pm until 8.30pm and is a fundraiser in support of the National 7s team who will be travelling to Mexico for the NACRA tournament.

Wine will be selected and provided by boutique wine distributor, Two Rock Wine Company.

Tickets are $50 per person and are available from bermudawomensrugbymanager@gmail.com or mikatomita@gmail.com.

 

1129 Christmas by the Sea

Buy Bermuda and support local artisans at Christmas by the Sea: Art, Jewelry and Gift Market at Pier 6, upper level, on Saturday, November 29th.

From 10am until 4pm, you can shop for some locally hand-crafted gifts for friends, family or yourself.

Items on sale will include Bermuda cedar pens and gifts, Chiko’s Smokey Rub, crochet toys, candles and original art.

For more information, contact Deanne at ddesilva@northrock.bm.

 

1129 Warwick Academy Fair Harvest Time in Oz

It’s Harvest Time in Oz at the Annual Warwick Academy Fair, which will take place on Saturday, November 29th.

From 10am until 4pm, there will be a White Elephant stall, Ride the Bull, Dunk Tank, bake stall, book stall, wax hand craft, games, food stall and much more.

 

 

 

 

1129 Barbados Independence Dinner and Dance

The Bajan Community and its Bermudian friends and family are invited to the Barbados Association of Bermuda’s Annual Dinner and Dance, in commemoration of its 48th year of Independence.

The event will begin at 8pm at the Royal Hamilton Amateur Dinghy Club on Saturday, November 29th and will include a plate and dessert, with a cash bar.

Limited tickets are available for $80 per person.

For more information, or to purchase tickets, contact barbados.association@gmail.com or text 535-3305.

 

1202 Understanding Social Media ROI

Short on time? Dig into Social Media Marketing with bite size information sessions from SociaLEE Consulting’s Lunch & Learn Series.

Session 3: Understanding Social Media Return on Investment will take place at Nineteen @ Burnaby, next to Devil’s Isle Coffee, on Tuesday, December 2nd. Sign in and lunch are from 12.15pm, with closing at 1.30pm.

With everything you do in business, you want to know what is the ROI, or Return in Investment. Some have found it difficult to figure the Return on Investment for using Social Media. This workshop will help you determine what Social Media ROI is, create benchmarks for measurement, and how to measure the overall value for your business.

The registration fee is $30 and can be purchased online at www.pTix.bm. BEDC and Bermuda Chamber of Commerce Members receive a discount with a code.

The session requires a minimum 10 pre-registered to run.

For more information, contact 456-4780 or contact@socialeeconsulting.com.

 

1205 BNT Christmas Walkabout

Enjoy magical seasonal festivities at the annual Bermuda National Trust Christmas Walkabout in the charming old town of St. George’s on Friday, December 5th.

The excitement and romantic yesteryear elegance of this popular event should not be missed. There will be entertainment throughout the town and refreshments will be served at various locations marked on maps that will be distributed on the evening. Children can meet Santa and make Christmas crafts at the Edith Clair Spencer Hall.

The Trust’s Walkabout has become a popular community event with the generous support of volunteer musicians, dancers, singers and school groups marking the start of the Christmas season. The public are invited to explore some of the oldest continually occupied buildings in the New World, which will be decorated and candle lit for the event.

Old favourites such as the Old Rectory, Samaritans’ Lodge, Buckingham, Tucker House and the Globe Hotel will also be open on the evening, and King’s Square will have a host of dancers and musicians for your entertainment.

The Bermuda National Trust could not hold this event without a huge amount of community support, their Trust volunteers and generous sponsor, Butterfield Bank.

The Walkabout will run from 6pm until 9pm and, as well as festive, it is also free!

For more details, see the National Trust website at www.bnt.bm.

 

1212 Christmas Meditation

Experience the deeply relaxing and restorative effect of deep peace meditation and put yourself in the right mood for the upcoming festive season at a Christmas Meditation event at My Sereni-Tea on Friday, December 12th.

From 6pm until 7.30pm, you can experience peaceful deep breathing, uplifting mantra chants to Christmas tunes, meditative Christmas carols, happy Christmas talk, and Christmas vegetarian and vegan snacks.

Admission is free.

Registration is available at www.deeppeacemeditation.com/contact.

For more information, contact anya@deeppeacemeditation.com or visit www.deeppeacemeditation.com.

 

0315 Car Boot Sale

Grab a bargain at the Peace Lutheran Church’s Car Boot Sale on Saturday, December 13th.

This will run from 9am until 1pm and promises lots of items for Christmas including Christmas kites (a new feature), plus all their usual bargains, such as clothes, shoes, toys, children’s clothes, household items, DVDs, books etc. and much more.

Usually, there is the option to have your own spot but they have sold out for tables in November and December.

For more information, or to be put on the waitlist for a cancellation, contact Carol at 747-3377.

 

1231 Red NYE Masquerade

Time to start thinking of what you’re doing for New Year’s Eve!

Red are hosting a New Year’s Eve Masquerade on Wednesday, December 31st.

The fun will run from 9.30pm until 3am with an open bar all night, live DJ entertainment and, of course, a midnight toast.

Standard tickets are $125, inclusive of the open bar and midnight toast, while VIP tickets are $175 and include a premium open bar, complimentary coat check, and champagne toast at midnight. Tickets must be purchased in advance.

Add $100 to any ticket to also include a 5 course dinner. Dinner reservations are available from 7pm.

For more information, or to make a reservation, contact Red at 292-7331.

 

1118 GEW Bermuda

Non-profits are businesses too so, if you work with one, you may be interested in joining a workshop to learn about The Business of Non-Profit Organizations in Bermuda on Wednesday, January 21st.

The session will begin at 9am at the Centre on Philanthropy and the cost is $75 per person.

For more information, or to register, contact the Centre on Philanthropy at info@centreonphilanthropy.org or 236-7706.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Quick Recap of Upcoming Bermuda Events

For a handy Calendar view, click here to go to the Bermuda Calendar section:

 

**NEW  Global Entrepreneurship Week Bermuda 2014 – November 17th to 21st

14th Annual International Prophetic Encounter – November 19th to 23rd

Relaxation and Meditation Class – November 19th

**NEW  Bubbles and Bling: Engagement and Wedding Event – November 19th

**NEW  Book Launch and Poetry Reading – November 19th

**NEW  Chef’s Table at The Reefs – November 19th

BNG 2014 Annual Student Art Competition Deadline: Bermuda: Water is Me – November 20th

Charles + ChewstickOctober 16th November 20th

BPW Bermuda and LOM Lunch and Learn: Market Update and Investment Themes for the New World Order – November 20th

**NEW  Free Health Screenings for Men Over 40 – November 20th

**NEW  Jump Start Your Social Media Marketing – November 20th

**NEW  Turkey Two Ways – November 20th

**NEW  Bermuda College: The Embryonic Years Lecture by Dr. David Saul – November 20th

Wine & Shoes – November 21st

Friday Night Fights – November 21st

Mount Saint Agnes Academy (MSA) Seusstacular BazaarOctober 17th and 18th November 21st and 22nd

19th Annual Home-Grown Alternatives – November 22nd

Haunted History in Ye Olde Ghost TownNovember 1st November 22nd

Tokio Youth Mountain Bike Series – November 22nd

Bermuda Botanical and Bermuda Rose Societies Plant and Rose Sales – November 22nd

Car Boot Sale – November 22nd

Community Guest Day – November 22nd

BUEI Harbourside Market – November 22nd

Bermuda Musical and Dramatic Society Open House – November 22nd

Corner of Love (Bermuda): Elegancia Gala Dinner – November 22nd

**NEW  BEPRO’s Personal Growth Workshop – November 22nd

**NEW  Christmas Fair at Christ Church, Warwick – November 22nd

**NEW  25th Annual Middle and Senior School Debates – November 22nd

**NEW  15th Annual Children’s Reading Festival – November 22nd

**NEW  Balance Hair Spa Open House – November 22nd

**NEW  Jimmy Keys at Red Steakhouse and Bar – November 22nd and 23rd

**NEW  The Nutcracker Tea Party – November 23rd

**NEW  Salsa Night at Red – November 23rd

L’Alliance Française des Bermudes Ciné Club: Mea Culpa – November 25th

**NEW  You’re The Boss: Movie Night Series – November 25th

Thanksgiving Dinner at Cafe Lido – November 27th

Thanksgiving Dinner at The Reefs – November 27th

**NEW  Jump Start Your Social Media Marketing – November 27th

**NEW  Thanksgiving Buffet Dinner at Grotto Bay – November 27th

**NEW  Thanksgiving Special Menu at Coco Reef – November 27th

**NEW  Internations Bermuda Thanksgiving Event – November 27th

Robin Givens presents Joy in the Morning – November 27th to 29th

KPMG Bermuda Front Street Mile Trials – November 28th

**NEW  Bermuda Diabetes Association Tag Day – November 28th

**NEW  Bermuda Rugby Football Union Wine Tasting – November 28th

The Caledonian Society of Bermuda’s St. Andrew’s Ball – November 29th

Tokio Youth Mountain Bike Series – November 29th

Peddlers Porch – November 29th

Bermuda Sub Aqua Club Try Dive Experience – November 29th

Christmas at Carter House – November 29th

**NEW  Christmas by the Sea: Art, Jewelry and Gift Market – November 29th

**NEW  Warwick Academy Fair: Harvest Time in Oz – November 29th

**NEW  Barbados Independence Dinner and Dance 2014 – November 29th

Bermuda Chamber Choir: We Will Remember – November 29th and 30th

Joyful NoiseNovember 2nd November 30th

**NEW  Lunch & Learn Series: Understanding Social Media ROI – December 2nd

Elton John and Tim Rice’s Aida – December 4th to 6th

**NEW  Jump Start Your Social Media Marketing – December 5th

**NEW  Bermuda National Trust Christmas Walkabout in St. George’s – December 5th

Deutz Wine TableOctober 18th December 6th

Girlguiding FUNd FairOctober 25th December 6th

Public Piano Project Submission Deadline – November 7th

Bermuda College’s 40 Anniversary Winter Wonderland – December 6th

**UPDATED 4th Annual Art of Music Event: Interpreting the Visual Arts through Music – December 10th

**NEW  Christmas Meditation – December 12th

**NEW  Car Boot Sale – December 13th

Christmas Day at Coco Reef – December 25th

**NEW  New Year’s Eve Masquerade at Red – December 31st

Metropolitan Opera in HD: Verdi’s Macbeth – January 10th

Tokio Youth Mountain Bike Series – January 10th

40th Bermuda Marathon Weekend – January 16th to 18th

Tokio Youth Mountain Bike Series – January 17th

Bermuda Red Cross Karaoke NightNovember 5th January 17th

**NEW  DATE Bermuda Musical and Dramatic Society Pantomime: The Pied PiperDecember 4th to 13th January 22nd to 25th

Tokio Youth Mountain Bike Series – January 24th

Metropolitan Opera in HD: Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro – January 31st

Tokio Youth Mountain Bike Series – January 31st

Metropolitan Opera in HD: Bizet’s Carmen – February 21st

Metropolitan Opera in HD: Rossini’s Il Barbiere di Siviglia – March 7th

Metropolitan Opera in HD: Lehár’s The Merry Widow – March 21st

Metropolitan Opera in HD: Offenbach’s Les Contes d’Hoffmann – April 18th

Metropolitan Opera in HD: Tchaikovsky’s Iolanta / Bartók’s Bluebeard’s Castle – May 2nd

Metropolitan Opera in HD: Rossini’s La Donna del Lago – May 16th

Metropolitan Opera in HD: Mascagni’s Cavalleria Rusticana / Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci – May 30th

 

 

 

Art Exhibits

Current Exhibits at Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art

Mythology – Mayhem – Mystery & Marketing – October 10th to January 28th

Unreal PortraitsOctober 24th to November 5th November 7th to 19th

Current Exhibits at Bermuda National Gallery – until November 22nd

Bermuda Biennial 2014: A View From the Edge

Highlights from the BNG Collection

Current Exhibits at BNG East – until December 6th

Bermuda Biennial 2014: A View From the Edge

Bermuda Arts Centre Exhibit: Vernacular – October 19th to November 22nd

Bermuda Arts Centre Exhibit: Small Works – November 30th to January 11th

ACE Gallery Photographic Exhibition: Dancing with Whales – until December 31st

Current Exhibits at Bermuda Society of Arts – November 21st to December 9th

Elements of Paradise

Frameworks presents Custom Made

 

 

Enjoy the rest of the week!

 

C

xx

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