May 20th, 2015: Bermuda Events Update

Morning Troops!

 

Another holiday weekend is almost upon us – who is ready to finally get back in the water?  As you can imagine, there is LOTS coming up – here is the rundown of the latest Bermuda happenings:

 

0521 Ladies Night at the Beach

Every Thursday is Ladies Night at the Bermuda Bistro at the Beach.

From 6pm, this event will feature complimentary tastings before 8pm, giveaways and fun, designed exclusively for the Ladies. Each week will feature a special guest showcasing Bermuda goodies and drink specials all night. Live entertainment will start at 7pm and DJ Rusty G will take over for the late night portion of the evening.

There is no cover charge.

For more information, contact 292-0219 or visit www.TheBeachBermuda.com.

 

 

0513 Ray Pasnen at Bermuda Bistro at the Beach

Get ready for a night of great music, laughter and memories featuring the musical talents of Ray Pasnen at Bermuda Bistro at the Beach.

Ray Pasnen is a unique and memorable entertainer who combines his skills as a piano, guitar and harmonica player with an acclaimed vocal style.

Ray will be performing from 9pm until late on Wednesdays, from 7pm until late on Thursdays and Fridays, from 8pm until late on Saturdays, and from 5pm until late on Sundays.

There is no cover charge and Ray will perform throughout the summer until October.

For more information, contact 292-0219 or visit www.TheBeachBermuda.com.

 

0515 2 Gals and 1 Guy

Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art opened their new show, 2 Gals and a Guy, to the public on Friday, May 15th.

This show will feature new paintings by Belinda Tartaglia and Mark Pettingill accompanied by hand-crafted glass jewellery made by Kelly Diel.

Opening hours are from 10am until 4pm, Monday to Saturday, and from 11am until 4.30pm on Sundays. Masterworks is closed on public holidays. General admission is $5, or free for members and children under 12.

The exhibit will run until May 27th.

For more information, contact 299-4000, or visit www.BermudaMasterworks.com.

 

0522 Winedown Fridays

Celebrate the end of another working week at Rumbar’s weekly Winedown Fridays.

From 5pm until 9pm, you can sip on some drink specials while enjoying soft Reggae, courtesy of Bermuda`s own DJ Conscious..

Winedown Fridays are created with joint collaboration of Rumbar and IRIE 98.3 radio station, who will be broadcasting live on air from this location.

There is no cover charge and Winedown Fridays will continue weekly through September.

For more information, contact 296-5050.

 

Event

The Bermuda School of Music will present the 18th Annual Some Enchanted Evening: Time for Three on Friday, May 22nd.

This will start at 7.30pm at the Earl Cameron Theatre, City Hall. From Bach to Brahms there will be something for everyone, a performance which is sure to delight. This event is sponsored by PartnerRe.

Tickets cost $50 for adults, $25 for children or $100 for Patrons and are available at Bermuda School of Music or www.pTix.bm. All proceeds will go to Bermuda School of Music.

 

0519 BTA Lunch and Learn

In advance of the Tourism Experiences investment call for submissions, the Bermuda Tourism Authority’s (BTA) successful Lunch n Learn Series returned on Tuesday, May 19th.

The BTA is once again providing an opportunity for local tourism-minded entrepreneurs to ensure their ideas are aligned with the objectives of the Tourism Experiences investment process, where up to $75,000 in grant money is available to successful applicants.

To help entrepreneurs build their applications this year, the complimentary Lunch n Learn series will resume again next week.

The objective is to help entrepreneurs create strong proposals, particularly those who have not been through the application process before and want to put forward new, unique ideas.

There are four sessions in total, each covering a different topic. Unique Experiences and Consumer Research will run from 12.15pm until 1.30pm on Tuesday, May 19th. Tuesday, May 26th will cover New Proposals and Business Plans, while Utilising Social Media for Business Growth will be on Tuesday, June 9th, each from 12.15pm until 1.30pm. The final session will be Value of Experience Panel from 1.15pm until 2.30pm on Tuesday, June 16th.

All sessions are free.

For more information, or to RSVP, contact David Thomas at dthomas@bermudatourism.com or 279-5576.

 

0521 Neal Peterson

Promising a unique and fascinating story of the sea that is great for the whole family, BUEI proudly presents Neal Petersen: In Life There Are No Barriers Only Solutions on Thursday, May 21st.

South African-born, Neal Petersen is a world-class racing yachtsman, award-winning author of Journey of a Hope Merchant, subject of a PBS documentary. Petersen has faced many challenges in life – poverty, racial discrimination, childhood disability and other insurmountable barriers – always responding by looking for opportunities to achieve his dream.

Neal completed the 1998-99 “Around Alone” the most dangerous extreme sport in the world, a 27,000 mile yacht race, 9 months at sea – alone, and in the smallest yacht he designed and built himself.

Neal has been described as “one of the most inspiring, dynamic and thought provoking speakers you will ever witness, he is mesmerizing”.

The lecture itself will start at 7.30pm and Harbourfront are offering a 10% discount to anyone dining there before or after the event. Reservations are available from 5pm for the sushi bar and the full menu will be available from 6pm – please mention the lecture when booking to avail of the discount. This cannot be combined with any other offers.

Tickets are $20 for members, $25 for non-members and available by calling 294-0204 or visiting Oceans Gift Shop at BUEI.

 

0522 Fish Fry Fundraiser

Start the holiday weekend by supporting Bermuda Overseas Missions as they raise funds for their upcoming mission to Malawi.

The fundraiser will be in the form of a Fish Fry at Christ Church, Warwick on Friday, May 22nd.

From 4pm onwards, you can choose to eat in or take out, with the menu including fish, coleslaw, fries, dessert and more.

The cost is $20 per meal.

For more information, contact BOM President David Thompson at David.thompson@ams.bm.

 

0523 Scavenger Hunt Relay for Life

Grotto Bay’s team for Relay for Life will be holding a Fundraising Scavenger Hunt on Saturday, May 23rd.

This will start at 10.30am at Blue Hole Hill Park. You are asked to bring a camera and wear comfortable shoes as this is a walking hunt.

The cost is $10 per person for teams of up to four people.

For more information, or to register your team, contact Grotto Bay Hotel on 293-8333 ext 1944 by May 21st.

 

0524 Snorkel Park Beach May24th

Snorkel Park Beach promise fun for the whole family, all day and all night, at their May 24th on The Beach event on Sunday, May 24th.

From noon until sunset, you are invited to celebrate Bermuda Day with family fun entertainment and music by Working Title, performing live from 2pm until 5pm.

When the sun goes down, things will heat up with bonfires on the beach and music by DJ WhoKnew? from 7pm until 10pm.

When night falls, the party will take off at the open air night spot, Club Aqua from 10pm, with music by Reality Sound DJs until 3am.

Beach access is free until 9pm and admission to Club Aqua is $10.

For more information, contact events@snorkleparkbeach.com or visit www.SnorkelParkBeach.com.

 

0525 Bermuda Day Parade1

The culmination of the Bermuda Day celebrations is, of course, the Annual Bermuda Heritage Day Parade on Monday, May 25th.

This colourful parade will be led by the Band and Corps of Drums of the Bermuda Regiment and will leave Marsh Folly/Black Watch Pass junction at 1.30pm, ending at City Hall Car Park. It will include all the usual favourites – floats, gombeys, majorettes, pipers, drum corps and dance troops.

The Bermuda Regiment’s special float entry to celebrate their 50th Anniversary will depict the combining of the predecessor unit badges of the Bermuda Rifles and the Bermuda Militia Artillery into the Bermuda Regiment cap badge. You are encouraged to Support Your Regiment and the soldiers on parade.

For more information, visit www.CommunityandCulture.bm.

 

0519 Picked Onion Jam

Aspiring musicians, come and showcase your band, or just sing your heart out, at Graffiti Park’s weekly Open Mic Jam every Tuesday at Pickled Onion.

From 9.30pm until 1am, you are invited to join the fun by making use of the drums, bass, guitar, keyboards and mics provided or bringing your own instruments, as you prefer. Drummers from the local island musical community join the host band Graffiti Park, whose members have performed with some of the biggest names in the music business.

Since this is not karaoke, they do not provide the lyrics to songs. They also request that participants know what they are doing or have some live music band experience before signing up.

There is no cover charge and the Jam will run weekly until January 1st.

For more information, contact Pickled Onion at 295-2263.

 

Event

Take a break from the craziness of everyday life at the Yoga Wisdom Night on Wednesday, May 27th.

From 6.15pm in Room 404 of The International Centre on Bermudiana Road, you can experience deep peace relaxation with Yoga Sounds (kirtan meditation) and listen to what ancient Yoga Wisdom tells us about real happiness.

There is no admission fee. Small donations towards the room fee are accepted but not expected.

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

 

0528 Saltus Ruth Henderson Memorial Concert

Enjoy great music by talented youngsters as Saltus Grammar School presents the Ruth Henderson Memorial Concert at the new venue of the Saltus field on Thursday, May 28th.

From 5.30pm there will be performances by the Senior Orchestra, Concert Band, Jazz Band, Wind Band, Stringendo, Senior String Ensemble, Junior Orchestra and Jazz Band, Lower Primary hand bells, plus choirs from Primary and Secondary Departments.

Refreshments will be available for purchase, and there will be a bouncy castle and face painting for the younger crowd.

Admission is $5 on the door for adults and no charge for children or students. The rain date is Friday 29th May.

For more information, contact Cathy Carreiro at ccarreiro@saltus.bm.

 

0528 Girl Be Heard

If a girl can change her own life, she can change the lives of girls everywhere. That is the philosophy of Girl Be Heard, a New York based non profit theatre collective and educational programme that provides a safe environment for girls to write, direct, and perform theatre productions under the guidance of professional directors, playwrights, actors, activists and intellectuals.

The Bermuda Conference Women’s Missionary Society is hosting two Girl Be Heard performances on Thursday, May 28th and Saturday, May 30th.

Showtime each night is at 7pm at the Ruth Seaton James Centre for the Performing Arts.

Girl Be Heard was developed to strengthen the voices of girls between the age of twelve and twenty-one through a series of writing prompts, readings, theatre exercises and discussions. Founded in 2008, it started with a diverse group of twelve young women from differing racial and socioeconomic backgrounds. Director Ashley Marinaccio facilitated a workshop by teaching these young women to write their own show and tell their own stories. The result was transformative and the collective was soon formalized. Since its inception, the company has grown to one hundred members who tour the United States and use their talents to raise the visibility of issues affecting girls.

The Collective has written and performed countless award-winning shows, and is inspired by Gloria Steinem, one of their founding members, and countless activists, educators and experts in human and civil rights.

Tickets are $50 and are available from www.BDAtix.bm.

For more information, contact BCWMS at bcwmsinfo@gmail.com.

 

0529 Masterworks Lindsay HopkinsWeld

Hailing from Maine and Boston, Lindsay Hopkins-Weld is the current Masterworks Artist in Residence at Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art.

Primarily a marine painter, Lindsay has been inspired by Bermuda’s unique architecture and the extraordinary shades of Bermuda’s waters. Exhibited will be the oil paintings she created during her residency – an exploration of Bermuda’s light and colours.

Her works will be showcased and available for purchase, with the official opening on Friday, May 29th from 5.30pm until 7pm.

The exhibit will run until June 10th.

Opening hours are from 10am until 4pm, Monday to Saturday, and from 11am until 4.30pm on Sundays. Masterworks is closed on public holidays. General admission is $5, or free for members and children under 12.

For more information, contact 299-4000, or visit www.BermudaMasterworks.com.

 

0529 Outta Bounds at Taste 141

Taste 141 invite you to come enjoy great food and cocktails while listening to live music from Outta Bounds on Friday, May 29th.

The band will be playing from 7pm until 10pm and there is no cover charge.

For more information, or reservations, call 292-0777.

 

 

0330 Arabian Nights

Grab your magic carpet and come aboard the Arabian Nights passage to paradise on Saturday, May 30th.

From 10pm until 1am, this event will feature DJ Whoknew? on Vinyl with sexy oldschool reggae vybz; DJ Levy spinning a mix of oldschool, reggae and soca to dance the night away; BrothaRichie and the FunZone; Island Teaser Belly Dancing; and many many surprises.

There is no cover charge and VIP access is by Invitation Only.

For more information, contact westendsailboatclub@gmail.com.

 

0606 KBB Trash Art Workshop

In preparation of the Extended Life Trash Art show, which opens on June 12th, Bermuda Society of Arts are hosting a KBB Trash Art Workshop on Saturday, June 6th.

Running from 10am until noon, the workshop is intended to raise awareness of plastic ocean pollution.

Although a great family activity, this is not suitable for small children as participants will be using hot glue to build amazing creations out of nothing more than beach trash.

This workshop will be taught by Keep Bermuda Beautiful Executive Director, Anne Hyde. All materials will be provided, including selections of beach trash.

For more information, or to sign up, contact 292-3824 or bsoa@logic.bm.

 

0606 Atlantic Rugby Cup

No need to wait for November’s Classic to get your rugby fix as the Atlantic Rugby Cup 2015 will be on Saturday, June 6th.

Founded in 2013, the Atlantic Rugby Cup is an annual match-up of the world’s best rugby players, hosted at National Sports Centre on the beautiful island of Bermuda.

Gates open at 1pm and the BRFU Youth Matches will start at 2pm. The Bermuda National Team Match will be at 4pm, followed by the U18/Senior Women’s Exhibition Match at 6pm and the Atlantic Rugby Cup at 7pm.

In addition to the action on the field, there will also be a bar, BBQ, kids area, and live music until midnight.

The cost is $15 for adults in advance from www.pTix.bm, $20 at the gate, and free for under-16s.

For more information, visit www.AtlanticRugbyCup.com or follow @RugbyBermuda on Twitter and Facebook.

0606 Get Puzzled Scavenger Hunt

A great fundraising event for all to enjoy as the Day After Tomorrow invite you to their 4th Annual Get Puzzled Scavenger Hunt on Saturday, June 6th.

Meet in the City Hall parking lot at 6.30pm with your motor and teammates, before embarking on a fun filled hunt looking for clues across the island.

The cost is $15 per person, for teams of up to 5, and all proceeds benefit Tomorrow’s Voices, Bermuda Autism Early Intervention Centre. Participants must register before Friday, June 5th.

For more information, or to sign up, contact scavengerhunt.DAT@gmail.com or Julia at 705-8340.

 

0607 HH War Vets

Ever wondered what it was like to serve in WWII as a Bermudian soldier? The June edition of the Department of Community & Cultural Affairs’ Historical Heartbeats Lecture Series will be World War Two: The Bermuda Veterans Story on Sunday, June 7th.

From 4pm at Warwick Camp, they will retrace the steps of those who assisted the war effort in their various branches of service. Hear recorded interviews from veterans who give first hand accounts of their wartime experience and leave with an appreciation for the men and women who sacrificed their lives for Bermuda.

Free tickets are available from the main office of Department of Community and Cultural Affairs, Dame Lois Browne Evans Building, 58 Court Street, 4th Floor.

For more information, contact Relief Folklife Officer Keishunda Curtis at 292-1681.

 

0612 Pain Care Yoga Training Module II

Are you a professional, such as a yoga therapist, physiotherapist, massage therapist or other healthcare professional, wishing to work with those in pain and help them heal? If so, you may be interested in the 20 hour workshop, Pain Care Yoga Training: Module II, running from Friday, June 12th until Sunday, June 14th.

This special module is also open to those in pain, wishing to work on their own pain care issues and manage self care. Clients and professionals will work closely together throughout, in a safe environment, with scientifically proven techniques for effective pain care management using the practice of gentle yoga.

Workshop facilitator is Pain Care specialist, Neil Pearson, Physiotherapist, Yoga Therapist and Clinical faculty member of the University of British Columbia.

The workshop price is $450 for professionals and $250 for clients in pain. Online registration is available at www.BDAtix.bm.

 

0626 Yoga and Ayurveda

Learn more about the relationship between the two branches of health and wellness in the yogic tradition at Yoga and Ayurveda from Friday, June 26th until Sunday, June 28th.

Taking place at the Yoga Centre on Victoria Street, the workshop will specifically focus on the doshas for your unique constitution; the Ayurvedic approach to diet and nutrition; the practical tools to create more balance and harmony in life; the benefits of following natural rhythms; and practical tools like tongue reading, pulse diagnosis, food combining etc.

The workshop facilitator is Dr. Nitin Shah, specialist of Ayurveda and Natural Medicine and certified specialist doctor of natural medicine under the Canadian board of natural medicine.

Yoga Teachers and or therapists and health care professionals can receive 20 CE hours for this workshop, toward yoga therapy or yoga alliance certification.

The workshop price is $410 and registration can be completed on www.BDAtix.bm.

 

0629 YCA Summer Camp

Know a student aged between 11 and 14 who is interested in photography? Bermuda National Gallery are now accepting applications for their Youth Camera Action (YCA) Summer Camp.

Classes begin the week of Monday, June 29th, ending the week of Monday, August 31st, and each session will take place at the Bermuda National Gallery, where participants will learn creative strategies while developing a portfolio of images. Each week will have a different theme and participants will travel to various photo locations.

All skill levels are encouraged to participate and camp runs from 10am until 4pm, Monday to Friday.

The cost per week is $175 for BNG Members or $270 for non-members. All cameras and supplies are included. Become a member at www.BNG.bm and you can avail of the camp discount rate.

For more information, contact Dany Pen at education@bng.bm or 295-9428, or visit www.bng.bm.

 

0630 BRA Learn to Row

What better way to start a summer day than on the water? The Bermuda Rowing Association is once again running a Learn To Row (LTR) Summer Course for both Adults and Juniors, both under the direction of Peter Somerwil, head coach of Brock University and former Canadian National team lightweight men’s coach.

The adult course will run 3 mornings a week from 6am until 8am between Tuesday, June 30th and Monday, July 27th. Pick up will be from the Royal Hamilton Amateur Dinghy Club. The cost is $600 and includes membership in the club to January 31st, 2016 and a T-shirt.

They will also be running two 2-week sessions of their Junior LTR programme. Open to youths aged between 12 and 17, the programme runs from 9am until noon, from Monday to Friday. The first session runs from Tuesday, June 30th until Monday, July 13th, while the second session will run from Tuesday, July 14th until Monday, July 27th. Pick up will be from Albouy’s Point. The cost is $300 per session and includes membership in the club to January 31, 2016 and a T-shirt. Young rowers may choose both sessions.

For more information, or to register, contact bermudarowingassociation@gmail.com or Patti Merritt at 704-6464.

 

0708 Professional Football Tryout and Assessment

If you are aged between 10 and 25 and think you have what it takes to be the next Nahki Wells, then you may want to experience training and assessment by the UK Football Trials Team of world class UEFA licenced coaches with professional UK club experience.

The Professional Football Tryout and Assessment from Wednesday, July 8th until Saturday, July 11th will be your chance to be scouted by professional and semi-professional soccer clubs in the UK

From 9am each day, you can be trained by Premier League coaches while showcasing your ability to watching Premier League scouts. You will get a graded assessment on 10 areas of your game with a document to improve your game and enjoy Pro Club high tempo, dynamic sessions with thousands of touches of the ball.

The Player Registration Fee is $350. There are limited spaces and, advance registration is necessary.

For more information, or to register, contact footypromotions@gmail.com or 336-3222, or visit www.FootyPromo.com.

 

0731 Kiss Me I'm Uber

This Cup Match, skip the traffic, parking problems, drunk driving, and all the other headaches associated with the party of the year, and let UberVida take you to the game in style at their Kiss Me I’m Uber event on Friday, July 31st.

The boat will depart #1 Dock on Front Street at 10am, travelling to St. George’s. Upon arrival, there will be a tender to transport guests from the yacht to the mainland. From the dock, it is a 10 minute walk to the Game, where you will find all the usual Cup Match favourites, such as cricket, gambling at Crown & Anchor, lots of drinking including Swizzle Kings Swizzle and thousands of party revelers.

UberVida provides a tender service back to the yacht at regular intervals and then a party cruise back to Hamilton to arrive at Front Street at 6pm.

The all inclusive ticket includes a full open bar, all day lunch catering, and international DJs.

The cost is $150 and you can reserve online at www.UberVida.net.

For more information, contact ubervidabda@gmail.com or 236-2222.

 

0802 UberVida Non Mariners

Don’t have a boat for the Non-Mariners Raft-up yet? The Uber crew have been a central part of it for the past 20 years and invite you to join them for an UberVida Non-Mariners on Sunday, August 2nd.

The boat will depart #1 Dock on Front Street at 10am, cruising up to Mangrove Bay. Arriving early means that they can better jockey for a central spot in the raft-up.

After a full day of fun in the sun, including funnel races, pictures with the monkey and top international DJs, the boat will return to Hamilton at 6pm.

The cost is $200, which includes an open bar and all day catering. If you don’t want to be on the boat the whole day, they are also offering a visitor pass at a cost of $50, which lasts for 2 hours. The visitor pass does not entitle the holder to ride to the raft up or back to Hamilton.

Reservations can be made online at www.UberVida.net.

For more information, contact ubervidabda@gmail.com or 236-2222.

 

 

 

 

 

Quick Recap of Upcoming Bermuda Events

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

 

Colonial Pensions Investment Seminar / Lunch and Learn – May 21st

**NEW Neal Petersen: In Life There Are No Barriers Only Solutions – May 21st

UberVida’s Mini Cruises – starts May 22nd

UberVida’s Ibiza – starts May 22nd

**NEW Fish Fry Fundraiser – May 22nd

**NEW  Some Enchanted Evening: Time for Three – May 22nd

Capturing the Beauty of Birds Workshop – May 23rd

Onion Day – May 23rd

Bermuda Day BBQ – May 23rd

**NEW Scavenger Hunt Fundraiser – May 23rd

**NEW May 24th on The Beach – May 24th

**NEW Annual Bermuda Day Parade – May 25th

**NEW BTA Lunch n Learn Series: New Proposals and Business Plans – May 26th

Beating of the Retreat Ceremony – May 27th

**NEW  Yoga Wisdom Night – May 27th

BMDS presents Sister Act: The Musical – May 27th to June 6th

Loving Ourselves from The Inside Out – May 28th

**NEW Saltus Grammar School’s Ruth Henderson Memorial Concert – May 28th

**NEW Girl Be Heard – May 28th and 30th

12th Annual Bermuda Guitar Festival – May 28th to 31st

Alliance Francaise: Concert d’Antan, a Classical Baroque Concert – May 29th

Touch D Deck – May 29th

**NEW Outta Bounds Live at Taste 141 – May 29th

Relay For Life 2015 – May 29th and 30th

G&S Auditions: The Drowsy Chaperone – May 29th to 31st

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

An Evening of Gospel Jazz – May 30th

**NEW Arabian Nights – May 30th

Lunch & Learn Series: Blogging 101 – June 2nd

Grotto Bay’s Island BBQ Buffet – June 2nd

Harbour Nights – restarts June 3rd

Beginner’s Yoga 12-Week Course – starts June 4th

Late Nite Catechism – June 5th

Bermuda National Trust Spring Soirée – June 6th

**NEW KBB Trash Art Workshop – June 6th

**NEW Atlantic Rugby Cup 2015 – June 6th

**NEW Get Puzzled: Car Scavenger Hunt – June 6th

You Go Girl Relay – June 7th

Holistic Fair – June 7th

The Allied World Family Community Day – June 7th

**NEW Historical Heartbeats – World War Two: The Bermuda Veterans Story – June 7th

**NEW BTA Lunch n Learn Series: Utilising Social Media for Business Growth – June 9th

Raleigh Bermuda Graduation/Launch Ceremony – June 10th

**NEW  Pain Care Yoga Training: Module II – June 12th to 14th

Bermuda Heroes Weekend: Bermuda’s First Carnival – June 12th to 15th

The Queen’s Birthday Parade and Trooping of the Colours – June 13th

Bermuda Pow Wow 2015: A Celebration of Our Ancestors – June 13th and 14th

Pure: The 7th Annual All White Party – June 14th

**NEW BTA Lunch n Learn Series: Value of Experience Panel – June 16th

Charman Prize Entry Deadline – June 25th

3 Day Retreat for Focus and Clarity – June 26th to 28th

**NEW  Yoga and Ayurveda – June 26th to 28th

Healthy is Beautiful Camp – starts June 29th

Spicelands Summer Fun Camp – weekly from June 29th to August 31st

**NEW  2015 YCA Photography Summer Camp – weekly slots from June 29th to August 28th

Bermuda Gymnastics Summer Camp – weekly from June 29th to September 4th

**NEW  Bermuda Rowing Association: Learn to Row Junior and Adult Courses – starts June 30th

LIV BDA – July 3rd to 6th

Sportz Mania 2015 Summer Multi-Sport Programmes – start July 4th

Lunch & Learn Series: What is Email Marketing – July 7th

**NEW Professional Football Tryout and Assessment – July 8th to 11th

**NEW  Bermuda Rowing Association: Learn to Row Junior Course Session 2 – starts July 14th

**NEW Kiss Me I’m Uber: Trip to the Game – July 31st

**NEW  Ubervida Non Mariners – August 2nd

 

 

 

Art Exhibits

Current Exhibits at Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art

Karl Struss and the Dawn of Tourism – February 27th to September 30th

**NEW 2 Gals and A Guy – May 15th to 27th

**NEW  Artist in Residence Exhibit: Local Color, Paintings by Lindsay Hopkins-Weld – May 29th to June 10th

Bermuda Arts Centre Exhibit: Doors & Windows – April 26th to May 29th

Current Exhibits at Bermuda National Gallery – until June 6th

Highlights from the Young Collection

Marketing Territory: A Focus on Bermuda’s Language

Continuing Exhibitions – Highlights of the BNG Collection

Current Exhibits at Bermuda Society of Arts – May 1st to 20th

Onions Gallery: 2015 Heritage Month Spring Members Show

Edinburgh Gallery: Bermuda’s connection to, and its influence on the fledgling colony of Virginia

Studio A: Craft Show

Studio B: Labors of Love

Lansdown Guilding: A Natural History of Bermuda – May 7th to July 31st

 

 

 

Enjoy the rest of the week!

 

C

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