September 9th, 2015: Bermuda Events Update
Morning Ladies and Gents!
Hope you all had a wonderful holiday weekend! Event organisers, please note that there will be no post on Wednesday, September 30th so please plan accordingly to make sure your event is promoted beforehand. You can submit full details 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.
Here is your update on Fall events in Bermuda:
Learn more about Bermuda’s history at the Bermuda National Library’s Summer Film Series on Wednesdays in September.
From 11am until 2pm, you are invited to bring your brown bag lunch and join them for free films in the Bermuda History and Cultural Studies Room.
Upcoming features include a BNL Cultural Studies Film that explores family roots, genealogy and DNA investigation on September 9th, Farming (Bermuda Folklife Documentary Series) on September 16th, a film in the BNL Collection that explores the American Legend of Pocahontas, revealing the Native American side of Jamestown Virginia on September 23rd, and St. George’s: A Town Ancient and Loyal on September 30th.
If you are unable to attend during the times listed, feel free to arrange a special screening for individuals, groups or classes. Some of these titles are also available for professional loan for teachers, group leaders, and health/seniors care professionals etc.
For more information, contact Kenisha Shakir at 299-0039 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
See what crazy combo you can create when you make your own burger at Crown & Anchor’s Burger Madness every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
Burger Madness features a unique take on a classic and offers burgers ranging from Grilled Jerk Chicken Breast, to a Grilled Portobello & Shitake Burger. This option will be available between 11am and noon.
Reservations are not required.
For more information, contact 295-3000.
The Hamilton Princess & Beach Club invite you to join them in a toast to luxury at Indulge, a Cigar Experience on Thursdays.
From 5pm until 8pm on the Princess Marina, you can celebrate life with the finest champagnes, single malts and cigars, accompanied by live entertainment from The Big Chill gang.
Reservations are not required.
For more information, contact 295-3000.
They say that music helps the digestion, which gives you a great excuse to make a reservation at Marcus’ on Thursdays.
From 9pm until midnight every Thursday night, The Kings will perform live acoustic Reggae Music while you relax and dine on the delicious menu crafted by celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson.
For more information, or to make a reservation, contact 295-3000.
If you like the and/or the TV show, Who’s Line is it Anyway?, then you’ll love Press Play on Friday, September 11th.
This is the first in a new series of shows from Improv Bermuda and will take place at Bermuda Society of Arts, amongst the current art on display at the People’s Gallery. From 6pm, you are invited to grab a seat for a playful night of improv theatre and other guest performances. This first show will include the ever-awesome spoken word artists Yesha Townsend and Stephan Johnstone. Drinks will be available for a donation.
The cost is $12 for BSoA members and $15 for non-members. Tickets are available from www.BDAtix.bm or on the door if there are any left.
For more information, contact email@example.com.
Why be a spectator when you can play the game? The National Sports Centre has partnered with the Department of Youth Sports and Recreation to produce the Youth Sports Expo 2015 on Saturday, September 12th.
This event will take place at the National Sports Centre from 11am until 4pm using the North Fields, Aquatic Centre and Event Tent. The aim is to promote healthy lifestyles through sport to the young people of Bermuda
This initiative has the commitment of twenty-three (23) National Sports Governing bodies as well as the Bermuda School Sports Federation, The Bermuda Sports Anti-Doping Agency and The America’s Cup, all prepared to showcase their sports to the public.
The objective is to attract parents, guardians and young people to the facility to listen to the respective sporting organizations, watch demonstrations and have the ability to participate. The hope is that each sport will attract new people either as participants or maybe even as volunteers.
An event like this needs the support of the community to be a success. It is a known fact that exercise plays a major role in the development of healthy children and adults. Sport is a great way to get the daily exercise that the body requires and organized sport is a great way to develop mental focus, healthy routines and good relationships.
This event will be interactive and free to the public.
For more information, contact Jamal Hart on firstname.lastname@example.org or Craig Tyrrell on email@example.com.
Unity Bermuda invite you to join them at their 11am Family Day Service and hear the wonderful voice of Dinah Chapman on Sunday, September 13th.
Dinah Chapman has been singing since age 5. Inspired and taught by her mother, Dinah grew up singing gospel music in the church in Decatur, Illinois, performing lead vocals for church choirs, and directing choirs.
Later after college, she began songwriting. Early in 2002, one of Dinah’s songs, “You Always Cared,” was recorded and released by Grammy nominee Ann Nesby on Universal Records. Dinah released her first CD in 2005 and released her second CD, “Rivers of Living Waters,” in 2011.
There is no charge to attend the service and all are welcome.
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Crown & Anchor at the Hamilton Princess and Beach Club invite you to join them for Scones, Scones, Scones every Saturday.
The name says it all: Scones, Scones & Scones. From 2pm until 5pm, their pastry chef whips up ten different flavours, from Rum Apricot to White Chocolate Ginger. Add homemade sorbet and ice cream, and this is one weekend indulgence you won’t want to miss.
The cost is $35, including tea and coffee variations, and reservations are not required.
For more information, contact 295-3000.
Crown & Anchor at the Hamilton Princess and Beach Club invite you to join them for Strawberry Sensation every Sunday.
From 2pm until 5pm, they will be celebrating everyone’s favourite berry by featuring coffee or tea paired with éclairs, tarts, macaroons, ice creams and many more strawberry-flavoured delicacies and treats.
The cost is $38, including tea and coffee variations, and reservations are not required.
For more information, contact 295-3000.
Enjoy an evening of murder, suspense, intrigue, sex and… oh yeah, time travel, as BMDS presents their latest production, Communicating Doors, opening on
Wednesday, September 16th. **UPDATE: The show will now open on Monday, September 21st**
This time travel comedy thriller tells the story of how Ms. Poopay Dayseer, a twenty-first century Specialist Sexual Consultant, while peddling her ‘services’ to an elderly hotel room client unexpectedly finds herself running for her life. How her flight through a communicating door brings her face to face with her own past and with Ruella who apparently died under suspicious circumstances twenty years earlier. And how Poopay’s gradual friendship with that remarkable woman changes the future for both of them…
Showtime is at 8pm each night and the show will run from
Wednesday, September 16th until Saturday, September 19th and then from Wednesday, September 23rd until Saturday, September 26th. **UPDATE: The show will now run nightly from September 21st to 26th**
Tickets are $30 and available from www.pTix.bm.
For more information, visit www.bmds.bm.
An opportunity to sip on some vino while watching the sun go down as Discovery Wines are hosting their final Wine Tasting Sunset Cruise of the year on Saturday, September 19th.
This time they will be sailing around the West End on the Aristocat. The boat will depart Dockyard (opposite Bonefish Grill) at 6pm, returning at 8pm. They will be serving a fantastic flight of five wines with delectable hors d’oeuvres.
The cost is $80 per person and tickets can be purchased from http://discoverywines.bm/blogs/current-events/43669185-wine-tasting-sunset-cruise-september-19.
For more information, contact 296-9463, email@example.com, or visit www.DiscoveryWines.bm.
Open to all who are keen to understand emerging risks and how they impact operational audits, an Emerging Risk Management and Compliance Seminar will take place on Thursday, September 24th.
Attendees are asked to arrive at the Hamilton Princess & Beach Club between 12.30pm and 1pm for a 1pm start. During this session, attendees will learn how to build an emerging risk program and effectively integrate it into the ERM Framework. Regulatory requirements and the building of emerging risks into operational audit plans will also be covered, and other areas of focus include vendor risk management, compliance optimization and fraud risk assessment.
The seminar ends at 5pm and will be followed by a cocktail reception.
Attendance is highly recommended for both Internal Audit and Risk Management professionals who wish to advance their risk management/compliance knowledge and practices with a focus on risk factors that impact both strategic decision making and operational performance.
The cost of attendance is $70 if booked in advance. Subject to availability, attendees may also be able to pay $130 on the door.
For more information, or to RSVP, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Help raise money for P.A.L.S by donating $5 to participate in the Mad Hair Day on Friday, September 25th.
Wear your hair in a mad or crazy way for the day and you will receive a badge for helping a charitable cause. Participating in this event requires registering your company or group.
For more information, or to register, contact email@example.com or 236-7257
Afterwards, you can let your mad hair down at the Mad Hair Day Party at the lower level of Pier 6 on Front Street.
Featuring a DJ and $5 Happy Hour drink prices, the party will run from 5pm until 10pm and will include free photo booth pictures, Mad Hair styling stations, light hors d’oeuvres, and Parties Plus and Fairy Hair selling an array of hair accessories. You’ll also be in with a chance to win a prize for the Wackiest, Most Beautiful, Best Group Effort, Most Creative or Scariest Hair.
Tickets for the party are $20 per person.
For more information, or to purchase tickets, contact P.A.L.S at 236-7257.
Learn tips and techniques and experience various meditation styles, while refreshing your soul at the Oasis of Stillness: Mini Meditation Retreat from 11am on Saturday, September 26th
This retreat will be led by Rev Paulette Pipe, the host of Touching the Stillness, a lively prayer and meditation radio program on Unity Online Radio. Rev. Pipe is well known at Unity Bermuda and to many people in Bermuda. She will demystify Meditation and Mindfulness and its many benefits.
The cost is $25 per person.
For more information, or to register, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 296-9445.
Looking for something different to do with the kids on the weekend? Bermuda National Library invite you to spend An Afternoon with Award Winning Dr. Seuss Author, Tish Rabe on Saturday, September 26th.
All are welcome to come and meet Ms. Rabe from 2pm until 4pm at the Bermuda Institute. Ms. Rabe has written over 135 children’s books including Blue’s Clues, Clifford the Big Red Dog and has been writing the Dr. Seuss Learning Library since 1996. Brown & Co will also be at the event selling copies of Ms. Rabe’s most popular books.
Tickets can be purchased at both the Adult and Youth Libraries. For library members, the cost is $5 for adults and $2.50 for children, while for non-members the cost is $10 for adults and $5 for children.
For more information, contact the Youth Library on 299-0020 or the Adult Library on 295-2905.
Music lovers are invited to treat their ears at Songs and Opera Arias on Saturday, September 26th.
From 8pm at St. Paul’s Church in Paget, you can enjoy a wonderful programme of classical songs, a concert aria and opera arias presented in concert by Bermudian mezzo-soprano, Kerri-lynne Dietz, and South African pianist, Nico de Villers.
Tickets are available from The Bermuda Bookstore on 295-3558 (8am until 6pm on weekdays, late opening until 9pm on Wednesdays and 10am until 6pm on Saturdays) or St. Paul’s Christian Education Centre on 236-5880 (10am until 2pm on weekdays).
Tickets are $15 for students (enrolled in a full-time course of study or 16 years and under) £35 for general admission and $60 for sponsors which gives them allocated seating in the first few rows. Otherwise seating is on a first come fist served basis.
For more information, contact email@example.com or St. Paul’s Church on 236-5880.
Bermuda Red Cross invites you to celebrate their 65 years of serving the Bermuda community at their Open House on Tuesday, September 29th.
From 1pm until 7pm at their premises at 9 Berry Hill Road in Paget, you can learn more about what they have done and are doing in the community.
Light refreshments will be served.
For more information, or to RSVP, contact 236-8253 x 223 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have lost a loved one in the last 2 to 3 years, you might benefit from joining the Grief Support Group starting on Thursday, October 1st.
Held at P.A.L.S on Point Finger Road, the sessions will run from 6pm until 7.30pm, every other week for 12 weeks. Two professional counsellors will facilitate these one-and-a-half hour sessions, using the Understanding your Grief book and workbook by Alan Wolfelt.
This Group is sponsored by P.A.L.S and Friends of Hospice, so both materials and sessions are free of charge. Registrants should provide P.A.L.S with their number and email address.
For more information, or to register by September 11th, contact P.A.L.S on 236-7257.
There are two new exhibits opening at the Bermuda Society of Arts (BSoA) in City Hall on Friday, October 2nd.
The Mid Atlantic Wellness Institute presents the 2015 MindFrame PhotoVoice Art Exhibition, Inside Out, Outside In, in the Onions Gallery and Studios A and B. This is a show which includes art, photography and creative writing from adults, youth and children who use MWI services. Artwork will be for sale with proceeds going back to the artist as well as to the Mindframe Photovoice Art Program at MWI.
In the Edinburgh Gallery, you can view Boat Works, the latest exhibit from artist Milton Hill. This will include replications of Pilot gigs, Bermuda gigs, Yacht America and the Constitution all carved from cedar.
The grand opening of these shows will be from 5pm until 7pm on Friday, October 2nd.
Opening hours are from 10am until 4pm, Monday to Friday, and from 10am until 2pm on Saturdays. The exhibits will run until Tuesday, October 20th.
Admission is free, although donations are appreciated, and all are welcome.
For more information, contact 292-3824 or email@example.com, or visit www.bsoa.bm.
Raising funds for Agape House, our island’s only hospice, the Annual Glow in the Dark Duck Race & Party will take place on Saturday, October 3rd.
Hosted in the beautiful grounds of a private home in Point Shares in Pembroke, this promises to be an exciting evening of fun, including dinner, dancing, an auction, duck races in the pool, and raffles.
Tickets are $125 per person, which also includes 2 drinks, or $1000 for a table of 10.
For more information, or to book, contact 232-0859 or Friendsofhospice@bhb.bm.
Bermuda Yoga Festival 2016 presents a special one-time screening of the movie, Awake: The Life of Yogananda on Sunday, October 4th.
Screening at noon at Speciality Cinema, this film tells the unconventional tale of how yoga and meditation was brought to the West. It features highly influential people who have been deeply impacted by Paramahansa Yogananda, including Steve Jobs, George Harrison, and Russell Simmons. This movie brings to life the spiritual classic book, Autobiography of a Yogi.
Tickets are $30 and available from www.pTix.bm or from Herb Goddess Tea in Washington Mall. Proceeds will go towards the Bermuda Yoga Festival 2016.
For more information, contact info@BermudaYogaFestival.com.
The Bermuda Society for the Blind’s (BSFB) monthly information and sharing group, Vision Talk, will focus its October meeting on Devices and Techniques Used for Daily Living on Monday, October 12th.
From 6pm at Beacon House, you can explore a sampling of the vast array of specialized and adapted devices that are available to help people who have lost or are losing vision complete simple, every-day tasks. Several products will be displayed, discussed and demonstrated and orders can be placed for items individuals would like to purchase. Because of equipment and devices like these, many blind or visually impaired individuals can live healthy, active and independent lives, and remember many of these items make great holiday gifts!
Free transportation is also available and you are invited to call to RSVP and arrange this.
For more information, or to RSVP by noon on Friday, October 9th, contact the Bermuda Society For The Blind at 292-3231.
The Bermuda Kennel Club’s 2015 International All Breed Championship Dog Shows are coming to Somersfield Academy from 8.30am each day on Saturday, October 24th and Sunday, October 25th.
This will feature four international championship conformation dog shows which have been nominated as qualifiers for Crufts 2016. The entry deadline is September 25th.
The first two shows run on the Saturday and shows three and four on the Sunday, one in the morning and one in the afternoon each day.
Admission is free for spectators and children must be accompanied by an adult.
For more information, and entry forms, visit www.show.bkc.bm.
Enjoy a fun-filled night for the whole familiy at Trunk or Treat at the First Baptist Church on Saturday, October 31st.
From 6pm until 8pm, they will provide a safe place for people to bring their children for free games, prizes, food, and more on Halloween night.
You are invited to come in costume, no matter what age you are, and spend the evening trick or treating in the Church parking lot.
This event is free of charge and everyone is welcome.
For more information, contact the First Baptist Church on 236-7414.
We’ve all got it – that sixth sense, intuition, a knowing beyond the black and white or physically… It could be a gut feeling or something you hear deep in your mind, it could be a fleeting vision that constantly nags your attention.
Expand your awareness and tap into deeper levels of consciousness at Discover Your Intuitive Self: Part 1 on Saturday and Sunday, November 7th and 8th.
This will take place from 9.30am until 5pm each day at Angel Mews. Facilitators Dr Karen Simons and Deryn Higgins will be your guides through this intensive two-day class, where you will explore and learn about Intuitive Energy, Auras, The Human Energy Field, Reading Energy, Spirit Guides, Meditation and more.
The cost is $250, whcih includes a light lunch and snacks. A deposit of $75 is required by September 30th to secure your space.
For more information, or to register, contact My Sereni-Tea on the 4th floor of the Bermudiana Arcade on 296-2114 or 292-1409.
Save the Date: Quick Recap of Upcoming Bermuda Events
Free Meditation Workshop – September 9th
**NEW Bermuda National Library’s Summer Film Series: BNL Cultural Studies Film – September 9th
Psychosocial First Aid Course – starts September 11th
**NEW Press Play: Improv Theatre and Live Expressions from Surprise Guests – September 11th
Raleigh Bermuda Hamilton Harbour Casino Classic – September 12th
Tumble Tots Fall Term – starts September 12th
St. George Rotary Fish Fry – September 12th
Sunset Wine Tasting Cruise – September 12th
Mike and Alana at The Folk Club – September 12th
**NEW Youth Sports Expo 2015 – September 12th
2015 CMS 5K Walk/Run – September 13th
**NEW Dinah Chapman: Guest Singer at Family Sunday Service – September 13th
Vision Talk: Sharing the Experience of Vision Loss – September 14th
Splash for Teal Aqua Aerobics – September 15th
Facebook for Business – September 15th to October 1st
L’Alliance Française des Bermudes Ciné Club: Les Souvenirs – September 15th
**NEW Bermuda National Library’s Summer Film Series: Farming – September 16th
**NEW BMDS presents Communicating Doors – September
16th to 19th and 23rd to 26th 21st to 26th
Joe Live in Concert – September 19th
Sister 2 Sister – September 19th
**NEW Wine Tasting Sunset Cruise – September 19th
2nd Annual Tomasz Tabor Memorial Golf Tournament & Raffle – September 21st
**NEW Bermuda National Library’s Summer Film Series: BNL Film – September 23rd
**NEW Emerging Risk Management and Compliance Seminar – September 24th
**NEW P.A.L.S. Mad Hair Day 2015 and Mad Hair Party – September 25th
Sportz Mania 2015 Fall Multi-Sport Programs – starts September 26th
3rd Annual Break the Silence Luncheon – September 26th
**NEW Oasis of Stillness: Mini Meditation Retreat – September 26th
**NEW An Afternoon with Tish Rabe – September 26th
**NEW Songs and Opera Arias – September 26th
Masterworks AOK Golf Tournament – September 27th
Break the Silence 5K Run/Walk – September 27th
**NEW Bermuda Red Cross Open House – September 29th
**NEW Bermuda National Library’s Summer Film Series: St. George’s: A Town Ancient and Loyal – September 30th
**NEW Grief Support Group – starts October 1st
Tiaras and Bow Ties: Daddy-Daughter Princess Dance – October 3rd
Masterworks Contemporaries Off the Wall Party – October 3rd
**NEW Friends of Hospice: Annual Glow Party – October 3rd
**NEW Awake: The Life of Yogananda – October 4th
Goddess Wellness Retreat – October 8th to 12th
SPCA Open House and Expo – October 10th
**NEW Vision Talk: Devices and Techniques Used for Daily Living – October 12th
Bermuda Tattoo 2015 – October 22nd to 24th
**NEW Bermuda All-Breed Dog Shows – October 24th and 25th
**NEW Trunk or Treat – October 31st
**NEW Discover Your Intuitive Self: Part 1 – November 7th and 8th
Christmas Fair at Christ Church, Warwick – November 28th
Bermuda SPCA’s 19th Annual Paws to the Park – March 6th
Exhibits at Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art
- Karl Struss and the Dawn of Tourism – February 27th to September 30th
- Charman Prize Past Winners 2008-2013 – September 11th to 23rd
Exhibits at Bermuda National Gallery (until November 28th unless otherwise stated)
- Marking Territory: A Focus on Bermuda’s Landscape
- Highlights from the Young Collection
- Highlights of the BNG Collection
Exhibits at Bermuda Arts Centre at Dockyard
- Tranquility – August 30th to September 25th
Exhibits at Bermuda Society of Arts
- Kaleidoscope Arts Foundation’s Annual BSoA Show: Art & … – September 4th to 29th
- **NEW 2015 MindFrame PhotoVoice Art Exhibition – October 2nd to 20th
- **NEW Boat Works by Milton Hill – October 2nd to 20th
Enjoy the rest of the week!