October 28th, 2015: Bermuda Events Update
Morning Ladies and Gents!
Well, I guess we need to face up to the face that winter is well on its way – don’t forget to put your clocks back this weekend. Hope you all enjoy your extra hour of sleep (NOTE: This only applies if you don’t have kids). Here is the latest update on Bermuda’s best events:
Keep the young ones entertained with Mid-Term Break Activities at the Youth Library on Wednesday and Thursday, October 28th and 29th.
Two movies based on children’s books will be screened on the Wednesday. The first will start at 10am, running for 104 minutes while the second will start at 2.30pm, running for 101 minutes. Both are rated PG.
On the Thursday, children can enjoy Haunted Tales with John Cox at 10am.
The cost of each event is $5 and registration is required.
For more information, contact 295-0487.
There are four new exhibits are currently showing at the Bermuda Society of Arts (BSoA) in City Hall.
BSoA is excited to be exhibiting the works of their member artists for this year’s Members’ Fall Show. Also exhibiting in the Edinburgh Gallery is Janet Percy with a beautiful marine show, while Studio A hosts Gretchen Gurr’s interpretation of Bermuda’s beauty in Pen & Ink. Studio B has Kok Wan Lee‘s first ever photography show with proceeds going to the Sunshine League.
Opening hours are from 10am until 4pm, Monday to Friday, and from 10am until 2pm on Saturdays. The exhibits will run until Tuesday, November 17th.
Admission is free, although donations are appreciated, and all are welcome.
For more information, contact 292-3824 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.bsoa.bm.
The Bermuda Arts Centre at Dockyard has unveiled their new exhibit, Fantastic Four.
This exhibit showcases the work of artists Nahed Eid, Christopher Grimes, Christopher Marson, and Chesley Trott. The Arts Centre is open daily from 10am until 5pm and is wheelchair accessible.
The show will remain open until November 20th and admission is free.
For more information, contact email@example.com or 234 2809, or visit www.ArtBermuda.com.
The Charman Prize is the prestigious art award hosted by Masterworks and entries are currently on display at the Butterfield Family Gallery.
Established in 2008 by local businessman and avid art collector John Charman, this show is a wonderful opportunity to showcase the extraordinary range of artistic talent in the local community. With 120 pieces of artwork being displayed by artists of all styles, medium and abilities, the artists are vying for the Grand Prize of $10,000.
Artwork is judged by a panel of experts on four criteria: design and composition (fine use of principles and elements), use of material (technical mastery of a chosen medium), distinctive and convincing style (a well-developed quality of creativity and originality), and source of inspiration (a clear intent and vision in addition to a well executed concept).
The exhibit will run until January 9th, 2016.
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.
Join author, former Senator and Police Commissioner Jonathan Smith for a Book Signing and Discussion on his new highly-anticipated book
Island Flames on Thursday, October 29th.
From 4pm until 7pm at the Bermuda National Library, Mr. Smith will be discussing Island Flames – Murder, Execution and Racial Enmity: The Real Story of Bermuda’s 1977 Riots. Brown & Co. will be selling books at the event.
There is no fee to attend and light refreshments will be served.
For more information, contact Kenisha Shakir on firstname.lastname@example.org or 299-0039.
See a sampling of the wide variety of products available to help people who have lost or are losing vision live healthy, active, and independent lives at a Display of Adaptive Equipment For People With Vision Loss on Thursday October 29th and Saturday October 31st.
This will be at Beacon House from noon until 3pm on the Thursday, and from 10am until noon on the Saturday.
In addition to the products on display, catalogs will be available to browse, and individuals can place orders for items they would like to purchase. Payment by cash or cheque is required when the order is placed. Remember, many of these items will make great holiday gifts.
This event is free.
For more information, contact the Bermuda Society For The Blind at 292-3231 or email@example.com.
Promising exceptional quality at fairy tale prices, the Over the Moon Kids’ Consignment Fall/Winter Sale will be a four day event from Thursday, October 29th until Sunday, November 1st.
Located on the intersection of Middle Road and Cobb’s Hill in Warwick, shopping hours will be from 6pm until 9.30pm on the Thursday, 9am until 8pm on the Friday, 9am until 6pm on the Saturday, and 2pm until 6pm on the Sunday.
This is an opportunity to shop hundreds of new and gently-used items for kids, including clothes, shoes, toys, books, baby items, maternity wear, games, puzzles, electronic toys, gift packages, car seats, bouncers, Christmas outfits, and so much more.
Thursday will be a pre-sale, where you can shop early for the best stuff at the best prices, from 6pm until 9.30pm. Early bird passes are available at the door and admit two people. The cost is $5 which admits 2 people. There is no cover charge for the other three shopping days and items will sell for half-price on the Sunday.
For more information, visit www.MyConsignmentsale.com/moonkids.
Raising money and awareness on men’s health, MOvember: Shave the Date will be happening on Friday, October 30th.
From 5.30pm until 8pm at Outback, this Shave Off event will allow the gents to start growing their Movember tache on a clean canvas. As well as registering those who haven’t already, they will also be doing a clean shave of all the participants’ moustaches and taking photos of each participant.
New for 2015 is the option to wear a bowtie if you can’t or won’t grow a moustache. Men, women and teams are all encouraged to register and either grow or bow to raise money and awareness. You can share your progress on social media using the hashtag #MovemberBDA.
All proceeds go towards their men’s health outreach programmes like their Free men’s health clinic on November 19th, their Doctor’s Voucher Programme where they pay for doctor’s visits for men who cannot afford to do so, and their Equal Access Programme that pays for men to get screenings at BCHC.
There is no admission fee for the Shave the Date event.
For more infomation, or to register to grow a moustache/wear a bowtie, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.Movember.bm.
WKD presents #WKDHalloween at The Docksider Pub and Restaurant on Friday, October 30th.
From 10pm until 3am, you can enjoy drink specials, including $5 WKD, $5 Fireball and $5 Moonshine, with music courtesy of Rusty G, YGS, Jim Brown, New Era and Markie T of VIBE 103. You can also expect WKD Girls, giveaways, a spooky smoke lounge and face-painting. Costumes are preferred and there will be a free WKD or Moonshine shot for the first 100 ladies. You are also invited to follow Pitt & Company for the chance to win free tickets.
Tickets are $20 in advance from Kit ‘n’ Caboodle, Docksider’s, DJs and the promo team, or more on the door.
For more information, contact DJ Scoobay At Djscoobay@gmail.com.
Enjoy a high-energy Halloween night bash as Mountain Dew Kickstart presents Haunted House Party on Saturday, October 31st.
Promising the best spooky, scary, sexy fun of the year, doors open at 9pm at the Docksider Pub and Restaurant. From then until 3am, you can expect a special Halloween Light Show, free Mountain Dew Kickstart samples, a custom Kickstart Photo-Stop, drinking games and beer pong, cash prizes for best costumes, custom Kickstart Shot and Cocktail Specials, and sponsor giveaways.
Playing nothing but high-energy party music, including Top 40, EDM, Oldies, Soca, and more, and your scary soundtrack will be provided by DJ Smokey, DJ Shirlz, Supatone and DJ Pow.
Tickets are $15 in advance from Docksiders, DJs, and promo team, or $20 at the door.
For more information, contact Nathan at email@example.com or 704-0330.
Secrets Boutique presents their Halloween Jam, Tricks or Beatz on Saturday, October 31st.
From 10pm until 3am at Hamilton Fire Station, this event is for the mature people looking to have a good time, with music courtesy of D’General and D’Nice.
Exclusively for over-25s, this is a costume-only party and only those on the guest list will be admitted.
To be included on the guest list, you can purchase a ticket from Secrets Boutique for $25.
For more information, contact 295-0651 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Voodoo Wahoo will be performing live at Hog Penny on Halloween Night and are looking forward to being creepy and spooky all over you on Saturday, October 31st.
From 10pm until close, you can enjoy the new rock music you want to hear and the classic tunes you love, including tunes from The Killers, Bruno Mars, Imagine Dragons, Mumford & Sons, Pearl Jam, The Who, The Verve, Alice Cooper, the Ramones and original music.
The band line-up will include Will Black on vocals / guitars, Keith White on guitars / vocals, Mike Jardine on bass and Nick Wadson on drums.
There is no cover charge.
For more information, contact Hog Penny at 292-2534.
The November edition of the monthly Ciné Club from L’Alliance Française des Bermudes will be showing Le Concert (The Concert) at 8pm on Tuesday, November 3rd.
Screening in the Tradewinds Auditorium at BUEI, this French melodrama/musical with English subtitles is from director Radu Mihaileanu with Melanie Laurent, Miou-Miou and François Berleand.
Le Concert tells the story of Andrei Filipov who, at the time of Brezhnev, was the greatest conductor in the Soviet Union and he directed the famous Bolshoi Orchestra. But after refusing to abandon his Jewish musicians, including his best friend Sacha, he was fired in full glory. Thirty years later, he still works at the Bolshoi, but as a cleaner. One evening, when Andrei has stayed late to polish the premise’s teacher’s desk, he comes across a fax addressed to the Director, this is an invitation by the Theatre du Chatelet inviting the Bolshoi orchestra to come and play in Paris … Suddenly, Andrei has a crazy idea: why not bring together his old musician friends, now living doing odd jobs, and take them to Paris, passing them off as the Bolshoi? The long-awaited opportunity to finally take their revenge…
Ticket holders are also entitled to 10% off at Harbourfront (food only) – please mention the lecture when booking to avail of the discount and note that it cannot be combined with any other special offers. For dinner reservations call 295-4207.
Tickets are available at the door and cost $5 for AF/BUEI members, $10 for non-members and $5 for students.
Full details can be found at www.AllianceFrancaise.bm.
Come and experience the benefits of Qi Gong with classes starting on Thursday, November 5th.
This will take place at Sankofa: The Wellness Center on Chancery Lane every Thursday from 5.30pm until 6.30pm.
The cost is $100 per month and space is limited.
For more information, or to register, contact email@example.com.
Getting all dressed up for the holiday season can get expensive but luckily the Thrift Shop (Upstairs Closet) at the Bermuda Red Cross have come to the rescue with their annual Evening Wear Sale on Saturday, November 7th.
From 8.30am until 2pm , you can browse specially priced and gently used evening dresses, shirts, blouses, slacks, shoes, handbags, tuxedos and accessories, meaning that you can select your posh frock and support the Bermuda Red Cross at the same time.
Between November 2nd and 6th, you can also check out their Facebook Page for some sneak peeks on what will be sale.
For more information, contact Suzanne DeCouto, Fundraising & Marketing Manager, on 236-8253 ext 223 or Fundraising@bermudaredcross.com.
Discover an afternoon of free information sharing at the Education Expo: Resources, Activities, Services for Students on Saturday, November 7th
Running from noon until 4pm in the MSA Auditorium, the Expo will feature a wide variety of services and activities available in the community for school-aged children. Exhibits include tutoring, languages, art, dance, health, and much more.
Balloons, face painting, and refreshments will be available for purchase, so bring the kids!
There is no entry fee.
For more information, contact Cathy Sousa on firstname.lastname@example.org or 535-1288.
Get ready for a great night of fights at Bascome v Reyes on Saturday, November 7th.
Doors to the Fairmont Southampton’s Poinciana Ballroom open at 7pm and, from the first bout at 8pm, you can enjoy a full night of boxing with Bermuda’s Nikki Bascome taking on Mexico’s Reyes in the headline event. The fight card is packed with fighters from Canada and Mexico who will take on other Bermuda boxers.
Tickets are $50 for general admission, $95 for ringside VIPs, and are available from the International Sports Shop, AF Smith and www.pTix.bm.
The 2015 World Rugby Classic comes alive with the official Kick Off Party at Pier 6 on Saturday, November 7th.
Door open at 8pm and from then until 1am, you are invited to come down and party with the best rugby fans on the island as well as some of the best players on the planet. This is a great opportunity to hang out with players from the British & Irish Lions, South Africa, Argentina, Italy, France, USA, Canada and New Zealand.
Pier 6 will be alive with the sounds of Bermuda’s hottest DJ’s and there is no better way to start one of the biggest and best sporting weeks that Bermuda has to offer. There will be numerous bars for refreshments and food available on the premises. This is a limited ticket only event and is also strictly for over-21s.
Tickets are $35 and available from www.pTix.bm.
For more information, visit www.WorldRugby.bm.
With many pre-World Cup Tests in the summer and then the World Cup itself, running from the 18th September to the 31st October, it has been a great year of rugby so far!
Giving everyone the chance to enjoy the camaraderie of the sport following a diet of 6 weeks of television, the 28th World Rugby Classic starts on Sunday, November 8th, running until Saturday, November 14th.
The First Round Matches will be on Sunday, November 8th, with gates opening at 12.30pm. The first game, Argentina vs. France, will be at 2.30pm, then Canada vs The Classic Lions at 4pm.
On Monday, November 9th, gates open at 5.45pm and more First Round Matches will include South Africa vs. United States at 7.15pm and then Italy vs. New Zealand at 8.30pm.
After resting up on the Tuesday gates will open at 5.45pm on the Wednesday. The Plate Semi-Final will start at 7.30pm with Loser A playing Loser B, followed by the Classic Semi-Final with Winner A against Winner B at 8.45pm.
On Thursday, November 12th, the first game will be the Plate Semi-Final at 7.30pm which will pit Loser C against Loser D, and then the Classic Semi-Final at 8.45pm will have Winner C against Winner D.
By the last day, Saturday, November 15th, you can expect to see a lot of ill-looking people who have aged about ten years due to a combination of alcohol consumption and lack of sleep. Gates will open at 5pm, with the Plate Final at 7.15pm, the Classic Final at 8.30pm.
Live entertainment will be available in the Tent Tavern from just after the games (around 9.30pm/10pm) until 1am on the Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday nights. On the Sunday, the start time will also be after the games from around 5.30pm/6pm but with an earlier finish time of around 10pm. Fresh from DJ’ing at one of Ibiza’s largest clubs, DJ Dan Ho will be providing the entertainment again this year, and will be accompanied by the Kennel Boys performing on the Wednesday and Saturday nights.
There are a few different options for admission:
- The Members Tent is the VIP facility at the Classic where they entertain sponsors and invited guests with a magnificent buffet by Fourways, copious amounts of wine by Gosling’s and an Open Bar. Badges for the Members Tent are available for purchase while tables of ten may be reserved with the client’s name prominently displayed. A Five Day Badge cost $1,200 per person. Daily badges are also available at at cost of $250 per day for Sunday and Monday and $300 per day for Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday. Tickets are available from www.pTix.bm.
- The Classic Club tent is the “watering hole” for the visiting players where food and drinks are available at reduced prices. The Five Day Badge costs $650 per person and $1,100 per couple. Daily badges are also available at at cost of $150 per day for Sunday to Thursday and $250 per day for Saturday. Tickets are available from www.pTix.bm.
- General admission is $25 daily or $100 for a 5 Day Pass.
For more information, visit www.WorldRugby.bm.
Promising a night of real reggae classics, like it used to be, Carlsberg is proud to present Veterans in Action’s 10 Year Anniversary Concert on Tuesday, November 10th.
This will take place in the BAA Gymnasium where doors open at 8pm, with showtime at 9.30pm when you can hear two of the best reggae singers of the late 80s and early 90s, performing live, direct from Kingston, Jamaica.
Tony Curtis will be singing hits like Faith, Want You Back, Soundboy Murder, If You Were Here, and many more, while Leroy Gibbon will be singing hits like Magic Moment, Four Season Lover, Missing You, and many more.
There will also be live performances by Bermuda’s own Ramon Crark, Riva, and Hype Type, with music by Culture Shock Radio with Donnie, Blacka and Gibbo, Blackstar, Juggling J, and Souljah 1. This event is sponsored by Carlsberg, Johnnie Walker Black, Pepsi and Trip.bm.
Advance tickets are $40 regular, $75 VIP (only 50 available), and available from Fish n Tings, Peoples Pharmacy, Belvins Stores, Somers in St George’s, Kit ‘n’ Caboodle, Hunt Liquors in Warwick, or online at www.BDAtix.bm.
For more information, contact email@example.com or 707-2109.
You are invited to the Saltus Graduate Years (SGY) Programme Information Session on Thursday, November 12th.
The Course Fair will run from 4pm until 5pm, followed by a presentation at 5.15pm. Highlights of the SGY programme at Saltus include 18 Advanced Placement (AP) courses offered; 40 years of AP experience; Saltus AP results above global average; international recognition of APs; 4 Bermuda National AP Scholars in SGY 2015 (plus 16 additional AP Scholars); over 90% of graduates accepted to first choice of university; more than 40 years of university guidance; placements in top North American and UK universities; and school tours to universities in Canada and the UK.
There will also be an SGY Taster Morning on Thursday, November 19th. This will be from 8.15am until 11am, followed by a tour of the campus from 11am to noon. To register for this SGY Taster Morning, email Mrs. Nicole Chichon-De Silva at firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, November 13th.
For more information, or to register for the SGY Taster Morning, contact 292-6177 or email@example.com.
For two days only, you are invited to join another exciting event presented by The Garden Club of Bermuda at Art in Bloom 2015 on Thursday and Friday, November 12th and 13th.
From 10am until 4pm each day, you will have the chance to discover how art can be translated into floral design. Sixteen ladies from the USA are coming to Bermuda from November 10th to 15th and will be hosted by The Garden Club of Bermuda. Apart from discovering the Island, they will recreate some of the artwork from the Charman Prize exhibit using plant material (foliage, flowers, wood, etc.), Art in Bloom will only be up for two days because they are dealing with fresh plants which will not last in the museum.
General admission is $5, or free for members and children under 12.
For more information, contact 299-4000, or visit www.GardenClubBermuda.org.
Put your brain to the test at the Fundraising Quiz Night at Wesley Methodist Church on Friday, November 13th.
Doors open at 6.15pm and the quiz, hosted by Quizmaster Mike Bishop, starts at 7pm. There will be prizes to be won and food is available for purchase. The cost is $5 for a large piece of pizza (pepperoni or cheese), $8 for a homemade chili bowl with rice (beef or vegetable), $2 sodas/water/juice, and $1 tea/coffee. To avoid disappointment, please reserve your team and order food in advance.
The cost for the quiz is $10 per person for teams of up to 6 people. All proceeds will go to the Wesley Food Hamper Program, providing weekly supplies to our brothers and sisters in need.
For more information, or to book your spot, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 505-1256.
Calling all mamas, mamas-to-be and general bargain hunters, the semi-annual MAMA Car Boot Sale will be at Mount St. Agnes on Saturday, November 14th.
From 9am until noon, you can pick up some great bargains on infant and children’s clothes, toys and other great finds.
This event is open to all, MAMA members and the public alike.
For more information, visit www.mama.bm.
AquaFit Bermuda will be hosting Worldwide Aquathon Day at the National Sports Centre pool on Saturday, November 14th.
This is a global event and Bermuda will be hosting for the first time along with 70+ other countries. You are invited to participate by joining a class or making a donation to the Bermuda Cancer and Health Centre for their Radiation Therapy initiative. From 9am until noon, this aqua aerobics exercise class will be broken into three 55 minute time slots. Participants can do one or all three classes.
Registration and pledge forms are available at Sportseller and Bermuda Cancer and Health Centre.
The cost is $10 per session, or $30 for all 3 sessions, and spaces are limited. The registration deadline is November 6th. Online donations can be made on the Bermuda Cancer and Health Centre website.
For more information, contact email@example.com.
Now in its 10th year, the spoke-tacular Tokio Youth Mountain Bike Series will be back on Saturday, November 14th.
This free, family-friendly series, sponsored by Tokio Millennium Re and Bicycle Works, has the aim to introduce primary school aged children to cycling as a way to help promote physical fitness and healthy lifestyles.
There are 6 events held at the Arboretum at 4pm on Saturdays November 14th, 21st and 28th, then January 9th, 16th, and 23rd.
At the end of the series one child’s name will be drawn as the grand prize winner to take home a bike from Bicycle Works.
Registration opens 45 minutes prior to the event and children must bring their own helmet, bike and sport shoes. All participants will receive a goodie bag when they register for the first time.
Entry forms are available at www.TokioMillennium.com or at Bicycle Works.
For more information, contact Zoë Kempe. Event Coordinator, on 338-3077 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The November edition of the Bermuda Docs Weekend Film Series will be on Sunday, November 15th in the usual location of the Tradewinds Auditorium at BUEI.
The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution will be showing at 3pm. This is a vibrant chronicle of the pivotal movement that birthed a new revolutionary culture in America.
This will be followed at 5.15pm by The Case Against 8. Award-winning documentary is a behind-the-scenes look inside the historic case to overturn California’s ban on same-sex marriage.
Tickets are $15 and available at Oceans Gift Shop or by calling 294-0204.
For more information, visit www.BermudaDocs.com.
Promising another lively and thought-provoking evening, PechaKucha Bermuda is hosting its 13th Edition on Friday, November 20th.
From 6pm until 9pm at the RAA Club in the East End, eight different presenters will speak on a subject they are passionate about concerning entrepreneurship. They will each show twenty slides and only speak for twenty seconds on each slides and then the audience will have a couple of minutes to ask a few questions. Then it is on to the next presentation giving only a total of ten minutes for each presenter.
Food and drink will be available for sale so you will not have to leave the premises, and they promise you won’t want to.
Entry is free but donations will be accepted.
For more information, contact Nicky at email@example.com.
Promising an evening to remember, the Caledonian Society of Bermuda’s St. Andrew’s Ball will take place at the Hamilton Princess & Beach Club on Saturday, November 28th.
The event kicks off with a cocktail reception (cash bar) from 6.30pm until 7.30pm. You are then seated at 8pm for dinner, served after the Grand March and MC’s welcome. The four-course dinner with wine will be followed by the ceilidh portion of the evening (Scottish dancing, pronounced kay-lee), with live music from the Bermuda Islands Pipe Band, and then you can dance the night away with a DJ until 2am.
You do NOT need to be Scottish to attend – you just have to enjoy good food, good company, drinking, dancing, or all of the above, as a good mix of fun people from around the world attend Caledonian Society events.
Don’t worry if you don’t know the moves – they will teach you! There will be a free practice run at the Police Recreation Club in Prospect on the Wednesday before the Ball (November 25th from 7pm until 9.30pm) to show you the basics. The practice run is a great night out in itself but, even if you miss that, you will be able to pick it up easily on the night. The Ball is all about having fun while raising money for charity, so there is no need to stress about getting it absolutely right.
Dress code is black tie and tickets are $175 each, including everything but additional drinks. Tickets can be purchased for individuals, couples or whole tables (tables are either for 10 or 12 people). Stephanie Roos will be coordinating the seating arrangements and you can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also pay for your tickets online at www.pTix.bm.
The Elbow Beach Iyengar Yoga Centre invite you to their Weekend Yoga Intensive Workshop from Friday, March 11th to Sunday, March 13th.
The workshop will run from 6pm to 9pm on the Friday, and then from 9am until 1pm on the Saturday and Sunday, and is a rare opportunity to be taught by visiting Senior Iyengar Teacher, Richard Agar Ward from the UK, who has over 38 years of Iyengar Yoga teaching experience.
The cost of this three-day weekend workshop is $300. One year yoga experience is required and advance booking is essential.
For more information, or to register, contact Kirsten Agar Ward, Senior Iyengar Teacher, at email@example.com or 705-5553.
Save the Date: Quick Recap of Upcoming Bermuda Events
Friends of the College Library Book Sale – October 19th to 30th
Lobster Fest – October 28th
**NEW Mid-Term Break Activities at the Youth Library – October 28th and 29th
Dungeon Of Doom – October 28th to 31st
**NEW Bermuda Connections with Jonathan Smith – October 29th
Glow Worms Safari and Costume Party – October 29th and 30th
**NEW Display of Adaptive Equipment For People With Vision Loss – October 29th and 31st
**NEW Over the Moon Kids’ Consignment Fall/Winter Sale – October 29th to November 1st
Mariners RFC Halloween Party – October 30th
**NEW MOvember: Shave the Date – October 30th
**NEW WKD Halloween – October 30th
Trunk or Treat – October 31st
FarmFest 2015 – October 31st
Zombie Walk – October 31st
Halloween Carnival – October 31st
Bermuda Botanical Society Plant Sale – October 31st
Rugby World Cup (RWC) Final Party – October 31st
Halloween Spooktacular and VIP Tea Party – October 31st
**NEW Kickstart presents Haunted House Party at Dockies – October 31st
**NEW Tricks Or Beatz Halloween Jam – October 31st
**NEW Voodoo Wahoo Halloween Performance at Hog Penny – October 31st
Skippy Kick 28 – November 1st
A Celebration of Mark Twain: Lecture by Cindy Lovell – November 3rd
**NEW L’Alliance Française des Bermudes Ciné Club: Le Concert – November 3rd
**NEW Qi Gong Class – starts November 5th
**UPDATED An Intimate Evening with Internationally Acclaimed Medium Jeanine Glynn – November 5th and 6th
James Bond Spectre Movie Premier Event – November 6th
BMDS Wine Tasting – November 7th
**NEW Thrift Shop (Upstairs Closet) Evening Wear Sale – November 7th
**NEW Education Expo: Resources, Activities, Services for Students – November 7th
**NEW Bascome v Reyes – November 7th
**NEW 2015 World Rugby Classic Kick Off Party – November 7th
Discover Your Intuitive Self: Part 1 – November 7th and 8th
Bermuda Chamber Choir: A Crowning Occasion – November 7th and 8th
Discover Your Intuitive Self: Part 1 – November 8th
**NEW World Rugby Classic 2015 – November 8th to 14th
**NEW Veterans in Action Concert – November 10th
**NEW Saltus Graduate Years Programme Information Session – November 12th
Yoga Ropes Workshop – November 13th
**NEW Fundraising Quiz Night – November 13th
Psychosocial First Aid Course – starts November 14th
**NEW MAMA Car Boot Sale – November 14th
**NEW Worldwide Aquathon Day – November 14th
**NEW Tokio Youth Mountain Bike Series – November 14th
Mental Illness Awareness Campaign – November 15th
Bermuda Plein Air Festival – November 14th to 21st
2015 Annual Student Art Competition Deadline – November 19th
PartnerRe Art Lecture Series featuring Franklin Hill Perrell – November 19th
KATKiDS Night Market – November 20th
**NEW Pechakucha Bermuda 13 Edition – November 20th
Christmas at Norwood – November 21st
Somersfield Academy’s Peddlers Porch – November 21st
**NEW Tokio Youth Mountain Bike Series – November 21st
Bugsy Malone – November 25th to 28th
Christmas Fair at Christ Church, Warwick – November 28th
Elegancia – November 28th
Live Love Laugh Comedy Show – November 28th
**NEW Tokio Youth Mountain Bike Series – November 28th
**NEW The Caledonian Society of Bermuda’s St. Andrew’s Ball – November 28th
Raleigh Bermuda 2016 Programme Information Session #1 – December 14th
**NEW Tokio Youth Mountain Bike Series – January 9th
Raleigh Bermuda 2016 Programme Information Session #2 – January 13th
**NEW Tokio Youth Mountain Bike Series – January 16th
**NEW Tokio Youth Mountain Bike Series – January 23rd
Bermuda SPCA’s 19th Annual Paws to the Park – March 6th
**NEW Weekend Intensive Yoga – March 11th to 13th
Exhibits at Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art
- **NEW Charman Prize 2015 – October 9th to January 9th
- Homer’s Cafe Show: Carlos Dill – October 16th to November 19th
- Kaufmann & Perinchief: Different Strokes – October 23rd to November 4th
- **NEW Art in Bloom 2015 – November 12th and 13th
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
**NEW Exhibits at Bermuda Arts Centre at Dockyard
- Fantastic Four – October 25th to November 20th
**NEW Exhibits at Bermuda Society of Arts – October 23rd to November 17th
- Onions Gallery: BSoA Members’ Fall Show
- Studio A: Gretchen Gurr Cooney: Pen & Ink
- Studio B: Kok Wan Lee Photography Show
- Edinburgh Gallery: Janet Percy
Enjoy the rest of the week!