December 2nd, 2015: Bermuda Events Update

Morning Boys and Girls!

 

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Well, after this, there are only three more posts to be published in 2015 so keep submitting all your events to http://nothingtodoinbermuda.com/submit-your-event.html so I can let the island know about them!  Hope you’re all making the most of what is left of this year – if you need some inspiration, here is the latest update on seasonal fun in Bermuda:

 

 

 

 

1203 Colwyn Burchall

Bermuda National Library presents the latest in their Bermuda Connections Series as they invite you to join author, educator and literacy specialist Colwyn Burchall on Thursday, December 3rd.

From 5pm until 8pm, there will be a book reading, sale and discussion of his highly anticipated book, They Called Him ‘Roose’ : Paulu Kamarakafego and the Making of a Bermudian Revolutionary.

This event is free.

For more information, contact ejhollis@gov.bm.

 

1203 Saltus Carols for All

Some merry melodies can be heard in St. John’s Church as Saltus Grammar School presents their annual Carols For All concert on Thursday, December 3rd.

This will start at 7pm and promises a wonderful start to the holiday season.

Admission is free.

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

 

 

 

 

1203 Great Gunpowder Plot 1775

Come out for an evening of treason, murder and mystery at Gunpowder Plot: The Defining Story By Michael G. Marsh, the latest in the series of BUEI Talks on Thursday, December 3rd.

There have been many inconsistencies, myths, and un-answerable questions about the Great Gunpowder Plot of 1775. Local author, Mike Marsh, will unfold this fascinating story and answer many of the questions. There will be signed copies of ‘The Defining Story of Bermuda’s Great Gunpowder Plot 1775’ available on the night and local artist and musician, Michael Cacy will perform for the first time a Folk Calypso song about the plot. Peter Frith of the Bermuda National Trust will kick off the evening with a welcome.  A book signing will be at 7pm.

The lecture will start at 7.30pm in the Tradewinds Auditorium and Harbourfront are offering a 10% discount (food only) 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 and note that it cannot be combined with any other special offers.  For dinner reservations call 295-4207.

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

 

1204 Gift of Giving

Gina Spence Productions and Bermuda Economic Development Corporation presents The Gift of Giving on Friday, December 4th.

This will be held from 6pm until 9pm at at Union Square (Place’s Cafe Parking lot) where there will be giveaway prizes including turkeys, hams and Christmas trees.  You can also expect live entertainment, Gombeys, face painting, fun castle and a special appearance from Santa.

Admission is free.

For more information, contact 707- 5224.

 

 

1204 St David's Christmas Party

St. David’s County Cricket Club will be having their 2015 Christmas Party on Friday, December 4th.

This will run from 8pm until 2am, with music by DJ B-Rock.  There will also be raffles with part proceeds towards medical expenses for Malinda O’Connor.

There is no entry fee.

For more information, contact stdavidsccc@gmail.com or call 297-0449 after 6 pm.

 

 

 

1204 Bristol Cellar Red Nose Sale

Bristol Cellar has announced their Red Nose Warehouse Wine Sale on Friday and Saturday, December 4th and 5th.

The sale will take place at their warehouse at Wellbottom from 4pm until 7pm on the Friday and from 9am until 4pm on the Saturday.

Since the holidays are the perfect time to spend with family and friends, they suggest that you celebrate with some great value wines found at their sale.  There will also be olive oil, food supplements (smoothie green powders and protein powders) and more.

For more information, contact 238-8076 or visit their Facebook Page.

 

1204 Elves at Peoples

With the excitement of Christmas drawing near, the Elves are here to spread their cheer as Santa’s Elves Arrive at People’s on Friday, December 4th

From 6pm until 8pm every Friday until Christmas, you can meet the Elves and ride the Elf Express during late night shopping.  The Elf Express is a train that will take passengers on a ride around Hamilton, departing every 15 minute, with both drop off and pick up at People’s.  You will also be able to play their in-store contest for a chance to win great prizes.

For more information, contact People’s at info@peoples.bm or 292-7527.

 

 

 

 

Grab a bargain at the Peace Lutheran Church’s Car Boot Sale on Saturday, December 5th.

This will run from 9am until 2pm and promises lots of bargains on clothes, shoes, bags, toys, CDs, DVDs, jewellery, household items and a whole lot more.

For more information, contact Carol Carvalho on 747-3377.

 

 

0315 Car Boot Sale

A great opportunity for some Christmas shopping will be available at St. Anthony’s Church Christmas Fair and Car Boot Sale on Saturday, December 5th

This will run from 9am until 4pm and promises Portuguese Donuts, baked goods, raffles, special raffle baskets, lunch, bingo, White Elephant, toys, plants, books, a silent auction, and much more.  Santa will arrive at 1.45pm.

Car boot spots are available at a cost of $25.

For more information, or to book a table/spot, contact 236-2609.

 

Bringing a touch of Winter magic to the central parishes, Warwick Academy presents Warwick’s Wonderland Fair on Saturday, December 5th.

From 10am until 4pm, they promise something for everyone, with a Santa’s Hideaway, selfie booth, giant slide, White Elephant and book stall, games, live entertainment, dunk tank, food, raffles and much more.

Admission is free.

For more information, contact jonandkaty@northrock.bm.

 

Every wanted to try your hand at making jewellery? Feeling stuck thinking about what to give to your family this year?  Bermuda Rocks Jewellery may have the solution at their Make a Christmas Gift class every Saturday in the lead up to Christmas, starting on December 5th.

Suitable for ages 10 and up, you can drop in (or book in advance) at 2pm, 3pm or 4pm and learn how to make a gemstone bead and silver wire necklace, earrings or bracelet.

Classes are $95 per person, including all materials and endless tea.

For more information, or to book your spot in advance, contact eleanor@bermudarocks.com or 518-8246.

 

Indulge in a Bermudian tradition and a memorable occasion at Afternoon Tea at the luxurious Crown & Anchor Restaurant at the Hamilton Princess.

Every Saturday and Sunday from 3pm to 5pm, you can choose from a selection of fine teas and gourmet pastries served on their exquisitely designed Herend Porcelain.  The full menu can be found here.

There are two price options.  The first is $48 per person and includes orange juice, coffee, and tea infusions.  The second option is $68 per person, and includes 1 glass of champagne, orange juice, coffee and tea infusions.

For more information, contact Dining Reservations at 298-6628 298-2028.

 

A chance for youngsters to have some fun while embracing the spirit of giving at this time of year at the Hamilton Princess’ Teddy Bear High Tea on Saturdays, December 6th, 13th and 20th.

From 3pm until 5pm in Crown and Anchor, you can treat your kids to a special afternoon tea, with a menu full of delicious goodies made especially for them. They are also invited to bring along a teddy bear or stuffed animal that will be donated to charity. Santa Claus will be there every Sunday to hear what your kids would like to find under the tree on Christmas Day.

The Kid’s Tea is $29, plus gratuities, while the Teddy Bear Tea with Teddy Donation is $20, plus gratuities.

For more information, contact Dining Reservations at 298-6628 298-2028 or ham.diningreservations@fairmont.com.

 

1206 Book of Poetry

Shedding a light on her life journey told in her unique voice, E. Merle Brock Swan Williams, MBE, veteran educator and founder of the Adult Education Centre, will launch a book of poetry on Sunday, December 6th.

The poetry covers personal, social, cultural themes told in sometimes humorous, and at times emotionally heavy hitting language.

From 2.30pm in the Blue Room at Bermuda College (H115), Ms. Williams will meet and greet the guests, give readings and sell signed copies of the book.

 

 

 

As Bermuda approaches the festive season, the air is filled with presentations of Advent and Christmas music in various forms.  Wesley Methodist Church will present a Recital by the gifted young American Organist-Composer Chaz Bowers on Sunday, December 6th.

Mr. Bowers has a special interest in sacred music, and earned his Master’s degree from Duquesne University in Pennsylvania. The organist has also composed many sacred works for various vocal and instrumental combinations. For more about his studies, accomplishments and busy career visit website www.ChazBowers.net.

The recital will begin at 4pm and, for his Bermuda debut, Mr. Bowers’ programme of Advent and Christmas music will feature works by Bach, Guilimant and others, as well as his own compositions. There will also be some festive audience participation.

Tickets are $50 for Patrons, $30 for general admission, $15 for seniors/students and are available from The Music Box, Bermuda Bookstore, Wesley Church office (292-0418) and Gail Geiger (236-6881).
Proceeds are in aid of Wesley’s Organ Fund and Food Hamper programme.

 

Bermuda National Gallery will reopen on Monday, December 7th.

Exhibits will include the 2015 Annual Student Art Exhibition: Local Impact, Global Action: A Community Project on the World.

Highlights from The Young Collection will also be showcased, celebrating the diversity of our world through this important gift to the BNG.

Highlights of the BNG Collection will be on display in the Watlington Room and The Ondaatje Wing.

Opening hours are from 10am until 4pm, Monday to Friday, and from 10am until 2pm on Saturdays, closed on public holidays. The exhibit will run for the month of December.

Admission is $5 for adults and free for BNG members, NARM members, seniors, students and children.

For more information, visit www.bng.bm.

 

Come out and join us for a festive shopping experience at the Classy Style Jewelry Party on Thursday, December 10th.

From 6pm until 9pm at Thyme Restaurant, you can find great bargains as well as fantastic gift items as you enjoy the Classy Style Jewelry items on display this holiday season.  In addition, you will also get 10% off on food and drinks when you pay with cash.

Admission is free although attendees should RSVP online at https://www.facebook.com/events/1173870085960516/ or via email as limited space is available.

For more information, or to RSVP, contact htrott30@gmail.com or 518-1246.

 

The Continental Society of Bermuda invite you to join them for the 12 Martinis of Christmas at The Grand on Friday, December 11th.

From 6pm until 8pm, kick off the Christmas party season with a selection of holiday cocktails.

Tickets are $55 and, although they will be available on the door, advance purchase is recommended.  Your generous support will enable to assist Bermuda’s youth.

For more information, or to purchase advance tickets, contact continentalbda@gmail.com.

 

 

1211 BR50 Community Carol Concert

The final event in the Royal Bermuda Regiment’s 50th Anniversary calendar brings the celebratory year to a festive close with the BR50 Community Carol Concert on Friday, December 11th.

The concert will take place at the junction of Reid and Queen Streets, providing over an hour of entertainment for the whole family from 7pm.  This will be led by the Regiment’s Band and Corps of Drums, who will be joined by Somerset Brigade Band, Bermuda Philharmonic Society, Bermuda Youth Orchestra, Bermuda Chamber Choir, and Bermuda Islands Pipe Band.

You are invited to share in the spirit of Christmas and help spread joy throughout our community by attending this free event.

The Royal Bermuda Regiment 50th Anniversary Committee is very grateful for the support of the participating ensembles and the Corporation of Hamilton.

For more information, visit www.br50.bm.

 

Our furry friends are in need of a few things so the SPCA are running a Christmas Supply and Food Drive on Friday and Saturday, December 11th and 12th.

From 11am until 3pm on each day, you are invited to drop by their shelter with your donation, enjoy a cup of coffee or tea, check out their animal-related gift shop and visit with their cats up for adoption.

For more information, or the full wish list, visit www.spca.bm.

 

 

 

1211 ADHT Tour

The African Diaspora Heritage Trail (ADHT) Bermuda Foundation invite you to join them on a unique Guided Walking Tour of North East Hamilton with Mr. Charles Jeffers, raconteur extraordinaire on Fridays, December 11th and 18th.

Starting from 6.30pm at the corner of Court and Dundonald Streets, Mr. Jeffers will share the history, culture and personalities of the area through personal stories. In this hour-long tour, you can also learn about the entrepreneurship of persons of African descent who settled, worked and lived in the area from the late 1800s until the present.

A donation of $5 is requested.

For more information, contact maxine@adht.bm  or call 236-2266 and leave a message.

 

The December edition of the Department of Community & Cultural Affairs’ Historical Heartbeats Lecture Series will be the North Village Band and Friends Christmas Concert on Saturday, December 12th.

The festivities will run from 12.30pm until 2pm on the porch of the Bermuda Historical Society in Queen Elizabeth Park (formerly Par-la-Ville).

This is a free event and light refreshments will be served.

For more information, contact Folklife and Cultural Heritage Officer Dr. Kim Dismont Robinson on 292-1681 or kdrobinson@gov.bm.

 

1212 Boat Parade at the Hamilton Princess

It’s Bermuda’s largest single spectator event of the year and a wonderful way to entertain family and friends so the Hamilton Princess invite you to enjoy the Christmas Boat Parade with them on Saturday, December 12th.

Held in the Hamilton Harbour, participants can dress their boats up with Christmas Lights to showcase to spectators watching from land. Guests are welcome to the cash bar service outside of Crown & Anchor Restaurant (Beverage only) and dining reservations at Marcus’ and Crown & Anchor Restaurant.

For more information, contact Dining Reservations at 298-6628 298-2028.  Click here for general information on the Bermuda Boat Parade.

 

Mariners RFC would like to invite everyone aboard the MV Longtail for the Bermuda Boat Parade: Ugly Christmas Sweater Party on Saturday, December 12th.

From 6pm, you are invited to bring out your best/worst sweater and enjoy an evening of festive fun, including glow sticks, black lights and DJ Bam.  Maximum capacity is 200 people and the pick up location will be confirmed soon.

Tickets are $65, which includes all you can drink, and are available from any MRFC social member or on www.pTix.bm.

For more information, contact inash@afsmith.bm.  Click here for general information on the Bermuda Boat Parade.

 

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The Somerset 2015 Christmas Parade will take place on Sunday, December 13th.

This year’s parade starts from the Somerset Bus Terminal at 5pm, stopping at Caesar’s Pharmacy and ends at Somerset Cricket Club. Santa will then welcome children at his workshop at the Club, where you can also enjoy short performances by church groups and school children.  Refreshments will be available for purchase.

For more information, contact 336-1956.

 

Don’t miss out on BEPRO’S Networking Navidad on Thursday, December 17th.

From 6pm until 9pm at Muse, this will be a fun night to mingle and celebrate the season with your peers and some special guests while enjoying delectable hors d’oeuvres.

This event is free and all are welcome.

For more information, or to RSVP, contact beprobermuda@gmail.com.

 

Be one of the first to see the long-awaited return of Han, Luke and Leia to the big screen as Bermuda School of Music and Beyond Rugby present Star Wars: The Force Awakens on Thursday and Friday, December 17th and 18th.

Bermuda School of Music (Registered Charity #483) and Beyond Rugby (Registered Charity #378) will be hosting both events at Speciality Cinema & Grill.

Feature Showing 1 wil be the Opening Night on Thursday, December 17th.  The screening will be at 11pm and the cost is $35 per ticket.

Feature Showing 2 will include a Cocktail Party and Live Music on Friday, December 18th.  The reception will begin at 6pm, with the screening at 7pm and tickets cost $50 per person.

La Trattoria are also offering a later dinner at 9.45pm for movie-goers on the 18th.  Diners just need to call 295-1877 to make their reservation, stating that they will be coming from Star Wars.

All net proceeds will support the Bermuda School of Music Bursary Programme and Beyond Rugby.  This event is sponsored by Goslings Ltd and Fusion Design (DNA Group).

Tickets are available from www.pTix.bm.

For more information, contact Bermuda School of Music on 296-5100 ext 201.

 

1220 Pastry Cooking Class

Learn how to make some sweet treats from the experts at a Pastry Cooking Class at the Hamilton Princess on Sunday, December 20th.

From 2pm in the Crown & Anchor Restaurant kitchen, you can join Executive Pastry Chef Kevin Pannier as he demonstrates how to create mouth-watering pastries and desserts. He’ll be sure to ask you to join in to help so be prepared to roll up those sleeves. Afterwards, you can enjoy a light dinner in Crown & Anchor, with the dessert featuring what you’ve just learned to create.

The cost is $58, plus gratuities, and limited spaces are available.

For more information, or to reserve your spot, contact Dining Reservations at 298-6628 298-2028 or ham.diningreservations@fairmont.com.

 

Pembroke Hamilton Club (PHC) will host its annual Christmas Party on Sunday, December 20th.

The party will begin at 6.30pm at the OHC Building on Reid Street, following the football match at PHC Field featuring Robin Hood and PHC Zebras. Special DJs for the evening will be Jim Brown and Hailey Hypes and a cash bar will be available.

Women and PHC members are free while all others are $10.

For more information, contact PHCZebrasBDA@gmail.com.

 

 

 

Cafe Lido invite you to come celebrate Christmas Day with them at their Full International Brunch Buffet on Friday, December 25th.

This extravagant brunch will feature an extensive selection of hot and cold appetizers accompanied by a delicious array of salads, cold cuts, pasta, sushi, meat and fish dishes (including carvery items and vegetarian choices) topped off by a spectacular Christmas Dessert Buffet.

There are two sittings available.  The first is between 11am and 11.30am and the second sitting is between 1.30pm and 2pm.

The brunch is $75 per adults and $38 for children under 10, exclusive of 17% gratuities.

For more information, or to make a reservation, contact 236-9884 or manager@lido.bm.

 

The Hamilton Princess have worked hard to take the worry out of your Christmas Day so, after you’ve gotten up and seen what Santa Claus has left you under your tree, they invite you to get ready and make your way to the Harbourview Ballroom for a spectacular Christmas Day Brunch or Dinner on Friday, December 25th.

Sit back, relax and indulge as you enjoy Christmas without any of the cooking or washing up.  Brunch is served from 11.30am until 2.30pm, while dinner is served from 6pm until 9pm.  Their sumptuous buffet includes all your favourite Holiday food and so much more.

The cost for brunch or dinner is $65 per person, plus gratuities, and is half price for children under 12.

For more information, or to make a reservation, contact 298-2028 or ham.diningreservations@fairmont.com.

 

 

 

Promising a historic party, Mackeson Stout present Blast from the Past on Sunday, December 27th.

From 10pm at the RAA Club, St George’s, the home of old school, Jamaican sound system Killamanjaro will be performing live, alongside Bermy’s finest, including Juggling J and Magnum Force, with early warm by Prestige.  This event is sponsored by Mackeson Stout, Carib Beer, WKD, Red Square Vodka, Wild Apache Promotion and Veterans In Action.

Admission is $25 all night.

For more information, contact apacheprod@yahoo.com.

 

Welcome 2016 in one of Bermuda’s newest restaurants as you celebrate New Year’s Eve at Marcus’ on Thursday, December 31st.

At Marcus’, they’ve been working hard to create a New Year’s Eve that you’ll remember for a long time to come and they promise you an incredible experience.

From 5.30pm 8pm, they invite you to join them on the terrace overlooking Hamilton Harbour for a complimentary glass of champagne. Then join them inside for a five course degustation menu that chef Leonardo has created to make sure you go into 2016 in the finest of style.  DJ Felix and friends will be there to entertain you all evening long.

The cost is $225 per person, plus gratuities.

For more information, or to make a reservation, contact 298-2028 or ham.diningreservations@fairmont.com.

 

 

 

If you’re looking for a casual and relaxed way to spend the last moments of 2015, then New Year’s Eve in Crown & Anchor could be the event for you on Thursday, December 31st

From 6.30pm, they’ll tempt you with an extensive selection of tapas on their family table; perhaps a great way to start the evening if you’re going on to another party. However they think their amazing dessert buffet, served at 9.30pm, will tempt you to stay way past midnight.  And that’s when they’ll serve you fish chowder in traditional Bermuda style.  The evening is topped off with the sounds of The Big Chill.

The cost is $79 per person, plus gratuities.

For more information, or to make a reservation, contact 298-2028 or ham.diningreservations@fairmont.com.

 

Bringing a little bit of Havana to Hamilton, Dare2Be invite you to make this New Year’s one to remember at their fundraising gala, A Night in Cuba, on Thursday, December 31st.

From 7.30pm in the Hamilton Princess’s spectacular new Harbourview Ballroom and gorgeous open-air harbourside lounge, this event will be hosted by DJ Danger Don and promises the best NYE music on the Rock, the finest cigars, and a big champagne countdown at midnight.

Not only will party-goers dance in the New Year to the feverish sounds of Grammy-nominated, Afro-Cuban funk band, PALO!, you can also feast on the most exquisite 5 course Cuban fare, while enjoying mojitos, cuba libres, daiquiris and a fully loaded open bar, all night long.  As if that isn’t enough of an incentive, attendees will be eligible to win a door prize for a 3 night trip for 2 in Cuba.

Why not treat yourself even more and turn the evening into a staycation by availing of the Hamilton Princess Take the Elevator Home rate? Significantly discounted rates start from $219.

Tickets are $290 per person and table reservations of 10 are available.  Tickets are very limited so you are advised to book early to avoid disappointment.

All proceeds are in aid of Dare2Be, a charity that empowers disenfranchised women with the necessary life and essential job skills, academic and technical education to secure entry level employment, and no longer require financial assistance.

For more information, or to purchase tickets, visit www.pTix.bm.

 

Add a little sparkle to your New Year’s Eve celebrations as Lanson Champagne presents Glitz and Glamour: NYE 2016 on Thursday, December 31st.

From 10pm until late at Light Nightclub in the White Horse Tavern, St. George’s, you can see in the New Year with music by Mista Genius and DJ Sheep, with an early warm by Prestige

As well as the best view of the midnight fireworks, you can also expect free party favours and a free champagne toast at midnight.  This event is sponsored by Lanson Champagne, WKD, Russian Standard Vodka, Carib Beer, Wild Apache Promotion and White Horse Tavern.

Tickets are $25 in advance from Jazzy Boutique, The Cave in St. George’s, or call 707-2109 or 336-8153.

 

 

0101 Lazy Breakfast at Crown and Anchor

After a night of celebrating and welcoming in the New Year, you would probably appreciate a leisurely start to your day. For this reason, the Hamilton Princess have extended their breakfast buffet hours and what they serve too to bring you The Lazy Breakfast at the Crown & Anchor Restaurant on Friday, January 1st.

From 7am until 2pm, you can take your time, relax and enjoy. There’ll even be a Bloody Mary station should you need something to perk you up from the night before.

The cost is $28 per person, plus gratuities.

For more information, or to make a reservation, contact 298-2028 or ham.diningreservations@fairmont.com.

 

0120 IMA Architect Session

The Bermuda Chamber of Commerce invite you to join them for their latest Lunch & Learn, Architect: Registration, Professional Practice & Accountability, presented by Institute of Bermuda Architects on Wednesday, January 20th.

From noon at Bermuda Chamber of Commerce, the presentation will be an introduction to the architecture profession and the Institute of Bermuda Architects as a membership group.  They will outline how their training and licensure charges them with protecting the health, safety and welfare of the inhabitants of buildings they design, how they perform a wide variety of services from pre-design, through contract administration (and beyond) and how licensed professionals are held accountable for their work.

The cost is $40 for non-members or $20 for members.

For more information, or to register, contact Stephanie Lee, Marketing & Membership Coordinator at slee@bcc.bm or 295-4201, or register online at http://ow.ly/V6HZp.

 

0122 Womens Vision Empowerment Retreat

Women’s VIP Network invites you to a Women’s Vision Empowerment Retreat on Friday and Saturday, January 22nd and 23rd.

Taking place at Charities House from 6pm until 9pm on Friday evening and from 10am until 4pm on Saturday, this event will be hosted by Patrice Frith Hayward, VIP Network Founder.  Promising an event that your Future Self will thank you for, this will encourage you to live beyond your dreams.

Tickets are $45 for Friday only, $75 for Saturday only, and $100 for both days.  The registration deadline is January 15th.

For more information, visit womensvipnetwork@gmail.com.

 

 

 

0429 Bermuda Yoga Festival

Offering a variety of yoga styles accessible to new beginners and regular students, the Bermuda Yoga Festival 2016 is a 3-day yoga and music festival running from Friday, April 29th until Sunday, May 1st.

During this time, you can choose from 30 workshops led by international and local teachers. A special YogaFest room rate is available at Grotto Bay Beach Resort, home of the festival. You are advised to book early since limited rooms available.

An Earlybird Special is in effect until December 15th, with Full Festival Passes available for $395, a saving of $100 off the usual price of $495.  There is also a Buddy Pass offer for overseas guests only. If purchased before December 15th, you can get an additional $100 off when you buy a second ticket with your Full Festival Pass.  Single Day, Two Day, 1/2 Day, Quick Dip, Children’s and Kirtan/Concert. passes are also available, with prices starting from $50.

Tickets are available from https://tickets.brightstarevents.com/event/BYF2016.

For more information, info@bermudayogafestival.com or 295-7525, or visit www.BermudaYogaFestival.com.

 

Christmas at BUEI

Looking for an exclusive, unique and festive dining experience?  Then why not consider having your Christmas party at BUEI this year?

Voted Best Off-Site Meeting Facility 4 years in a row, BUEI can host your event in one of their award-winning rooms or exhibits.

With the option of choosing from a bountiful buffet or classic set menu, prices include room rental, set up, service charges, china and ice water. Vegetarian and other options are available.

For more information, or to book, contact 294-0209 or dining@buei.org.

 

 

 

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1112 BSID Charity Wreath Show and Silent Auction

Bermuda Society of Interior Designers, Charity Wreath Show and Silent Auction – November 12th to December 3rd

1130 Open Pole Fitness Sessions

Open Pole Fitness Sessions – November 30th to December 17th

1202 Grotto Bay Monthly Chefs Table Dinner

Grotto Bay’s Monthly Chef’s Table Dinner – December 2nd

1203 Colwyn Burchall

**NEW  Bermuda Connections with Colwyn Burchall – December 3rd

1203 Saltus Carols for All

**NEW  Saltus Grammar School presents Carols For All – December 3rd

1203 Great Gunpowder Plot 1775

**NEW  BUEI Talks: Great Gunpowder Plot 1775 – December 3rd

1203 Treasure Island Panto

Christmas Pantomime: Treasure Island – December 3rd to 12th

1204 BNT Christmas Walkabout

Bermuda National Trust Christmas Walkabout – December 4th

1204 St David's Christmas Party

**NEW  St. David’s County Cricket Club Christmas Party – December 4th

1204 Gift of Giving

**NEW  The Gift of Giving – December 4th

1204 Annie

Annie: The Musical – December 4th and 5th

1204 Bristol Cellar Red Nose Sale

**NEW  Red Nose Warehouse Wine Sale – December 4th and 5th

1127 Christmas Sip n Shop

Christmas Sip’n’Shop – December 4th, 11th and 18th

1127 Late Night Christmas Shopping

Late Night Christmas Shopping – December 4th, 11th and 18th

1204 Elves at Peoples

**NEW  Santa’s Elves Arrive at People’s – December 4th, 11th and 18th

1205 Home Grown Alternatives

20th Annual Home-Grown Alternatives (HGA) – December 5th

0315 Car Boot Sale

**NEW  Peace Lutheran Church Car Boot Sale – December 5th

0315 Car Boot Sale

**NEW  St. Anthony’s Church Christmas Fair and Car Boot Sale – December 5th

1205 Warwick Wonderland Fair

**NEW  Warwick’s Wonderland Fair – December 5th

1205 Bermuda Rocks Make a Christmas Gift

**NEW  Make a Christmas Gift – December 5th, 12th and 19th

1206 CTY Talent Search

CTY Bermuda’s Annual Talent Search 2015 – December 6th

1206 Christmas in Dockyard

Dockyard Family Fun Day and Christmas Parade – December 6th

1206 Book of Poetry

**NEW  E. Merle Brock Swan WIlliams Book of Poetry Launch – December 6th

1206 Chaz Bowers Recital

**NEW  Recital by US Organist-Composer Chaz Bowers – December 6th

1206 Teddy Bear High Tea

**NEW  Teddy Bear High Tea – December 6th, 13th and 20th

1210 Classy Style Jewelry Party

**NEW  Classy Style Jewelry Party – December 10th

1211 Hamilton Princess Snowball Party

Annual Snowball Party at Hamilton Princess Bermuda – December 11th

1211 12 Martinis of Christmas

**NEW  12 Martinis of Christmas – December 11th

1211 BR50 Community Carol Concert

**NEW  BR50 Community Carol Concert – December 11th

1212 Taxi Golf Classics

Bermuda Taxi Owners Association’s Golf Classics and Christmas Party – December 11th and 12th

1211 SPCA Supply and Food Drive

**NEW  SPCA Christmas Supply and Food Drive – December 11th and 12th

1211 ADHT Tour

**NEW  ADHT Guided Walking Tour of North East Hamilton – December 11th and 18th

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Bermuda Christmas Boat Parade – December 12th

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Bermuda Christmas Boat Parade: MV Elizabeth – December 12th

1212 HH North Village Xmas Concert

**NEW  North Village Band and Friends Christmas Concert – December 12th

1212 Boat Parade at the Hamilton Princess

**NEW  Bermuda Christmas Boat Parade: Hamilton Princess – December 12th

1212 Mariners RFC Boat Parade

**NEW  Bermuda Christmas Boat Parade: Mariners RFC’s Ugly Christmas Sweater Party – December 12th

1213 BAC Jingle Bell 5K Walk Run

BAC Jingle Bell 5K Walk/Run – December 13th

1206 Christmas in Dockyard

Christmas in Dockyard – December 13th

1213 Masterworks Festive Fun

Ornament Decorating & Wine – December 13th

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**NEW  Somerset 2015 Christmas Parade – December 13th

1214 Raleigh Bermuda Information Session

Raleigh Bermuda 2016 Programme Information Session #1 – December 14th

Event

InterNations Bermuda: Expat Christmas Get-Together – December 17th

1217 Networking Navidad1

**NEW  BEPRO Networking Navidad – December 17th

1217 Star Wars

**NEW  Bermuda School of Music and Beyond Rugby present Star Wars: The Force Awakens – December 17th and 18th

1219 Regali Christmas Shopping Family Affair

Christmas Shopping: A Family Affair – December 19th

1219 BIFF Star Wars

BIFF Star Wars Special Showing – December 19th

1206 Christmas in Dockyard

Christmas in Dockyard – December 20th

1220 Pastry Cooking Class

**NEW  Pastry Cooking Class at the Hamilton Princess – December 20th

1220 PHC Christmas Party

**NEW  PHC’s Christmas Party – December 20th

 

 

Christmas Day

1225 Christmas Day at Cafe Lido

**NEW  Christmas Day Brunch at Cafe Lido – December 25th

1225 Christmas Day Brunch at the Hamilton Princess

**NEW  Christmas Day Brunch or Dinner at Hamilton Princess – December 25th

 

 

1227 Blast from the Past

**NEW  Blast from the Past – December 27th

 

 

New Year’s Eve

1231 NYE at Marcus

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

1231 NYE at Crown and Anchor

**NEW  New Year’s Eve in Crown & Anchor – December 31st

1231 A New Years Night in Cuba

**NEW  A New Year’s Night in Cuba – December 31st

1231 Glitz and Glamour

**NEW  Glitz and Glamour: NYE 2016 – December 31st

 

 

0101 Lazy Breakfast at Crown and Anchor

**NEW  The Lazy Breakfast at the Crown & Anchor Restaurant – January 1st

0106 JFL Double Bill

Just for Laughs Bermuda: Double Bill – January 6th

0107 Just for Laughs Bermuda

Just for Laughs Bermuda: Cabaret Show – January 7th

0107 Just for Laughs Bermuda

Just for Laughs Bermuda: Gala Shows – January 8th and 9th

1114 Tokio Youth Mountain Bike Series

Tokio Youth Mountain Bike Series – January 9th

0113 Raleigh Bermuda Information Session

Raleigh Bermuda 2016 Programme Information Session #2 – January 13th

1114 Tokio Youth Mountain Bike Series

Tokio Youth Mountain Bike Series – January 16th

0120 IMA Architect Session

**NEW  Architect: Registration, Professional Practice & Accountability – January 20th

0122 Womens Vision Empowerment Retreat

**NEW  Dear Future Self: Women’s Vision Empowerment Retreat – January 22nd and 23rd

1114 Tokio Youth Mountain Bike Series

Tokio Youth Mountain Bike Series – January 23rd

0214 Orchid Spa Wedding Expo

2016 Orchid Spa Wedding Expo – February 14th

Bermuda SPCA Logo

Bermuda SPCA’s 19th Annual Paws to the Park – March 6th

0311 Weekend Intensive Yoga

Weekend Intensive Yoga – March 11th to 13th

0429 Bermuda Yoga Festival

**NEW  Bermuda Yoga Festival 2016 – April 29th to May 1st

 

 

Art Exhibits

Masterworks

Exhibits at Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art

 

Bermuda National Gallery

**NEW  Exhibits at Bermuda National Gallery – December 7th to 31st

  • 2015 Annual Student Art Exhibition: Local Impact, Global Action: A Community Project on the World
  • Highlights from the Young Collection
  • Highlights of the BNG Collection

 

Bermuda Arts Centre at Dockyard

Exhibits at Bermuda Arts Centre at Dockyard

 

Bermuda Society of Arts BSoA Logo

Exhibits at Bermuda Society of Arts – November 20th to December 8th

  • Onions Gallery: TechArt15
  • Studio B: Amanda Temple – Forever Fleeting: The Art of Metamorphosis
  • Edinburgh Gallery: Chris Burville Photography

 

1119 Streets of Italy

DNA & SPArt presents Streets of Italy – November 19th to Janaury 27th

 

Enjoy the rest of the week!

 

C

xx

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