June 1st, 2016: Bermuda Events Update
It seems like only a few weeks ago that we were all saying how we couldn’t wait for summer. Well, guess what – it’s finally here! Bit of a monster post for you all this week – here’s what’s happening in Bermuda in June and beyond!
Watch Bermuda’s history come to life at a Ducking Re-enactment from Mondays to Thursdays and Saturdays throughout the summer.
During this light-hearted historical re-enactment from 12.30pm in King’s Square, you can see the St. George’s Town Crier conduct an 18th century trial, showing how offenders were publicly punished, including the ducking of a nagging wench.
This event will run until October 31st and is free and open to the public.
For more information, contact the Visitor Information Centre at 297-0556.
Hear about the first laws of Bermuda and laugh along with a few town gossips at the First General Assembly Re-enactment on Wednesdays throughout the summer.
Held at 12.45pm in Town Hall, directly following the Ducking Re-enactment, you will be transported back to August 1620 when Governor Butler has just held the 1st General Assembly meeting.
This event will run until October 31st and is free and open to the public.
For more information, contact the Visitor Information Centre at 297-0556.
Promising a fantastic evening of dinner theatre, Death by Disco will now be weekly on Thursdays.
The show is based on a 70’s Disco Dance Competition where the rivalry is fierce, so fierce that….well, we can not tell you everything. This will be from 7pm at Grotto Bay Beach Resort, where you can dine, laugh, dance, mingle, and have great fun in a safe environment, with an all-star Bermudian cast.
The cost is $80 per person, including a four-course meal, complimentary swizzle and entertainment. Seats are very limited.
Death by Disco will continue weekly throughout the summer.
For more information, or to make a reservation, contact Grotto Bay on 293-8333.
The latest in the BUEI Talks series is a screening of Ocean Vet Episode 8: Night Sharks on Thursday, June 2nd.
Locals say you shouldn’t swim in the sea at night – Neil and his team set out to understand why. Watch Neil complete a series of dangerous night dives in potentially shark-infested waters.
Follow Neil and his team as they perform a surgical procedure to implant an acoustic tag in the abdomen of a juvenile tiger shark in a bid to reveal how often these animals return close to Bermuda’s shores at night.
This mission proves to be one of the teams toughest yet, testing their nerves and stamina to its absolute limits.
Ocean Vet is a natural history series like no other. Narrated by Academy award winning actor and producer, Michael Douglas, this incredible series follows the exploits of English vet Dr. Neil Burnie and his Ocean Vet team. The evening will feature an introduction by an Ocean Vet crew member, airing of the new episode, followed by a Q&A.
The lecture will start in the Tradewinds Auditorium at 7.30pm on each evening. 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, $10 for students, and available by calling 294-0204 or visiting Oceans Gift Shop at BUEI.
Experience a walking tour like no other at Haunted History: A Walking Tour in Ye Olde Ghost Town in the beautiful Town of St. George’s,
The tour departs from The Book Cellar on Water Street at 8.30pm every Monday, Thursday, and Saturday, lasting around an hour. As your host, the story-teller guides you through the winding alleys and lanes of our towne, you’ll learn true stories of famous residents from days of olde. But your footsteps may just awake those who slumber…
Tickets are $35 for adults, $25 for kids and seniors, and available from the Book Cellar or www.pTix.bm. Minibus transportation from Cambridge Beaches, The Reefs, Fairmont Southampton, Elbow Beach, Rosewood Tuckers Point and Grotto Bay is also available for an extra charge.
For more information, contact 705-1838 or email@example.com, or visit www.HauntedHistoryBDA.com.
Sit back, relax and enjoy a Bermuda Film Matinee every Friday and Saturday throughout the summer.
From 2pm at the World Heritage Centre, you can enjoy an afternoon feature film about Bermuda’s heritage, history and culture.
This event will run weekly until October 31st and the cost is $5, payable at the World Heritage Centre, or free for SGF members. This historic site is open from 10am until 4pm, Mondays to Saturdays.
For more information, contact 297-5791 or firstname.lastname@example.org. or visit www.sgf.bm.
Powerhouse Academy will be hosting their first conference/workshop, You are the Change You Have Been Waiting For on Saturday, June 4th.
From 9am until noon at the St. George’s Preparatory School, they will have four guest speakers for the event. The purpose of the conference is to empower adults, particularly parents and teachers, to tap into their powerhouse – the gifts and skills they have within by teaching them to create a positive mindset and find balance for their heart, mind, body and spirit.
Tickets are $65 and are available on www.pTix.bm.
For more information, contact Darren or Keema Perry at email@example.com or 705-8328.
Due to the resounding popularity of the last eight, Hiscox in collaboration with the Bermuda Cricket Board (BCB), are once again celebrating youth cricket, raising money for the BCB’s youth cricket programs and bringing our local community together by hosting the Hiscox Under 11 Celebrity Cricket Festival on Saturday, June 4th.
From 9am until 4pm at the National Sports Centre’s North Field, there will be free food, free shirts and free kids activities, plus a great group of local and international celebrities playing against the Under 11 All Star Team – you are invited to come out and cheer them all on!
This is a free community event.
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Promising an easy to start, hard to stop programme, you can burn 400 to 600 calories a session at a Drumfit Workshop with Jenny on Saturday, June 4th.
Running from 12.30pm until 1.30pm at the Athletic Club, Drumfit is a specialty program designed for everyone and engages each participant with fun, high energy, and concentration with cardio and toning moves. It is making music to music while your heart rate increases and your body works out. The workout is cardio moves paired with drumming on a stability ball. Arms are engaged the whole workout and heart rate is raised because of the cardio moves done. This is not a dance-based class but more of a classic choreography class pairing moves to music.
The cost is $10 for members and $20 for non-members. Space is limited and registration is required.
For more information, or to reserve your spot, contact 295-6140 or follow TAC Bermuda on Facebook.
Leroy the violin, Taylor Rankin and drummer Dwight Hart along with their collaborative creator colleagues invite you to explore 5 different worlds throughout June at Leroyfest 2016, starting on Saturday, June 4th. The boys will bring you into the journey they’ve been on out on the road and into the imagination and weirdness of Rankin and Leroy. Experience their unique groove, see violin Leroy do his infamous vinyl scratch and soulfully scream as Taylor manipulates his voice from accents to styles around the world. You will for sure find yourself skankin to the violin like you’ve never before. At the core of each experience is a live show, but each event is a mini festival on its own dedicated and curated around a theme, playing with your five senses. Yes indeed, imagine food paired with your musical performance as art unfolds with a scent to match the installations you can touch and explore. Come delight in Bermuda’s most intimate and delightful escape from the everyday.
- Submerge yourself as local creators perform together in a celebration of our oceans at Leroyfest: Waves and Wonder on Saturday, June 4th. Living in Bermuda, it is a rare day when we don’t catch a glimpse of the ocean. However, too often we are all guilty of not stopping to pause to soak in the beauty that surrounds us. Therefore, it is fitting that Leroyfest 2016 opens with a show designed to honour our oceans and sea creature friends. Doors open at 6pm, with the first show by Taylor Rankin and his violin Leroy at 7pm and the second at 9.30pm. You are advised to plan to arrive 30 to 45 minutes before the show to enjoy the festivities. Festivities will also continue for about 30 minutes after each show. This show is kid-friendly, so you can bring the family. Come early, park, ride in on the adventure shuttle and enjoy the exploration of human installations and funky creatures roaming the Bermuda Aquarium grounds. Your ears, eyes and taste buds shall be stimulated. Parking at Aquarium grounds is limited, so they recommend parking at Whitney, where a free nature-exploration shuttle to the show will set the tone for an evening of surprises. Tickets are $55, or $35 for under-18s, and available from www.pTix.bm or 278-1500.
- Descend into a hidden netherworld within the caves of Grotto Bay where a sensory soul wash awaits, courtesy of Taylor Rankin and his violin Leroy at Leroyfest: Within on Thursday and Saturday, June 9th and 11th. As you emerge and untie knots within, your senses will be brought to life with beachside performances and a Leroyfest custom menu dining experience. Doors open at 6pm and cave shows will be at 7pm, 8pm and 9pm. Space is limited so tickets should be booked ahead of time. Beach shows are at 9.15pm and 10.15pm and are open to all attendees. A spectacle at the beach will awaken your soul as you enjoy the shadows of the fire. If you are attending the first show, you are invited to arrive 30 to 45 minutes early to enjoy their tasty street foods before preparing for your cave descent. The Leroyfest magical world will have a festival atmosphere and includes street-food stands, Activityville, Leroy’s favorite drinks and a Zen Zone with massage, henna and bean bags. You are encouraged to show up with an empty stomach! This is a kid-friendly show so you can bring your whole family. From 6pm until 9.45pm, limited curated dining will be open for those who want to sit down and enjoy a 3 course menu at a cost of $50. Tickets are $55, or $35 for under-18s, and available from www.pTix.bm or 278-1500.
- Meet violin Leroy and his human Taylor up close and personal at Leroyfest: Intimate on Wednesday, June 22nd. This show is an invitation to experience their process with each other through foreign world journeys, emotional discoveries, musical creations, collaboration and improvisation. From 7.30pm, the Bermuda National Gallery becomes the setting for an intimate moment where practices of the enigmatic Leroy will be uncovered and your soul can dive into the depths of a messy yet very rewarding world of creation. Tickets are $55 for adults, $35 for children, and available from www.pTix.bm.
- An ode to our dear Bermudian soil and the people upon it, Leroyfest heads outside to bridge the gap between human and nature at Leroyfest: Salt of the Earth on Friday, June 24th. The Botanical Gardens provides fertile ground for reconnecting with our roots reimagining our stories. From 7pm, you can explore the collaborative installations, delicious earthly treats and a myriad of performers at this thoughtful and revealing show. Early birds get to explore and taste all this show has to offer! Tickets are $55 for adults, $35 for children, and available from www.pTix.bm.
- In the belly of our island’s metropolis lies an outstanding location that one easily could fail to notice. The scenery of Hamilton becomes the host for the final installment of Leroyfest 2016, where you will delve into the folds of uncertainty at Leroyfest: Hidden Spaces on Saturday, June 25th. From 7pm, this is where you come to dance, to listen, to lose self in the awe of the city. Surprise will be the guide, the only rule is to trust, and embrace the wonder that is change. Come ready to move! Pay close attention to your email. One day in advance, the location will be announced by email. Come ready for a walk, a dance and for a show of interaction and improvisation with the Leroyfest performers. Tickets are $55 for adults, $35 for children, and available from www.pTix.bm.
For more information, visit www.Leroyfest.com.
Experience an afternoon of fun in the sun at Tobacco Bay’s beach party, PURE on Sunday, June 5th.
From 1pm until 8pm, this official Bermuda Heroes Weekend warmup event will feature Wild Apache and music by D’General, YGS, Lenky Gaza, Rusty G, Jugglin J, Prestige, Magnum Force, Kingstar Muzic, Mista Genius, One Life Sound, Blacka Knights, DJ Sheep, Desert Eagle, Bernie Mac, Kingstar Muzic, and surprise guests.
The beach cafe will be open all day, with cocktail specials from the beach tikki bar, as well as snorkeling, water sports, sun loungers, and complimentary wifi. The full facilities include showers and change rooms, with secure lockers available.
There is no cover charge.
For more information, contact 705-SAND (7263) or info@Tobaccobay.bm.
Young buccaneers aged between 5 and 12 are invited to a Pirate Adventure Tea Party aboard the Deliverance on Sunday, June 5th.
From 2pm until 4pm, you can hear of Pirate stories, eat pirate food and, of course, drink Pirate Tea!
The cost is $35 per person and all participants must be registered and paid before attending.
For more information, or to register your child, contact email@example.com.
Adults and young adults are invited to Shorebird Breeding Islands of Florida: The Young and the Restless on Tuesday, June 7th.
Visiting bird enthusiast and photographer, Dan Gribbin, will give us a look into the lives of Florida shore birds, many of which are also seen in Bermuda and will describe the amazing phenomenon of multi-species breeding islands in coastal Florida waters. Expect to see photographs of Snowy Egrets, Green Herons, Great Egrets, Little Blue Herons, Great Blue Herons, White ibis, Anhingas, Roseate Spoonbills, and more.
Door opens at 6.30pm for a 7pm start. You are invited to come early and enjoy and enjoy a look at their renovated display hall and graphics.
This event is open to the public and space is limited. Entry to the lectures is free, although a donation of $5 is gratefully accepted. To secure your spot, visit www.bamz.org and register online.
For more information, contact Lisa Greene at firstname.lastname@example.org or 293-2727 ext. 2123.
On World Ocean’s Day, BUEI Talks is proud to present the exclusive world-first screening of the documentary A Plastic Ocean followed by a Q&A with producer Jo Ruxton on Wednesday, June 8th.
The film begins when journalist Craig Leeson, searching for the elusive blue whale, discovers plastic waste in what should be pristine ocean. In this adventure documentary, Craig teams up with free diver Tanya Streeter and an international team of scientists and researchers, and they
travel to 20 locations around the planet to document the global effects of plastic pollution – and introduce solutions that can change things for the better.
The movie will start in the Tradewinds Auditorium at 6.30pm. 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 are $20 for members, $25 for non-members, $10 for students, and available by calling 294-0204 or visiting Oceans Gift Shop at BUEI.
Designed for those new to meditation or those wishing to revive their practice, an 8-week Meditation Course Training will start on Thursday, June 9th.
From 7.30pm until 9pm in the Yoga Centre, this course is designed to provide the “how to” of meditation, to support sustainability in attitude and practice, providing a good grounding in meditation, its pitfalls and benefits and how in the broader context meditation or mindfulness heals, body and mind providing for greater peace and connectivity.
The cost is $150.
For more information, or to register, contact email@example.com.
United Dance Productions, under the artistic direction of Suzette Harvey, JP, presents UDP Dance Recital 2016 on Friday and Saturday, June 10th and 11th.
Showtime will be at 7pm each evening at the Ruth Seaton James Auditorium, when dancers aged from 3 to 18 will perform a variety of genres, including ballet, tap, hip hop, modern and jazz.
Tickets are $35 for general admission and $45 for premium seating.
For more information, or to purchase tickets, contact 232-9933 or visit www.BrownPaperTickets.com.
Get ready for Bermuda Heroes Weekend 2016 in style at the Twerkout & Socafit Nutrition Workshop on Saturday, June 11th.
From 12.30pm at The Athletic Club, this will include a 1.5 hour Twerkout and Socafit Class, and a 30 minute nutrition seminar. The nutrition seminar will also include a 7 day meal plan.
The cost is $15 for members and RealFrenz Band Players and $25 for non-members. Space is limited and registration is required.
For more information, or to reserve your spot, contact 295-6140 or follow TAC Bermuda on Facebook.
In honour of all Africans working in Bermuda, Prof. Eddie Ming presents The Rhythm Lab’s 14th Jazz Gathering on Saturday, June 11th.
From 8pm at the Rhythm Lab next to St. George’s Community Centre, this event is under the Distinguished Patronage of Dr. Leonard Teye-Botchway JP., and Honorary Consul of Ghana to Bermuda, and Mrs. Teye-Botchway, and will feature sensational vocalist: Lolly Darrell and The Jade Minors Quartet, with a delightful fish and vegan buffet.
Everyone in attendance will be asked to make a donation at the door. Dress code is Smart Casual.
The cost of general admission is $30 and Patrons are $50. Proceeds will go to the Drum School. You are also asked to RSVP with the number in your party so that they have an idea of how many to cater for.
For more information, or to RSVP by June 6th, contact 297-2874, 297-8422 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
One Love Promotions presents Memories Old School Dance, an 80s and 90s old school reggae party featuring Stone Love on Saturday, June 11th.
From 10pm until 2am under the big tent at the National Sports Centre in Devonshire, two DJ/ selectors, Mr. Rory and Mr. Geefus from Stone Love will be live for the first time ever in Bermuda. This Big People’s Party promises to be a night of pure memories, featuring sweetness and culture music.
Tickets are $30 in advance and $45 at the door. Ticket outlets are 27th Century boutique, Fish and Tings, Quickie Lickie Laundromat, Secrets and online at www.pTix.bm.
For more information, contact 333-1843.
Travel back in time to enjoy some delicious food at Experience Cooking in the 18th Century Era on Sunday, June 12th.
From 2pm in the Bermuda Historical Society at Mitchell House, this cooking demo in one of Bermuda’s oldest kitchens will allow you to taste the flavours of that time and promises to be an experience not to be missed.
The cost is $40 per person and participants must register in advance.
For more information, or to register, contact email@example.com.
Join in the festivities at Bermuda Heroes Weekend, Bermuda’s 2nd Annual Carnival, running from Friday, June 17th until Monday, June 20th.
The Bermuda Heroes Weekend is a series of events organized by the BHW Ltd. who are dedicated to providing unique cultural experiences and quality entertainment.
Opening Night will be on Friday, June 17th at the National Sports Centre in Devonshire. Gates open at 6pm and the show starts at 7pm. This is the biggest Soca event ever to be hosted on Bermuda’s shores and in year two it will be even better than the first. This event will feature international artists Kes The Band, Lyrikal, Voice, Teddyson John, Preedy, Ricardo Drue and King Bubba FM as well as international DJs Barrie Hype, Crown Prince, Dr. Jay, EMan and DJ Stephen, local band D.I.A. and local DJ, DJ Rusty G. Tickets are $20, $30 at the gate, $10 for children aged 12 and under, and are available at www.pTix.bm. Limited all inclusive Ultra-VIP tickets are available at a cost of $200 each.
From 3am until 8am, on Saturday, June 18th, you can watch the sun rise with paint and powder to the sounds of local and international DJs at Glow J’Ouvert at the Michael Preece Softball Stadium at Bernard’s Park in Pembroke. This is an 18 and older event, so identification is a must. Tickets are $125, including food and drink, and available from www.pTix.bm.
The Parade of Bands will be at Clearwater Beach in St. David’s from 2pm on Saturday, June 18th. To register to join in with a band, visit www.BermudaHeroesWeekend.com, or purchase a spectators pass for $10 on www.pTix.bm.
Promoters Day on Sunday, June 19th will include everything from boat rides, breakfast parties, all-inclusive events, clubs and more organised by different promoters around the island. One of these events will be Pan in the Park at Victoria Park, featuring local and international Pan artists and bands, from 3pm until 7pm. Information on other events will be shared on their website and social media as it becomes available.
Rounding off the holiday weekend in style will be The BHW Raft Up on Monday, June 20th. Bring your boat and raft up or purchase a ticket for their chartered boat. The chartered boat leaves Hamilton at noon, returning at 6.30pm, with the raft up taking place outside Morgan’s Point. Entertainment will be provided by local and international DJs.
For more information, visit www.BermudaHeroesWeekend.com, contact (441) 278-1525, or follow them on Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat and Facebook @BermudaCarnival, or download the BHW app available for iPhones and Androids.
Grab a bargain at the Peace Lutheran Church’s Car Boot Sale on Saturday, June 18th.
This will run from 9am until 2pm and promises great bargains in clothes, shoes, purses, children’s clothes and shoes, toys, household goods, jewellery, and lots more
For more information, contact Carol Carvalho on 747-3377.
Enjoy nature’s laser light show in a fun and diverse evening aboard the luxury sailing catamaran Ana Luna, as they invite you to join them for a Glow Worms Safari on Wednesday and Thursday, June 22nd and 23rd.
This exotic evening on the seas will begin when the boat departs from the dock at Grotto Bay at 7pm. After enjoying the pinks and blues of the sunset, you can witness the glow-in-the-dark mating ritual of these unusual creatures, performed two and three days after the full moon during the warmer months. Following the worm display, you will enjoy moonrise with a complimentary champagne toast, before returning to the dock by around 9.30pm.
Future cruises will be on Thursday and Friday, July 21st and 22nd, Saturday and Sunday, August 20th and 21st, Sunday and Monday, September 18th and 19th, and Tuesday and Wednesday, October 18th and 19th.
The cost is $79 per person, which includes two drinks. Kids are welcome.
For more information, or to make a reservation, contact Captain@analunaadventures.com or 504-3780.
Whether you are looking to improve your drawing skills or are new to the art form, you may be interested in signing up for Nick Silk’s latest Adult Drawing Workshop on Sunday, June 26th or Sunday, July 10th.
This will run from 2pm until 4pm at Masterworks on each of the days and all materials will be provided. More dates will be posted.
The cost is $100 for members and $125 for non-members. You are advised to book early as these workshops sell out fast.
For more information, or to book your slot, contact 299-4000 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rain or shine, Canadian-style fun on the beach comes of age at the Association of Canadians in Bermuda’s (ACIB) 21st Annual Canada Day Beach Party at Warwick Long Bay on Saturday, July 2nd.
From noon until 6pm, an hour longer than previous years, they will be entertaining all their Canadian, Bermudian and everywhere-else-on-the-planet-you-are-from friends with music, food and beach action at this family-friendly event in celebration of their national holiday.
In addition to some loud and proud Canadian music, Canadian beer (plus other beers and coolers), Canadian gear (exclusive t-shirts) and… lots of Canadians, eh! There will also be lots of prizes and giveaways from their sponsors and vendors.
ACIB is a registered charity and all funds raised go solely towards the cost of putting on their awesome Canada Day Beach BBQ. For this reason, you are asked to support the ACIB by purchasing your food and beverages from them at the beach. There will be lots of drink options (both alcoholic and non-alcoholic) and food available for sale.
Catering will be courtesy of Island Restaurant Group and their true summer BBQ sizzle lineup of tasty beef burgers, chicken breast burgers and hot dogs (bag of chips or spicy peanut coleslaw for side). These guys make great food and recently won a Best of Bermuda award for Best Caterer.
This event is sponsored by Freisenbruch-Meyer Group and CellOne.
Membership to ACIB can be purchased for $25 on the day and gets you two beverages of your choice and one meal selection from the BBQ.
For more information, or if interested in volunteering, contact Sarah Christopher-Murphy at email@example.com.
Something Big is coming – Ocean Commotion, Diving into Noah’s Flood. Find out what this means at the Evangelical Church’s Vacation Bible School from Sunday, July 3rd until Thursday, July 7th.
This is aimed at children aged from 4 to 12 years old and will run from 6.30pm until 8.30pm.
For a registration form, visit www.EvangelicalChurchBermuda.com.
For more information, contact the church office on 236-2294.
On the occasion of their 20th Anniversary, Bermuda Toastmasters invite you to join them in an evening of fun, honour and tribute at their 2016 Combined Awards Banquet on
Saturday, June 25th **UPDATE: The date has been postponed until Saturday, October 15th**
The festivities will begin at 7pm at the
Fairmont Southampton **UPDATE: The venue has been changed to Pier 6**, with a little earlier fun for Patrons at their Cocktail Reception from 6pm until 7pm. As well as a full buffet dinner and dancing until midnight, there will also be a cash bar and dollar raffles on sale to win fantastic prizes.
The guest speaker for the evening will be Deputy Governor Ginny Ferson of On the Rock Toastmasters. Dress code is formal and the official hashtag for the evening is #BTM20Anniversary.
The cost is $100 for general tickets or $150 for Patron tickets.
For more information, to RSVP and purchase tickets in advance, or to find out the Take the Elevator Home room rates, contact the Presidents of any Toastmasters club or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Save the Date: Quick Recap of Upcoming Bermuda Events
Transformations Art Auction and Cocktails – June 1st
**NEW Ocean Vet Episode 8: Night Sharks – June 2nd
Soul Food Fridays – starts June 3rd
Vintage Designs Vendor Market – starts June 4th
Atlantic Rugby Cup 2016 – June 4th
Car Boot Sale – June 4th
Housestyle Takeover – June 4th
**NEW Hiscox Under 11 Celebrity Cricket Festival – June 4th
**NEW Drumfit Workshop with Jenny – June 4th
**NEW Leroyfest: Waves and Wonder – June 4th
You Go Girl! Relay Race – June 5th
Rubber Duck Derby – June 5th
**NEW PURE at Tobacco Bay – June 5th
**NEW Arrrr!!! Pirate Tea Party – June 5th
Two & Quarter Photography Walk About – starts June 7th
Art with a Twist – June 7th
**NEW Shorebird Breeding Islands of Florida: The Young and the Restless – June 7th
**NEW BUEI Talks: Plastic Oceans with Jo Ruxton – June 8th
BSoA Wine Tasting: Italian Art of Wine – June 9th
Simunye: We Are One – June 9th
**NEW Meditation Course Training – starts June 9th
**NEW Leroyfest: Within – June 9th and 11th
Bermuda Summit 2016 – June 9th and 10th
**NEW UDP Dance Recital 2016 – June 10th and 11th
Chewstick Foundation’s Summer Retreat on Paget Island – June 10th to 12th
BHS Teachers’ Association Golf Fundraiser – June 11th
iSwim Charity Fun Relay Meet – June 11th
**NEW Twerkout & Socafit Nutrition Workshop – June 11th
**NEW The Rhythm Lab’s 14th Jazz Gathering – June 11th
**NEW Stone Love – June 11th
TORC Extreme Sport Showdown – June 12th
Welcome Home Baby: Expecting Parents Forum – June 12th
**NEW Experience Cooking in the 18th Century Era – June 12th
Yoga Foundation Course – starts June 15th
Drench’d Wet Fete – June 15th
Thirsty Thursday 5K Pub Run Series – June 16th
CastAway Bermuda – June 16th
**NEW Bermuda Heroes Weekend – June 17th to 20th
Yoga Foundation Course – starts June 18th
**NEW Peace Lutheran Church Car Boot Sale – June 18th
Community Fun Day – June 20th
Art with a Twist – June 21st
**NEW Leroyfest: Intimate – June 22nd
**NEW Ana Luna Glow Worms Safari – June 22nd and 23rd
**NEW Leroyfest: Salt of the Earth – June 24th
The Don Spencer Comedy Hypnotist Show – June 25th
**NEW Leroyfest: Hidden Spaces – June 25th
Lepercq Memorial Tournament – June 26th
**NEW Nick Silk Drawing Workshop at Masterworks – June 26th
Learn to Row Camp: Adult Course – starts June 27th
Yoga Foundation Course – starts July 2nd
**NEW Annual ACIB Canada Day BBQ Beach Party – July 2nd
**NEW Vacation Bible School – July 3rd to 7th
Dolphin Quest Connect to Nature Summer Camp – July 4th to September 2nd
Summer Squash Camp 2016 – weekly from July 4th to August 12th
Learn to Row Camp: Junior Camp Session 1 – starts July 4th
Sportz Mania 2016 Summer Multi-Sport Programs – starts July 9th
**NEW Nick Silk Drawing Workshop at Masterworks – July10th
Learn to Row Camp: Junior Camp Session 2 – starts July 18th
**NEW Ana Luna Glow Worms Safari – July 21st and 22nd
**NEW Ana Luna Glow Worms Safari – August 20th and 21st
**NEW Ana Luna Glow Worms Safari – September 18th and 19th
Bermuda Sloop Foundation 10th Anniversary Celebration – September 30th
An Evening of Spirited Celebration – October 7th
**NEW Bermuda Toastmasters 20th Anniversary Banquet –
June 25th October 15th
**NEW Ana Luna Glow Worms Safari – October 18th and 19th
Art for Sail: Auction of Painted Sloops – October 20th
2017 Bermuda Marathon Weekend – January 13th to 15th
Exhibits at Bermuda Arts Centre at Dockyard
- The Serjeant’s Cup Marine Art Show – May 15th to June 10th
SPArt at Common Ground
- SPArt presents Vibrant Essence – April 15th to July 13th
Exhibits at Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art
Enjoy the rest of the week!