June 8th, 2016: Bermuda Events Update

Morning Boys and Girls!

 

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I have a feeling that this summer is going to be even more amazing than usual – here’s your latest Bermuda update and, as always, don’t forget to check out the Quick Recap section at the bottom of this post for a full listing of all upcoming events, including those previously covered in previous posts.

 

 

0608 Chefs Table at the Reefs

The Reefs invite you to an exclusive seven-course dinner party hosted by their talented culinary team as they entice your palate with wonderfully creative local fare and hand-selected wines, at their Chef’s Table Dining Experience on Wednesday evenings year-round.

Served in the elevated fine dining atmosphere of Royston’s from 7pm, Executive Chef Doug Sisk personally creates the menu each week to guarantee a unique dining experience like none other.

At a maximum of 25 people, this experience is perfect to join and meet new people or to reserve the whole table for your own business event or social celebration.

This event will continue weekly until further notice.

The cost is $125 per person, plus gratuities.

For more information, or to make a reservation, contact frontdesk@thereefs.bm or 238-0222.

0609 Chris Feener Live at the Beach

Bermuda Bistro at the Beach introduce Bermuda’s newest entertainer as Newfoundland’s Chris Feener is now Performing Live 5 nights a week.

From 7pm until 10pm on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays throughout the summer, Chris will be playing a mix of funk, top 40, old school, and rock ‘n’ roll.

There is no cover charge.

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

 

 

 

0603 Its Only Natural

Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art presents the new exhibit, It’s Only Natural, which opened to the public on Friday, June 3rd.

The show will feature works by Judith Davidson, Rhona Emmerson, Chris Marson and Lee Petty, and will be showcased in the Rick Faries Gallery.

The exhibit will run until June 28th.

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.org.

 

0609 Thursday Beach BBQ at the Reefs

Dine under the stars to the tunes of DJ Travis at the weekly Beach BBQ at The Reefs.

Boasting cooking stations, a DJ and more, this unmissable culinary event will run weekly from 6.30pm until 10pm on Thursdays throughout the summer.

The cost is $55 per person, plus grats.

For more information, or to make a reservation, contact 238-0222.

 

0610 Happy Arrrrrr Me Hearties

Round up your favourite scallywags for Happy Arrrr Me Hearties, a Neon Pirate Happy Hour on Friday, June 10th.

The boat, Calico Jack’s Floating Bar, will depart #1 Dock, across from Pickled Onion at 6pm sharp.

Whilst aboard, you can expect some neon pirate swag, free grog on entry,  and music by DJ Chubb.  Every ticket holder will be in for a chance to win a crate of Somersby and you can also enter their Pieces of 8 Raffle on the night for a chance to win Blackbeard’s Booty.

Tickets are $30 on the night or $25 in advance from Kit N Caboodle or from the Bermuda Hockey Federation.

For more information, or to purchase tickets, contact the BHF Pirates on bhfpirates@gmail.com or 300-0515.

 

 

0610 Seafood Extravaganza

The Reefs invite you to join them in Aqua Terra for their wildly popular all-you-can-eat Seafood Extravaganza on Friday nights throughout the summer.

From 6.30pm until 10pm, you can feast on the fruits of the sea, including shrimp, crab, lobster tails, smoked salmon, sushi, and much more at this extensive buffet featuring action-cooking stations, coupled with entertainment from DJ Travis and dancing.

The cost is $65 per person, plus grats.

For more information, or to make a reservation, contact 238-0222.

 

0611 Studio One Open House

Studio One invite you to join them in celebration of their 2nd Anniversary Open House and Super Saturday Sale on Saturday, June 11th.

From 6.30am until 2pm, you can enjoy free classes all day, as well as raffles, giveaways, and special sale pricing.

There is no cover charge and no pre-registration required.

For more information, contact 296-5553.

 

 

 

0611 Bermuda Dance Academy Recital In The Movies

Promising a spectacular showcase, Bermuda Dance Academy directed by Nikia Manders, is holds its first Dance Recital, In The Movies, on Saturday, June 11th.

From 2pm in The Berkeley Institute Cafetorium, the concert will feature dances from eight classic movies, including Annie, Frozen and Hunger Games.  You are invited to come enjoy this afternoon of entertainment while students from the ages of three to eighteen perform choreography to music from your favourite movie.

Tickets are $10 for general admission and $25 for patrons.

For more information, or to purchase tickets, contact 799-7760 or bermudadanceacademy@gmail.com.

 

 

0612 Tokio Sprint Triathlon

Think you’re in pretty good shape?  Tokio Millennium Re Ltd. are giving you the opportunity to challenge yourself at their 2016 Sprint Triathlon on Sunday, June 12th.

From 8am at Albuoys Point, Hamilton, race categories will include Senior Individual, Senior Team, Try-a-Tri, School Challenge, and Junior Duathlon.

The Try-a-Tri is shorter version of the Triathlon to give a taster to this sport.

Prizes will be awarded to the male and female overall category winners in their age groups, the (Re)Insurance Cup, the Corporate Cup, and the School Challenge, with cash prizes going to schools in 1st, 2nd and 3rd places.
The registration fees are $35 for the Try-a-Tri, $50 for Senior Individuals, $75 for Senior Teams and $30 for Juniors.  Online registration is availble at www.RaceDayWorld.com.

For more information, contact triathlon@tokiomillennium.com or visit www.TokioMillennium.com or their Facebook Page.

 

0612 Queens Birthday Celebration

Come and celebrate the 90th Birthday of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, at St Peter’s Church, Their Majesties Chappell, with a special service of thanksgiving on Sunday, June 12th.

All attendees are asked to arrive by 10.45am for an 11am start.  In attendance will be Bishop Nicholas Dill, His Excellency the Governor Mr George Fergusson, the Honourable Premier Michael Dunkley, and the Worshipful Quinell Francis, Mayor of St George.

The children’s choir of St Peter’s, Their Majesties Choristers, will also be performing.

A special birthday greeting is to be recorded by all those in attendance, which will be sent to Her Majesty with a card signed by everyone as well.

A reception is due to follow in the Edith Clair Spencer Hall.

For more information, contact office@stpeters.bm.

 

 

0612 Hidden Gems

The Bermuda Arts Centre at Dockyard are opening their latest show Hidden Gems on Sunday, June 12th.

This is a juried members’ show featuring work in all media, size and prices.  The topic is interpreted by the artists in what they consider to be a hidden gem.

The opening reception will be from 5.30pm until 7pm and the show will remain open until July 10th.

Admission is free.  The Arts Centre is open daily from 10am until 5pm and is wheelchair accessible.

For more information, contact artcentre@logic.bm, or visit www.ArtBermuda.com.

 

 

Join the Bermuda Society For The Blind (BSFB) for June’s Vision Talk on Monday, June 13th

From 6pm at Beacon House, this monthly discussion group is open to the public and offers information on living with vision loss and provides opportunities to network, share, and socialise with others in a caring and supportive environment.  Free transportation is also available and you are invited to call to RSVP and arrange this.

There is no cover charge, but donations are appreciated.

For more information, or to RSVP by 2pm on Friday, June 10th, contact BSFB at 292-3231.

 

 

0615 Tomorrows Voices Workshop

Tomorrow’s Voices invite you to their two-topic June Workshop, Why Play? and Using Technology As An Effective Teaching Tool on Wednesday, June 15th.

Play is an important part of children’s development and the importance of it is gaining recognition world-wide. The workshop Why Play? will examine the importance of play and how we can really use play as an effective tool for teaching play and helping to develop the child in other ways.

Technology is ever expanding and ever-growing. Our children are now exposed to far more technological advances than we were as children. So what are the benefits of our latest technological revolution and how can we use technology to advance our learners? Using Technology As An Effective Teaching Tool will explore these questions further.

The cost is $25 and attendees will be provided with a Professional Development Certificate upon completion of the workshop.  Light food and drinks will be served.

For more information, or to register, contact info@tomorrowsvoices.bm or 297-4342.

 

0615 How Much Would You Pay to See Me

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bermuda presents its third biennial How Much Would You Pay to See Me…? Fundraiser, where local celebrities have volunteered to raise funds for the charity by doing outrageous dares live on stage at the Bermuda Heroes Weekend-themed Harbour Night on Wednesday, June 15th.

From 8pm at the Flagpole on Front Street, each participant has accepted hilarious, stomach-churning or bizarre dares with the aim of raising a minimum of $1,500 for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bermuda. The celebrities will encourage members of the community to make pledges to see them do their dares and generate funding for the charitable organisation.

For more information, or to make a pledges towards a contestant’s dare, visit www.BDAtix.bm.

 

 

 

0617 Duel of the Ages

Enjoy a fun evening of entertainment, all for charity, at Duel of the Ages on Friday, June 17th.

The evening begins with cocktails at 7pm at the Hamilton Princess, with fabulous Silent Auction items followed by dinner and music.  The musical entertainment will be courtesy of Lamont Robinson with his band Working Title, and Taylor Rankin with his violin Leroy.

The cost is $225 per person and tickets are available from www.BDAtix.bm.  Tables of 10 for your party are available.

For more information, contact 238-7525 or info@ageconcern.bm.

 

 

 

0619 400th Anniversary Service of St Annes Church

St. Anne’s Church invites all former and current members, as well as visitors, to celebrate the momentous occasion of its 400th Anniversary Service on Sunday, June 19th.

From 10.30am, Bishop Nicholas Dill will preside, Governor Fergusson, Premier Dunkley, and a member of the Opposition Leadership will read the scripture lessons, and other dignitaries will be in attendance.

All are welcome to attend this celebration of the Christian Church in Bermuda. Refreshments will be served in the church hall after the service.

For more information, contact Fr. David Matthews at southampton@anglican.bm or 238-0370.

 

0619 Fathers Day Lunch at Cafe Lido

Celebrate the paternal figure in your life with a Father’s Day Lunch at Cafe Lido on Sunday, June 19th.

From 11.30am until 2.30pm, you can enjoy a 3 course menu specially prepared for the occasion, overlooking Elbow Beach.

The cost is $60 per person, plus 17% grats, with a 50% discount for children under 10.

For more information, or to make a reservation, contact 236-9884.

 

 

 

0619 Cafe Coco Fathers Day Brunch

Café Coco at Coco Reef Resort invite you to treat your daddy to their Father’s Day BBQ on Sunday, June 19th.

From noon until 3pm, you can feast on such culinary delights as honey barbeque pork ribs, blackened local fish, spiced steak, Bermuda Farm hot sausage, BBQ chicken, home-made beef burgers, chicken tikka masala, and the chef’s selection of desserts.  The full menu can be viewed here.

The cost is $45 per person, plus gratuities.

For more information, or to make a reservation, contact dmoorghen@cocoreef.bm, reservations@cocoreef.bm, 236-5416, or visit www.CocoReefBermuda.com.

 

 

 

0619 Pure White Party

One of Bermuda Heroes Weekend’s signature events, WKD and Carib Beer presents PURE: The 8th Annual All White Party on Sunday, June 19th.

Gates to the BAA parking lot open at 8.30pm.  Last year, this event had over 1,200 patrons, and this year promises to be even bigger and better.  From 9pm, you can enjoy over 1,000 glowsticks with live performances by Peter Ram (“All a wi” “Woman by my side” and many more), King Bubba (“When wi touch dung” and many more), plus many more artists passing through.  There will also be music by New York and Trinidad #1 DJ, DJ Young Chow, plus T & T’s very own and NYC top Soca DJ, Riggo Suave, plus Bermuda’s best, including YGS, King Jyrus Family and Juggling J.

The official hastag for this event is #PureBermuda and it is proudly sponsored by WKD, Trip.bm,Carib Beer, Red Square Vodka, Digicel, Western Union, Pepsi, Somers, and Jazzy Boutique.

Advance Tickets are $35 for regular, $25 for college students (must have valid College ID when presenting ticket), $75 for VIPs (including a free plate of food, bottle of water, access to the Red Bull VIP Tent, own bathrooms, own bar, and fast access line), and $50 for combined father/daughter and father/son tickets.  Sign up now with CodeRed Band and you will get into this event for free.

Ticket outlets are Kit n Kaboodle, Jazzy Boutique, Peoples Pharmacy, Somers in St George’s, Hunts Liquors, Belvins Stores, Scottys Liquors, Choices, Shannons, The Cave Mens Store, online at www.BDAtix.bm or from the PURE Promo Team.

For more information, contact Apacheprod@yahoo.com or follow @PureBermuda on Instagram.

 

0621 Hail to the Queen

Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art presents the new exhibit, Hail to the Queen, opening to the public on Tuesday, June 21st.

The show is all about the Queen of Bermuda cruise line that ran during the 40s through to the 60s, with the topic interpreted by a multitude of artists in various mediums.  It will be showcased in the Mezzanine of the Butterfield Gallery.

The opening reception will be from 5.30pm until 7.30pm and the exhibit will run until November 15th.

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.org.

 

 

0625 Foil Fest Safari

Ana Luna invites you to join them on a Foil Fest Safari on Saturday, June 25th.

This America’s Cup Special Sailing, features three AC foiling catamarans involved with speed trials at Foil Fest 2016. The boats are said to be the new 47′ one design which will be used in the finals.

The Ana Luna outing departs Hamilton docks (Barr’s Bay Park preferred) at 10am.  Racing starts at 11am, alongside cruise ships in Dockyard.

A BBQ lunch is included and served and the race will conclude at 4pm, so you’ll have time to stop for a swim in Paradise Lakes before returning to the dock at 5pm.  Since this is a long cruse, you are reminded to bring sun protection, a hat, towels, bathing suit, etc,

The cost is $195 per person, which includes the 7 hour cruise, BBQ lunch, fresh water, and swim stop.  The bar and gratuities are not included.

For more information, or to make a reservation, contact Captain@analunaadventures.com or 504-3780.

 

0525 Foil Fest 2016

Enjoy a unique, free, event presented by America’s Cup Bermuda (ACBDA), in conjunction with WEDCO,  at Foil Fest 2016 on Saturday, June 25th.

This event will feature America’s Cup teams, Artemis Racing, ORACLE TEAM USA (OTUSA) and SoftBank Team Japan in a series of ‘drag races’ in the waters just off of the cruise ship docks.

OTUSA and Team Japan will also open their Dockyard bases to the public from 11am to 1pm and Artemis Racing will have a public presence at the event.

There will be an ‘event village’ complete with: free Kids Zone and Zipline; food, beverage and other vendors; opportunities to sail with the America’s Cup Endeavour Program; and the teams’ AC45 catamarans will be at mooring in Dockyard for public viewing.

Festivities in the event village will be hosted by DJ Rusty G while MC Glenn Jones will host the Dock-In and Dock-Out shows and the actual races. Bermuda’s Red Bull Youth America’s Cup team will also be on hand.

Additional racing will include other Bermuda sailing fleets – Optimists, Comets and Kiteboards – and the Bermuda Pilot Gig Club will do an exhibition race prior to the AC45 races.

The public is encouraged to arrive at the event via the public ferry system to reduce traffic on the roads and parking.

For more information, contact comms@acbda.bm.

 

0625 St George Rotary Club Fish Fry

St. George Rotary Club invite you to join them for their Biannual Famiy Fish Fry and Raffle at Tobacco Bay Beach on Saturday, June 25th.

Make sure to bring your towels, swim gear and so on while the great team of staff at Tobacco Bay serve up some traditional fish dinners and favourite local drinks from 6pm. Take out is available too. The rain date for this event is Saturday, July 2nd.

The cost is $25 for adults, $15 for children.

For more information, or to purchase tickets, contact Andrew Roberts on 734-5921 or drewskie25@hotmail.com.

 

 

 

0702 Portuguese Festival 2016

Good family fun is in store in St. George’s at the 21st Annual Portuguese Festival of the Holy Spirit on Saturday and Sunday, July 2nd and 3rd.

This will take place in King’s Square from from 5pm until 11pm each evening, with local entertainment provided by the Travellers, Caroline Araujo, Stephanie Pacheco, Amalia Pontes, Portuguese Folklore Dancers, Arlindo Andrade and Tony Borges.  Portuguese food and baked goods will be available for sale.

Entry is free.

For more information, contact Lisa Almeida on 293-4245.

 

 

 

0706 Pizzazz Hair and Beauty Show

Bermuda International Collections invite you to the Pizzazz Hair and Beauty Show on Wednesday, July 6th.

The evening begins with cocktails at 6.30pm, before showtime at 7.30pm in the Ruth Seaton James Centre For the Performing Arts.

Tickets are $40 and available from 27th Century, Urban Cottage, Pulp & Circumstance, Orange Bay, www.pTix.bm.

For more information, contact 296-2605 or 707-4393.

 

Fashionistas, mark your diaries as the Bermuda Fashion Festival is back for 2016.  Produced by the City of Hamilton, this annual, week-long fashion celebration will run from Sunday, July 10th until Saturday, July 16th.

0710 Evolution Retail Show

The week opens with Bermuda’s largest fashion event of the year, the Evolution Retail Show on Sunday, July 10th.

The event draws a crowd of thousands to see local entertainers, Bermuda’s top models and a theatrical show.  For the first time ever, Evolution is an afternoon event, so the whole family can enjoy it.

The show starts at 5pm on the front lawn at City Hall **UPDATE: This event will now take place under the mega-tent at #1 Car Park on Front Street**, with the fun starting a little earlier for VIP guests who will have a cocktail reception from 4pm.  Evolution will feature retailers and salons from all parishes, brands available in Bermuda all shown on a 70-foot runway!

General admission is free but you can get the most from this Fashion Extravaganza, by purchasing a VIP ticket for $60 from www.pTix.bm and City Hall offices.  VIP tickets provide reserved seating, a complimentary cocktail reception and access to a cash bar at intermission.

 

 

0711 Hair and Beauty Show

Promising a full sensorial experience, the Bermuda Fashion Festival’s Hair and Beauty Show will be on Monday, July 11th.

This event will begin with cocktails at 6.30pm and showtime at 7.30pm in the Earl Cameron Theatre.  Be prepared for the element of surprise as you experience your human senses heightened at this event, – sight, sound, smell, touch and taste… it’s all there!

Featuring Maybelline Bermuda, Nadz Beauty Salon, Parfait and TK Hair Group, you’ll be astounded by this fully theatrical production.

Tickets are $35 and available from www.pTix.bm and City Hall offices.  Tickets for the Bermuda Fashion Festival Hair & Beauty Show have sold out quickly.

 

0712 International Designer Show

Enjoy an elaborate showcase for overseas designers in the elegant richness of Bermuda at the Bermuda Fashion Festival’s International Designer Show on Tuesday, July 12th.

From 7.30pm in the big tent at #1 Car Park, each designer will present their collection featuring top Bermuda and international models, highlighting the elegance of fashion designs against a backdrop of Bermuda’s beautiful harbour.

Designers include Dana Cooper (an internationally successful Bermudian), Evelyn Lambert, Soka, The House of Thomas LaVone, Monif C. Plus Sizes, and the headline feature designer, Stello.

This event is presented in partnership with JaKoMa Group.
Tickets are $40 and available from www.pTix.bm and City Hall offices.

 

 

0713 Celebrity Golf Classic

Enjoy the fresh air, camaraderie and festival fun at the Bermuda Fashion Festival’s Celebrity Golf Classic on Wednesday, July 13th.

From 8am on the beautiful par 3 course, Turtle Hill Golf Club at Fairmont Southampton, you’ll play with international models and fashion designers and celebrities at this Celebrity Golf Tournament hosted by former Golf Channel broadcaster Win McMurry.  After the round, there will be a prize-giving lunch at Bacci.

The tournament is open to both corporate and social teams.  Prices range from $700 to $3000 per team, depending on the package.  To sign up to play a round with Win, contact golf@bermudafashionfestival.com or download the registration form from www.BermudaFashionFestival.com.

 

 

 

0714 Clarien Local Designer Show

Featuring seven local fashion designers, carefully selected for a four-month mentorship program run by Celebrity Stylist and Fashion Editor Shiona Turini, the Bermuda Fashion Festival’s Clarien Local Designer Show will be on Thursday, July 14th.

Produced by the City of Hamilton and supported by international magazine editors and fashion professionals, the end result is this breathtaking, unique fashion runway show in the big tent at #1 Car Park.  Each designer’s collection debuts on the Bermuda Fashion Festival runway – you see it here first!

Designers are Coral Coast Clothing by Adam Petty and Sam Outerbridge, JRU by Jakai Franks, Juliana Gibbons by Juliana, LoveBomb by Brittany Wolffe, M. Lewis by Michaela Lewis, NOVAH Swimwear by Madeline White, XoeTiqu by James Lee,

With the stunning backdrop of Hamilton Harbour, this fashion event promises to be completely inspiring, and will begin with cocktails at 6.30pm before showtime at 7.30pm.

Tickets are $40 and available from www.pTix.bm and City Hall offices.

 

Dress in your finest and join friends as two outstanding Bermudians who have built remarkable global careers in fashion are celebrated at the Bermuda Fashion Festival’s Coach Black Tie Gala on Saturday, July 16th.

Ian Bickley, President of International Group, Coach Inc., and Shiona Turini, Celebrity Stylist and Fashion Editor will both be honoured and presented the first ever Bermuda Fashion Achievement Awards for their international success in the industry.

The Coach Black Tie Gala is the culmination and grand finale of the week-long Bermuda Fashion Festival 2016, celebrating fashion in Bermuda, and will take place in the Fairmont Southampton’s Poinciana Ballroom.

Be a part of history and enjoy complimentary cocktails upon arrival from 7pm, a three course banquet from 8pm, and a live band and dancing into the night.  Each ticket holder will also receive a Coach gift.

Tickets are $299 and available from info@BermudaFashionFestival.com.

 

For more information on any of these events, visit www.BermudaFashionFestival.com.

 

 

 

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Save the Date: Quick Recap of Upcoming Bermuda Events

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0608 Raleigh Bermuda Graduation and Launch Ceremony

Raleigh Bermuda Graduation and Launch Ceremony 2016 – June 8th

0608 Plastic Ocean

BUEI Talks: Plastic Oceans with Jo Ruxton – June 8th

BSoA Wine Tasting: Italian Art of Wine – June 9th

0609 Simunye We Are One

Simunye: We Are One – June 9th

0609 Meditation Course

Meditation Course Training – starts June 9th

0609 Leroyfest Within

Leroyfest: Within – June 9th and 11th

Bermuda Summit 2016 – June 9th and 10th

0610 Happy Arrrrrr Me Hearties

**NEW  Happy Arrrr Me Hearties: Neon Pirate Happy Hour – June 10th

0610 UDP Dance Recital

UDP Dance Recital 2016 – June 10th and 11th

0610 Chewstick Summer Retreat on Paget Island

Chewstick Foundation’s Summer Retreat on Paget Island – June 10th to 12th

0611 BHS Golf Fundraiser

BHS Teachers’ Association Golf Fundraiser – June 11th

0611 iSwim Charity Fun Relay Meet

iSwim Charity Fun Relay Meet – June 11th

Heron Bay Primary’s 90th Anniversary Alumni Luncheon – June 11th

0611 Twerkout and Nutrition Workshop

Twerkout & Socafit Nutrition Workshop – June 11th

0611 Rhythm Lab Jazz Gathering

The Rhythm Lab’s 14th Jazz Gathering – June 11th

0611 Stone Love

Stone Love – June 11th

0611 Studio One Open House

**NEW  Studio One 2nd Anniversary Open House and Super Saturday Sale – June 11th

0611 Bermuda Dance Academy Recital In The Movies

**NEW  Bermuda Dance Academy Recital: In The Movies – June 11th

0612 TORC Extreme Sport Showdown

TORC Extreme Sport Showdown – June 12th

0612 Welcome Home Baby Expecting Parents Forum

Welcome Home Baby: Expecting Parents Forum – June 12th

0612 Experience Cooking in the 18th Century

Experience Cooking in the 18th Century Era – June 12th

0612 Tokio Sprint Triathlon

**NEW  Tokio Millennium Re Triathlon – June 12th

0612 Queens Birthday Celebration

**NEW  A Celebration of the Birthday of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II – June 12th

Event

**NEW  Bermuda Society For The Blind: Vision Talk – June 13th

0614 Real Estate Compliance

Lunch & Learn: Real Estate Compliance 2017 – What You Need to Know – June 14th

0615 Yoga Foundation Course

Yoga Foundation Course – starts June 15th

0615 Drenchd Wet Fete

Drench’d Wet Fete – June 15th

0615 Tomorrows Voices Workshop

**NEW  Training Institute Workshops: Why Play? & Using Technology As An Effective Teaching Tool – June 15th

0615 How Much Would You Pay to See Me

**NEW  How Much Would You Pay to See Me…? Fundraiser – June 15th

0421 Thirsty Thursday 5K Pub Run

Thirsty Thursday 5K Pub Run Series – June 16th

0616 CastAway Bermuda

CastAway Bermuda – June 16th

0617 Duel of the Ages

**NEW  Duel of the Ages – June 17th

0617 Bermuda Heroes Weekend

Bermuda Heroes Weekend – June 17th to 20th

0615 Yoga Foundation Course

Yoga Foundation Course – starts June 18th

0315 Car Boot Sale

Peace Lutheran Church Car Boot Sale – June 18th

0619 400th Anniversary Service of St Annes Church

**NEW  400th Anniversary Service of St. Anne’s Church – June 19th

0619 Fathers Day Lunch at Cafe Lido

**NEW  Father’s Day Lunch at Cafe Lido – June 19th

0619 Cafe Coco Fathers Day Brunch

**NEW  Father’s Day Brunch at Coco Reef – June 19th

0619 Pure White Party

**NEW  PURE: The 8th Annual All White Party – June 19th

0620 Community Fun Day

Community Fun Day – June 20th

Art with a Twist – June 21st

0609 Leroyfest Within

Leroyfest: Intimate – June 22nd

0524 Ana Luna Glow Work Champagne Safari

Ana Luna Glow Worms Safari – June 22nd and 23rd

0609 Leroyfest Within

Leroyfest: Salt of the Earth – June 24th

0625 Prospect Secondary School 30 Year Reunion

Prospect Secondary School for Girls 30 Year School Reunion – June 25th

The Don Spencer Comedy Hypnotist Show – June 25th

0609 Leroyfest Within

Leroyfest: Hidden Spaces – June 25th

0625 Foil Fest Safari

**NEW  Foil Fest Safari – June 25th

0525 Foil Fest 2016

**NEW  Foil Fest 2016 featuring Artemis Racing, ORACLE TEAM USA and SoftBank Team Japan – June 25th

0625 St George Rotary Club Fish Fry

**NEW  St. George Rotary Club Fish Fry – June 25th

0626 Lepercq Memorial

Lepercq Memorial Tournament – June 26th

0626 Nick Silk Drawing

Nick Silk Drawing Workshop at Masterworks – June 26th

0627 Learn To Row

Learn to Row Camp: Adult Course – starts June 27th

0615 Yoga Foundation Course

Yoga Foundation Course – starts July 2nd

0702 ACIB Canada Day Beach Party

Annual ACIB Canada Day BBQ Beach Party – July 2nd

0702 Portuguese Festival 2016

**NEW 21st Portuguese Festival of the Holy Spirit – July 2nd and 3rd

0703 Vacation Bible School

Vacation Bible School – July 3rd to 7th

0704 Dolphin Quest Connecting to Nature Camps Summer

Dolphin Quest Connect to Nature Summer Camp – July 4th to September 2nd

0704 Summer Squash Camp

Summer Squash Camp 2016 – weekly from July 4th to August 12th

0627 Learn To Row

Learn to Row Camp: Junior Camp Session 1 – starts July 4th

0706 Pizzazz Hair and Beauty Show

**NEW  Bermuda International Collections: Pizzazz Hair and Beauty Show – July 6th

0709 Sportz Mania's Summer Multi Sport Programs

Sportz Mania 2016 Summer Multi-Sport Programs – starts July 9th

0626 Nick Silk Drawing

Nick Silk Drawing Workshop at Masterworks – July10th

0710 Evolution Retail Show

**NEW  Bermuda Fashion Festival: Evolution Retail Show – July 10th

0711 Hair and Beauty Show

**NEW  Bermuda Fashion Festival: Hair and Beauty Show – July 11th

0712 International Designer Show

**NEW  Bermuda Fashion Festival: International Designer Show – July 12th

0713 Celebrity Golf Classic

**NEW  Bermuda Fashion Festival: Celebrity Golf Classic – July 13th

0714 Clarien Local Designer Show

**NEW  Bermuda Fashion Festival: Clarien Local Designer Show – July 14th

**NEW  Bermuda Fashion Festival: Coach Black Tie Gala – July 16th

0627 Learn To Row

Learn to Row Camp: Junior Camp Session 2 – starts July 18th

0524 Ana Luna Glow Work Champagne Safari

Ana Luna Glow Worms Safari – July 21st and 22nd

0725 Bermuda Toastmasters 20 Anniversary Banquet

Bermuda Toastmasters 20th Anniversary Banquet – July 25th

0524 Ana Luna Glow Work Champagne Safari

Ana Luna Glow Worms Safari – August 20th and 21st

0524 Ana Luna Glow Work Champagne Safari

Ana Luna Glow Worms Safari – September 18th and 19th

Event

Bermuda Sloop Foundation 10th Anniversary Celebration – September 30th

Raleigh Bermuda 4th Annual Hamilton Harbour Casino Classic Fundraiser – October 1st

1007 Evening of Spirited Celebration

An Evening of Spirited Celebration – October 7th

0524 Ana Luna Glow Work Champagne Safari

Ana Luna Glow Worms Safari – October 18th and 19th

Art for Sail: Auction of Painted Sloops – October 20th

Bermuda Marathon Weekend

2017 Bermuda Marathon Weekend – January 13th to 15th

 

 

Art Exhibits

Bermuda Arts Centre at Dockyard

Exhibits at Bermuda Arts Centre at Dockyard

 

Common Ground Logo

SPArt at Common Ground

 

Exhibits at Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art

 

 

Enjoy the rest of the week!

 

C

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