October 5th, 2016: Bermuda Events Update
Well, I’m back – did you miss me? Did you even notice I was gone? Ah well, it is technically Fall now but you’d never know with the beautiful weather we are having on our evergreen island. If you are reading this from afar, it is the perfect time to book a trip to come visit us, especially since the Bermuda calendar of events is really heating up at this time of year!
As always, don’t forget to check out the Quick Recap Section at the bottom of the post for a full listing of all upcoming events, included those previously covered in previous posts.
To wrap up the Police Week 2016 events, The Bermuda Police Service will be hosting a Charity Casino Night on Friday, October 7th
This will start at 6pm at the Police Recreation Club in Prospect and guests must be over 18. The ticket price includes a buffet dinner and a complimentary drink.
Tickets are $20 and can be purchased from the Police Recreation Club, The Commissioners Office or they can be delivered. The proceeds of this event will be share between their two 2016/17 Police Week Charities, Special Olympics Bermuda and The Family Centre.
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or PC Kimberley Spring on 717-2062.
Bermuda’s largest resort is kicking off another round of specials to show that Fairmont Southampton Loves Locals! During the month of October, you can secure exceptional savings with an Early Bird Special for all Annual Resort Memberships, if you sign up by October 31st.
Indulge, unwind and exercise – choose your favourite luxury membership for Willow Stream Spa, Turtle Hill Golf Club or Tennis, or all of them combined – just without the luxury price tag.
This is an opportunity to receive exclusive amenities and property-wide privileges, while saving up to $1,600 compared to full price annual membership rates. Terms and conditions apply. The special rates are only valid if booked by October 31st, 2016 and full price annual membership rates will be effective from November 1st, 2016.
For more information, to sign up, or for your free tour of the membership areas, contact Ashley Shepherd on 239-6931 or Ashley.Shepherd@Fairmont.com.
All bargain hunters are welcome at the Car Boot Sale, Bingo and Portuguese Donuts at St. Anthony’s Church on Saturday, October 8th.
This will run from 9am until 2pm.
For vendors, the cost is $25 per spot, which includes a table.
For more information, or to book your spot, contact Patricia at 505-0702.
Learn how to become a non smoker through hypnosis at the Freedom from Smoke Workshop on Saturday, October 8th.
From 9.30am until 4.30pm at Spirit House, you will experience hypnosis to eliminate your desire and cravings for cigarettes.
This workshop boasts an extraordinary high success rate compared with any quit smoking method. It is designed so you will leave the workshop as non-smoker.
If you have a strong desire to quite smoking or if you are already an ex smoker who wants to reinforce your decision as a non smoker then this is for you.
The cost is $95.
For more information, or to register, contact Dr Bianca Komansky on 300-0505 or email@example.com.
From 10am until 4pm at BUEI, you can try devices like computers that talk and magnifiers that enlarge up to 75X, view talking watches, large print playing cards, and products that make cooking safe. You can order items that you would like to purchase and payment by cash or cheque is required with your order.
There will also be opportunities to meet people who use assistive technology and specially designed products everyday.
Two presentations will also take place in BUEI’s Tradewinds Auditorium. At 11am, Diabetes and How It Can Affect Vision will be presented by Sara McKittrick, Diabetes Educator, Bermuda Diabetes Association and Dr. V. C. Parthasarathy, Bermuda International Eye Institute, Ltd. Then at 1pm, National Library Staff will host a presentation on How To Download Free Audio Books.
This event is free and open to the public.
For more information, contact 292-3231.
Everyone is invited to throw back to the Disco era this October – for those of you who lived in Bermuda in the 80s, come and relive your youth at the Disco 40 Pop Up on Saturday, October 8th.
For others who have no idea what this is, you are invited to pack the place and dance the night away at an awesome night of throwback music from the late 70s and 80s from 9pm until 3am at Docksiders. There will be a cash bar and food available to buy throughout the night to stave off those munchies when they hit. Arrive early for dinner and you will receive 10% off your bill.
Tickets are $60 each, including one drink, and are available for sale at www.pTix.bm. All proceeds are going to the Warwick Academy Alumni Bursary Fund which helps current Warwick Students of Alumni.
For more information, contact Terri McDowell on 239-9466 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or Jane Vickers on 239-9465 or email@example.com.
Celebrate our entertainers, chefs and the best food served on four wheels at Bermuda’s first Food Truck Festival on Sunday, October 9th.
From 1pm until 6pm in #1 Car Park on Front Street, participating food vendors will include Keith’s Kitchen, Ginger Beer Truck, Stevens Lunch Wagon, DeGraffs Lunch Counter, Cann-Da-Licious, Ashley’s Lemonade Stand, Scoops n Cones Ice Cream Truck, AAA Hot Dog Cart, Jor-Jay’s Lunch Wagon, Bermuda Cupcake Company Snowball Shack, Smokin Barrell and Dandy Donuts.
Live entertainment will be courtesy of Working Title, The Kennel Boys, The Simons Brothers, In Motion Dance, Robert and Jaimie, and A Soca Powder hour by DJ Rusty G.
For more information, contact 296-9200 or visit www.GoToBermuda.com.
Join in the fun at a special girls only event to mark the UN International Day of the Girl on Sunday, October 9th.
From 2pm until 5pm at National Sports Centre and Pool (North Field), you can learn about challenges that girls face here and around the globe as the largest demographic facing poverty.
There will also be opportunities to try new activities, including diving and sailing, so you are invited to bring a swimsuit and towel. The activities have been mainly selected to expose girls to traditionally boy sports and STEM, including coding, robotics and auto-technology. You can come for any part of the afternoon and try everything.
This event is free and you can either show up on the day or RSVP on Facebook.
For more information, or to send a message, visit the Facebook event.
The Bermuda Arts Centre invites you to their latest show, The Team Returns, opening on Sunday, October 9th.
The Bermuda Arts Centre is the only gallery in Bermuda that has four working studios. This allows visitors to converse with local artists and witness forms of art being created. The Team Returns features new work created by their four studio artists – Nahed Eid, Christopher Marson, Christopher Grimes and Chesley Trott.
Nahed Eid works with Mixed Media. She takes bits and pieces of discarded every day items and turns them into functional art pieces. Her pieces are embellished with semi precious stones and wire. Whoever thought that a mere cork screw could actually turn into an amazing functional piece of art?
Christopher Marson works with Watercolour/Gouache/Oil. Although known as one of Bermuda’s leading watercolourists, Christopher is not afraid to try any and every media. From his calming watercolours to vibrant oils, Christopher takes his viewers through the Island by back roads, to peaceful coves above, rooftops and through the rough seas of a storm.
Christopher Grimes works with Oil. Known for his subject of ‘Old Bermuda’, Christopher takes us back in time. From the wreck of the Sea Venture, to the building of Hamilton City, his art work leads through the passage of time. Some of the buildings are still standing, but more often than not, a quiet field has now been transformed into a major road way. Any Bermuda history buff will certainly be enthralled with his forgotten and beautiful scenes.
Chesley Trott works with Cedar. Chesley Trott is their senior resident artist and has been creating sculptures in cedar and bronze since our opening of the Arts Centre in 1984. The work found in the studio of resident artist Chesley Trott captures more than just the visual sense. It is hard to resist running a hand over the surface of one of his skillfully carved sculptures and one cannot miss the distinctive scent of Bermuda cedar released as he works with this aromatic, native wood.
Chesley’s sculptures are visual expressions of his hopes, dreams, experiences and interests. He tries to formulate out of wood, bronze and concrete his thoughts and ideas concerning plants, shapes, human bodies and animals that have made an impression on him. Often the essence of that though or idea is expressed in an abstract shape or form. After a career teaching art to children Chesley now devotes his time to creating his own artwork. But, his love of teaching means that he makes time to pass on his knowledge and skill through various classes held in his studio.
The opening is from 5.30pm until 7pm on Sunday, October 9th and the show runs until November 18th.
Admission is free. The Arts Centre is open daily from 10am to 5pm and is wheelchair accessible.
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.ArtBermuda.com.
The Association of Canadians in Bermuda (ACIB) Board Members are hosting this year’s Canadian Thanksgiving Day Dinner at Victoria Grill on Monday, October 10th.
From 5.30pm, Happy Hour drink specials will be available in RumBar right below the restaurant. Reservations for a full turkey dinner, with all the usual Thanksgiving trimmings you love, will be available at Victoria Grill from 6.30pm.
All are welcome to join in this celebration of the Canadian National Holiday. Directions and restaurant info can be found at www.Victoria-Grill.com.
The cost is $29.95 per person and reservations are required. To make your reservation, contact Will Black (ACIB President) via Facebook message or email to email@example.com with your name, number of guests and contact email.
Final reservation numbers are requested by the afternoon of Thursday, October 6th.
Wine? Bingo? No, it’s not heaven, it’s just the Bermuda National Women’s Rugby Team hosting a Wine Tasting & Bingo Night on Friday, October 14th.
Running from 6pm until 9pm at Gosling’s Wine Cellar, the ticket price includes 6 glasses of wine, your first bingo card and some light bites.
Tickets are $50 and all proceeds to go towards assisting youth players and travel costs for the National Team traveling to Trinidad & Tobago in November 2016 to compete in the RAN 7s. Registered Charity #641.
For more information, or to purchase tickets, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
It’s no secret that some of Bermuda’s most popular restaurants can be found at Fairmont Southampton, and this fall island residents are invited to take part in a dining challenge and experience firsthand some of the top culinary talent in Bermuda. Fairmont Southampton proudly introduces the 3-3-1 Challenge, running from Saturday, October 15th until Thursday, December 15th.
Simply enjoy three courses at any of the resort’s restaurants, three times between those dates and you will receive one complimentary night at Fairmont Southampton.* The resort’s ten dining destinations include something for every palate and every mood from the award-winning steakhouse Waterlot Inn and the vibrant atmosphere of Newport, A Gastropub to Italian specialties at Bacci and the casual atmosphere of Jasmine Lounge.
*Terms and conditions apply to this offer. To qualify, you must have all dining receipts attached to a specific card, available at Fairmont Southampton. The offer is cumulative (dine 6 times get 2 free room nights, dine 9 times, get 3 free room nights, etc). There must be a minimum of 2 adults per restaurant visit. Free nights must be redeemed from January 2nd, 2017 until March 31st, 2017. No cash substitution is permitted, and the gratuity and resort levy are additional.
For more information, contact Carolyn Smith at Carolyn.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Grab a bargain at the Peace Lutheran Church Car Boot Sale on Saturday, October 15th.
This will run from 9am to 2pm and promises lots of bargains on household items, clothes, shoes, children’s clothes, toys, DVDs, CDs, jewellery, plants and lots more. Why not enjoy a cup of coffee and a hot dog while shopping?
For more information, contact Carol Carvalho on 747-3377.
Enjoy original stories penned by local writers that may give you goosebumps and cause you to check over your shoulder at a passing breeze at Bermudian Heartbeats: Ghost Writers on Saturday, October 15th.
From 6pm until 8pm at Verdmont, a beautiful historic house built in the early 1700s and now operating as a Bermuda National Trust museum, you can enjoy this evening of readings about things that go bump in the night, featuring stories by Adam Gauntlett, Catherine Hay, Elizabeth Jones, Alan C. Smith, Andrea Ottley and others.
Light refreshments will be served.
This event is free to the public, but spaces are limited. Free tickets are available from the office and from www.BDAtix.bm.
For more information, contact Folklife Officer Dr. Kim Dismont Robinson on 292-1681 or email@example.com.
Discover excellence and creativity in Perfumery and Culinary arts as you witness the artistic and sensorial collaboration of Master Perfumer Isabelle Ramsay-Brackstone and Master Chef Jean-Claude Garzia at the exceptional olfactive pairing dinner Haute Parfumerie Meets Fine Cuisine in Bermuda on Saturday, October 15th.
For the first time in Bermuda, from 7pm at Beau Rivage Restaurant, two renowned local talents will be offering a playful and educational perfume and fine cuisine pairing experience. Master Perfumer Ramsay-Brackstone will be pairing six iconic fragrances, from her current Lili Bermuda collection, with six flavorful courses created by Master Chef Garzia.
Scents and aromas pairing will be described for each course. For the utmost tasting association, Champagne Mercier Brut will be served during cocktails and pairing dinner.
The cost is $195 per person plus 17% gratuities or $1750 per table of 10 people, plus gratuities.
For more information, or to make your reservation, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.BeauRivageBDA.com.
Enjoy a night of games and entertainment to raise funds for the charity’s education and community initiatives as The Continental Society of Bermuda invites you to attend Casino Royale on Saturday, October 15th.
From 8pm until midnight at BUEI, Casino Royale will feature a variety of casino games including Black Jack, Roulette and Bermuda’s favourite – Crown and Anchor. Music will be provided by DJ Blacka Knights who is sure to get the crowd dancing all night. The ticket price includes paying chips, one drink, a raffle ticket and canapes.
Tickets are $125 and are available from members.
For more information, or to purchase tickets, contact email@example.com.
The Vernon Temple A.M.E. Church will celebrate their Annual Woman’s Day on Sunday, October 16th.
The festivities will begin with a Prayer Breakfast on Saturday, October 8th, followed by a Revival Service on Tuesday, October 11th.
Woman’s Day Worship on Sunday, October 16th will include 3 services at 7am, 10am and and 4pm.
Immediately following the 10am service, there will be a catered luncheon in the hall. Tickets are $20 and can be obtained from the church office or a Vernon Temple member.
For more information, contact church office at 238-1178.
Get your skates on for the Bermuda Roller Derby Recruitment Day on Sunday, October 16th.
From 2pm until 4pm at Pembroke Community Club (PCC) Rink, at the top of Admirality House, Bermuda Roller Derby invite you to try your hand at skating with them. They’ll tell you more about the sport, what’s involved in joining the league, and how derby has impacted all of their lives for the better.
This isn’t just a female sport though. They do indeed need some ladies of all shapes and sizes to join, but they also need males to step up as refs. The best part is, refs can skate on inline or quads so you have no excuses.
Don’t have skates? They’ll have skates and gear for you to borrow on the day.
For more information, or to RSVP, visit their Facebook event or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bermuda High School invite you to join them to learn about how the Girls’ Advantage at BHS can benefit your daughter at their BHS Information Evening on Tuesday, October 18th.
Running from 6pm until 8pm, this is an Early Years Programme, Year 1 and Year 7 Information Evening. All are welcome to come and learn about these programmes and meet with the Head of Divisions and the Head of School.
There is no cost to attend and no need to RSVP.
For more information, contact the Director of Admissions, Mrs. Kurte Loescher on email@example.com.
The soul of a wine-producing company is, naturally, its winemaker. Leonardo Bellaccini is the winemaker who nourishes the soul of San Felice Winery in Tuscany, Italy. Burrows Lightbourn invite you to join Leonardo for his first ever visit to Bermuda at a special Agricola San Felice Winemaker’s Dinner on Tuesday, October 18th.
Arrival is at 6.30pm for a 7pm dinner at BLU Bar & Grill. This will be a 4-course Tuscan evening of exploration, through some of San Felice’s most iconic bottles….including Vermentino, Rosso di Montalcino, Chianti Classico Gran Selezione, Brunello di Montalcino and their Vigorello Super-Tuscan.
Siena-born, he received his degree there in Viticulture and Oenology at the Istituto Superiore, then interned in France (Bordeaux) and in Switzerland (Zion). After winning a scholarship from the Consorzio del Chianti Classico, he joined San Felice and quickly became its oenologist, responsible for quality of its world-renowned wines.
There will be a maximum of 60 guests and all tables will be set for parties of 6 and 8, so parties fewer in number will be seated with others. Please be reminded of a strict cancellation policy of 72 hours prior to the event.
The cost is $150 per guest, inclusive of grats.
For more information, or to make a reservation, contact firstname.lastname@example.org, including a phone number and number in your party. Confirmation of your reservation will be given via reply to email.
Celebrating the music and lives of Nina Simone and Josephine Baker, L’Alliance Française des Bermudes present Soiree Jazz on Saturday, October 22nd.
Both Josephine and Nina lived in France, created extraordinary music, were great entertainers, and lived extraordinary lives.
From 8pm on the on the terrace of The Royal Bermuda Yacht Club, The Tony Bari Trio, with singers Joy Barnum and Sheila Smith, will bring them to life for this unique and unmissable one-off event.
Tickets are $40 for AF members or $50 for non-members and include a welcome drink. Tickets are limited so you are invited to purchase yours now at Pulp and Circumstance or online at www.BDAtix.bm to secure your seat.
For more information, contact Nicky Gurret on 295-4597.
Designed to allow you to make space for your creative side while learning how to align body mind and spirit, the Creative Women’s Retreat will be on Saturday, October 29th.
This will run from 10am until 3pm at The Painted Gate Art Studio at the Civil and Military Lodge on King Street. Just as we pamper ourselves physically with massage, this one day retreat is like a “creative spa day”, all about pampering our minds with the time to let loose and get creative!
Lunch is being prepared by chef Meaghan McKenzie, whose life’s work is focused on the details of health, and she can explain the science behind the healthy meal and what benefits you can expect for your body. She is described as a specialised health foodie and all around beautiful person.
You will have the chance to make a personalised dream catcher, learning the process and meaning behind each loop, bead and feather.
You will also be creating inspirational artwork on wooden “canvases”. These will be reminders of your joy to see every day.
Promising to be an investment in yourself and your creative spirit, personal development is the keystone to professional development.
N.B. If your employer allocates funds for professional development, there is a letter that you can submit to ask to attend and be financed by your employer.
The cost is $145 per person.
For more information, or to register, contact email@example.com.
Promising the best Halloween party in Bermuda, Mariners RFC will once again host their Annual Halloween Party at Flanagan’s and Outback Sports Bar, on Saturday, October 29th.
From 8pm until close, they will have DJs (including DJ Bubbles) spinning the best and scariest music, a photo booth, drink specials and jello shots at the door. Tickets and capacity are limited and this event sold out quickly last year.
Tickets are $25 in advance from www.pTix.bm, firstname.lastname@example.org or from Flanagan’s Irish Pub, or $35 at the door.
Katherine Smithwick ’08 and Heather Parker P’18 ’16 cordially invite you to an Admissions, Alumni and Parent Reception with Middlesex School on Tuesday, November 8th.
Running from 6.30pm until 8.30pm at The Reefs, this event will be hosted by A. David Dodwell P’94 and David. M Dodwell ’94. Middlesex School, located in Concord, Massachusetts, is a boarding school for 9th to 12th grade, so students and parents who are interested in high school are particularly welcome.
There is no cover charge.
For more information, or to RSVP by November 1st, contact RSVP@mxschool.edu.
The charming old town of St. George’s will be magical at the annual Bermuda National Trust Christmas Walkabout on Friday, December 2nd.
Running from 6pm until 9pm, the excitement and romantic yesteryear elegance that the Trust brings to St. George’s should not be missed.
There will be entertainment throughout the town and refreshments will be served at various locations marked on a map that will be distributed on the evening. Children can meet Santa and make Christmas crafts at the Edith Clair Spencer Hall.
The Trust’s Walkabout has become a popular community event with the generous support of volunteer musicians, dancers, singers and school groups marking the start of the Christmas season.
The public are invited to explore some of the oldest continually occupied buildings in the New World which will be decorated and candle lit for the event. Old favourites such as the Old Rectory, Samaritans’ Lodge, Buckingham, Tucker House and the Globe Hotel will also be open on the evening. King’s Square will have a host of dancers and musicians for your entertainment.
This festive event is free.
For more information, contact 236-6483.
Enjoy nature’s laser light show in a fun and relaxing evening aboard the luxury sailing catamaran Ana Luna, as they invite you to join them for a Glow Worms Safari starting for the 2017 season on Friday and Saturday, May 12th and 13th, running twice a month until October.
This exotic evening on the seas will begin when the boat departs from the dock at Grotto Bay. The boat will depart at 7pm on May 12th and 13th, 7.30pm on June 11th and 12th, 7.30pm on July 11th and 12th, 7pm on August 9th and 10th, 6.30pm on September 8th and 9th, and 6pm on October 7th and 8th.
After enjoying the pinks and blues of the sunset, you can witness its aftermath in the form of the glow-in-the-dark mating ritual of these unusual creatures, performed 56 minutes after sunset, two and three days after the full moon during the warmer months. Following the biolumenecent worm display, you will enjoy moonrise with a complimentary champagne toast, courtesy of the captain, before returning to the dock.
A cash bar will be available throughout the evening, so you just have to bring a light jacket, party hat and maybe a love interest…
The cost is $79 per person and tickets can be purchased from www.pTix.bm. Kids are welcome.
For more information, contact Captain@analunaadventures.com or 504-3780.
Save the Date: Quick Recap of Upcoming Bermuda Events
Emmanuel Baptist Church BOW Conference – September 30th through October 7th
Back Words: A Play by David Schubach – September 29th to October 1st, then October 6th to 8th
Fifth Annual International Colloquium on Black Males in Education – October 4th to 7th
Bookface Competition Deadline – October 5th
**RESCHEDULED Move More Dance/Walk – October 5th
Magic of the Musicals – October 6th through October 15th
Laughing Yoga Fridays – starts October 7th
Bermuda Rose Society Monthly Meet-up – starts October 7th
An Evening of Spirited Celebration – October 7th
**NEW BPS Charity Casino Night – October 7th
St. Mark’s Car Boot Sale – October 8th
Hat Making 101 – October 8th
Essential Low Back Program – starts October 8th
**NEW St. Anthony’s Church Car Boot, Bingo and Portuguese Donuts – October 8th
**NEW Freedom from Smoke Workshop – October 8th
**NEW World Sight Day Technology Fair – October 8th
**NEW Disco 40 Pop Up – October 8th
**NEW International Day of the Girl – October 9th
**NEW Bermuda Food Truck Festival – October 9th
Red’s Wine Tasting Series: Red Wines of Italy – October 10th
**NEW ACIB Canadian Thanksgiving Dinner at Victoria Grill – October 10th
Complimentary Showing of Becoming Bulletproof – October 11th
**NEW Bermuda Women’s Rugby Wine Tasting & Bingo Night – October 14th
Pick Your Own Pumpkins – October 14th and 15th
Bermuda Toastmasters 20th Anniversary Banquet –
June 25th October 15th
Bermuda Guild of Stitchery Bi-Annual Tea and Sale – October 15th
City Arts Festival – October 15th
Monte Carlo Casino Night – October 28th
An Evening of Gospel & Jazz Under the Stars – October 15th
**NEW Fairmont Southampton 3-3-1 Challenge – starts October 15th
**NEW Peace Lutheran Church Car Boot Sale – October 15th
**NEW Bermudian Heartbeats: Ghost Writers – October 15th
**NEW Haute Parfumerie Meets Fine Cuisine in Bermuda – October 15th
**NEW The Continental Society of Bermuda: Casino Royale – October 15th
Nick Silk Drawing Workshop at Masterworks – October 16th
**DATE CHANGE Bermuda Docs Weekend Film Series – October
**NEW Vernon Temple AME Church Woman’s Day – October 16th
**NEW Bermuda Roller Derby Recruitment Day – October 16th
**NEW BHS Information Evening – October 18th
**NEW San Felice Tuscan Winemaker’s Dinner – October 18th
Ana Luna Glow Worms Safari – October 18th and 19th
Art for Sail: Auction of Painted Sloops – October 20th
Red’s Wine Tasting Series: 5 Course Wine Dinner – October 20th
Art 4 Sail Auction – October 21st
**NEW Soiree Jazz: Celebrating the Extraordinary Nina Simone and Josephine Baker – October 22nd
The Bermuda Kennel Club’s 2016 Dog Shows – October 22nd and 23rd
Lupie Groupie Fun Run/Walk – October 23rd
BNG & BUT Conference for MoED Educators – October 25th
Read For The Record 2016 – October 27th
**NEW Creative Women’s Retreat – October 29th
**NEW Mariners RFC Halloween Party – October 29th
The Inner World of the Chakras: The Seven Keys to Happiness – October 29th & 30th
Trunk or Treat – October 31st
**NEW Middlesex Admissions, Alumni and Parent Reception – November 8th
Wine & Design Event – November 18th
2016 Annual BNG Student Art Competition Deadline – November 25th
**NEW Bermuda National Trust Christmas Walkabout – December 2nd
Home Grown Alternatives Market – December 10th
2017 Bermuda Marathon Weekend – January 13th to 15th
**NEW Ana Luna Glow Worms Safari – May 12th and 13th
**NEW Ana Luna Glow Worms Safari – June 11th and 12th
**NEW Ana Luna Glow Worms Safari – July 11th and 12th
**NEW Ana Luna Glow Worms Safari – August 9th and 10th
**NEW Ana Luna Glow Worms Safari – September 8th and 9th
**NEW Ana Luna Glow Worms Safari – October 7th and 8th
Exhibits at Bermuda Arts Centre at Dockyard
Exhibits at Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art
- Up Country Down Country – until December 31st
- Hail to the Queen – June 21st to November 15th
- Two Generations – September 2nd to 28th
Bermuda National Gallery – until November 26th
- Bermuda Biennial 2016 – It’s About Now: Memories of the Present
- Staging Mary Prince: In Her Own Words…by international artist Joscelyn Gardner
- The Bermuda Collection
Exhibits at Bermuda Society of Arts – October 14th until November 8th
- Onions Gallery: TechArt
- Edinburgh Gallery: More to be Revealed by Melanie Francis
Enjoy the rest of the week!