November 23rd, 2016 Bermuda Calendar Update
Morning Boys and Girls!
Well, there’s no holding it back now – the Christmas and NYE events are starting to flow in, so we can all start to make plans! If you are organising your own, don’t forget to submit full details to http://NothingtodoinBermuda.com/Submit-Your-Event.html so that I can let everyone else know! As you’ll see, there are already plenty of ways to celebrate the season in Bermuda.
Here are the latest additions to Bermuda’s calendar since last week’s post. 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, including those previously covered in previous posts.
The Bermuda Tourism Authority, in partnership with the Department of Community and Cultural Affairs, have unveiled this season’s Uncover the Arts Programme, running from now until April 2017.
This package of events and activities for our visitors include highlights such as the Take A Bite Out of Bermuda (TABOOB) Food Tour, Hidden Gems Tours, Cooper’s Island Tours, Tom Moore’s Jungle Tour, Visitor Golf Day, Guided Walking Tour of the City of Hamilton, Sessions House Tour, Skirling Ceremony, Bermuda Cookery Demonstration, World Heritage Centre Tour, Deliverance Tour, Special Bermuda Lectures, Spittal Pond Nature Reserve Tour, Wadson’s Farm Tour, Bermuda Gombey Revue, East End Museum Tour, Two and Quarter Photography Walk About, Creating Scents Workshop at the Bermuda Perfumery, Dolphin Demonstrations, Hamilton History and Tales, Walking Tour and Historical Re-Enactment in the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Discover the Royal Naval Dockyard Tour , and more.
Enjoy panoramic ocean views with your family or friends as you celebrate Thanksgiving at The Reefs on Thursday, November 24th
Reservations are available from 6pm until 9.45pm and the special a la carte menu can be viewed here.
The cost is $48 per person, plus 17% gratuity.
Want to have Thanksgiving at home but don’t want to cook? The Reefs are also serving up all your favourites at their Thanksgiving Carry Out Special, so that you can place your order for pick up and take a delicious feast home with you. The full menu can be viewed here and reservations must be made by 2pm on Wednesday.
For more information, or to make a reservation or order, contact 238-0222 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sit down to a classic Thanksgiving Day Buffet Dinner with all the trimmings at Fairmont Southampton’s Windows on the Sound on Thursday, November 24th.
From 6pm until 10pm, you can expect all of your traditional holiday favourites along with a few local twists. Enjoy items from the live carving station, including slow roasted turkey with gravy & cranberry-orange chutney, Gosling’s rum-glazed ham, or mustard & garlic marinated striploin of Angus beef. Indulge with traditional sides like whipped sweet potatoes, creamy string bean casserole, and rosemary fingerling potatoes. Save space for the dessert buffet, including their pastry chef’s famous pumpkin pie. The full menu can be viewed here.
The cost is $65 plus 17% gratuity.
The cost is $65 plus 17% gratuity.
You’ll also find some Thanksgiving Day Specials at The Waterlot Inn & The Newport, a Gastropub. Dine at their historic steakhouse, The Waterlot Inn, or take an innovative culinary adventure at The Newport, a Gastropub. Each restaurant will also feature a Thanksgiving Day dinner special on Thursday, November 24th.
Reservations are required and each restaurant is open from 6pm until 10pm.
For more information, or to make a reservation, contact 238-8000.
Studio One invite you to their Annual Super Saturday Sale on Saturday, November 26th.
From 6.30am until 2pm at their premises on Victoria Street, you can take advantage of deep discounts on gym class cards.
In addition to the sale itself, there will also be an instructor challenge to see who can beat the instructors in different fitness elements. The winners get additional savings.
For more information, contact Studio One at 296-5553.
Shop while raising funds to preserve some of our local heritage at St. George’s Historical Society’s Pre-Christmas Flea Market Fundraiser on Saturday, November 26th.
From 10am until 2pm in the Museum’s Garden, round the corner from Somers Supermarket, you can shop for plants and White Elephant knick-knacks.
For more information, contact Linda Abend on 292-8425 or email@example.com.
The Olde Towne Market will be running the Christmas Market on Saturday, November 26th.
From 2pm until 6pm on Water Street, you can shop a variety of goods from local vendors.
For more information, visit their website at http://cvcafe.wixsite.com/oldetownemarket.
The Bermuda Society of Interior Designers (BSID) has once again presented another beautiful show of 25 wreaths at the BSID Charity Wreath Show and Silent Auction, running from now until Thursday, December 1st.
The show, on exhibit just outside of Gibbons Home store in the upper level of the Washington Mall, features a broad spectrum of creative one-of-a-kind wreaths. They range from the traditional Holiday forms like “Wish Upon a Driftwood Star” by Diane Saunders to the more unusual and unique creations like the “Extra Extra! Read all about it”, an entry by Erica Raubenheimer.
Entrants were also judged for originality, creativity, execution and use of materials, with prizes awarded for Best in Show, three Runners Up, and 2 Honourable Mention awards. This year’s judges included Julie Mayor of Washington Properties, Sheelagh Cooper of the Coalition for the Protection of Children and a special international judge was also invited to participate in the judging team this year. Feras Irikat, is the Director of Design and Marketing for Lunada Bay tile and was on island to give a lecture to the design community sponsored by Pembroke Tile and Stone.
A Fan Favourite prize will also be given to the wreath with the most Likes on Facebook. This is generating a lot of interest and is fun for entrants to promote their creation with friends online.
All prizes have been donated by BSID Industry Alliance members and winners will be presented at the close of the show on December 1st. The exhibit is open during regular Washington Mall hours, from Monday to Saturday, 8.30am until 5.30pm.
Interior Designers provide their clients with the innovative interiors and progressive workplaces and use standards and codes that make their facilities ergonomically efficient, esthetically stimulating, and safe, environmentally friendly spaces. This knowledge requires a specialized degree from an accredited school and there are currently several Bermudian students studying the profession at recognized schools in the UK, USA and Canada as well as via specialized remote programs. The Bermuda Society of Interior Designers supports their efforts with their Annual Scholarship that this show partly benefits. The Scholarship was launched in 1992 and has awarded over $140,000.00 since its inception. Chanika Jones a three time recipient of a Scholarship is pleased to support the professional designers who support her, she has also created a wreath this year for the Show and Auction.
The Coalition for the Protection of Children has been chosen as the joint beneficiary for the third year in a row. The Coalition provides services which address critical but unmet needs of children and their families and ensures that all children grow up in a safe and nurturing environment. This mission is complementary to the Interior Designers role as designers of safe and functional spaces for families, businesses and the community as well as their desire to support and mentor students.
In past years, individual wreaths have fetched over $350, with the last few hours of the auction seeing bidding wars for favourite wreaths. For this reason, it is suggested that you place your highest bid early and watch bidding carefully to insure you get the wreath you want. Bids have been placed on many wreaths already and continues until 7pm on December 1st. Bids can either be placed in the book at the exhibition or via the BSID Facebook Page. Facebook access can also be gained through their website at www.bsid.bm.
This event is sponsored by Washington Properties, Pembroke Tile and Stone, Luminart Lighting, Bermuda Interiors, COE, Sticks and Stones, Furniture Flair, By Design Ltd., Air Care, Spinneybeck, Rowe Spurling, Frameworks, Michele Smith, Surface Trends, Bate Trading, Convoy Custom, Surface Trends, and Furniture Craft.
For more information, or to make a contribution, contact the BSID at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information on the BSID, visit www.BSID.bm.
Support Bermudian, Mikaela Joy Kawaley-Lathan as she raises funds to do community service and up-lifting performances worldwide with Up With People at the Premiere Showing of Disney’s Moana on Friday, November 25th.
From 6.30pm, you can enjoy live performances by Mikaela Joy, complimentary popcorn and drink and the chance to win a door prize, in addition to being among the first on the island to see this new movie about Disney’s latest “princess” from Hawaii. Tickets to win great raffle prizes for both children and adults will also be on sale. You are invited to bring the whole family to this fun family event, or come and relax with the kids, while your significant other battles the crowds at the Black Friday Sales.
Tickets are $25 and available from www.pTix.bm.
For more information, contact Mikaela on 737-5662, Rich on 704-4142 or Kathy on 799-5662.
It’s finally that time of year when Santa Claus comes to town! The usual array of floats, performers and free candy will all be on offer at the MarketPlace 2016 Christmas Parade in the City of Hamilton on Sunday, November 27th.
The parade will start from Par-la-Ville car park, turning left onto Church Street, left again onto Par-la-Ville Road, left along Front Street, up Court Street, and back along Church Street, ending back at the entrance towards Par-la-Ville car park. There will be free goodies and candies for the kids, plus over 15 participants, including floats, dance groups, Sparky, Gombeys and, of course, Santa Claus!
Make sure you don’t park along the parade route as some roads will close at 3pm while the parade will start at 5pm, running until around 7pm.
For more information, or to register your interest in participating by Friday, November 18th, contact Natalie on 292-1624 or email@example.com.
Journey beneath the waves and into Bermuda’s unknown, unseen and largely unexplored subsea world as BUEI Talks presents Unexplored Bermuda with Oliver Steeds on Monday, November 28th.
Oliver Steeds, Nekton’s Mission Director, will reveal some of the extraordinary discoveries made by the team during this summer’s Mission, including a previously unknown forest on Plantagenet Bank.
Nekton’s first research programme, sponsored by reinsurer XL Catlin, uses new standardised methodology for measuring physical, chemical and biological indicators to assess the function, health and resilience of the deep ocean. Cutting edge submersibles, remotely operated vehicles and technical divers were all deployed in Nekton’s pioneering mission to explore the deep ocean around Bermuda. XL Catlin’s support of ocean science research is based on its drive to better understand ocean risk – the impacts that the changing ocean environment will have for businesses, society and ecosystems across the globe.
The lecture will start in the Tradewinds Auditorium at 7.30pm. 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 with Sushi Happy Hour prices on selected sushi and drinks available until 6.30pm. 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.
The cost of the lecture is $20 for members, $25 for non-members and $10 for students.
For more information, or to purchase tickets, call 294-0204 or visit the Oceans Gift Shop at BUEI.
Enjoy an entertaining evening as you learn more about the Bermuda Chapter of Toastmasters International by attending a Speak-A-Thon at Bermuda Toastmasters on Tuesday, November 29th.
A Speak-A-Thon is just like it sounds – a speech marathon – and it will take place from 5.30pm in the OHU (Operational Health Unit) Boardroom,
upstairs in the Community Education Office on the Corner of Court and Front Street .
This special event will have a line-up of speakers and will give you a good understanding of what Toastmasters is.
Attendance is free and there is no need to RSVP in advance.
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or call Naomi Daniel on 336-7990.
Join hundreds of jolly Santas who will take to the streets of Hamilton for a holiday parade full of festive cheer at the Santa Mile Bermuda on Thursday, December 1st.
Promising to be a holiday experience like no other in Bermuda, the event consists of a pub crawl that will take place on Front Street and includes music, fun, and games.
The starting point is at #1 Car Park on Front Street at 6pm, moving onto Pickled Onion at 6.15pm, 7pm at Cafe Cairo, then you can stick around for the after-party from 8pm in the back room at The Docksider Pub & Restaurant.. The Costume Party features DJ Scoobay and DJ Chubb, a costume contest, free candy, raffle prizes, and surprise gifts. The official hashtags for this event are #SantaMileBDA and #BermudaSanta.
The all-inclusive Crawl Package costs $60 and includes the official Santa Mile Hat, 3 drink tickets valid at all participating venues, food (available at The Docksider), entry into the Costume Party, and support for the charity of your choice. The cost of the Santa Costume Party only is $30, and includes entry into the costume party and support for charity of your choice. Tickets may be purchased online at www.BDATix.bm or at People’s Pharmacy.
Come and support local artists and businesses in the 3rd Annual BHS Holiday Bazaar on Saturday, December 3rd.
From 9am until 2pm in the Jessie Vesey Sports Centre at Bermuda High School, over 30 local vendors will be on hand selling a range of products, including jewellery, cedar items, clothing, baked goods, children’s items, Christmas wreaths and so much more. There will also be coffee and French crepes, Portuguese donuts and food by Docksiders so bring the whole family.
Part proceeds will support critical needs at BHS.
For more information, contact the Advancement Office on 278-3004.
Since they all have so much to sell, they are doing an extra sale so Grab a bargain at the Peace Lutheran Church Car Boot Sale on Saturday, December 3rd.
This will run from 9am to 2pm and promises lots of bargains on clothes, shoes, children’s clothes, household items, DVDs, CDs, bags, toys, and of course, lots of Christmas decorations and gift ideas.
For more information, contact Carol Carvalho on 747-3377.
Having fun at Christmas is all part of what the season is about – so when you have fun and help others it’s even better. The Hamilton Princess are offering a chance for youngsters to have some fun while embracing the spirit of giving at this time of year at their Teddy Bear Tea on Saturdays, December 3rd, 10th, 17th and 24th.
From 3pm until 5pm in Crown and Anchor, you can treat your kids to a special afternoon tea and have them bring along a teddy bear or stuffed animal that will be donated to the Salvation Army. They all go to helping less fortunate kids enjoy Christmas too. Of course, Santa will also be there to hear what your kids would like to find under the tree on Christmas Day.
The cost of the Teddy Bear Tea is $29, plus gratuities, while the Teddy Bear Tea with a Teddy donation is $20 plus gratuities
For more information, or to make a reservation, contact 298-2028 or email@example.com.
In celebration of Somersfield Academy’s 25th Anniversary, they invite you to Walk/Run Our Journey on Sunday, December 4th.
This walk will mark the journey from their original campus at Tivoli, Warwick to their current location at Somersfield Academy, Devonshire.
The start time is 9am for runners and 9.15am for walkers. Participants will start at Tivoli Field located on Middle Road in Warwick, to the start of the railway trail off of Khyber Pass heading east via railway trails to South Road. Remain on South Road to Brighton Hill, continue up Brighton Hill to Watlington Road East, down Chaingate Hill, safely cross the street and finish at Somersfield Academy located on Middle Road in Devonshire. After the race, you can relax at Somersfield Academy and enjoy a nutritious breakfast available to all participants.
The cost is $30 for adults, plus a $3 RunSignUp fee, or $25 for children. To register, visit www.RaceDayWorld.com. The registration deadline is Friday, December 2nd and all registrants will be eligible to win a $500 travel voucher All funds raised will support their education programmes at Somersfield Academy that include their Five Star Appeal Campaign.
For more information, including details on the Five Star Appeal Campaign and how you can donate, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
A great way to get the whole family in the holiday spirit, you are invited to join the cast of the Nutcracker for an elegant Tea Party on Sunday, December 4th.
There will be two seatings at noon and at 3pm, both in the Hamilton Princess’ Trudeau Ballroom. They promise an event that is a must for the holidays, featuring crafts, give-aways, food, drinks, one-of-a-kind pointe shoes for sale, silent auction, performances and more. Once again this year, the option to purchase VIP seating will be available. This will include a grand entrance, stage side seating, and special Nutcracker souvenirs. There is no minimum requirement for these tickets.
For more information, contact 292-7615 or email@example.com.
Join the Bermuda National Library for the latest in the Bermuda Connections Series on Tuesday, December 6th.
From 5pm until 7pm, this will be a book launch and sale of The Bermuda Shipwreck, followed by a presentation by author, actor, and literacy advocate Eric Murphy.
Readers and writers are encouraged to attend as Mr. Murphy will use examples from his three novels to explain character development and will highlight the Bermuda history that influenced his latest book.
There is no cost for the event , however, the books will be available for purchase.
For more information, or to RSVP, contact Ellen Hollis, Local Studies Librarian, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 299-0028.
Thinking of what wines to have with Christmas dinner or your New Year’s Eve celebrations? Then head to Marcus’ and try some great wines that just might make the decision very easy at their Tasting for the Season event on Tuesday, December 6th.
From 5.30pm until 7pm in Marcus’ Private Dining Room, they will be featuring Stags’ Leap Winery, one of California’s earliest wine estates.
The cost is $35, plus gratuities.
For more information, or to make a reservation, contact 298-2028 or email@example.com.
It’s that time of year again – the Bermuda Musical and Dramatic Society (BMDS) presents Adventure In Pantoland from Thursday, December 8th to Saturday, December 17th.
Have you ever wondered where all the Pantomime characters live when they’re not performing in Pantomimes?
The answer is The Land of Make Believe where they play happily waiting for auditions to come around again. But now a nasty witch has cast a spell and they’ve lost their memories and can’t remember which Pantomime they belong too …. Oh no! But wait! Fairy Honeysuckle has come to the rescue and is taking our heroes through six pantomimes to find out where they belong. However an evil witch and her silly sidekick are determined to thwart her plan…….. Oh no!
Adventure in Pantoland, by Alan P Frayn and directed by Laura Bardgett, is a fun filled, old fashioned celebration of Pantomime complete with lots of audience participation, traditional characters and some really bad jokes. Seven different storylines are visited including Sleeping Beauty, Aladdin, Dick Whittington, Jack and the Beanstalk, Snow White and Cinderella along with the traditional song sheet and silly skit! They even have a Pantomime cow!
Showtime is at 7pm from December 8th until December 17th, with 2pm matinee performances on December 10th, 11th and 17th. There will be no evening performance on Sunday, December 11th.
Tickets are $35 and are available from www.pTix.bm or from the box office on 292-2313.
For more information, visit www.BMDS.bm.
The pastry chefs at the Hamilton Princess know that your kids just love all the cakes and cookies that come with Christmas, so they decided to teach them how to make some at their Kids’ Pastry Making Classes on Sunday, December 11th.
From 3pm until 6pm, they invite you to have your kids join them for a fun-filled afternoon cooking class in the Princess Ballroom, followed by a light dinner in Crown & Anchor.
The cost is $40, plus gratuities.
For more information, or to make a reservation, contact 298-2028 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join the Hamilton Princess’ pastry chefs as they demonstrate how to create mouth-watering pastries and desserts at The Holiday Pastry Workshop on Sunday, December 18th.
From 6pm, be prepared to roll up those sleeves – although they’re calling it a workshop, something that is so much fun can hardly be called work.
Afterwards, you will join them in Crown & Anchor for a light dinner and leave with their gift of a recipe card and home-made pastries.
The cost is $88, plus gratuities
The chefs at Marcus’ want you to relax and have been busy planning the perfect menus so that your Christmas can be almost worry free as you enjoy Christmas Day Dinner at Marcus’, available from Saturday to Monday, December 24th to 26th, or Christmas Day Brunch at Marcus’ on Sunday, December 25th.
Whether you have a leisurely morning and then join them for a fabulous brunch, or relax all day and join us for dinner, they want to make Christmas easy and enjoyable for you, so rest assured that the standards are high and the tastes unforgettable.
Christmas Brunch is available from noon until 3pm on Christmas Day only, while Christmas Dinner is available from 6pm until 10pm on each of the days.
The cost of Christmas Brunch is $45 (or $85 if you include unlimited champagne), plus gratuities, while Christmas Dinner is $85, plus gratuities. Kids under 12 are half off.
Cafe Lido invite you to come celebrate Christmas Day with them at their Full International Brunch Buffet on Sunday, 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 email@example.com.
The Corporation of St. George (CSG) invite you to head East for some festive fun at the Lighting of the Town on Saturday, November 26th.
From 6.30pm in King’s Square, St. George’s, the Christmas lights in the Town will be turned on. There will also be performances by the St. Peter’s Church Youth Choir, Richard Allen Liturgical Dancers and The Salvation Army Band.
For more information, contact Michelle Hodsoll in the CSG offices on 297-1532 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last year you loved the New Year’s Eve tapas buffet at the Hamilton Princess so much, that they’re doing it again and doing it better – they hope you’ll come back and enjoy New Year’s Eve at Crown & Anchor on Saturday, December 31st.
This will run from 8pm and, later in the evening, they’ll tempt you further with an amazing dessert buffet to take you right up to midnight. Once again, the evening will be topped off with the sounds of The Big Chill to take you dancing into the New Year.
The cost is $90, plus gratuities.
Go into 2017 in fine style as you celebrate New Year’s Eve at Marcus’ on Saturday, December 31st.
From 8pm, they invite you to start the celebrations with a glass of champagne on the terrace overlooking Hamilton Harbour and then come
inside for an an incredible menu. Nate Lucas and his All-Star Band will be there from NYC to entertain you all evening long, and at midnight, they’re sure they’ll have the house rockin’.
The cost is $115, plus gratuities, for Dinner Only, $165, plus gratuities, for Dinner with Unlimited Wine & Soft Drinks, and $195, plus gratuities, for Dinner with Unlimited Champagne, Wine & Soft Drinks.
The Hamilton Princess just can’t think of a better way to start off 2017 than New Year’s Day Brunch at Marcus’ on Sunday, January 1st .
From noon until 3pm, you have the choice of unlimited champagne and the amazing buffet that Marcus’ is so well known for. They hope it’s a sign of what will follow in the New Year.
The cost is $49 plus gratuities New Year’s Brunch Only or $85 plus gratuities to include Unlimited Champagne.
Save the Date: Quick Recap of Upcoming Bermuda Events
Sip & Sketch – November 21st and 28th
The Art of Poetry – November 23rd
UWI Information Session – November 23rd
Wine Tasting at Masterworks – starts November 23rd
Thankgiving Dinner at Cafe Lido – November 24th
**NEW Thanksgiving Dinner & Carry Out at The Reefs – November 24th
**NEW Thanksgiving Specials at Fairmont Southampton – November 24th
2016 Annual BNG Student Art Competition Deadline – November 25th
Scones, Scones, Scones – November 25th
KPMG Front Street Mile Trials – November 25th
Black Friday Comedy Show – November 25th
**NEW Premiere Showing of Disney’s Moana – November 25th
Ugly Christmas Sweater Sessions – November 25th and 26th and December 10th
Second Hand Saturday – November 26th
Tokio Youth Mountain Bike Series – November 26th
**NEW Super Saturday Sale at Studio One – November 26th
**NEW St. George’s Historical Society’s Pre-Christmas Flea Market Fundraiser – November 26th
**NEW Olde Towne Christmas Market – November 26th
**NEW Lighting of the Town – November 26th
St George Skates – November 27th to December 31st
18th Century Family Christmas – November 27th
**NEW Marketplace Christmas Parade – November 27th
**NEW Thanksgiving Brunch at Windows on the Sound – November 27th
**NEW BUEI Talks: Nekton’s Unexplored Bermuda – November 28th
**NEW Speak-A-Thon at Bermuda Toastmasters – November 29th
Canadian Expatriates in Bermuda Seminar – December 1st
**NEW Santa Mile Bermuda – December 1st
Bermuda National Trust Christmas Walkabout – December 2nd
Snowball Party – December 2nd
Sleepover at the Library – December 2nd
Blast from the Past Part 2: The Reunion – December 3rd
Do I Really Need to Think About Retirement at My Age? – December 3rd *POSTPONED*
Tokio Youth Mountain Bike Series – December 3rd
Takeover Fight Night – December 3rd
**NEW BHS Holiday Bazaar – December 3rd
**NEW Peace Lutheran Church Car Boot Sale – December 3rd
**NEW Teddy Bear Tea – December 3rd, 10th, 17th and 24th
**NEW Walk/Run Our Journey – December 4th
**NEW The Nutcracker Tea Party – December 4th
**NEW Bermuda Connections with Eric Murphy – December 6th
**NEW Tasting for the Season – December 6th
Ugly Holiday Sweater Party – December 7th
**NEW Adventure in Pantoland – December 8th to 17th
Home Grown Alternatives Market – December 10th
Jingle Bell 5k Run/Walk – December 11th
**NEW Kids’ Pastry Making Classes – December 11th
Raleigh Bermuda 2017 Programme Information Session #1 – December 12th
Bermuda Society for the Blind: Holiday Gathering – December 12th
The Bermuda School of Music presents Joy to the World – December 16th and 17th
**NEW The Holiday Pastry Workshop – December 18th
Movie Premiere of Sing – December 21st
Chiko’s Smokey Rub 3rd Annual Christmas Charity Event – December 23rd
**NEW Christmas Day Dinner at Marcus’ – December 24th to 26th
**NEW Christmas Day Brunch at Cafe Lido – December 25th
**NEW Christmas Day Brunch at Marcus’ – December 25th
NEW YEAR’S EVE:
**NEW New Year’s Eve at Crown & Anchor – December 31st
**NEW New Year’s Eve at Marcus’ – December 31st
**NEW New Year’s Day Brunch at Marcus’ – January 1st
Tokio Youth Mountain Bike Series – January 7th
Easyway to Stop Smoking – January 7th
Raleigh Bermuda 2017 Programme Information Session #2 – January 11th
Just for Laughs: Double Bill – January 11th
Just for Laughs Bermuda: Cabaret-Style Comedy Show – January 12th
Just for Laughs Bermuda: Theatre-Style Shows – January 13th and 14th
2017 Bermuda Marathon Weekend – January 13th to 15th
Tokio Youth Mountain Bike Series – January 14th
Tokio Youth Mountain Bike Series – January 21st
Yoga Teachers Training – starts January 27th
BVA Wine Tasting – January 27th
Free Lunchtime Concert – March 3rd
Ana Luna Glow Worms Safari – May 12th and 13th
Free Lunchtime Concert – June 2nd
Ana Luna Glow Worms Safari – June 11th and 12th
Ana Luna Glow Worms Safari – July 11th and 12th
Ana Luna Glow Worms Safari – August 9th and 10th
Ana Luna Glow Worms Safari – September 8th and 9th
Ana Luna Glow Worms Safari – October 7th and 8th
Exhibits at Bermuda Arts Centre at Dockyard
- Small Works – November 20th to January 13th
Exhibits at Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art
- Up Country Down Country – until December 31st
- Joint Exhibition by Eleanor Patton and Sabrina Powell – November 4th to December 7th
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 – November 18th to December 6th
- 10th Annual 2016 MindFrame PhotoVoice Art Exhibition: Take a Walk in my Shoes
Gallery One Seventeen: Bermuda – Yours and Mine by Sheilagh Head – November 10th to 26th
**NEW BSID Charity Wreath Show and Silent Auction – until December 1st
Enjoy the rest of the week!