November 9th, 2016 Bermuda Calendar Update
It always amazes me how a one-hour time change can throw me off by three or four hours – ugh, hope you’re all coping better than I am!
Here are the latest events that have been added to the Bermuda 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.
Get ready to jump on board and welcome the world to Bermuda in 2017 as you find out more about how to become an XL Catlin FirstMate and volunteer with America’s Cup in Bermuda at three information sessions on Wednesday, November 9th, Tuesday, November 15th and Wednesday, November 16th.
These sessions will run from 6pm until 7pm at XL Catlin in O’Hara House, where you can learn all about the 25 categories of volunteering. A range of exciting and versatile volunteer roles are available throughout America’s Cup. From on water Course Marshals to Corporate Hospitality hosts, from Media Operations to Wayfinders – there’s something here for everyone. Applications close on November 30th.
These sessions are free and there is no need to RSVP.
For more information, contact email@example.com.
Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art presents the new exhibit, Joint Exhibition by Eleanor Patton and Sabrina Powell, now open to the public.
This will be showcased in the Rick Faries Gallery will be displaying works by Eleanor Patton and Sabrina Powell. The art is a mixture of paintings and jewellery and will be a unique collaboration.
The exhibit will run until December 7th and, as of November 15th, entrance into the gallery to view the show will be free.
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.
Find out more about the Saltus Graduate Years (SGY) Programme (Years 12 and13) at their Information Session on Wednesday, November 9th.
The SGY programme has been providing university guidance for over 40 years! SGY offers 16 Advanced Placement (AP) courses among a total of 42 courses. Saltus students achieve AP results above the global average and APs are recognized internationally. Over 90% of SGY graduates are accepted to their first choice of university. There are university tours to the UK and Canada.
The Saltus Graduate Years Programme Information Session will start with a Course Fair from 4pm until 5pm in Alumni Hall where you can talk to teachers about courses on offer, followed by a Presentation on the SGY programme at 5.15pm in the SGY Reiss Centre in the Gosling building.
In addition, on Thursday, November 17th, there will be a SGY Taster Morning from 8.15am until 11am. Join classes followed by a tour of the campus from 11am-noon.
For more information, or to register for the SGY Taster Morning by November 10th, contact Mr. James Anthony, Director of Upper School, at 292-6177 ext. 6291 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
BUEI Talks and the US Consulate General of Bermuda present the last day of the Our Ocean, One Future Film Festival, on Thursday, November 10th.
National Museum Day and will begin with a screening of Humpback Whales’ (40 mins) at 10am, Nuclear Sharks’ (42 mins) at 11.30am, Hot Tuna’ (52 mins) at 1pm, and Our Rising Oceans’ (43 mins) at 2.30pm. You are invited to come watch one or watch them all.
Admission is free.
For more information, contact 294-0204 or visit Oceans Gift Shop at BUEI.
Soothe your soul by viewing some Bermudian artwork as the new Gallery One Seventeen cordially invites you to join them for their official opening on Thursday, November 10th.
At the eastern end of Front Street, specifically at number 117, Gallery One Seventeen, is metamorphosing into Bermuda’s newest local art gallery in Hamilton. Previously known as the Windjammer III Gallery, which was located upstairs at Bluck’s, the new location is ideal and the building has been adapted to house a modern art gallery.
The official opening will take place from 5.30pm until 7pm when well-known Bermudian artist Sheilagh Head will be holding a solo show entitled, Bermuda – Yours and Mine, consisting of more than 30 new works.
The Gallery represents nearly 60 local artists and with more space than at recent previous locations, including the Fairmont Hamilton Princess, R. Danjou Anderson, the Gallery Owner and Manager, is looking forward to being able to showcase original artwork from all of the represented artists.
The show will be running for two weeks, until at least November 25th. The gallery is open from 10am until 5pm daily except for Sundays.
There is no admission fee.
For more information, contact the gallery on 295-1783.
The Bermuda Gymnastics Association (BGA), Registered Charity #296, will be hosting its 6th Annual International Gymnastics Challenge on Friday and Saturday, November 11th and 12th.
The BGA is eager to welcome 86 gymnasts from the United States of America and Canada for a weekend of spectacular gymnastics, friendship and enjoying all that the island has to offer.
The competition will showcase Bermuda’s very best gymnasts ages 6 to 22. All of the athletes participating are dedicated student-athletes who devote up to twenty hours per week to the sport, and this annual meet is a great way for the Bermuda community to come together and support them!
BGA is pleased to welcome the following teams to Bermuda:
- Flyers Academy from Hammonton, New Jersey
- Gym Nation from Riverhead, New York
- Hill’s Gymnastics from Deer Park, New York
- KMC, from Kennett Square, Pennsylvania
- NYC Elite from New York City, New York
- Sagamore Gymnastics from Syosset, New York
- Westys Gymnastics from Franklin, New Jersey
The competition will take place over 1½ days at at the National Training Centre in St. David’s.
Cooper Level (beginner gymnasts) and All Boys Levels will be from 3pm to 7pm on Friday, November 11th.
On Saturday, November 12th, Bronze Level (intermediate gymnasts) will be from 8.45am until 3pm, with Silver, Gold and Platinum Levels (advanced gymnasts) from 3.45pm until 7pm.
The Bermuda Gymnastics Association Team participants are Carina Bortoli, Bailey Boyd, Sanaa Burgess, Tse Burgess, Isabella Charleson, Jamie Colmet, Bethany Cooze, Madison Ebbin, Anna Francoeur, Mya Furbert-Jacobs, Dana Hawitt, Kassandra Hobson, Kyra King, Kowalski Kennedy, Jasmine McIntosh, Annabelle Miller, Ella Newton, Azalea Pontes, Brianna Ray, Niamh Rowe, Shartati Smith, Cimbryt Smith, Sanaa Simmons, Daria Symonds, Ella Tear, Jezhari Talbot, Amari Trott, Gianna Webbe, Ella Younie, Max Blakeney, Gianluca Bortoli, Christian Hanwell, Taj Lowery, Benjamin Mello, Arman Newton, Tristan Robinson,
Dylan Sangster, and Axel Wernbo.
Admission is $10 for adults, $5 for children 16 under and free for children aged 5 years and under and Seniors.
For more information, contact Adriana Forde, Head Coach at Bermuda Gymnastics Association on 295-0589.
Lest we forget, Remembrance Sunday will be marked in St. George’s with the Royal Artillery Association Wreath-Laying Ceremony on Sunday, November 13th.
The laying of the wreaths will be at 10.30am at the Cenotaph in King’s Square followed by a Remembrance Service in St Peter’s, Their Majesties Chappell with Their Majesties Choristers. Representatives of the Governor of Bermuda and the Premier, with the Mayor, the US Consul General, and other dignitaries and veterans will be in attendance.
For more information, contact St. Peter’s office on 297-2459.
With the theme of Stand Fast, Church of Christ invite you to their Intercongregational Lectureship which will run from Sunday to Wednesday, November 13th to 16th.
The Fall Lectureship 2016 consists of a series of presentations with the common theme, Stand Fast. Each presentation is aimed at providing a message of encouragement to believers to keep their eyes focused on the good news of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. The Bible urges us to remind one another of the reasons why we have chosen to follow Christ and why we should stand fast in our faith.
The presentations will be conducted by local speakers.
At 10am on November 13th, Bro. Paul Richards will present on The Need To Stand Fast at West End Church of Christ. This will be followed by Stand Fast In Faith at 11am, presented by Bro. Craig Laws.
At 7pm, the venue will move to the East End Church of Christ for Stand Fast In Adversity, presented by Bro. Thaddeus Bruno.
On Monday, November 14th, Stand Fast In His Promises will be presented by Bro. Kingsley Burch at 7pm at the Brighton Hill Church of Christ.
On Tuesday, November 15th, Stand Fast In Hope will be at 7pm at Brighton Hill Church of Christ, presented by Bro. Tony Wilkinson.
Bro. Floyd Rawlins will present on the topic, Stand Fast In One Spirit, at 7pm at Brighton Hill Church of Christ on November 16th.
This is a free event.
For more information, contact 234~2972 or 737~1871.
The Bermuda Human Resource Association cordially invites you to join them for their Annual General Meeting and a presentation on Keys to Successfully Utilising Workflex in Your Company on Wednesday, November 16th.
From 12.30pm until 2pm in the Voyager and Discovery Rooms at the Butterfield Rosebank Centre, this event will feature Cassidy Solis, a SHRM international speaker with expertise in workplace flexibility programs.
Cassidy has served since September 2012 as the Workplace Flexibility Program Specialist for SHRM’s Workplace Flexibility Initiative and Partnership with the Families and Work Institute (FWI). She is responsible for growing When Work Works, the centerpiece of the Partnership, and for educating employers about workplace flexibility issues. Cassidy received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Government from the University of Texas at Austin and her Master of Science degree in Organizational Leadership and Ethics from St. Edward’s University in Austin.
Topics will include:
- What is workflex
- Why is it so critical today
- How does it add value to the bottom line
- How do you implement workflex
This presentation has been pre-approved for 1 SHRM Professional Development Credit (PDC) as well as 1 HRCI Recertification Credit. The activity IDs will be shared once you have attended the event.
Lunch will be provided.
The cost is $75 for members or $100 for non-members. RSVPs should be done in advance, but they will accept persons at the door.
For more information, or to RSVP, contact email@example.com.
ISACA Bermuda 2016 Annual Conference will take place on Thursday, November 17th.
The event will kickoff at 8.30am at the Royal Hamilton Amateur Dinghy Club with registration and a welcome breakfast. The topic will be Privacy and Data Protection and there will be presenters from Bennet Jones, Certainty Ltd, Sedgwick LLP, Deloitte and Mandiant as well as others
7.5 CPE points are available for attendees. The Conference will be followed at 5pm by TechTalk, a free lecture on current IT topics, and ISACA Annual General Meeting. There are both free and open to the public.
The cost of the Conference is $270 for ISACA members and $295 for non-members. Payment can be made to BNTB A/C # 20006060321816100.
For more information, or to register for this event, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
All are invited to the Feel Good Studio Opening Evening on Thursday, November 17th.
From 5pm until 7pm at their premises above Vineyard Vines on Front Street, you can enjoy an evening of celebration with wine and cheese for the opening of their Powertone Pilates Studio and Beauty Rooms.
For more information, contact Caroline at 292-5201 or email@example.com.
Don’t pack away your Halloween Costume yet – Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bermuda presents their Wacky Walk and Scavenger Hunt on Friday, November 18th.
Starting 6pm at City Hall steps, you are invited to bring the kids, family, co-workers and friends, wear something wacky and join in. This can be your Halloween costume or mismatched clothing – the crazier the better!
This year, they have added a Scavenger Hunt full of fun facts about the City of Hamilton. To participate all you need is a camera phone, pen or pencil, route map and clues (provided by them), and your wacky costume, of course. All teams must include at least one adult and have between 2 and 4 members. You don’t have to participate in the scavenger hunt to walk but the fee covers both.
The cost of entry is $5 for children (students) and $10 for adults. Pledge sheets will also be provided and students can receive Community Service Hours for their participation.
For more information, contact Patrina in the Big Brothers Big Sisters office on 232-2802 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Along with The Church Girls’ and Boys’ Brigades, The St. Paul’s Guild, Paget presents their Mini Fair, Bake Sale and Car Wash on Saturday, November 19th.
From 9am until 2pm at St. Paul’s Christian Education Centre, there will be lots of items for sale, including Christmas gift ideas, various delicious baked goods, rustic homemade soups, rolls, scones, tea and coffee.
The cost of the car wash is $20 for small cars and $25 for larger ones.
For more information, contact Michele Durrant at email@example.com or Victoria Outerbridge firstname.lastname@example.org.
Christ Church, Warwick invite you to their Annual Christmas Fair on Saturday, November 19th.
From 9am until 3pm, you can expect a White Elephant stall, a silent auction, a visit from Santa Claus, plants and gardens, Christmas crafts, books and art, kids toys, a bake sale, hot lunches, fashion and accessories, a bouncy castle, and much more.
All are welcome.
For more information, contact Martha Kirkland at 236-0383.
Bermuda will be participating in a special evening when storytellers in 400 countries across the world will entertain audiences with exciting tales at the same time and on the same weekend. The Berkeley Educational Society is honoured to be hosting Tellabration!, an international night of storytelling for adults aged 14 and up on Saturday, November 19th.
From 8pm in the The Berkeley Educational Society History Room on the ground floor of The Berkeley Institute. Bermuda’s storytellers will be Ms Ruth Thomas, MBE, well-known storyteller and writer; Mr. Michael D. Jones, writer and former banker; Mrs. Jennifer Waelzholz, retired librarian and teacher; Mr. Angelis Hunt, Berkeley Institute S3 student, and Ms Katrina Moran, Berkeley Institute S4 student.
Tickets are $15 and are in aid of the Berkeley Educational Society’s Scholarship Fund. Tickets are available from Ms Sharon Anderson at the Berkeley Institute Reception Desk on 292-4752 ext. 3360, the Harbourmaster in Washington Mall on 295-5333, Mrs. Marva Bridgewater on 599-3723, or at the door on the night.
For more information, contact Florenz Maxwell on 238-3727.
Enjoy a one of a kind dining experience as you enjoy Thankgiving Dinner at Cafe Lido on Thursday, November 24th.
Available from 6pm until 9pm, the menu will feature traditional dishes and the most decadent desserts.
The cost is $50 per person, $30 for children under 10, plus gratuities.
For more information, or to make a reservation, contact 236-9884 or email@example.com.
Add a great touch to the Holiday Season at one of three Ugly Christmas Sweater Sessions on Friday and Saturday, November 25th and 26th, and on Saturday, December 10th.
From 6.30pm until 9pm at Intricacies Studio, Penno’s Drive (across from the Rubis Gas Station on the water’s edge) you will create your own ugly sweater at this family-friendly event. All materials are included, including the sweatshirt, the supplies, and the extras. Some hot snacks will also be provided on the night.
The cost is $60 for adults and $25 for kids before November 20th, or $70 for adults, $35 for kids thereafter. Registration can be completed at www.SignupGenius.com.
For more information, contact Chrisanthi Bartley on 735-2399 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Planning Factory Bermuda is proud to present St. George Skates from Sunday, November 27th until Saturday, December 31st.
Featuring Bermuda’s first synthetic ice rink, this “wintertime” public event will take place in Somers Garden in St. George’s.
The rink will be open to the public from 2pm until 8pm on Sunday, November 27th. It will be open from 4pm until 9pm on Fridays, December 2nd, 9th and 16th, from 11am until 9pm on Saturdays, December 3rd, 10th and 17th, and from 2pm until 8pm on Sundays, December 4th, 11th and 18th. From Tuesday, December 20th until Friday, December 23rd, the rink will be open from 11am until 9pm, then from 11am to 3pm on Christmas Eve, Saturday, December 24th. The rink will reopen on Tuesday, December 27th and will be open from 11am until 9pm unti Friday, December 30th. The final day of operation will be on New Year’s Eve on Saturday, December 31st from 11am until 11pm.
The cost is $20 and includes skate hire and a wristband to be on the rink for one hour. Tickets are sold in advance on www.pTix.bm. There will be very limited tickets sold at the door which are not guaranteed.
For more information, visit http://sgs.PlanningFactory.com.
The Hamilton Princess & Beach Club presents their Annual Snowball Party on Friday, December 2nd.
From 7pm to 1am in the Harbourview Ballroom, you can expect a spectacular holiday buffet, the live band Working Title, DJ Flava, raffles, a cash bar, merriment and more.
The cost is $88 per person and the Take the Elevator Home rate is $199, excluding grats.
For more information, or to make a reservation, contact 298-2028 or email@example.com.
‘Tis the season to rock ugly holiday sweaters, so get in the holiday spirit with Family Centre’s Ugly Holiday Sweater Party on Wednesday, December 7th.
Running from 5.30pm until 9pm at RumBar, the ticket price includes one holiday-themed cocktail and light canapes. Victoria Grill is also offering a 10% discount off of dinner for anyone dressed in an ugly holiday sweater. There will be raffle draw and prizes for best/worst dressed.
Tickets are $30 and available from www.BDAtix.bm. All funds raised go towards Family Centre’s counselling services.
For more information, contact Family Centre at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Promising an uplifting and sublime selection of seasonal music, The Bermuda School of Music presents Joy to the World on Friday and Saturday, December 16th and 17th.
From 7.30pm at St. John’s Church in Pembroke on each evening, this joyous concert programme will feature the combined talents of the Bermuda Chamber Choir, the Bermuda School of Music Youth Choir, and The Bermuda School of Music Orchestra all led by renowned Musical Director Marjorie Pettit under the auspices of the Bermuda School of Music.
Pettit, who has taken a break from the Concert Stage for the last few years, is back with her talented group of performers, and better than
ever. Joy to the World will feature works by Handel and Bach, as well as a wide range of magical Christmas pieces both old and new.
Tickets are $60 for Patrons, $35 for adults, $25 for students, and are available from www.pTix.bm, Bermuda Bookstore, Bermuda School of Music and at the door.
For information, contact Chas Arnold at the Bermuda School of Music on 296-5100.
Now in its 11th year of making your sides hurt with laughter, Just for Laughs Bermuda is returning to the Fairmont Southampton’s Mid-Ocean Amphitheatre from Thursday, January 12th until Saturday, January 14th.
The legendary Alonzo Bodden is coming back to host for the 9th time, and three international comics will be performing on all three nights. The special guest is Wil Anderson from Australia, five time winner of the People’s Choice award at The Melbourne Comedy Festival. Joining them are Jessica Kirson (USA) and K. Trevor Wilson (Canada), while Bermuda’s own, Jonathan Young will open the show to warm-up your laughter muscles.
The Cabaret-Style Comedy Show will be on Thursday, January 12th promises an elegant evening of comedy with round tables, with optional drinks service and finger foods available at your table.
The Theatre-Style Shows will be on Friday and Saturday, January 13th and 14th. There are three of these shows in total and showtime is at 8.30pm on Friday, and at 7pm and 10pm on Saturday. Please note that the 10pm show will be uncensored.
You can also avoid the lines and purchase your Fairmont Southampton drink tokens at www.BDAtix.bm in advance. The tokens are valid for any cash bar event at Fairmont Southampton and will be waiting for you at the BermudaTix table outside the Amphitheatre.
In addition to the weekend shows, you can also enjoy another extraordinary evening of comedy in a more intimate setting as Alonzo Bodden and Wil Anderson share the stage in Double Bill at the Earl Cameron Theatre at City Hall on Wednesday, January 6th at 8pm.
Tickets are $89.50 for the cabaret-style show, $79.50, $89.50 or $99.50 for the theatre-style show, $45 for Double Bill and all are available from www.BDAtix.bm.
For more information, visit www.ComedyEvent.bm.
The faculty of the Bermuda School of Music invite you to a Free Lunchtime Concert on Friday, March 3rd.
This will run from 12.30pm at Wesley Methodist Church.
The concert is free and open to the public.
For more information, contact email@example.com or 296-5100.
The faculty of the Bermuda School of Music invite you to a Free Lunchtime Concert on Friday, June 2nd.
This will run from 12.30pm at Wesley Methodist Church.
The concert is free and open to the public.
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 296-5100.
Save the Date: Quick Recap of Upcoming Bermuda Events
29th World Rugby Classic Week – November 6th to 12th
Club Italia Tent at World Rugby Classic – November 6th
IB Information Evening – November 7th
Middlesex Admissions, Alumni and Parent Reception – November 8th
Bordeaux Wine Tasting – November 9th
**NEW Saltus Graduate Years Programme Info Session – November 9th
**NEW America’s Cup Bermuda FirstMates Volunteering Information Session – November 9th, 15th and 16th
Da Real Ting – November 10th
Shave the Date: Mo-vember Spa Event For Men at Willow Stream Spa – November 10th
**NEW Our Ocean One Future Film Festival – November 10th
Scones, Scones, Scones – November 11th
**NEW Bermuda Gymnastics Association: 6th Annual International Gymnastics Challenge – November 11th and 12th
One Stop Shopping Craft Fair – November 12th
Bootsie Stands Up & Guests – November 12th and 13th
**NEW Remembrance Sunday in St George’s – November 13th
**NEW Stand Fast: Church of Christ Intercongregational Lectureship – November 13th to 16th
November 2016 Vision Talk – November 14th
L’Alliance Française des Bermudes Ciné Club: Lolo – November 15th
Restoration Fellowship’s 16th Annual International Prophetic Encounter – November 16th to 20th
Bermudian Heartbeats: Film Night – November 17th
**NEW ISACA Bermuda’s 2016 Annual Conference: Privacy & Data Protection – November 17th
**NEW Feel Good Studio Opening Evening – November 17th
Wine & Design Event – November 18th
Scones, Scones, Scones – November 18th
KatKids Night Market – November 18th
Dinner & Auction for Corner of Love, Nicaragua – November 18th
**NEW Wacky Walk & Scavenger Hunt – November 18th
Caledonian Society of Bermuda’s Annual St. Andrew’s Day Ball – November 19th
Somersfield Academy’s Peddlers Porch – November 19th
Year 7 Entrance and Scholarship Exams – November 19th
Peace Lutheran Church Car Boot Sale – November 19th
Harbourside Market – November 19th
17th Annual Children’s Reading Festival – November 19th
Resilient Book Signing – November 19th
Good Curls Hair & Beauty Presentation – November 19th
**NEW St. Paul’s Guild, Paget Mini Fair/Bake Sale – November 19th
**NEW Christ Church, Warwick Christmas Fair – November 19th
**NEW Tellabration! The Worldwide Event of Storytelling – November 19th
Universal Children’s Day Afternoon Tea Buffet – November 20th
**NEW Thankgiving Dinner at Cafe Lido – 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 Ugly Christmas Sweater Sessions – November 25th and 26th and December 10th
**NEW St George Skates – November 27th to December 31st
Canadian Expatriates in Bermuda Seminar – December 1st
Bermuda National Trust Christmas Walkabout – December 2nd
**NEW Snowball Party – December 2nd
Blast from the Past Part 2: The Reunion – December 3rd
**NEW Ugly Holiday Sweater Party – December 7th
Home Grown Alternatives Market – December 10th
Raleigh Bermuda 2017 Programme Information Session #1 – December 12th
**NEW The Bermuda School of Music presents Joy to the World – December 16th and 17th
Chiko’s Smokey Rub 3rd Annual Christmas Charity Event – December 23rd
Raleigh Bermuda 2017 Programme Information Session #2 – January 11th
**NEW Just for Laughs: Double Bill – January 11th
**NEW Just for Laughs Bermuda: Cabaret-Style Comedy Show – January 12th
**NEW Just for Laughs Bermuda: Theatre-Style Shows – January 13th and 14th
2017 Bermuda Marathon Weekend – January 13th to 15th
Yoga Teachers Training – starts January 27th
**NEW Free Lunchtime Concert – March 3rd
Ana Luna Glow Worms Safari – May 12th and 13th
**NEW 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
- The Team Returns – October 9th to November 18th
Exhibits at Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art
- Up Country Down Country – until December 31st
- Hail to the Queen – June 21st to November 15th
- **NEW 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
**NEW Gallery One Seventeen: Bermuda – Yours and Mine by Sheilagh Head – November 10th to 26th
Enjoy the rest of the week!