April 26th, 2017 Bermuda Calendar Update

Morning Ladies and Gents!


Let’s hope that this upcoming weekend is as beautiful as the one that just passed – summer is definitely on the way back, peeps!  Here’s the latest on what’s coming up in Bermuda for the season.


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.


The Yoga Centre invite you to attend Yoga for Grief Relief Professional Training on Wednesday, April 26th.

From 1.10pm, this 1/2 day workshop (4 hours) is intended to nurture the appetite of those wishing to continue with this professional grief relief training in the Fall 2017. A somatic psychotherapeutic process using yoga techniques to address the physical, mental and spiritual symptoms of grief towards the re-identification process that follows an important loss. This professional training is suited for yoga teachers, yoga therapists, health and mental healthcare professionals interested in adding yoga techniques to their existing toolkit.

This workshop is taught by professional grief specialist, yoga therapist and author of Yoga for Grief Relief, MA, CMT, RYT Antonio Sausys. Antonio is a somatic psychotherapist and somatic health practitioner. He is a popular presenter at Kripalu.  This event is sponsored by The Yoga Centre in conjunction with Friends of Hospice.

The cost is $105.

For more information, or to register, contact yogacentrebermuda@gmail.com, 295-7525 or 295-3355.


Open to all levels, The Yoga Centre are offering a workshop on Yoga For Men’s Health on Wednesday, April 26th.

Antonio Sausys, BA,MA IGT, RYT is a somatic psychotherapist with over 30 years of experience integrating psychotherapy and the teachings and practice of yoga.

In this workshop from 5.30pm, Antonio will work directly with men on the “how to” maintain health and wellness – body, mind and spirit – using the practice of yoga. This workshop will emphasize the invigorationg aspects of the practice and its effect on the most intrinsic aspect of being a man. A one hour men’s yoga session will apply.

The cost is $40 and no pre-registration is required.

For more information, contact yogacentrebermuda@gmail.com, 297-7525 or 295-3355.



Turtle Hill Golf Club Loves Ladies and invite you to come for Ladies Golf Lessons and Social Play every Wednesday throughout the summer from April 26th.

From 5.30pm until 6.30pm each week, you are invited to join for a fun golf lesson with a focus on the shortgame.  Beginners are welcome.

The lesson is $20 and is followed by free golf.  There is an extra charge for the golf cart.

For more information, contact the golf shop at 239-6952 or golf.bermuda@fairmont.com.


Locals, club members and registered hotel guests can get together for some fun golf and a well deserved sunset drink. at Dark’n Stormy: Thursday Afternoon Golf at Turtle Hill Golf Club every Thursday throughout the summer from April 27th.

Every Thursday afternoon from noon, each Player that takes a cart gets a free Dark’n Stormy cocktail.  They will also have a nearest the Pin on hole #9.

For more information, contact the golf shop at 239-6952 or golf.bermuda@fairmont.com.


Chat about Road Safety in Bermuda at A Piece of the Rock Speaks on Thursday, April 27th or Mondays, May 8th or 15th.

From your Twitter account, login and follow @piece_oftherock.  Then, just before 8pm, search the hashtag #apieceoftherockspeaks.  Use this tag to pose your questions and comments as a part of the conversation.

For more information, visit http://tweetchat.com/room/apieceoftherockspeaks.




Café Amici Ristorante and Bone Fish Bar & Grill have unveiled their entertainment line-up for the summer season.

Firstly, they invite you to enjoy a magical time with local guitarist Randy Lambert playing Italian Guitar, weekly on Mondays and Fridays.  From 6pm until 10pm on Mondays at Café Amici or from noon until 4pm on Fridays at Bone Fish, you can enjoy a live performance of fantastic Italian and Latino songs.

Join magical Salsa Master Travis Gilbert for Salsa Mania at Bone Fish on Mondays.  From 9pm until midnight, you can enjoy an evening of social dancing with some basic instruction mixed in for beginners.

Enjoy an amazing afternoon with the voice of Bermuda’s very own Randy Lambert at Latino Guitar at Bone Fish Bar and Grill on Tuesdays.  From noon until 4pm, you can enjoy an array of songs from this truly magical Bermudian entertainer.

Trip the light fantastic at Crazy Night (Salsa) at Bone Fish on Wednesdays.  From 9pm until midnight, you can enjoy an evening of salsa, dancing music and the latest hits.

Hear local favourite duo Prestege Band performing live at Bone Fish every Thursday.  From 8pm until midnight, you can listen to the smooth sounds of Tall Ed and Preston.

Finish off the weekend in style with Spanish Guitar and a Local DJ at Bone Fish on Sundays.  From 1pm until 5pm, you can enjoy magical Spanish notes with their own Randy Lambert.  This unforgettable experience will be accompanied by food by Chef Filippo.  Then from 9pm, a local DJ will play some of your favourite hits.

There is no cover charge and these events will continue weekly until the end of October.

For more information, contact Café Amici at 234-5009, Bone Fish at 234-5151  or bonefish@transact.bm.


A new exhibit is now open at the Bermuda Society of Arts (BSoA) in City Hall.

The Bermuda College proudly presents its 15th Annual Art Exhibition. The Art & Design Department continues with the objective of showcasing works,  created by present students, involved in contemporary explorations of thoughts, themes and techniques. The work displayed includes two and three-dimensional forms, film, installation and performance art.

Opening hours at BSoA are from 10am until 4pm, Monday to Friday, and from 10am until 2pm on Saturdays. The exhibit will run until May 16th.

Admission is free, although donations are appreciated, and all are welcome.

For more information, contact 292-3824 or bsoa@ibl.bm, or visit www.bsoa.bm.



Saltus Grammar School invite you to join them for a wonderful evening of music performed by their talented student musicians as they present their A Little Bit of Everything Concert on Thursday, April 27th.

Starting at 5.30pm in the Upper Primary Hall, there will be a number of groups performing including the Wind Band, Primary Wind Band, Junior Orchestra, Stringendo and Junior Choirs, along with recorders and string programmes.

Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students. and available from the Saltus Finance Office between 8.30am and 5pm, Monday to Friday.  Tickets will also be available for purchase at the door.

For more information, contact 292-8276 or accounts@saltus.bm.


Millennials to under-40s are invited to a Colonial Pensions Investment and Financial Planning Seminar on Thursday, April 27th.

From 2pm in the Hamilton Princess’ Trudeau Ballroom, the topic is Your Future, Your Now.  You can also expect refreshments, entertainment, prizes and a Children’s Corner.

The event is free and registration is available at EventBrite.com.

For more information, contact 296-7526, visit www.cgigroup.com or their Facebook Page.


Try a music and movement class created for infants, toddlers, preschoolers and their caregivers at Zumbini on Saturdays, April 29th or May 6th.

From 10.30am at 20 Union Street, upstairs Hendy’s Laundromat, this will be full of music, dance and educational tools for 45 mins.  Music is fun and when we enjoy ourselves we learn without knowing we are learning. Zumbini is a program that gives children the freedom and confidence to grow as they develop their social, motor and cognitive skills.

This is a free trial class and participants must register in advance.

For more information, or to register, contact Lynette Colvin at 734-5673.


There have been 12, 808 reported road crashes between 2009-2015 in Bermuda. Chances are, this Unspoken Epidemic has affected you and your family in someway.  You are invited to a series of screenings of A Piece of the Rock: The Documentary throughout April and May.

This poignant documentary will look at the effects road traffic incidents have on individuals, families and Bermuda on a whole, socially and economically.

On Saturday, April 29th, there will be a Screening & Panel Discussion at noon at Liberty Theatre.  On Sunday, May 7th, there will be a Screening & Panel Discussion at 4pm in BUEI’s Tradewinds Theatre.  On Saturday, May 13th, there will be a noon Screening at Liberty Theatre.  Finally, there will be a Screening & Panel Discussion in BUEI’s Tradewinds Theatre at 4pm on Sunday, May 14th.

They will be serving a complimentary drink and snack at the screenings.

Admission is free, but you are encouraged to reserve your tickets online at www.pTix.bm.

For more information, visit their Facebook Page, or follow them on Twitter or Instagram.


The Hamilton Princess & Beach Club’s ever-popular Happy Hour is back for the 2017 season, with the return of Marina Nights on Friday, April 28th.

From 5pm until 9pm every Friday evening throughout the summer, you can relax harbourside with your favourite drink and start off your weekend in style.  There will be a bar with happy hour drink tickets, a DJ, and VIP seating with waiter service and a limited snack menu from 1609 Restaurant & Bar.

For more information, contact ham.diningreservations@fairmont.com or 298-2028.






The Francis Patton PTA in collaboration with Nicole Robinson invites members of the community to support their 2nd Annual Fashion and Talent Showcase 2017 on Saturday, April 29th.

From 6pm in the Earl Cameron Theatre at City Hall, this event will be hosted by Antione Jones.

This year’s theme reflects the diversity of the school culture at Francis Patton Primary School. Students, staff, parents and community members have the opportunity to showcase their style and talent to those in attendance at the show.

The fashion showcase is sponsored by Gibbons Company, Maez Apparel, 27th Century Boutique, Occasions Bridal, Klassiq Kidz and Sidekicks. There will be talent showcased by students and various school and community groups throughout the program such as Bootsie, DanceStations School of Dance, AFB Dancers, Jump 2B Fit, Challenge Dancers, Bermuda African Dance Company, Takata-Ha Shotokan Karate-Do Karate, Ultimate Treasurers Mas Children’s Group, FPP Choir, FPP Band, FPP Dancers and more.

Tickets are $50 for Patrons, $25 for adults, $15 for students under 12 and available from www.pTix.bm.  Tickets can also be purchased with cash from the Premiere Tickets HQ Ticket Outlet at Innovation House on Reid Street. between 9am and 5pm, Monday to Friday.  Money raised will go towards the PTA fundraising initiatives for Francis Patton Primary School.

For more information, contact ptapresident277@hotmail.com.


Wild Herbs N Plants of Bermuda invite you to join them for an exciting combination of an outside cooking demo on a rocket stove along with an edible herbal tour at their Outside Cooking Demo & Wild Edible Herbal Tour on Sunday, April 30th.

From 2pm, this tour will enlighten your five senses with edible herbs. Learn how to identify them and learn of their health benefits. In addition to that sit around a rocket stove and experience cooking outside some of the edible plants. This tour and cooking demo will be approximately 2.5 hours.  The location will be given upon registration.

The cost is a special limited offer of $50 per person.  All participants must register to participate.

For more information, or to register, contact wildherbsnplantsofbda@gmail.com.




Promising a week to remember, the 20th Anniversary of the Bermuda International Film Festival (BIFF) will light up the Earl Cameron Theatre at City Hall from Monday, May 1st until Sunday, May 7th.

The Film Festival will feature a dozen of the world’s best independent full-length films, plus a daily Happy Hour at 5pm each day of “Bermuda Shorts” films from the nearly 600 submissions for the Oscar® Qualifying series. The afternoon Filmmakers Lounge is in the Bermuda Society of Arts (BSoA), with several Filmmaker events planned accessible with a Festival Pass ticket. The Opening Reception will be on Monday, May 1st and the Awards Ceremony on Saturday, May 6th, both will be held in the Bermuda National Gallery. BerMovie day is Sunday May 7th and free to all, starting at 2pm with an Americas Cup Set.

Tickets are available at www.biff.ptix.bm. Evening shows are $20 and matinees are $15, with Happy Hour Shorts at $10. The Opening Reception and Award Ceremony tickets are $50 each, while the Sunday evening The Night Watchmen wrap party will be $20. Rush tickets will be available at City Hall Box Office an hour before each film screening.

The full Film Programme can be found online at www.biff.bm, at City Hall or the Bermuda Tourist Bureau.

For more information, contact the BIFF Office at 293-3456 or info@biff.bm.


Open Airways invite you to join them for a free World Asthma Day event on Tuesday, May 2nd.

From noon until 2pm on the steps of City Hall, asthma nurses, doctors and physios will be on hand providing asthma education to the general public.  Musicians from local schools will be providing entertainment and attendees will also receive free spacers and a microfiber cloth or pillow while supplies last.

This event is free and open to the public.

For more information, contact info@openairways.com or 238-3261.



Turtle Hill Golf Club at Fairmont Southampton are offering Free Golf Beginners Lessons every Tuesday throughout the summer.

From 9am each week, you can learn the key elements of the swing at their shaded practice area.  All clubs and balls supplied during this half hour lesson.
For more information, contact the golf shop at 239-6952 or golf.bermuda@fairmont.com.


The Bermuda Musical & Dramatic Society (BMDS) proudly presents its latest production, The Trials & Tribulations of a Trailer Trash Wife by Del Shores, Joe Patrick Ward and Sharyn Lane, opening on Thursday, May 4th.

Del Shores, that grand master of Southern lowlife sensibilities, once again culled his Texas roots and came up with a winner. Down but not out, Willadean Winkler attempts to transcend the mean existence inflicted on her by cruel-to-the-bone hubby J.D.

Del Shores manages to fully explore Willadean’s horrific plight while infusing the work with such hilarity the audience is often reduced to tears and laughter within the same breath.

Directed by Nicola Flood and produced by Theresa Hall, the show will star Stephen Notman (J D Winkler), Brooke Burfitt (Willadean Winkler), Kelly Gilmour (Rayleen Hobbs), Samantha Smith (La Sonia Robinson), Sheila Smith (Blues Singer) and Tom Ray (Pianist).

This show is for a mature audience only, aged 18 and over, due to the strong adult language and difficult content.

Showtime is at 8pm each night and the show will run from Thursday, May 4th until Saturday, May 6th and then from Thursday, May 11th until Saturday, May 13th.

Tickets are $30 and available at www.pTix.bm or from the box office one hour before each show.

For more information, contact Theresa Hall at bmdssecretary@gmail.com.


The Canaries invite you to join them for their much-loved celebration, Bubbles and Bites Happy Hour, on Friday, May 5th.

From 6pm at Gosling’s Wine Cellar, you can get your Friday evening off to a toasty start with a selection of 6 different sparkling wines and proseccos, coupled with tasty snacks and lucky draw prizes.  Attendees with a wristband can also avail of happy hour prices at Port O Call after the event.

Tickets are $60 and selling fast. This event is a fundraiser for the Canaries Women’s Hockey Team to cover pitch and kit fees, as well as to support the Bermuda Hockey Federation (BHF) for upcoming tours and events to which they will donate 15% of their proceeds.

For more information, or to purchase tickets, contact canarieshockey@gmail.com.



Now in its 30th year, join in the fun of fundraising at the XL Catlin End To End on Saturday, May 6th.

This annual event brings our entire community together for a day of camaraderie from St. George to Dockyard – all in support of Bermuda charitable organisations. This 24.1 mile walk starts at 7am in St. George’s (or 10am from Albuoy’s Point in Hamilton for the 14.7 mile Middle-to-End) and ending in Dockyard.  Alternatively, participants can choose to cycle, row or swim for charity.

The registration fee is $50 for adults and $30 for youths under 18 years of age.  The fee includes a t-shirt, a back pack (filled with great gifts) , a water bottle,  event #, food and beverages along the way, entertainment and a medal at the finish.  Sign up is available at www.BermudaEndtoEnd.bm and the event headquarters will be open from 9am until 5pm, May 1st to 5th in Washington Mall.

For more information, contact 292-6992.



Enjoy a day of treasure-hunting at St. Mark’s Car Boot Sale on Saturday, May 6th.

From 9am until 2pm at St. Mark’s Church Hall in Smith’s, you can shop for some great bargains on vegetables, household goods, gifts, clothing, plants, jewellery, books and home baked goods. Refreshments will also be available.

For more information, contact herbie@northrock.bm.


Nakternl Entertainment, Corona, and Avion Tequilia invites you to celebrate Cinco De Mayo Housestyle Takeover-style on Saturday, May 6th.

From 8pm at The Grand Cafe on Church Street, you can come and dance the night away to sounds of Double O and Mike Shawr as Nakternl Entertainment, the Housestyle team, Avion Tequila and Corona have come together to bring another awesome night of House Music with a Latin feel.

Admission will be $10 at the door all night long, sold at the door on entry.

For more information, contact info@nakternlentertainment.com.



Enlighten your 5 senses through their wild herbs and plants of Bermuda Herbal Walks at Taste the Flavors of Bermuda on Sunday, May 7th.

From 11am at Ferry Reach, you will learn how to identify each edible plant and learn of the health benefits they each offer.

The cost is $35 per person and all participants must register.

For more information, or to register, contact wildherbsnplantsofbda@gmail.com.





The May edition of the monthly Ciné Club from L’Alliance Française des Bermudes will be showing Une Nouvelle Amie (The New Girlfriend) on Tuesday, May 9th.

Screening in the Tradewinds Auditorium at BUEI at 8pm, this French comedy with English subtitles is from director François Ozon and stars Romain Duris, Raphael Personnaz and Anaïs Demoustier

Claire and Laura have been friends since primary school.  Now, in their adult lives, with each happily married, to Gilles and David respectively, they are as close as ever. Then Laura dies after an illness and Claire’s world is suddenly very empty. Being the godmother of Laura’s child, Lucie, Claire visits David and Lucie, only to discover he has a startling secret…

All members of the public are welcome.

Tickets cost $7 for AF/BUEI members and students, and $12 for non-members.  Tickets can be purchased from Oceans Gift Shop at BUEI on the night or in advance on 294-0204.

For more information, visit www.AllianceFrancaiseBda.org.


Grab your ace girls and support Bermuda National Gallery at their 2nd Annual Gab with Girls Friend Raiser on Thursday, May 11th

From 5pm until 8.30pm, you are invited to come for drinks, music, art and a wonderful evening.

The cost is $50.

For more information, or to RSVP, contact irishlinen@logic.bm.



Masterworks invite you to join them for the official opening and book launch of Amanda Temple’s Tapestry of Tales on Friday, May 12th.

Amanda’s work explores what it means to be “Bermudian” in a diverse and innovative means never before seen. Certain portraits from the book will be viewed in the Rick Faries Gallery and will be for purchase in addition to the books.

The official opening reception will be from 5.30pm until 7pm and the exhibit will run until May 17th.

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.



Enjoy a a night of fun and adventure on the beach at Sleeping Under the Stars on Saturday, May 13th.

From 8pm, you can experience the fun and excitement of sleeping on the beach just with a blanket. Cooking dinner on an open fire, swim during the early hours of the morning to sharing campfire stories at night. Then wake up to a traditional codfish breakfast on the beach.

This is an overnight event and all participants must register.  The exact location will be announced upon registration.

The cost is $180 per person.

For more information, or to book your adventure, contact wildherbsnplantsofbermuda@gmail.com.



The America’s Cup is almost here and all eyes will be on Bermuda.  Thousands of extra visitors will be here watching the sailing, and millions of people around the world will be watching Bermuda and all of us on TV.  Have you wondered what YOU can do to make Bermuda look her best?  All residents are encouraged to show off our island paradise by getting involved with Clean Up for the Cup on Saturday and Sunday, May 13th and 14th.

A special trash bag is being mailed to every home.  You can then fill that special bag with litter that you and your family pick up from a nearby street, park or beach at any time that suits you over the weekend of May 13th and 14th.   You would then tie the bag shut and put it at the street for collection.

For more information, visit www.kbb.bm.



Enjoy a a series of concerts in the Rick Faries Gallery at Masterworks Museum as Bermuda School of Music presents their Piano Festival on Monday and Wednesday, May 15th and 17th.

Scott Joplin and His Legacy will be on the Monday.  From 7pm, you can enjoy an evening of piano music by Scott Joplin, William Bolcom, Igor Stravinsky, Nikolai Kapustin, William Albright, Zez Confrey and George Gershwin.  From 7pm on the Wednesday, you can enjoy a Tribute to Thelonious Monk, featuring the Giorgi Mikadze Trio and Piano Duets by Samuel Barber, Erik Satie and Maurice Ravel.

The cost is $35 for adults, $15 for students and available from www.pTix.bm, the Bermuda Book Store and Bermuda School of Music.  Tickets are limited.

For more information, contact 299-4000 or mworks@logic.bm.




Join us for an evening of readings as we launch Bermuda’s first collection of science fiction, fantasy and horror at The Stories We Tell: Bermuda Anthology of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror on Thursday, May 18th.

From 5.30pm until 7.30pm at Bermuda National Gallery, this event will feature the work of Adam Gauntlett, Lisa Brewster, Catherine Hay, Elizabeth Jones, Mike Jones, Ian G. Smith, Alexander Winfield, James Morgan, Andrea Olivia Ottley, Anna Nowak, Lucinda Spurling, Damion K. Wilson, Benjamin Winfield, Nikki Bowers, and Melonie Lewis.

This event is free to the public.

For more information, contact Folklife Officer Dr. Kim Dismont Robinson on 292-1681.


Masterworks invite you to join them for the official opening of A Year Times Two on Thursday, May 18th.

This is a joint exhibition from Rhona Emmerson and Chris Marson and will be showcased in the Rick Faries Gallery.

The official opening reception will be from 5.30pm until 7pm and the exhibit will run until June 7th.

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.



Masterworks invite you to join them for the official opening of Joint Exhibition on Friday, June 9th.

Showcased in the Rick Faries Gallery, this is an exhibition of work featuring the French artist formally known as “Sorgel” and local artist Nicky Gurret.

The official opening reception will be from 5.30pm until 7pm and 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.



One of the signature events of Bermuda Heroes Weekend, WKD presents PURE: The White Party on Sunday, June 18th.

From 9pm on the Upper Level of Pier 6, they promise the biggest lineup of local and overseas talent for 2017, including DJ Young Chow from Hot 97 FM New York, Riggo Suave “The Stage Gawd” from New York and Trinidad, and the Miami Dream Team with DJ Sinistar The Kings of Miami.  Representing Bermuda will be YGS, Mista Genius of King Jyrus and DJ Coolie, with live performances by international soca artists Sekon Sta and Teddyson John.

You can post your pictures using their official hashtag #PureBermuda and this event is sponsored by WKD, Carib Beer, Trip.bm and Pepsi.

Advance tickets are $35 for general admission, $70 for VIPs, and $25 for college students (must present valid college ID at the gate).  Ticket outlets are Kit n Caboodle, Jazzy Boutique, Freshmen Boutique in Heron Bay Plaza, People’s Pharmacy, Belvin’s Stores, Somers in St George’s, and online at www.BDAtix.bm.

For more information, contact apacheprod@yahoo.com or PureBermuda@gmail.com or follow them on Instagram or Facebook.




Save the Date: Quick Recap of Upcoming Bermuda Events

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Whale Watching Tours with Fantasea – until April 26th

Whale Watching Tours with Island Tour Centre – until April 30th

Get to Know TeamBDA – April 26th

**NEW  Yoga for Grief Relief Professional Training – April 26th

**NEW  Yoga For Men’s Health – April 26th

Chilled & Shaken: The Closing of Hubie’s – April 27th

Sold: Screening and Discussion – April 27th

**NEW  Saltus presents A Little Bit of Everything Concert – April 27th

**NEW  Colonial Pensions Investment and Financial Planning Seminar – April 27th

**NEW  A Piece of the Rock Speaks – April 27th, May 8th and 15th

Sip n Shop at Bermuda Red Cross Thrift Shop – April 28th

Autism Rocks Socks Day – April 28th

The Big Chill at Sea Breeze – starts April 28th

Sleepover at the Library – April 28th

Teen Advisory Board Poetry Competition 2017 Deadline – April 28th

Spring Term Course Registration Deadline – April 28th

**NEW  Marina Nights at the Hamilton Princess – starts April 28th

Metropolitan Opera Live in HD (on film): Verdi’s La Traviata – April 29th

Super Saturday at Masterworks: America – April 29th

Mount Saint Agnes White Elephant Sale – April 29th

Sip, Snack, Play – April 29th

Conversations on Being Mortal – April 29th

Color Me Swans 5K Fun Run/Walk – April 29th

Kaleidoscope Spring Jamboree – April 29th

Bermuda: The Early Days Before and After Sir George Somers – April 29th

**NEW  Zumbini – April 29th

**NEW  A Piece of the Rock: The Documentary – April 29th, and May 7th, 13th and 14th

**NEW  PTA Fashion and Talent Showcase 2017 – April 29th

Dockyard Grand Prix – April 29th and 30th

Allied World Family Community Day – April 30th

Spring into Summer Fashions – April 30th

**NEW  Outside Cooking Demo & Wild Edible Herbal Tour – April 30th



Piano Bar Mayhem and Hoppy Hour at Frog and Onion – starts May 1st

Beach/Paddle Tennis at Frog and Onion – starts May 1st

**NEW  20th Anniversary Bermuda International Film Festival (BIFF) – May 1st to 7th

**NEW  World Asthma Day at City Hall – May 2nd

Harbour Nights 2017 – starts May 3rd

Dance Fit (Belly Fit and Swing Fit) – starts May 3rd

Pinot and Pastels – May 4th

**NEW  The Trials & Tribulations of a Trailer Trash Wife – May 4th to 6th, then May 11th to 13th

**NEW  Bubbles and Bites Happy Hour – May 5th

A Spring Tea and Fashion Show – May 6th

One World Boxing Festival – May 6th

Bermuda Philharmonic Movie Fundraiser: Florence Foster Jenkins – May 6th

**NEW  XL Catlin End To End – May 6th

**NEW  St. Mark’s Car Boot Sale – May 6th

**NEW  Zumbini – May 6th

**NEW  Housestyle Takeover: El Cinco De Mayo Edición – May 6th

Swan’s Running Club Legends Race Series: “Sir” Stanley Burgess 5K – May 7th

**NEW  Taste the Flavors of Bermuda – May 7th

**NEW  L’Alliance Française des Bermudes Ciné Club: Une Nouvelle Amie – May 9th

Wine Tasting at Masterworks – May 10th

Facebook for Business – May 10th and 11th

**NEW  Gab with the Girls @BNG – May 11th

Bermuda Society for the Blind: Shades are SPECtacular – May 11th to 13th

**NEW  Masterworks Exhibition Opening: Tapestry of Tales – May 12th

Relay for Life of Bermuda – May 12th to 13th

Ana Luna Glow Worms Safari – May 12th and 13th

Metropolitan Opera Live in HD (on film): Mozart’s Idomeneo – May 13th

Live-Love-Laugh Mother’s Day Show – May 13th

Vinos for Bambinos – May 13th

**NEW  Sleeping Under the Stars – May 13th

**NEW  Clean Up for the Cup – May 13th and 14th

Mother’s Day Brunch at Cafe Lido – May 14th

**NEW  Bermuda School of Music: Piano Festival – May 15th and 17th

**NEW  The Stories We Tell: Bermuda Anthology of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror – May 18th

**NEW  Masterworks Exhibition Opening: A Year Times Two – May 18th

Bermuda National Trust Fundraising Dinner – May 20th

14th Annual Bermuda Guitar Festival – May 26th to 28th

Louis Vuitton America’s Cup Qualifiers – May 26th to June 3rd

Metropolitan Opera Live in HD (on film): Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin – May 27th

Super Saturday at Masterworks: Sailing – May 27th

Behind the Mask: The Story of the Gombeys – May 27th



Free Lunchtime Concert – June 2nd

Tall Ship Gulden Leeuw Dinner Cruise – June 3rd

Louis Vuitton America’s Cup Challenger Playoffs – June 4th to 12th

**NEW  Masterworks Exhibition Opening: Joint Exhibition – June 9th

Metropolitan Opera Live in HD (on film): R Strauss’ Der Rosenkavalier – June 10th

Ana Luna Glow Worms Safari – June 11th and 12th

Red Bull Youth America’s Cup plus J Class and Superyacht Regattas  – June 12th to 21st

Wine Tasting at Masterworks – June 14th

America’s Cup Match presented by Louis Vuitton – June 17th and 18th, then 24th to 27th

**NEW  PURE: The White Party – June 18th

Family Folklore and Genealogical Connections – June 24th

Art with a Twist – June 27th



Animal Advocate Camp – July 3rd to September 1st

Ana Luna Glow Worms Safari – July 11th and 12th

Wine Tasting at Masterworks – July 12th

Art with a Twist – July 25th

Diamond Jubilee at the Museum – July 29th



Ana Luna Glow Worms Safari – August 9th and 10th

Art with a Twist – August 22nd

Emancipation: A Love Story – August 26th



Ana Luna Glow Worms Safari – September 8th and 9th

Wine Tasting at Masterworks – September 13th

Art with a Twist – September 19th

Gladys Morrell, Bermuda’s Suffragist – September 30th



Ana Luna Glow Worms Safari – October 7th and 8th

Art with a Twist – October 24th



Wine Tasting at Masterworks – November 15th

Art with a Twist – November 21st



Wine Tasting at Masterworks – December 13th

Art with a Twist – December 19th



Art Exhibits

Bermuda Arts Centre at Dockyard

Exhibits at Bermuda Arts Centre at Dockyard


Exhibits at Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art


Bermuda National Gallery

Current Exhibits at Bermuda National Gallery


Hamilton Princess Hotel & Beach Club: Hotel Lobby


**NEW  Current Exhibits at Bermuda Society of Arts – April 21st to May 16th

  • Bermuda College 15th Annual Art Exhibition



Enjoy the rest of the week!











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