October 18th, 2017 Bermuda Calendar Update

Morning Kids!


So, I’ve just found out that today is National Take Your Parents to Lunch Day – is this a legitimate reason for me to raid my three-month old’s piggy bank?  Yeah, you’re right, probably not…  Oh well, maybe just share a meal with someone(s) who you love like family instead?

As always, be sure to check out the Quick Recap Section at the bottom of this post for a full listing of all upcoming Bermuda events, including those previously covered in previous posts.

Don’t forget to submit details of your own event to http://nothingtodoinbermuda.com/submit-your-event.html – a basic listing is completely free!


Back by popular demand, BUEI Screens presents Lady Macbeth on Wednesday, October 18th.

The film starts at 7.30pm and is set in rural England, 1865. Katherine (Florence Pugh) is stifled by her loveless marriage to a bitter man twice her age, and his cold, unforgiving family. When she embarks on a passionate affair with a young worker on her husband’s estate, a force is unleashed inside her so powerful that she will stop at nothing to get what she wants.

Tickets are $15, $10 for students, and are non-refundable within 24 hours of the event.

For more information, or to purchase tickets, contact 294-0204 or visit BUEI’s Oceans Gift Shop.



The Honorable Minister Walton Brown cordially invites you to attend the launching of the Priscilla Wilkinson Business Recognition (Ah Wah You Want) on Friday, October 20th.

Prior to her death in 1986, Mrs Wilkinson had acquired a reputation for being a very stern and efficient businesswoman who built a sound economic base, and quietly helped many people as well as community organisations. Originally from Monserrat, she worked hard in-spite-of Bermuda’s rigid system of segregation, and discrimination, to be called “The Queen of Court Street” because of her business acumen.

The launch event will be from 12:45 to 1:15 on the Corner of Dundonald and Court Street (the former Paramount Restaurant and Variety Store) and the awards will be given out in November.

For more information, contact Dale Butler on 595-9841 or daledbutler@gmail.com.


Register for a chance to learn, connect, get inspired, and have fun while appreciating the epic beauty of Bermuda at Chewstick Foundation’s Final Fall Retreat 2017 on Friday, October 20th.

This will be held on Paget Island, departing from St. George’s at 6.30pm on Friday, October 20th, returning at 3.30pm on Sunday, October 22nd.

Activities will include drawing, poetry, creative writing, music, workshops, yoga, and connecting with a bunch of really awesome people – all in the gorgeous setting of our island home.

The cost thereafter is $275 for non-members, $200 for members, $150 for Youth (aged 12 to 18),  $300 for Parent & Child and $50 for any additional child under 12. Registration is available online at http://bit.ly/2kK8ZZF.

For more information, contact Chewstick on 292-2439 or visit www.Chewstick.org.


Friends of Hospice invite you to join them as they Continue the Conversation on Being Mortal on Saturday, October 21st.

From 3pm at St. Paul’s Anglican Church in Paget, you can still participate without having read the book, seen the movie or participated in their first talk back in April.  You are asked just to bring your questions and an open mind as they delve a little deeper into how to have that difficult conversation on end-of-life care and what really matters to you before and after you die.

This event is free and refreshments will be served.

For more information, or to reserve your space by Wednesday, October 18th, contact 232-0859 or info@hospice.bm.



Time has flown… so gather your classmates and pull out your yearbooks! CedarBridge Academy wants everyone to join their community as they Celebrate 20 Years of Excellence at the BigTime Banquet on Saturday, October 21st.

From 7pm at Hamilton Princess Hotel, you can eat, laugh and reminisce with students from 1997 to 2017.  Entertainment will be provided by various students and alumni, and they want to make sure every graduating class is represented.

Hamilton Princess and Beach Club are also offering alumni a 2-night stay for only $199 per night (plus tax), so you can take the elevator home.  To make your reservation, call the hotel on 295-3000 and use the code ‘CBA BANQUET’.

Tickets are $75.

For more information, or to purchase tickets, contact Devina Butterfield on dbutterfield@cedarbridge.doe.bm or 296-5665.


The Bermuda Tourism Authority is all about reimagining the Railway Trail and they encourage locals and visitors alike to Re-Discover the Rail Trail on Sunday, October 22nd.

From 10am until 5pm along Bermuda’s spectacular West End Railway Trail, they hope you will join them for a day of discovery and exploration of island heritage and culture with a series of tours, excursions and experiences. And the day’s not over until you get to the culture festival at Somerset Cricket Club featuring local food and live entertainment.

This event is being organised by the Bermuda Tourism Authority in partnership with Ironshore and One Communications.

There will be a few different itineraries and activities for people to choose from which you can explore on www.gotobermuda.com/events and sign-up can be done at http://conta.cc/2gzWFXE. 

For more information, contact dthomas@bermudatourism.com or 279-5576.


The Association of Chartered Certified Accounts (ACCA) programme is in Bermuda, available at the Bermuda College, PACE Division.  You’re invited to meet representatives from the ACCA to see how certifications through this programme can help you achieve your career goals at a Meet and Greet: ACCA Information Session on Tuesday, October 24th.

This will be from 5.30pm at Coco Reef Resort.  You can see what other programmes the PACE Division of the Bermuda College has to offer by visiting www.College.bm/pace or their Facebook and Instagram pages.

For more information, or to register, contact padmin@college.bm or 236-9000 ext. 4117.


BUEI and The Friends of Nicolas Legat in Bermuda present Creating The Classical Ballet Dancer with Madame Patricia Deane-Gray MBE on Tuesday, October 24th.

From 7.30pm, you are invited for an evening of history with Bermudian ballet legend, Madame Patricia Deane-Gray MBE, along with live demonstrations by Bermuda’s own Ravi and Vidya Cannonier-Watson. The talk will be preceded by a book signing at 7pm.

Harbourfront are offering a 10% discount (food only) to anyone dining there before or after the event.  Reservations are required.  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.

Tickets are $20 for members, $25 for non-members, $10 for students, and are non-refundable within 24 hours of the event.

For more information, or to purchase tickets, contact 294-0204 or visit BUEI’s Oceans Gift Shop.


Come and get to know which US Boarding Schools specialise in learning differences at the Learn Differently 2017 School Fair on Thursday, October 26th.

From 5pm until 8pm at the Hamilton Princess Hotel & Beach Club, selected schools from the United States are coming to enlighten parents and guardians of prospective students on their programs and what they have to offer with regard to assistance for your child or children. Just as no two children are alike, no two schools are alike. These schools are tailored to help students unlock their potential.

For more information, contact 531-5489 or info@kimslistbda.com.


Impact Mentoring Academy PTA Executive will be hosting their first fundraiser this school year at their Potluck Fundraiser on Friday, October 27th.

From 5pm until 8pm at Bermuda Public Services Union, the menu will include chicken, fish, mac & cheese, rice, vegetables, rolls, and dessert.

Launched in 2001, Impact Mentoring Academy is a single gender, ‘charter school’ As a registered charity, we are able to offer a viable alternative to mainstream education. Our Mission is to empower young males to discover and develop their unique potential through a transformation learning experience that leads to their successful graduation, college and/or career placement, and positive community citizenship.

Plates are $15 each.

For more information, or to pre-order your meal, contact pta@imabda.bm.


Dust off your polyester bell bottoms and platform shoes and join BNL for their Back in ‘D’ Day Costume Party on Friday, October 27th.

From 7pm until 10pm at Bermuda National Library, you can party like it’s 1979 and come as your favourite 70’s TV character, comic book hero or celebrity.

Admission is $5.

For more information, contact Lisa at 295-2905 or 299-0029.


View hand-made quilted items available for sale at The Bermuda Quilters Guild’s Quilt Show on Friday and Saturday, October 27th and 28th.

Held at St. Mary’s Church Hall in Warwick, the show will run from 11am until 6pm on the Friday and from 10am until 5pm on Saturday.

Entry is $5 for adults and free for children aged until 12.

For more information, contact bermudaquiltersguild@hotmail.com or visit their Facebook Page.


Bermuda National Library invite you to join them for An Isle So Long Unknown: A Spooky Halloween Show for Children and Adults, performed by Rajai Denbrook with puppets by Alex Winfield, on Saturday, October 28th.

With a matinee at 2pm and the main show at 6pm, this is based on traditional Bermuda stories as told by Florenz Webbe Maxwell.  The show does contain spooky scenes, so parental discretion is advised.

Tickets are $15 for children, $20 for adults, and available for sale on the upper level of the Bermuda National Library.  Part proceeds will go to the Friends of the Bermuda National Library.

For more information, contact 299-0039 or 295-2905.


Celebrate Halloween with a night of fright at the Youth Library Haunted Library on Saturday, October 28th.

From 5.30pm, you are invited to put on your Halloween costume, take a walk through the forest of Butcher’s Cove, and hear the story of what happened long ago.  Treats will be available.

Early bird tickets are $3 and available from the library, or $5 on the door. You are advised to get your tickets early to avoid disappointment.

For more information, contact the Youth Library at 295-0487.


Promising a night of frighteningly good fun, you are invited to help Bermuda Diabetes Association raise awareness and funds for Diabolical Diabetes at their Dress Diabolical Dinner Event on Saturday, October 28th.

The evening will begin at 7pm at the poolside at Elbow Beach Hotel and will include a delicious buffet dinner, 2 drinks, music by The Big Chill, a cash bar, best costume prizes, face painting, competitions, a 50/50 raffle, and the message that Type 2 Diabetes is curable.

Tickets are $150 per person or $1400 for a table of 10 and available from www.pTix.bm.

For more information, contact Interim Executive Director, Sarah Burrows, on 297-8427, 537-2724 or ed@diabetes.bm.


Promising to be the place to be and to be seen, the exquisite grand opening of the Bermuda Fashion Festival is the Mask’d Masquerade Ball on Saturday, October 28th.

From 7pm at The Loren, this mysterious masquerade event will include exotic décor, signature themed cocktails, a plethora of tantalizing nibbles and the ocean front classic ambiance that The Loren boasts, all lending themselves to insuring the intrigue of the evening.

Sure to attract those who like to dress to the nines, this ‘formal attire with mask required’ event is billed as being an unmissable eclectic and elaborate evening that will have you rubbing elbows with international guests, models, designers, celebrities and Bermuda’s fashion enthusiasts.

All inclusive tickets are $180 and available at www.pTix.bm.

For more information, contact events@cityhall.bm.


Promising Bermuda’s best Halloween costume party, Yelloween at The Princess Beach Club, sponsored by Veuve Clicquot, will take place on Saturday, October 28th.

From 8.30pm at their location at Sinky Bay on South Shore in Southampton, you are invited to dress to impress, enjoy a glass of Veuve Clicquot and canapés on arrival, and then dance the night away until the small hours as you celebrate Halloween under the stars.

The cost is $45, plus gratuities, and includes canapés and a glass of champagne.  Tickets are available on www.pTix.bm.

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


Don’t miss this year’s Mariners RFC Halloween Party on Saturday, October 28th.

From 8pm until 3am at Flanagan’s and Outback, they will have DJs spinning the best and scariest music, prizes for best costumes, drink specials and Gosling’s Shooter Girls offering free shots at the door.

Tickets cost $35 at the door, or $25 in advance from www.pTix.bm, Flanagan’s or by messaging Mariners RFC on Facebook. Tickets sell out quickly each year so you are encouraged to get yours early.

For more information, contact Ian Nash at inash99@hotmail.com, any Mariner, or visit the event page on Facebook.




The largest event of the Bermuda Fashion Festival, drawing crowds of thousands, features all the quality of past years as the ever popular Maybelline Evolution Retail Show is now a fall fashion extravaganza showcasing on Sunday, October 29th.

From 6.30pm under the mega-tent at No 1 Car Park and with glistening Hamilton Harbour as the backdrop, Evolution will feature retailers and salons from across the island with beautiful models on a 70-foot runway. Visually stunning with expert choreography, this promises to be the fashion event of the year – an experience not to be missed.

This is a free event with $60 VIP tickets available at www.pTix.bm.

For more information, contact events@cityhall.bm.


Enjoy a diabolical event fundraiser for Bermuda Diabetes Association at Mike Bishop’s Quiz Night on Tuesday, October 31st.

The evening will begin with Happy Hour at Frog and Onion at 6.30pm, followed by the quizz start at 7pm. Tables should be of 6 to 8 people.  You can also expect a 50/50 raffle and a prize of a one-day rental of a Twizy for the best costume.  The winning team will win a $400 gift certificate donated by IRG restaurants, good for any of their restaurants (not useable for this event).  The winning corporate team can also win bragging rights in the Corporate Challenge for the Tomb Stone Trophy.

The entry fee is $20 per person.  Teams should reserve a table by calling the Frog and Onion on 234-2900 and then pay the entry fee to Mike Bishop when registering their team name.

For more information, contact Bermuda Diabetes Association on 297-8427 or Sarah on 537-2724.


Promising to be an exciting seminar that will assist existing and potential entrepreneurs with the tools to help them to build a lasting brand for their businesses, BEDC present Building Your Brand on Wednesday, November 1st.

From 6pm at the Cathedral, this two hour seminar will focus on three key areas: Branding, Digital Marketing and Customer Service. Industry experts and local entrepreneurs will be on hand to provide helpful tips and best practices.

The cost is $30 for BEDC Members and $40 for non-BEDC Members.

For more information, or to register and pay, visit www.bedc.bm.




An elaborate showcase for overseas designers in the elegant richness of Bermuda, The L’Oréal International Designer Show will be on Wednesday, November 1st.

From 6.30pm under the mega-tent at No. 1 Car Park on Front Street, each hand-picked designer will present their collection featuring top Bermudian and international models. Featured designers this year are Evelyn Lambert, Bermudian Alexandra Outerbridge with Axil Swim, Stello Ladies Collection as well as Stello Men’s Collection and Michael Costello Kid’s Collection and Michael Costello Ladies’ Collection.

General admission tickets are $45 and Patron tickets are $70 (includes reserved front row seating and table service) available at www.pTix.bm.

For more information, contact events@cityhall.bm.


BUEI Films invite you to come join them and celebrate the Bermuda Premiere of Heal on Wednesday, November 1st.

Heal is a film by Kelly Noonan Gores about the power of the mind to heal the body. Following two real journeys of healing featuring Deepak Chopra M.D., Marianne Williamson, Dr. Michael Beckwith, Dr. Bruce Lipton, The Medical Medium and many more…

The film begins at 7.30pm in BUEI’s Tradewinds Auditorium. Harbourfront are offering a 10% discount (food only) to anyone dining there before or after the event.  Reservations are required.  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.

Tickets are $15 each, $10 for students, and are non-refundable within 24 hours of the event.

For more information, or to purchase tickets, contact 294-0204 or visit Oceans Gift Shop at BUEI.


The BEDC invite you to join them in celebration of the 10 year anniversary of Global Entrepreneurship Week. Dignitaries will be on hand to publicly proclaim November as Global Entrepreneurship Month on Thursday, November 2nd.

From noon on the steps of City Hall, this event will also feature vendors sharing the best in local art and food with attendees. Music and Gombeys will highlight the afternoon festivities.

This is a free event and all are welcome.

For more information, contact Ray Jones on info@bedc.bm.


The Bermuda School of Music invite you to a series of Free Lunchtime Concerts to be held at Wesley Methodist Church on Fridays; November 3rd, March 2nd and June 1st.

These will be from 12:30pm to 1:30pm, featuring The Bermuda School of Music faculty.

For more information, contact 296-5100, info@musicschool.bm, or visit www.MusicSchool.bm.




The Bermuda Red Cross Thrift Shop will have their Annual Evening Wear Sale on Friday, November 3rd.

From 5pm to 7pm, you can enjoy a glass of bubbly and shop for the perfect outfit as the upcoming holiday season approaches. You can also shop and save on Saturday, November 4th from 8.30am until noon.

For more information, contact Suzanne on 236-8253 (ext. 223) or fundraising@bermudaredcross.com.




Featuring six local fashion designers who were carefully selected for a four-month mentorship program managed by celebrity stylist and fashion editor Shiona Turini, The Clarien Local Designer Show will take place on Friday, November 3rd.

The evening will begin at 6.30pm under the mega-tent at No. 1 Car Park on Front Street, Supported by international magazine editors and fashion professionals, the end result is breath-taking; a unique, quality fashion collection which each designer will debut on the Bermuda Fashion Festival runway. Local fashion brands being featured include NICE by Channice Thompson, HAMEC Bermuda by Carey Butterfield and Patricia Borland, Artistic Swagg by Carla-Faye Hardtman, ieShun S. by Mo’Nique Stevens, Lunar Soul by Chaela Perinchief and XoeTiqu by James Lee.

General admission tickets are $45 and Patron tickets are $70 (includes reserved front row seating and table service) available at www.pTix.bm.

For more information, contact events@cityhall.bm.


The finale event of this year’s Bermuda Fashion Festival is the Bermuda Fashion Expo on Saturday, November 4th.

From 11am until 4pm in the Ocean Suite at Elbow Beach Hotel, this ‘made in Bermuda, by Bermudians’ showcase features just that. Local designers of all things fashion and jewellery will come together in one place to show off and sell their masterpieces.

This is a free event, open to the general public.

For more information, contact events@cityhall.bm.


Promoted by Bermuda Karate Institute (BKI) for Bermuda Karate Organization, the 30th Annual Skippy Kick, an open martial arts tournament, will be on Sunday, November 5th.

This will be from 1pm at Pembroke Sunday School and will include forms, weapons forms, sparring and K-1.

The entry form is available online at www.BermudaKarateInstitute.com or from Bermuda Karate Institute. The deadline for pre-registration is October 22nd, while the deadline for registration is October 29th.

The cost of entry for spectators is $10 for adults, $5 for children under 12 and $20 for families of up to four people.

For more information, or to purchase tickets, contact the Bermuda Karate Institute on 292-2157.


Open to all men and boys over the age of 7, The XL Catlin Man on the Run 5K is a men only event in its fifth year on Sunday, November 12th.

At 9am from Warwick Academy, it was designed to raise awareness for prostate cancer and funds for Bermuda Cancer and Health Centre’s Equal Access Fund.

Late Registration and Number Pick up are on November 11th from 9am until 11am at Butterfield and Vallis, Orange Valley.

Registration fees are $15 for Juniors aged 7 to 10 years (2.2km distance), $32 for Open age 11 to 60+ years/Competitive Walkers (5km distance), and $15 for Non-Competitive Walkers.  You can register at Sportseller in Washington Mall or online at www.RaceDayWorld.com.

For more information, contact Race Director Clifford Roberts, at croberts2@bps.bm or 717-0590.


Friends of Hospice and Hannover Re have partnered again this year to offer a 5K and 10k Walk and 5K, 10K, and Half Marathon Run on Sunday, November 26th.

Registration begins at 7am at Tucker’s Property on South Shore Road across from Botanical Gardens, and you are invited to get there early to get a shirt.  Walkers and half-marathon runners will then begin at 7.30am and the 5k and 10k runners begin at 8am with a timed run. There will be prizes and food goodies available at the finish line.

The registration fee is $30 and signup is available online at www.RaceDayWorld.com.  Both runners and walkers are encouraged to gain pledges as all proceeds will benefit Friends of Hospice through their programmes and services that support the patients and their loved ones at Agape House, Bermuda’s only hospice palliative care facility. Pledge forms can be found at Agape House, Friends of Hospice, & Hannover Re.

For more information, contact 232-0859 or info@hospice.bm.


Proving that champs aren’t just on the sport’s field, CTY Bermuda’s 12th Annual Math Olympiad will be on Sunday, November 26th.

The CTY Bermuda Annual Math Olympiad is a Math Competition designed to challenge the mathematical competencies of Bermuda’s youth.  This is for young mathematicians in grades P6 / Gr 5 / Yr. 6 – S4 / Gr. 12 / Yr. 13.  Only students in these grades will be accepted to participate in the contest.

Taking place at The Berkeley Institute, the competition will run from 1pm until 3pm, with the Awards Ceremony at 6pm.  The test format will be in Multiple Choice and Full Solution questions and there are great awards and prizes to be won.

Registration is free and the deadline is Friday, November 17th.

For more information, or to register, visit www.ctyBermuda.com or call 296-7259.


Promising an uplifting and sublime selection of seasonal music, The Bermuda School of Music presents Joy to the World on Friday, December 15th and Saturday, December 16th.

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.

The Orchestra Leader is Jennifer Sheridan and the programme includes excerpts by Handel, Bach, Rutter, Chilcott and more, with solo performances by mezzo-soprano, Kerri Lyn Dietz.

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 more information, contact 296-5100, info@musicschool.bm, or visit www.MusicSchool.bm.


Cafe Lido invite you to celebrate with them, let their chefs prepare your Christmas Day Brunch, and then let them do the dishes on Monday, December 25th.

This sumptuous international buffet will feature a selection of hot and cold appetizers, salads, cold cuts, sushi, pasta, meat and fish dishes (including vegetarian choices) topped off by a spectacular Christmas Day 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 $80 per adult and $40 for children under 10, exclusive of 17% gratuities.

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





Save the Date: Quick Recap of Upcoming Bermuda Events

For a handy Calendar view, click here to go to the Bermuda Calendar section – simply click on the “One-off Events” filter to show just these events instead of the whole calendar





3-3-1 Restaurant Promotion at Fairmont Southampton – October 4th to December 23rd

Now That’s What I Call a Quiz – October 12th, 19th and 26th

21st Annual BF&M Breast Cancer Awareness Walk – October 18th

Family Centre presents a Free Junior Golf Clinic, Foot Golf & Dinner – October 18th

**NEW  BUEI Screens: Lady Macbeth – October 18th

Bermudian Heartbeats: Our Earl is 100 Years Young! – October 19th

Margarita Paint Night – October 20th

**NEW  The Priscilla Wilkinson Business Recognition Award (Ah Wah Your Want) – October 20th

**NEW  Chewstick Fall Retreat 2017 – October 20th to 22nd

Peace Lutheran Car Boot Sale – October 21st

Zumbathon- Salsathon “Party in Pink” – October 21st

**NEW  Being Mortal: Continuing the Conversation – October 21st

**NEW  CedarBridge Academy’s 20th Anniversary BigTime Banquet Celebration – October 21st

2017 International Bermuda Dog Show – October 21st and 22nd

Dockyard Boat Jumble Sale & Family Fun Day – October 22nd

**NEW  Re-Discover The Rail Trail – October 22nd

Art with a Twist – October 24th

Evaluation Workshop – October 24th

Fall Tea Tasting with Kuni Frith @ BNL – October 24th

**NEW  Meet and Greet: ACCA Information Session – October 24th

**NEW  BUEI Talks: Creating The Classical Ballet Dancer with Madame Patricia Deane-Gray MBE – October 24th

Louis Latour 2015 Vintage Wine Event – October 26th

**NEW  Learn Differently 2017 School Fair – October 26th

Special Halloween Haunted History Tours – October 26th to October 31st

Masterworks Haunted Museum – October 27th

Curing Cancer with Comedy – October 27th

**NEW  Impact Mentoring Academy Potluck Fundraiser – October 27th

**NEW  Back in ‘D’ Day Costume Party – October 27th

**NEW  Bermuda Quilters Guild Quilt Show – October 27th and 28th

Bermuda National Trust FarmFest – October 28th

BUEI Children’s Halloween Party – October 28th

Touchstones That Speak to Us – October 28th

**NEW  An Isle So Long Unknown: A Spooky Halloween Show for Children and Adults – October 28th

**NEW  Youth Library Haunted Library – October 28th

**NEW  Dress Diabolical Dinner Event – October 28th

**NEW  Bermuda Fashion Festival: Mask’d Masquerade Ball – October 28th

**NEW  Yelloween at The Princess Beach Club – October 28th

**NEW  Mariners RFC Halloween Party – October 28th

Bermuda Botanical Society Annual General Meeting – October 29th

**NEW  Bermuda Fashion Festival: Evolution Retail Show – October 29th

4th Annual Tomasz Tabor Memorial Golf Tournament – October 30th

Cocktails and Cannons – October 31st

Twinkle Twinkle – starts October 31st

Halloween Dining Specials at Waterlot Inn – October 31st

**NEW  Dress Diabolical Quiz Night – October 31st



MOvember: Shave the Date – November 1st

Cocktails and Cannons – November 1st

**NEW  Building Your Brand – November 1st

**NEW  Bermuda Fashion Festival: International Designer Show – November 1st

**NEW  BUEI Films: Bermuda Premiere of Heal – November 1st

**NEW  Global Entrepreneurship Month Proclamation – November 2nd

**NEW Free Lunchtime Concert – November 3rd

**NEW  Evening Wear Sale – November 3rd

**NEW  Bermuda Fashion Festival: Local Designer Show – November 3rd

One Stop Shopping Craft Fair – November 4th

**NEW  Bermuda Fashion Festival: Bermuda Fashion Expo – November 4th

**NEW  Skippy Kick – November 5th

**NEW  XL Catlin Man on the Run 5K – November 12th

Wine Tasting at Masterworks – November 15th

RHM International Presents: Speak Up, Overcome, Survive – November 18th

Bermuda Centre for Creative Learning Open House – November 18th

Art with a Twist – November 21st

Thanksgiving at Cafe Lido – November 23rd

Thanksgiving Dinner – November 23rd

KPMG Front Street Mile Trials – November 25th

**NEW  FoH/Hannover Re Walk and Run – November 26th

**NEW  CTY Bermuda’s 12th Annual Math Olympiad – November 26th



Christmas Shopping Drop Off – December 2nd, 9th & 16th

Wine Tasting at Masterworks – December 13th

**NEW The Bermuda School of Music presents: Joy to the World – December 15th and 16th

Art with a Twist – December 19th

**NEW  Christmas Brunch at Cafe Lido – December 25th



2018 Bermuda Marathon Weekend: KPMG Front Street Mile – January 12th

2018 Bermuda Marathon Weekend: Bermuda 10K and 10K Walk – January 13th

2018 Bermuda Marathon Weekend: Bermuda Marathon and Half Marathon – January 14th



**NEW Free Lunchtime Concert – March 2nd



**NEW Free Lunchtime Concert – June 1st



Art Exhibits


Exhibits at Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art


Bermuda National Gallery

 Current Exhibits at Bermuda National Gallery


Bermuda Society of Arts – September 29th to October 24th

  • Onions Gallery: Members Fall Show & MASKulinity: Traditions of the Bermuda Gombey
  • Edinburgh Gallery: Here, There and Everywhere by Charles Knights
  • Studio A: Book Launch and Paintings by Molly Smith 


Bermuda Arts Centre at Dockyard



Enjoy the rest of the week!











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