November 8th, 2017 Bermuda Calendar Update
Here is an update of everything that has been added to the network of Bermuda events calendars since last week.
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!
All are welcome to attend the Hamilton Parish Council Public Meeting on Wednesday, November 8th.
This will be held at 7pm at the Aquarium Education Room in Flatts. On the agenda will be the Property and Land owned by the council, Shelly Bay and Railway Trail, Scholarships, Parish Clean Up and a presentation by Belco.
Back by popular demand, BUEI Films present a second showing of Heal on Thursday, November 9th.
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. You are advised to purchase your tickets in advance before they sell out.
For more information, or to purchase tickets, contact 294-0204 or visit Oceans Gift Shop at BUEI.
Open to songwriters, lyricists, and music composers across Bermuda, the Live, Love, Life: Stop the Violence Competition will take place on Sunday, November 12th.
This event is designed for schools, individuals, and community groups to create a song that inspires the community by promoting a message of non-violence in our community. Contestants have created and rehearsed their song entry in preparation for this finale performance at 7pm in the Ruth Seaton James Auditorium. Performers will be judged by a panel of Government and Community stakeholders for the chance to win the grand prize.
They are also looking to provide $5,000 worth of prizes in support of this initiative and welcome any assistance you are able to offer.
This is a free event.
For more information, contact email@example.com or 777-4000.
BUEI Screens invites you to a screening of Viceroy’s House on Sunday, November 12th.
New nations are rarely born in peace… India, 1947: Lord Mountbatten (Downton Abbey’s Hugh Bonneville) is dispatched, along with his wife Edwina (Gillian Anderson), to New Delhi to oversee the country’s transition from British rule to independence. This PG-13 rated drama has a running time of 106 minutes.
The film begins at 5.15pm 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.
Restoration Fellowship will host the 2017 edition of their International Prophetic Encounter from Wednesday to Sunday, November 15th to 19th.
This will begin at 7.30pm at the Fairmont Southampton on the Wednesday and this year their theme will be Moving in Prophetic Faith, based on James 2:20. “But wilt thou know, O vain man, that faith without works is dead?”
They encourage you to join them with expectancy and excitement as they look forward to experiencing a move of the Prophetic Faith.
The Opening Service will be at 7.30pm on Wednesday, November 15th. In addition to nightly Evening Services at 7.30pm (6.30pm on Sunday), there will also be Morning Services at 10.30am on the Saturday and Sunday.
Registration is free.
Rooms are available at a rate of $189 per night for those attending the conference. To take advantage of this rate, contact the Fairmont Southampton and make reference to booking reservations for International Prophetic Encounter.
For more information, or to pre-register online, visit www.rfbermuda.com.
The 21st edition of Pechakucha Bermuda will take place at Spanish Point Boat Club on Thursday, November 16th.
From 6pm until 10pm, you can enjoy another great opportunity to listen to entertaining presentations on a variety of topics, presented in a quick, easy-to-digest format.
PechaKucha Nights were started in Japan and have a 20×20 presentation format where each speaker shows 20 images, each for 20 seconds. The images advance automatically and you talk along to the images. Since there is no pausing or going back, speakers have no choice but to keep to their allotted time. Following each presentation is a 3 minute 40 second Q&A session with the audience.
Doors open at 6pm and the show will start at 7pm. Food and drinks will be available for purchase. They will have J&B’s Wood Fired Pizza on-site, with options for vegans, vegetarians, and meat lovers alike, so you can get your pizza, grab a drink at the SPBC bar, and enjoy the presentations.
Admission is free, however donations are welcomed and all are invited.
Enjoy a night of fun, shopping and giving at the KatKids Night Market on Friday, November 17th.
From 5.30pm until 9.30pm at the BAA Gymnasium, this annual event raises funds for children in Nepal and Southern Africa through the sale of unique gift items from these countries. The items on sale will include art, textiles, jewellery, holiday decorations, and much more.
While you shop, enjoy Nepali food, happy hour drink prices and a silent auction in a great atmosphere.
Tickets are $10 and are available from www.KatKids.com or at the door. Proceeds will go to the Eliza DoLittle Society, helping to feed Bermuda’s hungry.
For more information, contact Francesca@katkids.com.
Christ Church, Warwick invite you to their Annual Christmas Fair on Saturday, November 18th.
From 9am until 3pm, you can expect a White Elephant sale, silent auction, plants and garden stall, Christmas crafts, books and art stalls, kids toys, bake sale, hot lunches, fashion and accessories stall, bouncy castles and fun for the kids, Santa Claus, and much more.
All are welcome.
For more information, contact Marthak@logic.bm.
Come and enjoy the annual St. Mary’s Church Christmas Fair on Saturday, November 18th.
From 10am until 4pm, you can enjoy a lively community event with traditional stalls such as plants, baked goods, White Elephant, fun castle, children’s games, handi-crafts, books, refreshments, and entertainment starting at 11.30am, including a visit from Santa. Parking is available.
Raffles are on sale now and the draw for exciting prizes is at the close of the Fair.
For more information, contact Chairperson Jean-Marie Wade on 536-2611 or Lynanne Bolton on 236-6466.
Mark Dr. Edward Harris’s retirement while raising funds for the National Museum at Out with a Bang on Saturday, November 18th.
From 6pm at Commissioner’s House in Dockyard, you can enjoy a night of cannon fire, hearty fare, fort games and revelry.
Tickets are $165 per person, which includes all alcoholic drinks and food. Additional tickets for games, raffle and cannon fire will also be available for pre-purchase and on the night.
For more information, or to purchase tickets, contact firstname.lastname@example.org, 234-1333, or buy online at www.nmb.bm.
Chapel of Ease invite you to eat well while raising funds for a good cause at their Thanksgiving Supper on Thursday, November 23rd.
From 4pm until 7pm in the Church Hall, you can enjoy a home-cooked and plentiful thanksgiving dinner with all the extras, including dessert and a homemade roll. You are invited to come early before it’s all gone.
The cost is $10 for children and $20 for adults. Cash only will be accepted and funds will go to fix the church hall.
For more information, contact Nancy Hooper on 297-1040.
You are invited to come and buy or sell at a Car Boot Sale on Saturday November 25th.
This will run from 9am until 2pm at the New Venture House Parking Lot on Mill Creek Road (same location as FedEx) and all proceeds from rental spots will be going to support a family in need with a Christmas hamper.
The cost is $25 to reserve and rent a spot.
For more information, contact Fawn Wade at email@example.com or 298-0185.
Bermuda School of Music proudly presents an Evening featuring Jane Farge in Concert on Sunday, November 26th.
From 7pm at Bermuda School of Music, you are invited to an evening of Musical Excellence Featuring: Jane Farge (mezzo soprano), Mirei Tsuji (piano) and Jennifer Sheridan (violin), with music by Quilter, Handel, Barber, Bernstein, Ivor Novello and Brahms.
The cost is $25 for adults, $10 for children and $50 for Patrons.
For more information, or to purchase tickets, contact 296-5100 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
With the focus on quality Bermuda made arts and crafts, Bermuda’s 22nd annual collaborative shopping event, Home-Grown Alternatives, will be on Saturday, December 2nd.
From 10am until 4pm at St. Paul’s Christian Centre, you are bound to find that perfect gift idea from one of their 28 vendors. There will be edible treats, art, jewelry, ceramics, ornaments,quilts, lamps, cards, knitting, Bermudian books, cloth bags, woodworking,mosaic art, soaps and scents. There is also a kitchen providing Bermudian cuisine.
There is ample parking at this centrally located venue, which is also wheelchair accessible, so you are invited to come and spend a couple of pleasant hours shopping, cash and green bags in hand.
There is no cover charge.
For more information, contact Terry Chapman at email@example.com or visit www.HGA.bm.
The Craft Market will be hosting its ever popular Christmas Taste Fair on Sundays December 3rd,10th and 17th.
This will be running from 1.30pm until 3.30pm in the Cooperage Atrium on each of the days. There will be a charity tree for people to make a donation to this year’s recipient, The Salvation Army, and in return they will provide you with a festive frog to hang. The Craft Market will provide tasty treats, including rum cake, swizzle taffy, pepper sauces, Frog & Onion’s Chowder , ginger beer and Carol’s Cassava Pie. In collaboration with the Dockyard Brewing Co, beer samples and beer nog will be offered, and they promise that beer nog is delicious so you should come try it. There will also be crafters on hand to talk about and individualize your gifts for Christmas giving and a table prominently displayed with gift and stocking stuffer themed items.
Their partners the Frog & Onion will of course be serving lunch and having live entertainment and Santa will be in town for those dining in the pub.
There is no cover charge.
For more information, contact Tim Rogers on Timrogers852@gmail.com.
Save the Date: Quick Recap of Upcoming Bermuda Events
World Rugby Classic – November 5th to 11th
CPA Atlantic Information Sessions – November 7th and 8th
Quiz Night at Boundary Sports Bar and Grille – November 8th
**NEW Hamilton Parish Council Public Meeting – November 8th
**NEW BUEI Films: Heal – November 9th
XL Catlin Man on the Run 5K – November 12th
**NEW Live, Love Life: Stop the Violence Competition – November 12th
**NEW BUEI Screens: Viceroy’s House – November 12th
L’Alliance Française des Bermudes Ciné Club: Sage Femme – November 14th
Wine Tasting at Masterworks – November 15th
**NEW Restoration Fellowship International Prophetic Encounter – November 15th to 19th
**DATE CHANGE Louis Latour 2015 Vintage Wine Event –
October 26th November 16th
**NEW Pechakucha Bermuda Volume 21 – November 16th
Family Centre Lip Sync Battle – November 17th
**NEW KATKiDS Night Market – November 17th
RHM International Presents: Speak Up, Overcome, Survive – November 18th
Bermuda Centre for Creative Learning Open House – November 18th
Somersfield Academy’s Peddler’s Porch Event – November 18th
Living Life Together The Titus 2 Way – November 18th
The Rhythm Lab’s Vegan Jazz Gathering – November 18th
**NEW Christ Church Warwick Christmas Fair – November 18th
**NEW St. Mary’s Church Christmas Fair – November 18th
**NEW Out with a Bang – November 18th
Art with a Twist – November 21st
Wine Tasting at Thyme – November 22nd
Thanksgiving at Cafe Lido – November 23rd
Thanksgiving Dinner – November 23rd
**NEW Thanksgiving Supper at Chapel of Ease – November 23rd
KPMG Front Street Mile Trials – November 25th
**NEW Car Boot Sale – November 25th
FoH/Hannover Re Walk and Run – November 26th
CTY Bermuda’s 12th Annual Math Olympiad – November 26th
**NEW Evening featuring Jane Farge in Concert – November 26th
**NEW Home-Grown Alternatives – December 2nd
Christmas Shopping Drop Off – December 2nd, 9th & 16th
**NEW Christmas Taste of Bermuda – December 3rd, 10th and 17th
Wine Tasting at Masterworks – December 13th
The Bermuda School of Music presents: Joy to the World – December 15th and 16th
Art with a Twist – December 19th
Christmas Brunch at Cafe Lido – December 25th
New Year’s Eve at Cafe Lido – December 31st
2018 Bermuda Marathon Weekend: KPMG Front Street Mile – January 12th
2018 Bermuda Marathon Weekend: Bermuda 10K and 10K Walk – January 13th
Free Lunchtime Concert – March 2nd
Free Lunchtime Concert – June 1st
Exhibits at Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art
Current Exhibits at Bermuda National Gallery
- The Power of Art – January 27th to November 25th
- Shepard Fairey: Rebel With A Cause at BNG – September 21st until further notice
Bermuda Society of Arts – October 27th to November 14th
- Edinburgh Gallery: Foliage to Fashion: Book Launch and Hat Exhibit by Donna Pink and Ronnie Chameau
- Onions Gallery: What is Old New Again
- Studios A&B: BSoA Sessions: Life Drawing
Bermuda Arts Centre at Dockyard
- Davy Jones’ Locker – October 8th to November 24th
Enjoy the rest of the week!