January 24th, 2018 Bermuda Calendar Update

Morning Troops!

 

Well, it’s another busy one, with lots of lovely new events added to the Bermuda calendar since last week’s update!

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.

 

Get first-hand insight into the creative minds of Bermudian fashion designers at Bermudian Heartbeats:The Art of Fashion on Wednesday, January 24th.

From 6pm at Bermuda Society of Arts, Jakai Franks (JRU), James R. Lee (Xoetiqu), Alshante Foggo (Designs by AI), Ronnie Chameau and others will discuss their inspiration and influences in crafting their unique styles.

This event is free to the public.

For more information, contact Dr. Kim Dismont Robinson, Folklife Officer, on 292-1681 or kdrobinson@gov.bm.

 

Especially for children aged between 7 and 11 years old, The Club at Elbow Beach, Fritholme Gardens presents a 5-Week Kid’s Yoga Course, starting on Thursday, January 25th.

From 4pm, the classes will be challenging and fun, and will also include a period of quiet relaxation. Class is limited to 10 children so early registration is advised.

Cara Bowen is a certified Iyengar yoga teacher at the Intermediate Junior 3 level. She has been practicing yoga for 17 years and has studied with the Iyengar family in India, the US, and the UK.  In addition to teaching yoga, Cara holds a Bachelors Degree in Art and Art History and a Masters in Teaching, and has been teaching in US and UK schools since 1998.

The cost is $100 for 5 weeks.

For more information, contact Cara at yoga@fritholme.bm or visit www.fritholme.com.

 

Saltus Grammar School are proud to present their performance of School of Rock: The Musical, running from Thursday to Saturday, January 25th to 27th.

The show is at 7pm every evening, with a 3pm matinee on the Saturday.  The 7pm Saturday show has already sold out.

Tickets are $25 for adults and $15 for students.

For more information, or to purchase tickets, contact Boxoffice@saltus.bm.

 

 

 

 

Back by popular demand, BUEI Talks presents Bermuda Back from the Brink with Bob Richards on Thursday, January 25th.

How did a six quarter recession in the US turn into a six year depression in Bermuda? Find out the answers to this and more in Bob Richards’ talk about his new book, Bermuda Back from the Brink.  You will also have the opportunity to get a signed copy of Bob’s book – only a limited number of copies have been printed.

There will be a book signing from 7pm, before the lecture starts at 7.30pm in the Tradewinds Auditorium, followed by a Q&A session.

Harbourfront are offering a 10% discount (food only) to anyone dining there before or after the event.  Reservations are available from 5pm for the sushi bar with Sushi Happy Hour prices on selected sushi and drinks available until 6.30pm.  The full menu will be available from 6pm.  Please mention the lecture when booking to avail of the discount and note that it cannot be combined with any other special offers.  For dinner reservations call 295-4207.

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.

 

Grab a bargain at the St. Mark’s Car Boot Sale on Saturday, January 27th.

From 9am until 2pm at St. Mark’s Parish Hall, you can expect lots of great bargains on offer including clothing, household goods, gift items,toys, books, plants, homemade baked goods, jewelry and much more.

For more information, contact herbie@northrock.bm.

 

Unwind from the work week, grab a glass and enjoy a creative Saturday night out at MIX Saturday Sip+Paint: Parrotfish Workshop on Saturday, January 27th.

From 5.30pm at Gallery One Seventeen in Hamilton, your instructor will guide beginner-level artists step-by-step through a colourful “Parrotfish” painting using acrylics on a 16×20 inch canvas during this intimate group paint and sip art workshop.  This is for adults aged 18 and over, and you will be able to take home your very own finished piece that evening.  No experience is necessary and this event is BYOB so you can feel free to bring your own snacks and your favourite beverage.

The cost is $65 per adult and includes all supplies, easels, aprons and instruction.  Space is limited to 12 adults max and there are no drop-ins allowed, so you should book tickets in advance at www.mixbermuda.com/shop and pay in person.

For more information, contact mixbermuda@gmail.com or 707-7377.

 

Who loves the skin they’re in? Who understands their value? Who’s leading their life? Not everybody. BYOB – Bring your Own Beautiful and join this 2018 kickoff empowerment event on Saturday, January 27th.

From 6pm at the National Sports Center Pavilion, you are invited to bring your young (and slightly older than young) ladies out to hear guest speaker Shania Furbert share her story of loving ALL of her, as well as her journey as a Leader, Motivator, Entrepreneur, Dancer and Athlete – at 11 years old! You will also hear from Host and Presenter Patrice Frith Hayward.

Tickets are $50 for adults or $25 for students (must be 10 and older).

For more information, or to purchase tickets, contact vipnetwork@northrock.bm.

 

 

Celebrating another 20 year tradition at CedarBridge Academy, the Mr. and Miss CBA Pageant will be on Saturday, January 27th.

From 7pm in the Ruth Seaton James Auditorium, the show will highlight the contestants’ talent, character, career choices, evening wear and how they deliver in each of the categories.  They are also inviting all past winners and contestants of the former pageants to come out and support this event.

Tickets are $10 for students, $20 for adults and are available at CedarBridge Academy front desk and from contestants.

For more information, contact sburch@cedarbridge.doe.bm.

 

 

 

 

BUEI Screens presents The Odyssey on Sunday, January 28th.

Summer, 1946. The Cousteau family, Jacques, his wife Simone and their two children Philippe and Jean-Michel, live in their beautiful house by the Mediterranean Sea. By day they dive, by night they watch the stars. It’s paradise on earth. But Jacques is never content. He hungers for the adventure of the undersea world, and believes in the virtues of progress. With his invention, the aqualung, his recently acquired vessel, the Calypso, and a crew of free-spirited adventurers led by his wife, Simone, Jacques is ready to cross the world’s oceans. Ten years later, back from the boarding school, Philippe finds his father greatly altered as an international celebrity. Jacques cannot see it yet, but Philippe already understands that progress and pollution have begun to lay waste to the submarine world. Yet father and son’s voyage to Antarctica may be their greatest adventure yet.  This PG-13 rated film has a running time of 123 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, $12 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.

 

Find out if nursing is a good fit for you at the Bermuda College Science Week Nursing Info Session on Tuesday, January 30th.

From 6.30pm until 8.30pm at Bermuda College, you can discover the tremendous opportunities available in this growing field and speak with local nursing students about the experience.

For more information, contact 236-9000 ext. 4071.

 

BUEI Talks and BAS present 2018: Year of the Bird with Andrew Dobson on Tuesday, January 30th.

The Bermuda Audubon Society has joined over 100 organisations including National Geographic, National Audubon and BirdLife International in declaring 2018 asa ‘Year of the Bird’. Audubon President Andrew Dobson will contribute to this event to heighten public awareness of birds because of their wonder and beauty and because they symbolize nature’s inter-connectedness and the importance of caring for our shared planet.

The lecture will be at 7.30pm in the Tradewinds Auditorium.  Harbourfront are offering a 10% discount (food only) to anyone dining there before or after the event.  Reservations are available from 5pm for the sushi bar with Sushi Happy Hour prices on selected sushi and drinks available until 6.30pm.  The full menu will be available from 6pm.  Please mention the lecture when booking to avail of the discount and note that it cannot be combined with any other special offers.  For dinner reservations call 295-4207.

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.

 

Bermuda College presents a public forum with the topic Saving Breasts and Surviving Breast Cancer, on Wednesday, January 31st.

Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women and the leading cause of death by cancer in Bermuda.  What if breast cancer is diagnosed?  What can increase the odds of survival?  There is hope and you can find out more at the forum from 6.30pm in Lecture Theatre G301 in Bermuda College’s North Hall.

This event is free to the public.

For more information, contact 236-9000.

 

As part of their Science Week event, Bermuda College will round out the week’s events with the ever-popular Live, Love, Eat Live Cooking Show on Thursday, February 1st.

From 6.30pm in the Student Hall Cafeteria, there will be a live cooking demo featuring Chef Lecturer Teneika Eve.

This event is free and open to the public.

For more information, contact 236-9000 ext. 44461.

 

Do you ever feel like you’ve hit a plateau in your practice? Are you ready to ignite more meaning into your yoga and life? Join Sue Elkind for a dynamic weekend designed to stretch your awareness, enliven your body and ultimately connect you to the deepest, most vital relationship you have with your Self at The Power of Practice Yoga Workshop from Friday to Sunday, February 2nd to 4th.

Get ready to ignite the power of Shakti through goddess practices that inspire our breath, body and heart, and join Sue for all 4 workshop sessions or book individual sessions.

The first session will be Dig Deep / Kali Practice on Friday, February 2nd from 6pm until 7.30pm.  On Saturday, February 3rd, Strength & Core / Durga Practice will be from 11am until 1.30pm, followed by Freedom & Flow / Lakshmi Practice from 3pm until 5.30pm.  The final session will be Creative Play / Saraswati Practice from 11.30am until 2pm on Sunday, February 4th.

Sue Elkind, E-RYT500, RPYT, is recognized internationally in the yoga community as a teacher’s teacher, with over 20 years of yoga experience. Her in-depth knowledge of alignment and therapeutics, along with her passion to teach from her heart, allows her students to expand their potential both physically and spiritually. Inspired by keeping great company, quality time in nature and her loving family, Sue co-founded DIG Yoga in 2010 with her husband, Naime Jezzeny, in Lambertville, NJ, as a place to nourish the body, mind and heart with yoga. Sue is the author of DIG Pregnancy, Birth & Baby: A Conscious and Empowered Approach to Prenatal and Postnatal Yoga and also enjoys traveling worldwide to train teachers and empower students to live their best life. www.digyoga.com

The cost is $80 per session or $280 for all 4 sessions.  All annual members receive 10% off, and you can sign up at https://luckyelephantyoga.zingfit.com/reserve/index.cfm?action=Workshop.events#events507062450005214240.

For more information, contact info@luckyelephantwellness.com or 296-3262.

 

Confused about High School and Post Secondary School options?  If so, then you may be interested in the Bermuda College Public Forum, Education Pathways: High School and Beyond on Tuesday, February 6th.

From 6.30pm in the North Hall Lecture Theatre, room G301 at Bermuda College, this session can help you and your son or daughter to the learn the fact and make informed choices.

For more information, contact 236-9000 ext. 4244 or Paul Hardtman at phardtman @college.bm.

 

The Teen Advisory Board of the Bermuda Youth Library will be hosting their annual Valentine’s Seniors Tea on Friday, February 9th,

From 2pm to 4pm at St. Mary’s Church Hall, they will have refreshments and entertainment along with a fun-filled game of Bingo.

Tickets are $10 and can be picked up from the Youth Library.

For more information, or to reserve your ticket, contact 295-0487.

 

 

 

 

Hosted but Speciality Cinema in conjunction with Secrets Boutique and Demco Florist for the charitable benefit of Tomorrow’s Voices, you are cordially invited to the wedding of 2018 at the Fifty Shades Freed Movie Premier for Charity on Friday, February 9th.

From 5.30pm, you can enjoy cocktails and appetizers with some very special treats in the Red Room, with specialty products and lingerie on sale from Secrets. The screening itself will be at 6.30pm.

Tickets are $50, which include cocktails, appetizers, sweet treats, small popcorn and a night to remember.  Tickets are available online at www.SpecialityCinema.bm or in the cinema itself.

For more information, contact info@tomorrowsvoices.bm or 297-4342.

 

 

The Hamilton Lions Club invite you to come to their 49th Annual Raffle and Gas-O-Rama at Rubis Terceira’s on North Shore on Saturday, February 10th.

From 8am until 8pm, you can come along to Rubis Terceira’s North Shore with your empty gas tank and fill up in support of this worthy fund raiser. All Fuel profits and raffle proceeds to Beacon House, Bermuda Society for the Blind.  There are also great raffles prizes to be had and tickets are $5.

For more information, contact hamiltonlionsclubbda@gmail.com.

 

 

 

Enjoy an afternoon of family fun at the Port Royal Primary PTA Fair on Saturday, February 10th.

From 2pm until 6.30pm at Port Royal Primary, you can enjoy games, raffles, Duch Pops, Jump 2 Be Fit, henna, glitter tattoos, kids books, princess readings, popcorn, food truck, bracelets, Valentine’s, and lots of fun for all.

There is no admission fee.

For more information, contact 504-1256.

 

Martial arts fans are invited to the 23rd Annual Shiai Invitational Karate Tournament on Sunday, February 11th.

From 1pm at Pembroke Sunday School, this is an open/invitational martial arts tournament for juniors, adults and masters with competition in forms, weapons forms, point sparring and K-1.

For competitors, the cost is $40 for pre-registration until January 28th, $45 for registration until February 4th, and $55 late registration thereafter.  The entry cost for spectators is $10 for adults, $5 for under-12s, and tickets are available at BKI and from Roots Sensei

For more information, contact Sensei Roots at 505-9994.

 

 

 

 

 

Bermuda National Trust invite you to come to Waterville for their Annual Plant and Bake Sale on Saturday, February 17th.

From 8.30am until noon at their delightful waterside grounds on Pomander Road in Paget, you can shop from a diverse assortment of unusual native and exotic plants, perfect for spring planting. Come early and join the eager crowds who look forward to this annual event each year and don’t miss the mouth-watering selection of local vegetables, fruits, homemade baked goods and preserves.

For more information, contact kway@bnt.bm or eway@bnt.bm.

 

 

In celebration of the Year of the Dog, Bermuda Education Network would like to invite you to take part in their annual Chinese New Year Celebration on Saturday, February 17th.

From 7pm until 11pm in the Harbourview Ballroom at the Hamilton Princess, you are invited to come join them for a fun-filled evening featuring traditional Chinese food and entertainment, including a special performance by an authentic Chinese face-changing artist.  A silent auction and dancing to music selected by Bermuda’s own DJ Felix round out the evening’s festivities.  A welcome drink, dinner and wine are included with each ticket.

This special community event acts as their major fundraiser for the year and provides a forum to celebrate the Outstanding Teacher Award 2018 nominees and to announce the overall winner.

Tickets are $175 and available on www.BDAtix.com.

For more information, contact 703-7935 or tracy.astwood@ben.bm.

 

Support cancer care in Bermuda at the 30th Annual P.A.L.S. Family Fun Walk and Run on Sunday, February 18th.

This year, the event route will start and finish at the P.A.L.S. headquarters in Paget with 3k, 5k and 10k walk options, following an out and back course along the scenic Railway Trail.  Start time is at 8.30am and this event is sponsored by PALS, Clarien, Colonial, Europa, and Butterfield & Vallis.

Registration can be made online at www.RaceDayWorld.com until 5pm on February 17th, or in person at P.A.L.S HQ from 9.30am until 4.30pm.  Later registration will be available at P.A.L.S HQ from 10am until 2pm on Saturday, February 20th.  There will be no registration on the day of the walk.  All registration materials and race bibs must be picked up from PALS on Saturdays, February 3rd or 10th between 10am and 1pm.

The registration fee is $30 for adults, $15 for children aged 5 to 15 and free for children under 5.  You are asked to consider pledges and sponsorships from your family and friends as your generous donations help their 5 PALS nurses provide in-home care for Bermuda’s cancer patients.  All walkers who raise more than $100 in donations will be entered into a draw.

For more information, contact 236-7257.

 

Find out how you can become a certified carpenter at a Diploma in Wood Technology Information Session on Tuesday, February 20th.

From 6pm in the Technical Education Centre (T202) at Bermuda College, you can find out more about this course, which has been designed specifically to meet the needs of the local carpentry industry and the National Centre for Construction Education and Research (NCCER).  No previous experience is required, but basic English and math skills, are preferred.

This session is free and there is no need to RVSP, so you can just show up on the night.

For more information, contact 236-9000.

 

Promising to be another great opportunity to listen to dynamic, powerful, creative presentations on a variety of topics, presented in a quick, easy-to-digest format, Pechakucha Bermuda Volume 22 will take place at the Spinning Wheel Entertainment Complex on Court Street in Hamilton, on Thursday February 22nd.

PechaKucha Nights (PKNs) 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.  Spinning Wheel’s bar will be open, so bring your own reusable cup (and straw, if you fancy).  PKNs are social spaces for stimulation and interaction.  You are also invited to use the hashtag #PechaKuchaBermuda to share the PKN love on social media.

Admission is free, however donations are welcomed and all are invited.

For more information, contact PechaKuchaBermuda@gmail.com or visit the Pechakucha Bermuda Facebook Page or www.Pechakucha.org/cities/bermuda.

 

Come experience one of the most talented performers and contestants on America’s Got Talent, Bello Nock, at Bello Mania Circus from Thursday to Saturday, February 22nd to 24th.

You may have seen him – not once, not twice, but three times – on this season of America’s Got Talent. He climbed a sky high Sway Pole, got shot out a Cannon over a helicopter with spinning blades and received a standing ovation for his amazing performance on the Wheel of Death! Or maybe you’ve seen him walking a wire with the Impractical Jokers or in one of his countless exciting live performances.

His appearance in Ringling’s Bellobration set attendance records at Madison Square Garden for family entertainment. And the producer, Kenneth Feld, called Bello “a once in a lifetime performer”. Bello Mania, Opportunity Nocks’ self-produced theatrical production, received rave reviews and was nominated for a prestigious Drama Desk Award. Audiences and critics alike have always warmly received Bello. And IncrediBello, their summer 2017 theatrical production was no difference.

Bello’s repertoire includes virtually every major thrill act possible and yet he’s still able to provide intimate audience experiences and magical memories and surprises. He’s an international talent who awards and accolades are too many to mention, but once you see him perform, you’ll be a fan for life!

Showtime will be at 6.30pm at the Ruth Seaton James Centre for the Performing Arts will be at 6.30pm on Thursday, 7.30pm on Friday, and at 11am, 3pm and 7.30pm on Saturday.

Tickets start from $45 and are available from www.pTix.bm.

For more information, contact info@tpgbda.com or 500-1989.

 

One of their best annual fundraisers where everyone can find something fabulous at a great price, the Bermuda National Trust presents their Annual Auction and Jumble Sale in the Botanical Gardens from Thursday to Saturday, March 1st to 3rd.

Whether you’re moving house, redecorating or just want to make some space in your home, this is your chance to help the Trust.  You are asked to bring your donations to them, so that they can sell or auction them, with all proceeds going to the BNT’s continued work to preserve our natural and built heritage. Things that do well are good Chinese decorative items, antique Chinese ceramics, well made and designed Bermuda boxes and trays, antique Bermuda silver, Boer War items, antique hurricane shades, good maritime items, barographs, fine linens, good furniture and upholstered pieces, oriental rugs and whole or broken gold and silver jewellery.

Drop-off times for donations will be from 1pm until 4pm on February 25th,  8.30am until 6.30pm on February 26th, and from 8.30am until 2pm on February 27th.

The Jumble Sale and Auction Preview will be on Thursday, March 1st from 8.30am until 6.30pm and on Friday, March 2nd from 8.30am until 2pm.

The Auction Day itself is on Saturday, March 3rd, from 10am until 6pm.

For more information, contact kway@bnt.bm or eway@bnt.bm.

 

The Bermuda Festival of the Performing Arts presents The Mountaintop by Katori Hall from Thursday to Saturday, March 1st to 3rd.

This will be from 8pm each evening at the Earl Cameron Theatre at City Hall.  What did the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. do the night before he died 50 years ago? Who did he speak to? What did he say? In the Olivier Award-winning historical/spiritual drama The Mountaintop, playwright Katori Hall attempts to answer these questions, albeit in an imaginative way.

For two months at the beginning of each year, The Bermuda Festival of the Performing Arts helps Bermuda to become an international hub for cultural exchange and artistic growth. Performing artists from a range of disciplines come from around the globe to present a schedule of events designed to appeal to a wide and diverse audience.  The 2018 Festival will run from Saturday, January 13th until Saturday, March 17th.

Tickets are $65 for adults, $45 for seniors, and $35 for students, and are available from https://ptix.bermudafestival.org.

For more information, including a complete calendar of events, visit www.BermudaFestival.org.

 

The Bermuda Festival of the Performing Arts presents Playing By Air on Saturday and Sunday, March 10th and 11th.

This will be from 6.30pm on the Saturday and 4pm on the Sunday at the Earl Cameron Theatre at City Hall.  Featuring an electrifying display of lights, colour, and motion, engaging characters, and musical instruments that fly through the air, this versatile show draws rave reviews from family audiences.

For two months at the beginning of each year, The Bermuda Festival of the Performing Arts helps Bermuda to become an international hub for cultural exchange and artistic growth. Performing artists from a range of disciplines come from around the globe to present a schedule of events designed to appeal to a wide and diverse audience.  The 2018 Festival will run from Saturday, January 13th until Saturday, March 17th.

Tickets are $60 for adults, $40 for seniors, and $30 for students, and are available from https://ptix.bermudafestival.org.

For more information, including a complete calendar of events, visit www.BermudaFestival.org.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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

 

 

 

Bermuda Festival of the Performing Arts: Cann Sisters Piano Duo – January 22nd and 24th

**NEW  Bermudian Heartbeats: The Art of Fashion – January 24th

Cancer Talks: Cervical Cancer – January 25th

**NEW  Kid’s Yoga (5 Weeks) – starts January 25th

**NEW  BUEI Talks: Bermuda Back from the Brink with Bob Richards – January 25th

**NEW  School of Rock: The Musical – January 25th to 27th

Late Nights with TonyB – January 26th

Psychosocial First Aid Responders Course – starts January 26th

Audrey McLean’s Book Signing – January 26th and 27th

A Step-by-Step Painting Workshop – January 27th

Caledonian Society of Bermuda’s Annual Burns Supper – January 27th *CANCELLED

**NEW  St. Mark’s Car Boot Sale – January 27th

**NEW  MIX Saturday Sip+Paint: Parrotfish Workshop – January 27th

**NEW  Bring Your Own Beautiful – January 27th

**NEW  Mr. and Miss CBA Pageant – January 27th

Bermuda Festival of the Performing Arts: Jonathan Butler – January 27th and 28th

**NEW  BUEI Screens: The Odyssey – January 28th

Bermuda Festival of the Performing Arts: On Stage Performance with special guest Shun Ng – January 30th

**NEW  Bermuda College Science Week: Nursing Info Session – January 30th

**NEW  BUEI Talks: Year of the Bird with Andrew Dobson – January 30th

Once in a Blue Moon – January 31st

Bermuda Festival of the Performing Arts: Jeremy Frith and Friends – January 31st

Memorial Moon Walk – January 31st

**NEW  Corange Science 2018 Public Forum – January 31st

 

February

**NEW  Bermuda College Science Week: Live, Love, Eat Live Cooking Show – February 1st

Bermuda Festival of the Performing Arts: Lisa Fischer & Grand Baton – February 2nd and 3rd

**NEW  Sue Elkind: The Power of Practice Yoga Workshop – February 2nd to 4th

Metropolitan Opera Live in HD (on film): Lehár’s Merry Widow – February 3rd

Bermuda Festival of the Performing Arts: Rhythmatic – February 5th and 6th

**NEW  Education Pathways: High School and Beyond – February 6th

**NEW  Senior’s Valentine’s Tea – February 9th

**NEW  Fifty Shades Freed Premier Fundraiser – February 9th

Bermuda Festival of the Performing Arts: BalletX – February 9th and 10th

2018 Valentine’s Fair and Car Wash by Bermuda Boys’ Brigade and Church Girls’ Brigade – February 10th

Fifty Shades Freed – February 10th

**NEW  Hamilton Lions Annual Raffle and Gas-O-Rama – February 10th

**NEW  Port Royal Primary PTA Fair – February 10th

**NEW  23rd Annual Shiai Invitational Karate Tournament – February 11th

Bermuda Gymnastics February Break Camp – February 14th to 16th

Island Kaddy Valentine’s Couples Tournament – February 15th and 16th

Winter Wine Dinners at The Loren – February 17th

**NEW  Bermuda National Trust Annual Plant and Bake Sale – February 17th

**NEW  Chinese New Year Celebration 2018 – February 17th

**NEW  30th Annual P.A.L.S. Family Fun Walk and Run – February 18th

**NEW  Diploma in Wood Technology Information Session – February 20th

Bermuda Festival of the Performing Arts: Baskerville By Ken Ludwig – February 20th and 21st

**NEW  Pechakucha Bermuda Volume 22 – February 22nd

**NEW  Bello Mania Circus – February 22nd to 24th

Bermuda Festival of the Performing Arts: David Gonzalez Storyteller in Sleeping Beauty – February 23rd and 24th

Hearts, Hats and High Tea – February 24th

Mix’d Up Gospel Concert 2018: A Fundraiser In Aid Of Lorraine Rest Home – February 24th

Bermuda Festival of the Performing Arts: Kerri Dietz & The Halcyon Quartet – February 26th and 27th

 

March

**NEW  Bermuda National Trust Annual Auction and Jumble Sale – March 1st to 3rd

**NEW  Bermuda Festival of the Performing Arts: The Mountaintop by Katori Hall – March 1st to 3rd

Free Lunchtime Concert – March 2nd

Metropolitan Opera Live in HD (on film): Puccini’s Tosca – March 4th

Bermuda Festival of the Performing Arts: Ferio Saxophone Quartet – March 6th and 7th

Metropolitan Opera Live in HD (on film): Donizetti’s L’Elisird’Amore – March 10th

**NEW  Bermuda Festival of the Performing Arts: Playing By Air – March 10th and 11th

Winter Wine Dinners at The Loren – March 21st

WindReach’s Denim & Diamonds Fundraiser – March 24th

Metropolitan Opera Live in HD (on film): Puccini’s La Bohème – March 24th

 

April

Metropolitan Opera Live in HD (on film): Rossini’s Semiramide – April 7th

Bermuda Breeze USTA Championship Tournament – April 11th to 15th

Metropolitan Opera Live in HD (on film): Mozart’s Cosìfan Tutte – April 21st

 

May

Metropolitan Opera Live in HD (on film): Verdi’s Luisa Miller – May 19th

 

June

Free Lunchtime Concert – June 1st

Metropolitan Opera Live in HD (on film): Massenet’s Cendrillon – June 2nd

 

 

Art Exhibits

 

Exhibits at Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art

 

Bermuda National Gallery

 Current Exhibits at Bermuda National Gallery

 

Bermuda Society of Arts – January 12th to February 6th

  • Onions Gallery and Studio A & B:  Members Photography Show
  • Edinburgh Gallery:  Focusing on Our Abilities

 

 

Enjoy the rest of the week!

 

C

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www.BermudaEvents.com

 

 

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