Event organisers, don’t forget to send me details of your upcoming Christmas and NYE events by submitting full details to http://nothingtodoinbermuda.com/submit-your-event.html – we can’t wait to see what celebrations you have in store for us so please give us all time to plan to attend!
In the meantime, here is the latest seasonal fun in Bermuda:
Lots of festive fun and shopping opportunities coming up so let’s get right down to it! New events are being constantly added to the calendar so here is the latest rundown on what’s happening in Bermuda over the next couple of months – who says that Winter is boring here?:
Enjoy a variety of salads and appetizers, a selection of sushi and daily varieties of delicious Thai-Inspired dishes at L’Oriental’s Thai Lunch Buffet.
The buffet will be available from noon until 2pm, Monday to Thursday, at a cost of $22.75 per person, plus grats.
For more information, or to make a reservation, call 296-4477.
Surprise!! Aha, didn’t expect to hear from me today, did you? This week’s edition of NTDIB is coming to you a little early due to the public holiday tomorrow. There’s sure to be something for everyone in this latest round-up of things to do in Bermuda – the hard part is choosing:
Show your respect for all the members of the armed forces who have died in the line of duty since World War I at the Remembrance Day Parade at 10.30am in front of the Cabinet Building, Front Street, on Wednesday, November 11th.
Participating organisations in this sombre parade will include war veterans (or their relatives/descendants), the Royal Bermuda Regiment, RBR Junior Leaders, Bermuda Police Service, Bermuda Sea Cadets, Salvation Army Bermuda Divisional Band, North Village Band, Somerset Brigade Band, Band and Corps of Drums of the Royal Bermuda Regiment, and the Bermuda Islands Pipe Band.
The Governor will be in attendance as well as senior Government officials. Wreaths will be laid and a 2 minute silence will be observed at 11am.
Overseas veterans are encouraged to join their Bermuda counterparts marching in this parade and receive the appreciation of the people of Bermuda.
A special reunion gathering for veterans and military personnel will be held following the ceremony.
For more information, or if you would like to participate in the parade, contact email@example.com.
Want to hear something scary? There are only 57 days remaining until the end of the year! Looking for the best ways to spend some of these days? Then you’ve come to the right place – here are the latest fall/winter events in Bermuda:
This is a private tour of the oldest Protestant church in the New World, within the UNESCO World Heritage Site and will be conducted at 2pm each week by Rev’d Canon David Raths. The Church will close to visitors at 1.30pm and re-open at 3.30pm. This is an opportunity to enjoy an in-depth talk about the building and the historic Churchyard
The cost is $20 per person and free for children aged 12 and under. This fee can be paid at the door with no reservations required.
For more information, contact the Church office on 297-2459 between 11am and 3pm.
Well, I guess we need to face up to the face that winter is well on its way – don’t forget to put your clocks back this weekend. Hope you all enjoy your extra hour of sleep (NOTE: This only applies if you don’t have kids). Here is the latest update on Bermuda’s best events:
Two movies based on children’s books will be screened on the Wednesday. The first will start at 10am, running for 104 minutes while the second will start at 2.30pm, running for 101 minutes. Both are rated PG.
On the Thursday, children can enjoy Haunted Tales with John Cox at 10am.
The cost of each event is $5 and registration is required.