From 12.30pm until 1.30pm in the Bermuda History and Cultural Studies Room, Folklife Officer, Dr. Kim Dismont Robinson, and Local Studies Librarian, Ellen Jane Hollis for a free lunchtime discussion on writing, how to get ready for publication, and what type of marketing can be done locally.
The event is free. Registration is not required, but is recommended as space is limited.
For more information, contact Ellen Hollis at email@example.com or at 299-0028.
Yup, it’s already that time of the week again! Here is your Wednesday update on what’s coming up in Bermuda.
Bermuda National Athletics Association presents, in conjunction with Bermuda Tourism Authority and the Department of Youth Sport and Recreation, an event that will be the first of its kind in Bermuda, the Bermuda Invitational Permit Track Meeton Friday, April 22nd.
From 6.30pm until 8.30pm, professional athletes from around the world, who have competed in the Olympics and World Championships will compete in Bermuda for one night only. These athletes will run the fastest times the track at National Sports Centre has ever seen.
In addition to the amazing track and field competition, there will be a happy hour available and VIP section that offers food and a meet and greet with the athletes.
The cost is $52 for VIPs, $27 for reserved seating, and $12 for uncovered seating. Tickets are available at www.bnaa.bm and
Pulp and Circumstance.
Well, April is flying by, almost as quickly as March did – summer days will be here before we know it!
Here are the latest additions to the Bermuda calendar:
Six former World Number One squash players will battle it out over four nights of exhibition play at Bermuda Squash & Fitness Club for Randall & Quilter Legends of Squash 2016 from Wednesday, April 13th to Saturday, April 16th.
The players involved are all former World #1 ranked and World Champions. They include 4 time World Champion Amr Shabana from Egypt, David Palmer from Australia, Thierry Lincou from France, Jonathon Power from Canada, John White from Scotland and Lee Beachill from England.
This event will run from 6pm until 10pm each night at Bermuda Squash and Fitness Club. Three matches will be played per night, with Thierry Lincou (FRA) V Lee Beachill (ENG), David Palmer (AUS) v Jonathon Power (CAN), and Amr Shabana (EGY) v John White (SCO) on the Wednesday, Thierry Lincou (FRA) v Jonathon Power (CAN), Amr Shabana (EGY) v David Palmer (AUS), Lee Beachill (ENG) v John White (SCO) on the Thursday, Jonathon Power (CAN) v John White (SCO), Amr Shabana (EGY) v Lee Beachill (ENG), and Thierry Lincou (FRA) v David Palmer (AUS) on the Friday and Lee Beachill (ENG) v Jonathon Power (CAN), David Palmer (AUS) v John White (SCO), and Amr Shabana (EGY) v Thierry Lincou (FRA) on the Saturday.
Tickets are $80 per night, $60 for BSRA Members, and can be purchased only from the BSRA on 292-6881 or in person. For more information, contact 292-6881.
From 6pm until 8pm each week until June 24th, you can participate in the hands-on creation of various styles of cocktails with expert Mixologists providing personal instruction on cocktail creation techniques.
Learn how to make the classics and add unique twists with seasonal ingredients. A first of its kind for Bermuda, this interactive experience will feature a different cocktail style or technique each week. These fun sessions are designed for stand-alone instruction, so prior participation is
You can further the fun once a month at their Amateur Cocktail Challenge, where you can compete to showcase your skills in specified cocktail preparations. The Challenge will be on the last Friday of each month and will take place at the end of that day’s series. A panel of judges will determine each month’s winner. Finalists will be invited back to compete in the Stir It Up Amateur Cocktail Challenge in November.
The winning cocktail creation will be featured as The Reefs’ official 2017 Perfectly At Ease signature cocktail. The winner will also receive their choice of a 5-night stay for two, or dinner for two each month at any of The Reefs’ restaurants for an entire year. Complete details on the the Stir It Up Amateur Cocktail Challenge can be found at www.TheReefs.com/Stir-It-Up.
The Reefs thanks Burrows Lightbourn Ltd. for their support with the Stir It Up Cocktail Series and Amateur Cocktail Challenge.
Participation in both the Stir It Up Cocktail Series and Amateur Cocktail Challenge is free. The drinks that you make as part of the series are complimentary and the a la carte menu will be available for anyone who wishes to purchase additional drinks or snacks.
For more information, contact Marielle Arneaud at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hope you all had a wonderful holiday weekend and spent lots of time with the people you like best! I also hope that your tanks are all full after yesterday’s storm – if not, your tank must be gigantic!
Anyway, here are the latest Bermuda events for Spring:
The largest youth football tournament in Bermuda, the Kappa Classic, will be held from Friday to Sunday, April 1st to 3rd.
The Men of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc. Bermuda Alumni Chapter continue to promote achievement through sport by providing an outlet for young people to showcase not only their sports skills but also their leadership and teamwork.
The event will run at the National Sports Centre from 6pm to 9pm on Friday evening, 9am until around 6pm on Saturday, and the finals from 9am until around 2pm on the Sunday. Match updates can be found on the Live Site at http://bit.ly/2016kappa.
In addition to the on-field action, there will also be various concessions with food, snacks and novelties, and a fun castle area.