October 22nd, 2014: Bermuda Events Update

Morning Troops!


So glad we all emerged from Gonzalo without any serious injuries – what a scary night though!  I for one am really looking forward to a storm-free weekend.  Here’s the latest line-up of what’s happening in Bermuda:


1022 Pumpkin Carving Competition

Try your creative hand at pumpkin carving and see if you can win a prize.

The deadline for the Youth Library’s Pumpkin Carving Competition is on Wednesday, October 22nd, with judging the following day.

Categories are for children aged 10 to 18 years and for families of children aged to and under with the support of an adult. Prizes will be given for the funniest, scariest and most creative pumpkin.

Entry forms can be picked up from the library.

For more information, contact 295-0487.

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October 15th, 2014: Bermuda Events Update

Hi Kids!


Well, I guess the short version of this post would have been, “Everything is cancelled, just stay at home”.  This will come as no surprise but you’ll see a lot of cancellations and postponements below.  Since we don’t yet know what the extent of the damage from Hurricane Gonzalo is going to be, please be sure to check with event organisers before heading to anything listed for the next week or two.

Hopefully, you will receive a post next week but this will depend greatly on power outages and internet connection – fingers crossed!  Stay safe, Bermuda – look after each other and see you on the other side!


1016 Charles + Chewstick

Discovery Wines present a Roots, Rock Reggae event featuring Geoffrey Markell from Charles Smith Wines and the 3 Kings Band on Thursday, October 16th.  **UPDATE:  This will now be on Thursday, November 20th due to Hurricane Gonzalo**

Charles + Chewstick will run from 6pm until 8pm, including a taste of four different Charles Smith Wines will be served alongside some cheeses. Come on out for a fun evening of great wine, great music and great food!

The cost is $30 per person and reservations are required.

For more information, or to make a reservation, contact 296-9463 or events@discoverywines.bm.

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October 8th, 2014: Bermuda Events Update

Morning Kids!


Hold on to your hats – it’s a bit of a monster post for you today!  Anyone who thinks there’s nothing to do in Bermuda at this time of year simply isn’t looking hard enough – here’s the latest rundown of Bermuda events for October:


1002 Ace Gallery Dancing with Whales

Dancing with Whales is the current photographic exhibition at the Ace Gallery on Woodbourne Avenue.

Thirty black and white images of humpback whales taken underwater in Bermuda are mounted on canvasses as large as 9 feet by 6 feet and will be on display until the end of the year.

The gallery is open from 10am until 4pm on weekdays and admission is free.

For more information, contact Andrew Stevenson on 777-7688 or andrews@logic.bm.

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October 1st, 2014: Bermuda Events Update

Morning Troops!


Happy October to you all and welcome to the final quarter of 2014!  Once again, I have somehow blinked and missed a large chunk of the year.  Oh well, here’s what’s happening in Bermuda this Fall:


0929 Reefs Signature Happy Hour

Why wait for Friday to celebrate? The Reefs has just introduced its Signature Happy Hour from 6pm until 8pm on Mondays to Thursdays. Enjoy bottled beer for $5, a selection of wines for $6 and well mix drinks for $7.

For more information, contact 238-0222.


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September 24th, 2014: Bermuda Events Update

Morning all!


Apparently, the first official day of Fall was yesterday.  Hmmm…I’m not quite ready to accept this yet so I think we can cling onto Summer for a little longer in Bermuda.  Here are the latest island events:


0925 Willie Cole

The Alchemy of Objects, the next in the PartnerRe Art Lecture Series at Bermuda National Gallery will be on Thursday, September 25th.

The guest speaker will be acclaimed contemporary American sculptor and conceptual artist, Willie Cole, who is known for assembling and transforming ordinary domestic and used objects such as irons, high-heeled shoes, hair dryers, bicycle parts, and other discarded appliances and hardware, into imaginative and powerful works of art and installations.

Cole’s work combines references and appropriation ranging from African and African-American imagery, to Dada’s readymades and Surrealism’s transformed objects, and icons of American pop culture or African and Asian masks, into highly original and witty assemblages.

The reception will be from 5.30pm, followed by the lecture itself at 6pm.

The cost is $10 for members and $20 for non-members.

For more information, or to RSVP, contact director@bng.bm or 295-9428.

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