September 17th, 2014: Bermuda Events Update

Morning Troops!


I’m loving this time of year – not only has the humidity started to drop but there are so many Bermuda events to choose from on the calendar:


0914 Autumn Open

Autumn Open, a members’ juried show including work of all media, is currently open at the Bermuda Arts Centre at Dockyard.

The show will remain open until Saturday, October 19th and admission is free.

For more information, contact 234-2809 or

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September 10th, 2014: Bermuda Events Update

Morning Boys and Girls!


Here’s the latest on the Bermuda calendar:


0904 Jimmy Keys at Red

The man, the legend and the liar himself is returning this September to Bermuda, his second home. Comedian and musician Jimmy Keys will be headlining a three week tour at Red Steakhouse and Bar from Thursday, September 4th until Wednesday, September 24th, excluding Tuesday, September 9th.

Jimmy will be performing 5 nights a week from 8.30pm on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays, promising a high energy variety show packed with comedy, visual musical impressions and favourite Broadway, wrapped around some of the most exciting piano playing that you will ever witness.

Red will be offering a special Jimmy Keys Prix Fixe Menu and their A La Carte menu, designed by Executive Chef Chad Mitchell and featuring the highest quality of Certified Angus Beef and fresh locally caught seafood, will also be available.

Reservations are highly recommended and large party bookings and private functions are available.

For more information, or to make a reservation, contact 292-7331 or book online at For more on Jimmy Keys, visit

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September 3rd, 2014: Bermuda Events Update

Morning Kids!


Welcome to the first post of September – let’s hope this month is a little drier than August!  Although, if it’s not, at least we can console ourselves with the fact that lobster season is back.  Here are the latest upcoming events for Fall in Bermuda:


0903 BNL Film Series

Learn more about Bermuda’s history at Bermuda National Library’s Summer Film Series on Wednesdays in September.

Screenings will run from 11am each week in the Bermuda History and Cultural Studies Room.

Foodways on Wednesday, September 3rd focuses on Bermuda’s unique culinary traditions including St. David’s fried fish, shark hash, old-fashion fish stew and curried lobster. Featuring interviews with chef Fred Ming, St. David’s cooking legend Dolly Pitcher, and food historian Joe Gibbons.

Woodworking on Wednesday, September 10th will focus on Bermuda’s unique traditions of working with wood. Featuring interviews with artist and carver Chesley Trott, carpenter Jermey Johnson, artist Milton Hill Sr. and his apprentice Ami Zanders.

Building on Wednesday, September 17th will focus on Bermuda’s unique building traditions. Featuring interviews with masons George Leon Burt and Dennis Butterfield as well as carpenter George Phipps.

In the Hour of Victory on Wednesday, September 24th tells the story of Bermudian Major Toby Smith who lost his life at the Battle of Overloon during the final Allied Push for victory. This first hand account uniquely recaptures the war-time era and its impact on a family, leaving a lasting legacy of what it means to serve one’s King and Country.

For more information, contact Ellen Hollis at 296-1297 ext 223 or

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August 27th, 2014: Bermuda Events Update

Morning Troops!


Batten down the hatches and stock up on the rum – not only do we have a hurricane warning but another holiday weekend is almost upon us!  Let’s just enjoy whatever happens and hope we see some sunshine.  Here is the latest update on island events:


0828 Palms Oncology Massage

Learn about the use of massage therapy to relieve tension and pain at PALMS: Oncology Massage, a free health presentation at Bermuda Cancer and Health Centre on Thursday, August 28th.

Increasingly the benefits of massage therapy for people living with cancer are being realized. Massage therapy may help ease pain, minimize nausea, improve sleep and ease depression and anxiety. When provided by a licensed, experienced, and specially-trained therapist, massage can be an important component of healing.

The session will being at 5.45pm and Kathi Rogers, Certified Massage Therapist, PALMS will be the presenter.

For more information, or to register, contact 236-1001 ext 1007, or visit

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