Hope you’re all having a great week so far – if you’re not having a great week, I hope it improves immediately! There is obviously a bit of a love vibe this week, but don’t worry, there are plenty of other things happening.
What is there to do in Bermuda in Winter? The answer is LOTS:
Starting at 6pm, this event will feature Dr. Nekia Walker (RG Island Life Columnist), Laura Martin-Stout (Cloud9ine Bermuda), Melissa Looby (Life Coach, Metamorphosis BDA), a Cooking Demo with Brendan from New Catering Concepts, and a Sensual Movement Demonstration with Dy-Ann Simmons.
Well, whether you love it or loathe it, we’re now in Love Month in Bermuda! Don’t worry though, there is much more than just mushy stuff going on – here’s is your usual Hump Day update from the Bermuda calendar:
The Chamber of Commerce has announced that the 24th Annual Harbour Nights is set to kick off on May 4th, running through until August 31st.
Front Street will once again host Bermuda’s largest and longest-running street festival, with offerings from local artisans, crafters, chefs, musicians and other entertainers, and of course, the Gombeys.
To keep up with the changing environment, the Chamber invites those who are interested in participating in Harbour Nights to attend a Vendor Information Session on Thursday, February 4th.
From 5.30pm until 6.30pm at the Chamber of Commerce, previous and new vendors alike will receive information on participating in this award-winning social event.
This year, the Chamber are looking to incorporate activities highlighting the quintessentially Bermudian experience. According to reports released from the Bermuda Tourism Authority, visitors want to participate in and experience the unique cultural aspects of the country they visit.
Since Bermuda has a wide and varied culture, and our experiences are unique to Bermuda, they wish to incorporate and share more of those experiences with the 3000+ visitors that participate in Harbour Nights every week.
Harbour Nights was recently acknowledged as a recipient of the Trip Advisor Award for 2015 and consistently scores high marks with visitors and locals alike. Businesses interested in participating or becoming a sponsor can call 295-4201.
For more information, or to register for the session, contact the Chamber at 295- 4201 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.BermudaChamber.bm.
It’s completely blows my mind how people can say that Bermuda is boring at this time of year. Yes, we all miss beach, boat and BBQ time but just have a scroll through this mammoth post to see all the lovely events that are happening soon. And we don’t even have to deal with blizzards!
Only a couple of weeks into 2016 and already the Bermuda calendar of events is looking pretty full for the next month or two! Don’t forget, if you want to find out the latest Bermuda events while on the go, you can download the fantastic Bermuda.com app for free from on iTunes and Google Play. Not only is this the definitive guide to experiencing Bermuda but the Events section is powered by NTDIB.
Here’s the latest rundown of things to do in Bermuda:
Most of us are tightening our belts after all that seasonal spending so, luckily for us, Bermuda Tourism are running an initiative to let us dine at many local restaurants at a reduced cost!
The chefs will be showcasing their talents with special menus of three-course selections, inviting you to sample Bermuda-inspired fare and tantalizing international cuisine during this annual food-lovers extravaganza.
Prices for three-course prix fixe dinners fall into three tiers at $29, $39 or $49 per person (excluding beverages and grats) depending on the participating restaurant.
Reservations should be made directly with the restaurant or online at www.Table.bm.