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June 4, 2020, Bermuda Events Calendar Update

June has arrived and with it the warm summer weather. As the island gradually reopens in Phase 2, we continue to take necessary precautions to stay safe and healthy. Many events are taking place virtually, so here’s a round up of online activities to assist you as we adjust to our new circumstances in the era of COVID-19.

We hope you find this information useful and welcome you to let us know if you are offering any products or services that we can share with our audience by emailing info@BermudaEvents.com. Be sure to follow us on social media as well for updates.

Make sure you scroll all the way down to the Quick Recap Section at the bottom of this post to see ALL upcoming events, including those that have been covered in previous posts.

 

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Visit the St. David’s home of artist Ronnie Chameau and learn about Bermuda’s natural materials used in creating hats, baskets, dolls, ornaments and batik paintings. This virtual tour takes place at 11 am on Thursday, June 4th, and is $10 per person. Sign up by emailing bermudabyways@gmail.com. Presented by Bermuda Art Centre and Bermuda Byways Tours.

 

 

 

 

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May 18, 2020 Bermuda Events Calendar Update

Good Morning Bermuda,

We are now in May, also known as Heritage Month, and normally at his time of year would be gearing up for Bermuda Day and the Bermuda Day Parade. As we are in Phase One of Bermuda’s phased re-opening, we will have to celebrate our heritage in different ways this year. So here’s a round up of online activities to assist you as we adjust to our new circumstances in the era of COVID-19.

We hope you find this information useful and welcome you to let us know if you are offering any products or services that we can share with our audience by emailing info@BermudaEvents.com. Be sure to follow us on social media as well for updates.

 

The Employee Assistance Programme Bermuda presents a free online webinar – “Navigating Public School Systems” on Wednesday, May 20th.
The guest presenter, Dr. Leonard Astwood – a school psychologist with over 30 years of experience – will provide information about the supports that are available in our public schools for children and their parents. To register email?info@eap.bm. Sponsored by Argus.

 

 

 

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April 29, 2020 Bermuda Calendar Update

Good Morning Bermuda,

We’ve reached the end of the month of April and normally this time of year would bring lots of fun outdoor events to the calendar, but as the number of positive COVID-19 tests rises in Bermuda it’s more important now than ever that we stay at home to slow the spread of this dangerous virus. So here’s a round up of online activities to assist you as we shelter in place and stay safe.

We hope you find this information useful and welcome you to let us know if you are offering any products or services that we can share with our audience by emailing info@BermudaEvents.com. Be sure to follow us on social media as well for updates.

 

 

Taking part in Zoom meetings and want to have a picture perfect background? The Bermuda Tourism Authority has put together a collection of Bermudaful scenes for you to choose from, plus instructions on how to add them to your Zoom background.

 

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing guidelines, Masterworks has decided to turn their ‘Cinco de Mayo’ Happy Hour into an interactive cocktail making class via Instagram Live!

Join Homer’s Café Head Chef Jorgè Lucero Navarro for “Quarantine Cocktails” Cinco de Mayo Edition. Tuesday, May 5th, 2020 from 6:00 pm – 6:30 pm on the Masterworks Instagram @masterworksmuseum. Chef Jorgè will be giving you a first-class lesson on how to make fresh guacamole, a tequila sunrise, a margarita, AND a mojito. Check their Facebook page for a list of ingredients and get your cocktail shaker ready!

 

 

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April 1st, 2020 Bermuda Calendar Update

Good Morning Bermuda,

We’ve reached the month of April and normally this time of year would bring lots of fun outdoor events to the calendar, but as the number of positive COVID-19 tests rises in Bermuda it’s more important now than ever that we stay at home to slow the spread of this dangerous virus. So here’s another round up of local businesses, online activities, etc. to assist you in social distancing this week.

We hope you find this information useful and welcome you to let us know if you are offering any products or services that we can share with our audience by emailing info@BermudaEvents.com. Be sure to follow us on social media as well for daily updates. ? ?

 

Pharmacies …

For those located in the East End, Robertsons Drugstore have recently posted new hours on their Facebook page. They are also offering free delivery on prescriptions.?

 

Art Galleries …

While galleries across the island have closed, most are taking a digital approach in order to continue to provide art and inspiration to the island, so be sure to stay connected with your favourites on social media.

For example, works from the 2020 Bermuda Biennial are visible on the Bermuda National Gallery’s Instagram channel @bermuda_nationalgallery and Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art is hosting a daily art challenge on their Facebook page to encourage people to stay creative.?

The Bermuda Arts Centre in Dockyard are launching a virtual show on Friday, April 6th called Coast Lines which you can view on their website ArtBermuda.com. All works will be for sale and they are offering delivery and curbside pick-up, just contact BermudaArtsCentre@gmail.com?to make a reservation. The show will remain on display until May 6th.?

 

Staying Productive

Rowe Spurling Paint Co. Ltd. encourage you to catch up on your home improvement DIY projects by visiting their online store. They offer a wide range of paints for all surfaces, and complimentary island-wide delivery. Visit www.RoweSpurlingPaint.com or follow them on Facebook for daily tips, updates and design advice.?

Keep up on your gardening for a daily dose of sunshine. Now is a great time to invest in a vegetable garden, and Sousa’s Gardens in Southampton are offering curbside pick-up on all of their products and seedlings. Follow them on Facebook to see what they have available and contact them at sousasgardens@slm.bm to place an order.?

 

For Kids …

For children and adults alike interested in sharks, the Bermuda Aquarium Museum & Zoo have shared a schedule of free Shark Talk Webinars from the National Marine Educators Association. Check out the schedule by clicking on the link to the left and follow BAMZ on Facebook for more educational updates.?

Another great Facebook page for animal lovers to follow is the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden. Everyday at 3pm EDT, they stream a Home Safari Live where you get to meet and learn about a different creature in their zoo.?

As a calming alternative to PE classes, kids can get their wiggles out in the virtual yoga classes offered by Karma Kids Yoga. Classes are $10 each and you can view the schedule here: www.KarmaKidsYoga.com/schedules.html?.?

The Stationery Store are offering warehouse pick-up and home delivery on all of their products, to assist kids (and adults) work, play and create from home. Visit their Facebook page to learn more, or contact them at 295-6311.?

 

Entertainment …

DJ IBreeze brings the vibes to would-be club goers stuck at home each week. The live DJ sets are wildly popular, with people tuning in from all over the island and abroad. You can read the story that was published last week in the Royal Gazette here, and be sure to follow him on Instagram @djibreeze to tune into to his next session.?

 

Food & Takeout

In an effort to support Bermuda’s hospitality industry which has taken a serious hit in light of the pandemic, The Bermuda Tourism Authority is hosting the Great Bermuda Takeout Day on Thursday, April 2nd. They encourage you to order from your favourite Bermuda eatery to support the industry and its workers.? Follow them on social media and be sure to visit GoToBermuda.com/covid-19-resources ?for a list of eateries, products and services ready to serve you during these times.?

 

Spirituality & Support …

During these troubling times we can all use a bit of comfort, faith and positivity. Solstice Bermuda offer a number of resources dedicated to your mental health on their Facebook page, as well as online webinars and telemedicine sessions. For more information, or to arrange an appointment, contact them at 292-3456 or info@solstice.bm.?

While large gatherings are no longer allowed, the Catholic Diocese of Bermuda are streaming Sunday mass live on their Facebook page every Sunday at 10am. Restoration Fellowship also hosted their first online worship event via Zoom last Sunday, follow them on Facebook or visit RFBermuda.com for updates on their next live events.?

 


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The Quick Recap Section below provides a list of upcoming events, including those which have been cancelled or postponed. However, during this time it is safe to assume that all events will be cancelled or subject to change at any time, so please be sure to follow up with the event organisers personally before making any plans.? ?

 

 

 

Save the Date: Quick Recap of Upcoming Bermuda Events

 

For a handy Calendar view, click here to go to the Bermuda Calendar section – simply click on the “One-off Events” filter to show just these events instead of the whole calendar

 

 

 

 

April?

Bermuda Gymnastics Association Easter CampMarch 30th to April 3rd & April 6th to April 9th –?pending confirmation ?

Family Kite Making WorkshopApril 2nd Postponed until further notice

Swizzle FestApril 3rd & 4th? Postponed until further notice?

Bermuda Sustainable Dining FestivalApril 3rd to 5th? Postponed until further notice?

BUEI’s Spring MarketApril 4th Postponed until further notice?

The Met Opera (On Film) in Glorious HD: The Gershwins’ Porgy & Bess – April 4th

Wine Dinner Series at The Loren: Peek into Spring DinnerApril 4th Cancelled

Swan’s Running Club Legends Race Series 2020: Ludwig Cann 10kApril 5th? Postponed until further notice?

Teen Poetry Competition Deadline – April 9th

Open Your Heart Foundation presents: Good Friday – April 10th

L’Alliance Fran?aise des Bermudes Ciné Club: OSS 117, Lost In Rio – April 14th

International Family Story NightApril 16th? Postponed until further notice

Walk-A-Thon in Honor of Le-Jai Simmons – April 19th

The Met Opera (On Film) in Glorious HD: Handel’s Agrippina – April 19th

Student Success: Youth Entrepreneurship Development Programme – starts April 20th

Speakeasy at BUEI Fundraising EventApril 25th? Postponed until further notice?

 

May?

Swan’s Running Club Legends Race Series 2020: “Sir” Stanley Burgess 5k – May 3rd

The Met Opera (On Film) in Glorious HD: Wagner’s Der Fliegende Holl?nderMay 10th

2020 Shoto Cup Kata Classic – May 17th

The Met Opera (On Film) in Glorious HD: Puccini’s Tosca – May 23rd **AWAITING CONFIRMATION ?

 

June

The Met Opera (On Film) in Glorious HD: Dozinetti’s Maria Stuarda – June 6th **AWAITING CONFIRMATION

One Enchanted Evening – June 6th ?

 

August

Fight Night ChampionMarch 28th Postponed until August 15th? ?

 

September

ZOOM Around the SoundMarch 21st Postponed until September 5th ?

 

November

Bond Movie Premier PartyApril 9th. Postponed until November 24th? ?

 

December?

2021 Butterfield Mile Trials – December 11th ?

 

January 2021?

2021 Royal Gazette Bermuda Triangle Challenge: Butterfield Mile – January 15th

2021 Royal Gazette Bermuda Triangle Challenge: BF&M Bermuda 10K and 10K Walk – January 16th

2021 Royal Gazette Bermuda Triangle Challenge: PWC Bermuda Marathon & Bermuda Half Marathon??– January 17th ?

 

Art Exhibits?

Current Exhibits at Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art

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Current Exhibits at Bermuda National Gallery

gallery is temporarily closed.

Current Exhibits at Bermuda Society of Arts ?

?gallery is temporarily closed.? ?

Current Exhibits at Bermuda Arts Centre Dockyard

– April 6th to May 6th?

 

Stay safe and enjoy the rest of your week!

 
 

 

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March 26th, 2020 Bermuda Calendar Update

Good Morning, Bermuda!?

We hope you are keeping well and taking the necessary precautions to stay safe and healthy during this time. Because there are no new events to report on, this week’s post is going to be a little bit different. Below you will find a number of suggestions of businesses to patronise as well as online entertainment and activities to try while practicing social distancing. We hope you find this information useful and welcome you to let us know if you are offering any products or services that we can share with our audience by emailing info@BermudaEvents.com. Be sure to follow us on social media as well for daily updates.?

 

Restaurant Take-out & Delivery?

While restaurants are closed for dining, luckily there’s still the option for take-out. Many places are now offering delivery or curb-side pick-up so you don’t have to leave your house or car. The Bermuda Chamber of Commerce has put together a list of restaurants offering curb-side delivery which you can view by clicking on the image to the left. Please note that the Washington Mall has since closed so a few places on this list may no longer apply, however the Cottage Cafe & Bistro is still operational, and offering delivery between Smith’s and Warwick as well. While the Hamilton Princess Hotel & Beach Club has temporarily closed all their restaurants, Marcus’ is still offering takeout which you can order for delivery through the Sargasso Sea App. This is a super handy app to have on your phone during this time, offering delivery from countless eateries island-wide, which you can download through the Google Play Store. The Loren’s Pink Beach Club has also adjusted their services to offer delivery and curb-side pick-up only. You can view the full menu here or contact 293-1666 for more information.?

 

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