Until April 20
Bermuda Musical and Dramatic Society Calendar Girls by Tim Firth. For more information see www.bmds.bm.
Until April 18
Bermuda International Film Festival. See www.biff.bm for details.
Emedia Small Business Mixer. Learn how you can grow your business with effective marketing and websites from 5.30pm to 7.30pm at the office next to the AS Coopers Ladies Department on Reid Street. Call 436-2026 or e-mail email@example.com .
The Bermuda National Gallery is holding a free luncheon reception with Dr Kathryn Wat, Chief Curator at the National Museum of Women in the Arts from 12pm to 1.30pm. A light lunch will be served, tour of the exhibitions at 12.30pm and Dr Wat will discuss the National Museum of Women in the Arts at 1pm. RSVP Lisa Howie at firstname.lastname@example.org or 295-9428 by April 15.
April 18, 19 and 20
Annual Agricultural Exhibition is back at the Botanical Gardens.
April 19 and 20
Bermuda Sets the Table Event Tabletops For All Occasions to benefit the Family Centre. Join over 20 of Bermudas most creative entertaining hostesses and shops for inspiration for your next dinner party in the Harbourview Ballroom at the Fairmont Hamilton Princess on Friday from 12pm to 7pm with cash bar from 5pm to 7pm and on Saturday from 10am to 5pm. Entry $20 per person at the Door. No reservation necessary. For ages 15 and over.
April 20 to 27
Pomander Gate Tennis Club 2013 Seniors Open Tennis Tournament Mens and Ladies singles and doubles and super doubles. For further information see www.pgtc or e-mail email@example.com .
The Gilbert & Sullivan Society presents Zandonais Francesca da Rimini (on film in glorious HD) as part of The Metropolitan Operas The Met: Live in HD series. In Italian with English subtitles from 5pm to 9.15pm at Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute. Tickets $35/$30 students at gands.bm or at ptix.com or cash/cheque/card at door. For information see www.metoperafamily.org.
Berkeley Educational Society presents a Spring Variety Concert at The Berkeley Institute Cafetorium with entertainment by Gene Steede, Elton Richardson and others to aid of various scholarships. Patron tickets are $50, regular $25 at Kit N Caboodle. Telephone 332-0226 or 705-9103.
The Vegetarian Society will be hosting a pre-Earth Day nature walk from 2pm to 4pm. It will be free and all are welcome. Meet and or park at Palmetto Park (opposite the PTB headquarters). Learn about Bermudas medicinal plants and more from Sonia Bremar.
Citizens Uprooting Racism in Bermuda and Bermuda National Gallery lecture from 12.30pm to 1.30pm at the Bermuda National Gallery at City Hall with Cordell Riley and Lynne Winfield speaking on the topic Is Bermuda A Post Racial Society.
Bermuda Day Parade stall vendors meetings, sign up, hear from electricians and stall mangers and hear from wholesale representatives at 5.30pm at St Paul AME Church Centennial Hall. Call 292-1681 for details.
April 26 to 28
Mindful Movement Workshop with visiting yoga expert Ross Rayburn at Fairmont Hamilton Princess. Register at www.toddcrews.com, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 505-6310. Tickets are: Room Rate $159 Per Night, whole weekend early bird $240 if paid by April 12 or $280 after. Single Session $80.
Bermuda National Gallery are hosting acclaimed pianist Mirei Tsuji at 8pm in the Earl Cameron Theatre at City Hall, Church Street, Hamilton. Tickets are $65 available at www.premierticketsglobal.com starting April 1.
April 26 to 27
Somersfield Academy presents Alice In Wonderland Jr with showtime on Friday at 7pm and tickets $50 patrons, $25 adults and $10 students. Patron cocktail party at 6pm. On Saturday Mad Hatters Tea Party and Matinee at 1pm with show at 2pm. Tickets $25 for children and adults. Also show at 7pm with tickets $50 for patrons, $25 for adults and $10 students from the main and MYP office.
The Bermuda School of Music will present the 16th Annual Some Enchanted Evening at 7.30pm in the Earl Cameron Theatre at City Hall. Tickets are $30 for adults, $15 for children or $75 for patrons at www.premierticketsglobal.com. For information call 296-5100 or e-mail email@example.com.
Bermuda Zoological Society fishing with dad Sunday spaces still available for the 9 to 11am slot. Tickets are $20 for members, $30 for non-members. Book at www.bzs.bm, or contact Alex Amat at firstname.lastname@example.org, 293 2727 ext 2133.
May 3 and 10
Bermuda Day Parade final meeting for all participants at 5.30pm. Stall vendors placement numbers issued and all dance and group participants must attend to receive placement numbers at St Paul AME Church Centennial Hall. Call 292-1681 for details.
Bermuda Folk Club Open Mic night featuring Ecuadors Los Bohemios. Doors open 7.30pm and music starts 8pm at Spanish Point Boat Club, Spanish Point, Pembroke. Cash bar. Admission is $10 non-members, $8 members. For information call 295-1030 or e-mail email@example.com orwww.folkclub.bm .
May 30, 31 and June 1
The Company present The Gina Love Show stand up comedy and improv at 8pm at the Earl Cameron Theatre at City Hall. Doors open at 7.30pm. Tickets are $35 general admission and $50 for patron tickets at www.bdatix.bm . Patron night is May 30 and includes reception with hors doeuvres at City Hall and free drink at the cast party at Shines on June 1.
Kings and Queens Productions Princess for a Day father daughter dinner and dance from 7pm to 11pm for ages 12 to 19 years old. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 799-0134 for further information.
Capital G Limited 25th Annual Iron Kids Triathlon at Clearwater Beach. Children ages three to 14 can swim, bike, and run to victory. Junior triathletes can win up to $1,000 in scholarship funds. Carnival from 12 to 5.30pm. Registration information will be posted soon. Contact 294-5194 or see www.capitalgironkids.bm .
Caledonian Society of Bermuda Second Annual Highland Games on the Saltus Playing field in Pembroke. Tickets are $5 for adults and children under 12 are free. For more information see www.caledoniansocietyofbermuda.com .
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