Outstanding teachers to be recognised
The Bermuda Education Network will hold a Chinese new year celebration at its Outstanding Teacher Awards ceremony next month.
Becky Ausenda, the executive director of the BEN, said: “Following the success of our previous events, we are again pulling out all the stops to deliver the best Chinese new year celebration the island has ever seen, including a repeat performance of amazing traditional Chinese entertainment with a rare performance by a traditional Chinese face-changer.”
Nominations for the teacher award can be entered by all educators on the BEN’s website on bermudaeducationnetwork.com.
The third annual event will take place at the Hamilton Princess & Beach Club on February 8 at 7pm.
Traditional Chinese face-changer Yang Shuwang will form part of the entertainment. Proceeds from the event go towards the BEN’s work with public schools.
Tickets, available from bdatix.bm, include welcome drinks and a buffet and wine. A silent auction of prizes donated by hotels, artists, photographers, chefs and others will be held, followed by dancing.
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