Plan a romantic Valentine’s Day
Celebrating the birthday of a legend, Funky Productions presents the 22nd Annual Tribute to the Hon. Robert Nesta Marley at the Bob Marley One Love Peace Concert Tribute on Monday, February 6th.
Doors to the Royal Artillery Association (RAA Club) open at 8pm, and from showtime at 8.30pm, you can enjoy live acts, DJs, a $100 door prize, and other raffles and prizes. Live acts include Princess Black, Ras Giorgis, Vance Goater and The Sounds of Sweetness, with DJs including Funky Flea, ET, G Money, and other guest DJs
Admission is $15 on the door.
For more information, visit www.Facebook.com/FunkyProductionsbda.
Be one of the first to see the next in the Fifty Shades of Grey series at the Movie Premier of Fifty Shades Darker on Friday, February 10th.
Drinks and nibbles will be at the Eateries in Phase 3 of the Washington Mall from 5pm and the movie will be showing at Speciality Cinema at 6.30pm. A selection of goodies from Eve’s Garden will be on sale with part proceeds going to Bermuda Red Cross
The cost is $50 per person, which includes a surprise gift, two drink tickets, nibbles and admission to the movie.
For more information, or to purchase tickets, contact Suzanne on 236-8253 ext. 223 or email@example.com.
The Bermuda Boys’ Brigade and Church Girls’ Brigade are holding their 2017 Valentine’s Fair and Car Wash on Saturday, February 11th.
From 10am to 4pm at St. Paul’s Church Hall and car park in Paget, you can browse stalls with baked goods, books and DVDs, “Nearly New” goods, plants, toys, “Take a Chance” and White Elephant. There will be a fun castle and archery available on the field. Lunch will also be offered with the usual assortment of delicious homemade soups, chili, hotdogs, hamburgers, codfish balls and chicken wingettes.
The Car Wash is $20 for small and regular sized cars and $25 for large cars and vans. Funds raised will help the Brigades to run their programmes, buy their badges and supplies, and pay for outings, etc. for their 40+ boys, aged from 6 to 18 years old.
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why not celebrate Valentine’s Day on a leisurely Sunday afternoon this year at a special Valentine’s Day Brunch at the Hamilton Princess on Sunday, February 12th?
From noon until 3pm at Crown & Anchor, it’s a great time to truly relax and enjoy what they have planned for you. They’re sure you’ll love it all as there’s a special brunch with unlimited champagne, live entertainment, a photo booth and raffles to top things off.
The cost is $75, plus gratuities, and includes free flowing champagne,
soft drinks, tea and coffee.
For more information, or to make a reservation, contact 298-2028 or email@example.com.
Promising the most romantic evening of your life, Café Lido invite you to celebrate Valentine’s Day with them on Tuesday, February 14th.
From 6pm until 8.30pm, you can enjoy spectacular views of one of the best beaches in Bermuda while sipping on their signature specially priced cocktails and experiencing a sumptuous dinner.
The cost is $75 per person, plus gratuities.
For more information, or to make a reservation, contact 236-9884 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you need somewhere your kids could have fun and be in a safe environment? Camp Core promises to be the place to be during school breaks from Wednesday to Friday, February 15th and 17th.
From 8.30am until 5.30pm each day at Cities of Refuge Ministries on the Second Floor of the Berkeley Cultural Centre, Camp Teacher Crystal Holdipp (published author/Christian Ministry Worker) presents Creation Chronicles for kids aged 4 to 12.
The price of the camp experience is $75 for the week.
For more information, or to sign up, contact 747-8786 or email@example.com.
Enjoy an opportunity to learn, connect, get inspired, and have fun while appreciating the epic beauty of Bermuda at The Chewstick Foundation’s 2017 Winter Retreat on Ports Island from Friday to Sunday, February 17th to 19th.
Departing from Albuoy’s Point at 6pm on the Friday, the weekend’s activities will include drawing, poetry, creative writing, music, workshops and yoga in the gorgeous setting of our island home, while meeting a bunch of really awesome new people.
Participants can opt to bring a tent, or stay in shared dorm-style accommodations (bunks are limited). Retreats are family-friendly and include separate youth activities.
The cost includes boat to and from the island, 6 meals, snacks, art supplies and materials for the Retreat Fireside where all participants are encouraged to share a story, poem, song or skill before the always fun, sing along vibe.
The cost is $275 ($250 for early birds) for general, $200 ($175 for early birds) for members, $150 ($125 for early birds) for youths aged 12 to 18,
$325 ($300 for early birds) for parent and child, and $50 for each additional child under 12. The early bird rate applies until January 31st and the signup deadline is February 10th.
Get arty with Apple at an iPad/iPhone Creative Workshop with Theresa Airey on Saturday and Sunday, February 18th and 19th.
From 10am until 5pm each day at Bermuda Society of Arts, this two-day workshop will cover the transferring of images, tips on accessories and apps, taking great pictures and more.
The cost is $125 for members and $150 for non-members.
The Bermuda Gymnastics Association Fundraising Committee invite you to come out for their Movie Fundraiser, The Lego Batman Movie on Sunday, February 19th.
Doors to Speciality Cinema open at 10am and the movie will start at 10.30am. The ticket price includes entry, a drink and popcorn.
Tickets are $20 and can be purchased at the National Training Center in St. David’s. All proceeds going towards their yearly goal of updating and purchasing new equipment. Help support this worthwhile organization in promoting and enriching gymnastics in Bermuda.
For more information, contact committee@BermudaGymnastics.bm.
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