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Chewstick every Wednesday from 6 to 8pm. Afrakan Science with Haile Griot referencing books and films on Africa, Haile Maryam explores how African history has been represented and the true originators of knowledge, forgotten. The discussion based classes are interactive and truly enlightening. Free (donations welcome)

August 22 and 23

Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute glow worm cruises. Bermuda's own natural fireworks. These bioluminescent creatures light up our shallow waters around the Island once a month after each full moon. Call 294-0204 for tickets. BUEI Members $40; Non-members $50.

Improv Bermuda's Hilarity Charity players in Improvised Comedy Cup Match 2013 at 8pm at the Daylesford Theatre. Tickets are $20 available at www.express.bm or at the door from 7pm.

August 22

The fourth PechaKucha Night will be at the Bermuda Society of Arts. Doors open at 6pm and show starts at 6.30pm. A variety of visual artists and creative thinkers will present their out-of-the-box ideas on topic of their choice. The event is free, and open to the public.

August 23

Chewstick DIA Concert and KASE's Birthday. Bermuda's hottest band, rappers and singers collide in this end of summer special concert. (and it's KASE's birthday). The night will feature Rowdy Piper, Amora Rose, Haz, Raven, K.A.S.E. and Imari with opening Three Kings. Doors open 9pm, show starts 10pm. Tickets are $15 entry (ladies free before 10pm).

August 24

ChewSLAM BNV Show and Tell. Participants in The Chewstick Foundation's Teen Poetry and Spoken Word Club. A special presentation where they will share photos, videos, poetry and some stories from their recent participation in the Brave New Voices Poetry and Spoken Word Festival. Show starts 8pm with $10 entry (proceeds to go toward participation in BNV 2014).

Cyrus the Hypnostist at the Earl Cameron Theatre at City Hall. Doors open at 8pm. Hosted by Bootsie with belly dancing by Fusion Fitness. Tickets are $32.50 including BermudaTix fee. No children under 13.

Litter-art Workshop from 11am to 1pm for children eight and up. Class is free, but registration is required. Call 292-3824 to register for this fun class and make a wonderful work of art to enter into BSoA's TrashArt 2013.

Bermuda Aquarium and Zoo Glow worm trip from 7.30pm to 10.30pm. To book go to www.bzs.bm or call 293-2727 ext 2151. Tickets $45 for members and $55 for non-members. All trips leave from t-dock across from Aquarium.

Bermuda Aquarium and Zoo North Rock Snorkel from 1pm to 5pm. Tickets $50 BZS members and $60 non-members and must be 10 years old or older. To book go to www.bzs.bm or call 293-2727 ext 2151. All trips leave from t-dock across from Aquarium.

August 25

Chewstick open mic jam session every Sunday night from 8pm to 1am. Entry $10 or $5 Chewstick Members (Free before 9 or to perform).

August 28

The United States Consulate and the Bermuda National Library invite the public to a special screening of ‘The March' at the adult library on Queen Street from 6 to 7pm. The 32-minute film marks the 50th anniversary of the historic March on Washington, which featured Martin Luther King's ‘I Have a Dream' speech. Space only for the first 50 people. US Consul General Bob Settje will greet the guests prior to the screening and be available for discussion at the conclusion of the video. Light refreshments will be served.

August 29 and 30

18th Annual Sand Sculpture workshops at Horseshoe Bay, Southampton. E-mail Bermudasandsculpture@Bermudatourism.com to participate.

August 31

InternNations Connecting Global Minds at Harry's on the waterfront at 96 Pitts Bay Road, Hamilton. Tickets $20 and includes drink and appetiser, live music and access to great prizes. 705-7555 or internationsbda@logic.bm or see www.facebook.com/internationsbermuda.

The Sound inspirational concert showcasing young adult talent with instrumental music, original compositions, vocals and spoken word. Artists featured include: Aisha NuSound, Alex Bassett, Chandra Maybury and others. Admission is children under 12 $10, groups of ten $20 each, general $25, patron $50, patron gold $75 at www.premierticketsglobal.com or at Heritage Bookstore next to Liberty Theatre or in person. Doors open at 7pm and show starts at 7.30pm. For details e-mail: aishanusound@gmail.com or call 538-2686.

18th Annual Sand Sculpture Competition at Horseshoe Bay, Southampton. E-mail Bermudasandsculpture@Bermudatourism.com to enter. Judging at 4pm. Cash prizes.

Bermuda Aquarium and Zoo Reef Watch Fundraising Project. Boat leaves at 12 noon. Reef recording and buffet dinner at Barr's Park from 4pm to 7pm. Register early to avoid disappointment at development.bzs@gov.bm. Learn more at www.bzs.bm.

Snorkel Park Back to School Party from 12 noon to 7pm. Old fashioned carnival day to benefit the Family Centre. Adults 18 and older $20, children over 12 $15 and children five to 12 $10. Bouncy castle, access to the beach and more.

Dancesations Annual Summer Dance Showcase at Earl Cameron Theatre at City Hall at 2pm and 7pm. Tickets $25 at www.bdatix.bm.

September 13

Bermuda National Gallery New York based artist, Sanford Biggers will discuss his work from the past two years. Lecture Topic: Suppositions at 5.30pm reception; 6pm lecture. Tickets: $10 Members/ $20 Non-Members at Bermuda National Gallery at City Hall. RSVP: Director@bng.bm / 295-9428.

September 14

Bermuda Folk Club open mic night featuring Mike and Alana MacPhee. Doors open 7.30pm and music starts 8pm at the Spanish Point Boat Club, Spanish Point, Pembroke. Cash bar. Admission: $10 (members $8). For information call 295-1030 or e-mail info@folkclub.bm or see www.folkclub.bm .

September 21 and 22

Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute (BUEI) glow worm cruises. Bermuda's own natural fireworks! These bioluminescent creatures light up our shallow waters around the Island once a month after each full moon. Call 294-0204 for tickets. BUEI Members $40; Non-members $50.

October 19 and 20

The Bermuda Kennel Club (BKC) 2013 Bermuda Dog Shows to be held at Somersfield Academy, 107 Middle Road, Devonshire.

October 20 and 21

Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute glow worm cruises. Bermuda's own natural fireworks. These bioluminescent creatures light up our shallow waters around the island once a month after each full moon. Call 294-0204 for tickets. BUEI Members $40; Non-members $50.

October 26

Masterworks Museum Yart Sale with kids clothing, baby items, books and more. For details call 299-4000.

WEEKLY EVENTS

Mondays

Historical Re-enactment in Royal Naval Dockyard for an Historical Re-enactment during the summer season at 9.30am until October 11 in the Victualling Yard.

Destination Dockyard will be on the North Lawn each Monday evening from 7pm to 10pm from until September 2.

Physical Abuse Centre Thrift Shop Dress for Success open from 10am to 3pm. Located across from the Bus Terminal in St George's on Old Military Road above More for Less. Telephone 292-4366 for information.

Tai Chi Chuan Class from 5.30pm to 7pm at Sankofa, 1 Chancery Lane, Hamilton. Fee is $100 per month. Telephone 292-2513 to register or see www.sankofabda.com.

Youth Library Tiny Tunes (Babies) at 10am. For more information on library programmes and services, visit www.bnl.bm.

AlAnon Family Groups at the Caron Institute, 61 Verdmont Road Smiths from 7 to 8pm at St Peter's Church Hall, York Street St Georges from 8 to 9.30pm. Telephone 236-8606.

Tuesdays

Historical Re-enactment in Royal Naval Dockyard for an Historical Re-enactment during the summer season at 9.30am until October 11 in the Victualling Yard.

AlAnon Family Group meeting Mechanics Building, Church Street, Hamilton. Penthouse Floor, Room 505 from 12.30 to 1.30pm. Telephone 236-8606.

Paperwhites is a group for families struggling with infertility. They meet the first Tuesday of every month from 6pm to 7.30pm at Spirit House at 65 Middle Road, Devonshire. More details on www.paperwhitesbermuda.com.

Bermuda National Gallery Education Opportunities: Learning with art. Youth Camera Action, for ages 11 to 14, is a photography programme for all skill levels. Photography supplies provided. Sponsored by the 2011 Catlin End-to-End. Classes run Tuesday and Thursday 3.30pm to 5pm; Saturday 10am to 11.30am. Space is limited. Contact Ms Dany Pen for more information: education@bng.bm.

Wednesdays

Historical Re-enactment in Royal Naval Dockyard for an Historical Re-enactment during the summer season at 9.30am until October 11 in the Victualling Yard.

AlAnon Family Group meeting at St Paul's Education Centre, 69 Middle Paget from 5.30 to 6.30pm. Telephone 236-8606.

Overeaters Anonymous weekly meetings. Every Wednesday lunchtime from 1 to 2pm in Stevenson Room, Wesley Methodist Church, 41 Church Street, Hamilton AND Saturday 11am to noon. All welcome overeaters, bulimics and anorexics. oabermuda@hotmail.com www.oa.org.

Thursdays

Lennon Dockyard in the victualling yard. A free evening of music, songs by John Lennon and other party favourites will be performed from 6.45pm to 9.45pm.

Charlar Spanish Club for people who enjoy Spanish language and culture will meet the first Thursday of every month. For more information see www.charlarbermuda.wordpress.com or e-mail charlarbda@gmail.com.

Bermuda National Gallery Education Opportunities: Learning with art. Youth Camera Action, for ages 11 to 14, is a photography programme for all skill levels. Photography supplies provided. Sponsored by the 2011 Catlin End-to-End. Classes run Tuesday and Thursday 3.45pm to 4.45pm; Saturday 10am to 11.30am. Space is limited. Contact Dany Pen for more information: education@bng.bm.

Kiwanis Club of St George's has meetings the first and third Thursday of each month. The first Thursday is at Ebenezer Methodist Church Hall and the second Thursday is a dinner meeting at the St George's Club at 7pm.

Youth Library Boys Club every Thursday at 3.45pm starting September 29. For more information on library programs and services, visit www.bnl.bm.

Fridays

Historical Re-enactment in Royal Naval Dockyard for an Historical Re-enactment during the summer season at 9.30am until October 11 in the Victualling Yard.

AlAnon Family Group meeting at St Paul's Education Centre, 69 Middle Road, Paget from 5.30 to 6.30pm. Telephone 236-8606.

Saturdays

ChewSLAM Teen Poetry and Spoken Word Club, a weekly programme where participants are given the opportunity to deepen in their writing, performance and recording skills. The focus is on developing public speaking, community consciousness and literacy to inspire the next generation of storytellers from 2pm to 4pm for ages 14 to 19 years old. Free.

Physical Abuse Centre thrift shop ‘Dress for Success' open from 10am to 3pm directly across from the Bus Terminal in St George's on Old Military Road above More for Less. Telephone 292-4366 for more information.

Bermuda Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous (SLAA) meets from 12.30pm to 1.30pm at the Wesley Methodist, 41 Church Street, Hamilton. Go through the metal gate on the left of the church, straight ahead to the cedar door, up the stairs and to the right. This is a Twelve Step, Twelve Tradition oriented fellowship based on the model pioneered by Alcoholics Anonymous. The only qualification for SLAA membership is a desire to stop living out a pattern of sex and love addiction. SLAA is supported entirely through the contributions of its membership and is free to all who need it.

Bermuda Exhibitions

Bermuda National Gallery Eyes on the World in partnership with the Alexia Foundation, Women Artists in the Bermuda National Gallery Collection, Impressions of Bermuda: The David L White Gift to the BNG, and Meredith Andrews: Portraits of Power. The gallery is also pleased to partner with the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum & Zoo with this youth art exhibition featuring the photography created by students in Youth Camera Action, a subsidised photography programme for middle school youth ages 11 to 14. To learn more about Youth Camera Action please visit the www.bermudanationalgallery.com/yca. Free admission. Located in City Hall, second floor. Gallery Hours: Monday to Friday 10am-4pm; Saturday 10am-2pm. For more information, please contact Ms. Dany Pen at education@bng.bm/ 295-9428.

BNG East James Cooper “Contemporary Conversation” is currently on display. Gallery hours: Tues & Wed 11am — 4pm; Thurs & Fri 11am- 6pm; Sat & Sun 11am -4pm; Closed Monday. Location: 1 Bridge House, St. George’s. For more information please contact 297-9428.

Bermuda Society of the Arts 60th Anniversary Invitational with nine well known artists on until August 28. BSoA is open Monday to Friday from 10am to 4pm and Saturdays from 10am to 2pm. Contact 292-3824 for more information or e-mail bsoa@ibl.bm.

Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art The Artist in the Garden Series Special Exhibit artist Jim Kuhlman showcasing a variety of watercolour paintings in his show Breathing. The show runs until August 28 and artwork is available for purchase. Masterworks and Homer’s Café, located in the Botanical Gardens, are open seven days a week. Monday — Saturday 10am until 4pm and Sundays 11am until 4:30pm. Admission is $5 and admission is FREE for children under 12 years. Seniors are free on Mondays. For more information call 299-4000 or e-mail mworks@logic.bm or visit bermudamasterworks.com.

Common Ground Café/Gallery ‘Candle-Lite: Love’s Takin’ Over’ is a collection of works by artist Kendra L Earls on display until September. The cafe is open 8am to 4pm Monday to Friday and 8am to 2pm on Saturdays. Further information: Contact Select Palette Art’s Susan Pearson on 505-4290 or e-mail SPArt@logic.bm. Facebook: Select Palette Art.

St George’s Historical Society will be hosting the Jubilee Exhibit, which explores Bermuda’s fascination with British Royalty from 1883 1953. The exhibit showcases Royal memorabilia from the personal collections of the Society’s members. Located on the corner of Duke of Kent Street & Featherbed Alley, St George’s, the society’s winter hours are 10am to 4pm Wednesdays and Saturdays. It’s hours are now from 10 to 4pm Mondays to Thursdays & Saturdays. Museum entry: $5 for adults, $2 for children.

National Museum of Bermuda Dockyard ‘Shipwreck Island’ showcases artefacts found during the Island’s early discovery and settlement in 16th and 17th Century. Commissioner’s House: The Exploring Voyage of HMS Challenger in Bermuda 1873. Steinhoff Magazine, High Cave: Prisoners in Paradise: Artefacts in Bermuda cedar/stone/other materials. Open daily 9.30am to 5pm. Entry: $10 adults, $8 seniors, $5 children, free for members and children under five. Further information: 234-1333, e-mail marmuse@logic.bm or www.bmm.bm.

Barracuda Grill/SPArt Gallery Open Monday to Friday from 12pm until 2.30pm and 5.30 until 10pm. Contact Susan Pearson for further information on 505-4290 or e-mail spart@logic.bm Facebook Select Palette Art. 5 Burnaby Road.

Port O Call ‘Ethereal Glow’, a collection of Bermuda chimney images by Libby Cook-Toppan is on display. Located at 87 Front Street.

Indigo For further information on 505-4290 or e-mail spart@logic.bm Facebook Select Palette Art. 6 North Shore Road, Flatts.

The April Branco Gallery located in the Washington Mall.

The Bermuda National Library Artist Ami Zanders. Visit ‘The Wall’, at the library in Queen Elizabeth Park (Par-la-Ville Park) on Queen Street, Hamilton. Hours: Monday to Thursday 8.30am to 7pm, Friday 10am to 5pm, Saturday 9am to 5pm and Sunday 1pm to 5pm. Wheelchair accessible.

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Published August 21, 2013 at 9:00 am (Updated August 21, 2013 at 10:16 am)

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