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Rocking into spring: Jesse Seymour and Ben Payne of Silver City entertain passersby at Tuned-in Tuesday at City Hall yesterday. Members of the public were treated to a free Ashley's Lemonade and a live performance by the band as part of Spring into the City week. (Photograph by Akil Simmons)

Passers-by in Hamilton were treated to free music and snacks as the City of Hamilton celebrates the arrival of spring.

The city is celebrating “all things spring“ with themed days.

Pedestrians have already enjoyed lunchtime events at Mix and Roll Monday, when mobile vendor Mix + Roll served up free ice cream tacos .

Spring into the City, Tuned-in Tuesday at City Hall. Members of the public were treated to a free Ashley's Lemonade and a live performance by local band Silver City. Pictured- Ashley Stephens, Owner of Ashley's Lemonade(Photograph by Akil Simmons)

Tuned in Tuesday yesterday featured local band Silver City performing on the steps of City Hall, while free lemonade was provided by Ashley’s Lemonade.

A free yoga class given by Shamana Circle will be held on the lawn of City Hall on Wellbeing Wednesday, while the Siam Spa will provide chair massages. Free, fresh-pressed juices will be available from OM Juicery.

On Thoughtful Thursday, a giant gratitude wall will be erected, where people can reflect and write down what moves them — inspirational words or a kind message for others. There will also be free “pay it forward” cookie giveaways with each cookie decorated with an inspirational message.

On Flower Friday there will be a chance to win a bouquet of flowers by spinning a flower power wheel against a flower wall backdrop.

The week culminates with a live performance from the band Aimee & Davy at Victoria Park on Saturday. The park’s bandstand will be festooned with flowers sourced locally by the Garden Club of Bermuda, while guests can enjoy delicious, free desserts from popular food concession Leslie’s Desserts.

Wellbeing Wednesday will take place between 12.30pm and 2.30pm while Saturday’s concert runs between 12pm and 3pm. All other events take place between 12pm and 2pm.

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Published May 04, 2022 at 7:34 am (Updated May 04, 2022 at 7:34 am)

Hamilton has a spring in its step

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