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* Bermuda National Gallery is currently closed but will reopen to the public tomorrow, with four new exhibitions. Eyes on the World, in partnership with the Alexia Foundation, is a photojournalistic exhibition focused on social issues. Women artists in the Bermuda National Gallery collection will be in the Watlington Room, reflecting diverse expressions and medium from landscape paintings to contemporary sculpture. Impressions of Bermuda: The David L White gift to the Bermuda National Gallery will be in the Ondaatje Wing, featuring works by visiting American Impressionist painters in the early 20th century. Meredith Andrews: Portraits of Power will be featured in the lower mezzanine. The BNG members' exhibition opening is tonight, from 5.30pm until 7pm, with opening remarks at 6pm. To RSVP, contact Admin@bng.bm or 295-9428.

* Pembroke Community Club on North Shore will host the Deep Bay Music Festival from 4pm on Sunday. Featured performers include the Giant Steps Band, Ricky Spence, LaVette Fuentes, Darlene Hartley, Glen Iris, The Club 2000 International Fever Dancers, Cool Jade Minors and Toni Robinson. The event will also include raffles and a light supper as well as decrees from the honorary queen, Joan Dismont, and honorary king Stanley Morton. Awards will also be given to Edwin (Doc) Simons and Eleanor (Molly) Brown for service to the music community. Tickets, $50, are available from the Music Box. For more information, contact Dale Butler: ddbutler@logic.bm or 505-3409.

* The January edition of the Bermuda Docs Weekend Film Series takes place on Sunday. The documentary, 'The House I Live In', shows at 3pm, followed by 'A Royal Affair' at 5.15pm. More details on the films can be found at www.BermudaDocs.com. Tickets are $15 and available at Oceans Gift Shop or by phoning 297-7314.

* Always a popular event on the Bermuda Calendar, Teachers Football Rugby Club presents Fight Night XV: All or Nothing, The Rematch on Saturday, February 2 at Berkeley Institute gym from 6pm. In addition to the usual amateur boxing bouts, fight-goers can also enjoy a WBC World Super Middleweight Boxing Championship Bout with Bermuda's own Teresa Perozzi in a rematch against American Tori Nelson. Tickets, $65 for general admission, $130 for VIPs (includes open bar), are available from International Sports Shop, TRFC players or online at pTix.bm.

* Sandys 360 is hosting the third annual Wet N Wild Swim-a-Thon on Friday, February 8 from 10am until midnight. Schools, families, service members and other groups in the community are all invited to participate. For more information, contact info@sandys360.bm or 234-6195 or visit www.s360wetnwild2013.com.

* Baking with children can be a lot of fun ... but a lot of mess too! Luckily, Mother's Treats gourmet cupcakes have come to the rescue by letting your little monsters make a mess in their kitchen instead. Little Cupcake's Baking and Decorating Classes are suitable for children aged six through 12. The classes run from 11am to 1pm on Saturdays February 9, 16 and 23 and March 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30. Each class includes two hours of making, baking and decorating. Each child gets four luxury cupcakes, personally decorated, to take home. The registration fee is $10 and the cost is $60 per session. Spaces are limited but you can reserve your spot by contacting 536-5035 or motherstreats@live.com.

* If your New Year's resolution is to get a little more balance in your life join a class with noted yoga instructor, Todd Norian at the Fairmont Southampton from Friday, March 1 until Sunday, March 3. The Open Sky workshop, a potpourri of heart-opening poses and more, will be on the Friday from 6.30pm until 9pm. Rich Earth will be on the Saturday from 9.30am until 12.30pm and will include standing poses and backbends. Also on Saturday from 2.30pm until 5.30pm will be Delicious Water, offering therapeutics for the hips, pelvis and lower back. The final workshop will combine the remaining two elements, Bright Fire and Soothing Wind on Sunday from 9.30am until 12.30pm and will include fun hand balances, deeper backbends, and more. Each individual workshop is $70 or you can attend all four for $280 or $240 if you pay by February 8. For more information, or to register, contact Kerri Howland at kerriahowland@gmail.com or see www.kerrihowland.com.

For full events listings and flyers, please visit www.NothingtodoinBermuda.com. The above is abbreviated content from that site.

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Published January 17, 2013 at 8:00 am (Updated January 16, 2013 at 1:49 pm)

There's always something to do

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