Fundraiser features fine acts of piracy
l Shiver me timbers and hoist the Jolly Roger the pirates of Bermuda are planning to take 50 prominent community members hostage on Saturday. This event will take place at Albuoy's Point from noon until 3pm and is a
Spirit of Bermuda fundraiser. Donations can be put towards hostages’ ransoms OR towards making them walk the plank. Proceeds will benefit the
Spirit of Bermuda and their youth character development programme. 2013 hostages include Shadow Tourism Minister Wayne Furbert and Canon Norman Lynas of The Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity. The scallywag with the most donations will win a two-hour charter on the
Spirit of Bermuda with 50 friends and family. For more details, or to donate online, visit www.PiratesofBermuda.com.
l Good news for Eastenders, more nightlife is coming to the Olde Towne! Saturday is the grand opening of LimeLight Lounge at 50 Water Street in St George's. Dig out your best 70s and 80s attire as this will also be a King's Port reunion party with DJ Craig (Bubbles) Darrell taking you on a musical journey blast from the past. The best dressed in 70s/80s style will receive a $100 gate prize. Doors open at 10pm and entry is $20.
l Looking for some motivation to transform your life? Part One of Inspire Bermuda's Empowering You Workshop will be held from 6pm until 8pm on Wednesday, April 17th at Suite Solutions on Mills Creek Road. This series of workshops promises to help you achieve more clarity, direction and confidence to create the future you want. The cost is $75 per person. Register at firstname.lastname@example.org.
l Star Pack, in association with BAA, are providing a fun, safe place for young people in P6 through M3 to hang out in a club-style venue. A middle school dance will be at the BAA Clubhouse on Saturday, April 20 from 9pm to 1am and will be fully chaperoned by responsible adults. Admission is $10, which includes finger foods and music by Black Lion Sound. Sodas will cost $2 each. For more information, or to purchase tickets, contact Theresa on 737-2581, 29F1BACC or email@example.com.
l Age Concern Bermuda and MJM will hold their annual free legal clinic at Charities House on Wednesday, April 24. This event will include an estate planning Information session at 2.30pm. Private, 20-minute appointments on wills and estate planning, power of attorney, corporate and matrimonial issues will be offered from 2pm. Only current members will be able to register but you can join online at www.ageconcern.bm or visit Charities House at 25 Point Finger Road. Space is limited but you can book your spots at the general session and/or an appointment for your private consultations by calling 238-7525.
l As part of Bermuda Hospitality Month, ten of Bermuda's top chefs have partnered with Bermuda College students for Plates of Passion, a unique dining experience on Thursday, April 25. Ten seats will be available at each chef team's table. The cost is $150 per person, and includes a cocktail and canapé reception from 6pm, followed by a four-course dinner paired with matching wines from 6.30pm until 9pm. Tickets are available at www.pTix.bm. There is also the option to upgrade this experience by bidding on seats at the Connoisseur Table, which includes an after-party hosted by Gosling's and a private tour of the kitchen to meet the teams. The starting bid for the Connoisseur Table is $2,500. Please note that special dietary needs cannot be accommodated at this event. For more information, contact info@BHI.bm or 295-5049 or visit www.BHI.bm.
l The West End Development Corporation is promising a fun glimpse into the history of Dockyard on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday mornings during the summer season. Beginning Monday, May 6 and running until Friday, October 11, actors in period costume will give a short performance to depict life in the Royal Naval Dockyard around 1809. These historical re-enactments will begin at 9.30am near the Moongate in Dockyard and the actors will explain various historical aspects including breakwaters, fortifications, storehouses, workshops and barracks. This is designed to be an informative and fun event with the added impact of a cannon being fired during the show. Visitors will have the opportunity to have a photo taken with one of the actors each day and then to go on and explore the Royal Naval Dockyard and identify the areas they have just learnt about. Shops and restaurants as well as all activities will be open for business. For more information, contact Joanna Cranfield on firstname.lastname@example.org.
l There’s a new weekly event coming to Dockyard on Thursday evenings, thanks to the West End Development Corporation in partnership with TFD Productions. From May 16, Dockyard will pay tribute to the music of John Lennon and the inspiration he found in Bermuda in the Victualing Yard from 6.45pm to 9.45pm weekly. This is a free evening of music, with a Bermudian band and singers performing 30 songs from Lennon’s amazing career, including some of the songs written in Bermuda. Food and drinks will be provided by Dockyard Restaurants. For more information, contact Joanna Cranfield on email@example.com.
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