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Get your cricket fix this Saturday

The Bermuda Zoological Society’s new cafe Azu Beasto are hosting a weekly BBQ, Ribs, Reptiles and ‘Ritas, on Fridays from 5.30pm until 9pm throughout the summer. This is a family-friendly happy hour with a picturesque view of Harrington Sound from the outside deck. There is no cover charge so you can stop by just for the $7 Blue Macaw Margarita or stay for the all-you-can-eat BBQ at a cost of $32 for adults ($30 for members) or $14 for children under 9 ($12 for members). For reservations, call 296-2429 or view the menu on www.bzs.bm/azu.

* Can’t wait for Cup Match to get your cricket fix? The Bermuda Cricket Board presents the Hiscox U11 Celebrity Cricket Festival at the National Sports Centre, North Field on Saturday, June 8th. This kicks off at 9.30am with 8&U League games, followed by a Celebrities vs 11&U All Star Team at 1pm. The Celebrity Team this year will include The Honorable Premier, Governor George Fergusson, Deputy Premier, Michael Dunkley, Tyler Butterfield, Bruce Barritt, DVario Thompson, Mikaela Pearman, Nadanja Bailey, Power Girl, Nikita Robinson, Justin Donawa and more. This event is free with free children’s activities, including a fun castle, fun slide, facepainting and a free BBQ lunch and T-shirt for the first 350 to attend. For more information, contact 292-8958 or info@cricket.bm.

* To celebrate all the new art galleries and studios popping up on that side of the island, the St. George’s Events Committee invite you to the first Summer Art Walk in the East, a unique bohemian-style event on Saturday, June 15th from 4pm until 9pm. The Art Walk in the East promotes the arts in all forms including, but not limited to: pottery making, cedar carvings, paintings, weaving, local film, singing, dancing, instrumental and spoken word. This is a self-guided walking tour and will include live performances from Chewstick, Alan Smith, Quinn Outerbridge, 1 Undread, and Haz among others and featured artists will include Ami Zanders, Donna Smith, Milton Hill, Alexandra Mosher, Christopher Grimes, Dejon Simmons, Manuel Palacio, Tricia Walters and many more. Best of all, this event is free.

* Reality Soundsystem promises the ultimate rave experience at Blackout in the BAA Gymnasiumon on Saturday, June 15th. Dress code is white or neon and from 10pm until 3am, DJ Bitsy, DJ Fozzy, DJ Rusty G, Supa J, & Einstein will be playing the best in Electro, House, Techno, UKG, DNB and Dubstep. The cost is $20 in advance from www.pTix.bm or $30 at the door.

* Featuring choreography from local and overseas artists, you can expect Concepts In Motion Dance Company to present a first class show on Friday, June 21st and Saturday, June 22nd. This will be at the Ruth Seaton James Centre for the Performing Arts and showtime is at 8pm each night. Tickets cost $45, $65 for Patrons and are available from www.bdatix.bm.

* Many locals and visitors of Native American descent will be attending the St. David’s Islanders and Native Community’s Biannual Pow Wow on Saturday, June 22nd and Sunday, June 23rd at the St. David’s Cricket field. This will be from 11am until 5pm each day and will include the Grand Entry, Libation & Dedication Ceremony, local and overseas Native American dancers, songs and drums, Bermuda Gombey Dancers, craft and artwork stalls, other vendors and traditional St. David’s Island food. Entry is $8 for adults, $4 for children. For more information, contact 541-7777 or mpraynor@northrock.bm.

* The next edition of the Bermuda International Film Festival’s BIFFlix Monthly Film Series will be a screening of the film The Reluctant Fundamentalist, starring Riz Ahmed, Kate Hudson, Liev Schreiber, Kiefer Sutherland, on Saturday, June 29th. This will be at the usual venue of BUEI at 5.30pm. For more details, or to buy tickets, see www.pTix.bm.

* Star Pack in association with BAA are providing a fun, safe place for young people in P6 to M3 to hang out in a club-style venue. Their Summer Saturdays Middle School Dances will be at the BAA Clubhouse on every other Saturday throughout the summer holiday, from June 29th to September 7th. Each dance will run from 9pm to 1am, fully chaperoned by responsible adults, and will feature different DJs and themes with giveaways. Admission is $10, with snacks and sodas on sale for $2. For more information or to purchase tickets, contact Theresa on 737-2581, 29F1BACC or starpack2012@hotmail.com.

* The 18th Annual Portuguese Holy Spirit Festival will be in King’s Square, St. George’s on Saturday, July 6th (from 7pm until 11pm) and Sunday, July 7th (5.30pm until 11pm). Entertainment will be provided by The Travellers, Portuguese singer Henrique Cipriano, local youth singers Caroline Araujo, Cahill Smith, Victoria Paulos, Caelha Ming and Coshun Evens, with performances by In Motion Dance School, Vasco de Gama Dancers, Somerset Brigade, and more. This event will feature Portuguese food and baked goods for sale and entry is free.

For full events listings and flyers, please visit www.NothingtodoinBermuda.com. The above is abbreviated content from that site. If you would like your event included on the site, please go to the Submit Your Event section and add all the details and flyer.

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Published June 06, 2013 at 9:00 am (Updated June 05, 2013 at 3:42 pm)

Get your cricket fix this Saturday

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