Classic cocktails at City Hall
City Hall invite you to Tales of Cocktails: Classic Cocktails Happy Hour on Thursday, June 13. Whether you’re interested in corporate networking, casual socialising or just a little cocktail experimenting, from 5pm until 8pm, you can enjoy music by VIBE 103 DJs, cosmopolitans, mojitos, martinis and more, celebrity star models, and a business card draw for prizes. There is no cover charge so you just have to purchase drink tickets on the night.
Another opportunity to explore alternative therapies and lifestyles at the next Holistic Fair on Saturday, June 15. From 10am until 5pm at My Sereni-Tea, you can enjoy mini sessions for $1 per minute, complimentary iced tea, draw prizes, discounts and more. Some of the practitioners and vendors in attendance will include Alyson Tuxworth and Deryn Higgins from Celtic Sisters (Intuitive Development workshops, Angel Readings and holistic treatments), Margaret Best (Best Life Coaching), Bernice White Ph.D (Rainbow Ray Healing), Ruthanne Outerbridge (Reiki Master/Intuitive), John Fletcher (EFT and Midas Touch), Jacqui Lewis (Reiki/Intuitive Readings), East End Organics, doTerra Oils, Kimberly Jennings CT (Crystal Medicine), Pikul Gibbons (Massage Therapist) and Readings. For more information, or to register, contact email@example.com or 296-2114.
Congratulations are in order for making such a significant milestones as Jackson School of Performing Arts present their 60th Annual Summer Dance Recital, Rewind 2013 — 1953. This will be at the Earl Cameron Theatre from June 19 until June 23, with shows at 7pm nightly. Tickets are $39 for adults, $33 for children under 12 and available from www.bdatix.com — for more details, please see www.jacksonsschool.com.
A chance to donate to charity while getting your drink on, Melange presents Glow, their first Cruising for the Cause aboard the Restless Native catamaran on Friday, June 21. The boat will start boarding at 5.30pm and will depart Albuoy’s Point at 6pm sharp, returning at 8.30pm. Included is a light buffet, one complimentary drink ticket, a gift bag, a cash bar and entertainment by DJ Julz. Tickets are $65 and are available from firstname.lastname@example.org.
Aneesah’s Nursery & PreSchool are hosting a Fundraising Fair at the Berkeley Institute on Saturday, June 22. From 1pm until 10pm, you can expect food, games with prizes, fun castles and more. This event will raise funds for school equipment with part proceeds to Bermuda Hospitals Charitable Trust. Admission is $2.
A great event for skaters and skateboarders as the Bermuda Urban Park Association in conjunction with the City of Hamilton is hosting a free Skateboarding and Fun Day on Saturday, June 22. Gr8 2 Sk8 will be at #5 Car Park on Front Street from 2pm until 8pm and will feature ramps and rails, live performances, guest DJs, and refreshments and food on sale. There will also be a sneak preview of the official plans for Project 88, Bermuda’s first concrete BMX and skatepark as well as the chance to join the Skate Bermuda Youth Team. For more information, seewww.skatebermuda.net.
What better way of connecting with your inner creative self than being at sea? Painter Jacqueline Alma, Singer/songwriter Heather Nova, and Singer/drummer Christina Frith will all be leading workshops in drawing, creative writing, singing and drumming for a very special weekend, Free Your Creative Spirit, aboard the
Spirit of Bermuda from Friday, June 28. The weekend begins at 5pm on the Friday and ends at 3pm on Sunday, June 30 and is an opportunity to enjoy gentle sailing in the Great Sound and evenings under the stars at anchor, while having the chance to unlock your creativity. The cost is $895, which includes all workshops, two nights accommodation aboard the
Spirit of Bermuda and all meals. The artists are donating their time and all proceeds will go to the Bermuda Sloop Foundation to enrich and educate Bermuda’s youth. For more information, or to reserve, contact 737-5667 or email@example.com
Action on Alzheimer’s & Dementia will be screening the documentary, ‘I Remember Better When I Paint’, on Sunday, June 30. This is the first international documentary about the positive impact of art and other creative therapies on people with Alzheimer’s and how these approaches can change the way we look at the disease and will start at 4pm at BUEI. The film is narrated by Oscar-winning actress Olivia de Havilland and features an interview with Yasmin Aga Khan, daughter of acclaimed actress and Alzheimer’s sufferer, Rita Hayworth. In addition, there will also be a display of artwork by residents of Matilda Smith and Westmeath Nursing homes. Action on Alzheimer’s & Dementia introduced and funds Therapeutic Art at these homes on a weekly basis. Tickets are $10 and are available from firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
The Bermuda Kennel Club’s 2013 Bermuda Dog Shows are coming to Somersfield Academy on Saturday, October 19 and Sunday, October 20th. This will include Four International All Breed Championship Dog Shows which will be qualifiers for Crufts 2014 (contact Carole Havercroft at firstname.lastname@example.org), Four Licensed Obedience Trials (contact email@example.com) and Rally Obedience Trials (contact Janice Moran at firstname.lastname@example.org). These shows welcome dogs, handlers and owners, from Canada and the United States to compete with their Bermuda counterparts. Admission is free — for further details and entry forms, you can see their website at www.show.bkc.bm.
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