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Free concert to mark Regiment anniversary

Enjoy a wonderful evening at the UNESCO World Heritage Site as you join in with the 200th anniversary celebration of Pilot “Jemmy” Darrell in the Town of St George on Saturday, April 11. From 6.30pm until 9.30pm, you can learn about “Jemmy” and other great historic facts about St George. There will be a scavenger hunt for all to enjoy, along with live entertainment and an exhibit in the town hall. This event is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Quinell Francis at qfrancis@northrock.bm

You are invited to bring a blanket or chair and a basket of refreshments, and join the Regiment and community bands for a free Reunion Concert in the Grounds of Government House on Sunday, April 12. The concert starts at 3pm and you can enjoy wonderful entertainment for the whole family in a picturesque setting, with popular tunes performed by the Bermuda Regiment Band, the North Village Community Band, the Somerset Brigade Band, the Bermuda Islands Pipe Band, the Bermuda Chamber Choir, the Bermuda Youth Orchestra and the Warwick Academy Orchestra. Refreshments will also be on sale and limited seating will be provided for seniors. Access and parking is by the North Shore Gate only, opening at 1.30pm. This event is part of the Bermuda Regiment's 50th Anniversary celebrations and is by courtesy of His Excellency, Mr George Fergusson and Mrs Fergusson. The public may wish to note that the grounds will be open each Sunday for the summer from May 3 until Labour Day Weekend. In the event of inclement weather, please listen to media messages or look for posted signs which will indicate whether the concert has been moved indoors to the Ruth Seaton James Auditorium. While the event is free, complimentary tickets must be obtained in advance from www.BDAtix.bm. For more information, contact br50@gov.bm or visit www.br50.bm

Children between the ages of seven and ten are invited to attend a Sleepover at the Library on Friday, April 17. This fun night will be spent in the Youth Library Auditorium from 6pm and the evening will be filled with storytelling, movies, games and dinner. Pick-up the following day is at 8.30am sharp. The cost is $20 per child and registration is required. For more information or to register, contact the Youth Library at 295-0487.

Let's get ready to rumble as Johnny Lima and Teachers Rugby presents Fight Night XVII: Invincible on Saturday, April 18. This exciting night of boxing and kickboxing will take place at the Berkeley Institute. Doors open at 6pm and the first fight starts at 7pm. The fight card is packed with thrilling amateur bouts of local favourites, first-time fighters and overseas opponents. Bermuda's Pan American Sanda Cup Champion and Recipient of Bermuda Sports Achievement Award Reyel Bowen will face Canada's ACE MMA and Victory MMA Champion Cole Fetzner. As well as a cash bar, food will also be available for purchase. Tickets are $65 for general admission or $130 for VIPs and available from International Sports Shop or www.pTix.bm. You must be 18 or older to attend. This event is sponsored by Gatorade, Coors Light, Bacardi and Smirnoff.

Masterworks AOK invites you to dance with them at their Dance Walk in the Park event on Sunday, April 26. The warm-up starts at 2.30pm in the Botanical Gardens, followed by the Dance Walk itself at 3pm. Dance walking is joyful self-expression, creativity and freedom from inhibitions, a great workout and fun. AOK (Art Outreach for Kids) is a volunteer group raising money through fitness to make art education accessible to all children in Bermuda. The cost is $30 per person or $25 per person in family groups of four or more. Registration is available at www.RaceDayWorld.com. All proceeds support childrens art education programmes at Masterworks. For more information, contact Sonia Jabon at soniajabon@gmail.com

Think pink as the Sigma Xi Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc invites Bermuda to celebrate 25 years of service to the Island at their Le Diner en Rose event in the Victualling Yard on Saturday, May 16. The evening will begin with a cocktail reception at 6pm, followed by a buffet dinner with live music and a DJ for the after-party. Dress code is semi-formal pink attire. Tickets are $125 and available from any Alpha Kappa Alpha member. For more information, contact 705-1908 or msplferguson@yahoo.com.com

Short on time? Dig into Social Media Marketing with bite-size information sessions from SociaLEE Consulting's Lunch & Learn Series. Session 8: Pinterest 101 will take place at the Bermuda Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday, May 5. Sign in and lunch are from 12.15pm, with closing at 1.30pm. Pinterest is not your grandmother's scrapbook! It has changed the dynamics on how businesses and individuals organise their thoughts and ideas into collections. Pinterest can be used by busiesses in a variety of ways. This workshop will look why Pinterest can be a useful tool for your business, and how some businesses have used Pinterest to increase awareness and drive sales. The registration fee is $25 and can be purchased online at www.pTix.bm. BEDC and Bermuda Chamber of Commerce Members receive a discount with a code. The session requires a minimum of five pre-registered participants to run. For more information, contact 456-4780 or contact@socialeeconsulting.com

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The Bermuda Regiment band will play at a free concert at Government House (File photo)

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Published March 30, 2015 at 9:00 am (Updated March 29, 2015 at 10:45 pm)

Free concert to mark Regiment anniversary

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