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Fun run to support Women’s Resource Centre

• The Adult Education School will host the unique event, Transformations Art Auction and Cocktails, on Wednesday, June 1. From 6pm until 9pm at Gosling's Wine Cellar, this event will feature more than 25 local artists, including some notable alumni from the school and hopes to raise funds to help adult learners to reach their education and career goals. The evening is under the distinguished patronage of the Ombudsman for Bermuda, Victoria R.M. Pearman, an alumni of the school. Notable artists exhibiting at the event include Graham Foster, Jonah Jones, Lisa Rego and Christopher Grimes, but new works from Adult Education School alumni such as Katherine Summerville will also be featured. More than 30 pieces have been donated to the silent auction including paintings, photography, sculpture and mixed media. Tickets are $40 and available from www.pTix.bm or at the Adult Education School on Burnaby Street. For more information, visit www.aesbda.org

• Promising an evening that will not be soon forgotten, the Salvation Army Bermuda Divisional Band 20th Annual Spring Festival will take place on Saturday, June 4. The Divisional Band represents the four Salvation Army churches on the island and acts as the organ of the church for combined services or events in the community where the Salvation Army is represented. From 7.30pm in the Ruth Seaton James auditorium, the band will celebrate its 20th Annual Spring Festival of Music and will also release its second professionally-recorded CD entitled Isle of Angels to coincide with this event. Over the 20 years, the band has had several changes in personnel as members have retired, left the island, left the band or have now become old enough to be members. This concert will see a reunion of former and present members in celebration of the anniversary. They will also have at least two of their former members flying back to participate, with approximately 40 members anticipated to be in the band for the concert. Special guests will be United Dance Productions. The entire island knows the reputation of Suzette Harvey and the quality of her productions. It has been a long-time dream of the SA to have them participate in their Spring Festival. If you think you will not enjoy band music, the SA stress that the band plays a wide variety, but most importantly plays music dedicated to God with the intent to provide a blessing to those who hear it. They guarantee that those who attend will leave feeling uplifted. Tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for children. They are available at any SA church, from Headquarters on Roberts Avenue, or by contacting 292-0601.

• Grab two of your favourite ace girls for The You Go Girl! Relay, now in its fifth year, on Sunday, June 5. Starting at 8.30am on Front Street, this relay of three legs of two kilometres is organised as a train where the first person does all three legs or 6k, the second person does two legs or 4k, and the third person does 2k. As a train, at the end of each leg, the next person joins their team member, so that at the end of all legs, all three team members must finish together. Competitive divisions include Family (mothers, daughters, sisters, aunts, cousins, including in-laws), Corporate (all members of the same company or organisation), Masters (all members 40 and over), 6k runners (all three participants will run 6k together), Competitive Walkers (all members walk, no running allowed at any time), and Open (none of these categories). The Non–Competitive Run /Walk is for completely non-competitive teams for participation only and can be any combination of individuals doing the entire relay. In the interest of safety, the minimum age for all divisions is 7 years old, who must only be doing the 2k distance with an adult. All teams will be eligible to win the top prize for the team that raises the most sponsorship money. You can consider becoming a fundraiser by setting a money target and raising funds within friends and family for the Women's Resource Centre. Donations can be made online by anyone to your fundraising efforts. First prizes will also be awarded in each division of the competitive categories. There will be no prizes in the non-competitive division. All participants will be eligible for numerous draw prizes. While wearing costumes is optional, amazing costumes are part of the event and are encouraged! For a preview, you can watch a trailer at https://vimeo.com/158399569. This event is sanctioned by BNAA (course not certified), sponsored by Oil Insurance Ltd and U by Kotex, and organised by the Mid-Atlantic Athletic Club. Entry fees are $30 per person/$90 per team for competitive teams, $20 per person/$60 per team for non-competitive teams, and $5 per person/$15 per team for juniors age 7 and up. Registration is available now on www.RaceDayWorld.com. Part proceeds of the entry fee, plus all monies donated separately online, will be donated to the Women's Resource Centre. Number pick-up will be from 10am until noon on Saturday, June 4, at the Women's Resource Centre, Charities House, Point Finger Road, Paget. Late entries are an extra $5 per person and will be accepted at number pick-up only. There will be no late entries on race day. For more information, visit their event on Facebook.

• For the experienced photographer and enthusiast alike, Two & Quarter is excited to offer a Photography Walk About in St George's, new this year and starting on Tuesday, June 7. Participants will meet at Two & Quarter Photography at 11am. From then until 12.30pm, you can get tips and tricks from the local professionals while venturing to some of the best shooting locations in the Old Towne. A maximum of six people will be accommodated for a hands-on and personalised experience, with private group tours also available. Camera rentals will be available in limited quantity. This will continue every Tuesday throughout the summer. The cost is $65 per person. For more information, or to register, contact 541-0214.

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Flying the flag: runners at last year's You Go Girl! relay on Front Street (File photograph)

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Published May 23, 2016 at 9:00 am (Updated May 22, 2016 at 11:45 pm)

Fun run to support Women’s Resource Centre

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