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Discover the Italian art of wine

• If you're looking for something to do on date night, or want to get a group of ladies together for a fun and creative evening, then you may be interested in Art with a Twist on Tuesday, June 7 and 21. From 6.30pm until 9pm at Masterworks, you can create your own masterpiece to take home while sipping cocktails in an inspirational setting. Adult workshops will be held twice monthly starting on June 7 and instruction, materials and two drinks will be included. The cost is $100 for members and $125 for non-members. For more information, or to pre-register, contact 299-4000 or mworks@logic.bm

• Celebrate young Bermudians and their accomplishments at the Raleigh Bermuda Graduation and Launch Ceremony 2016 on Wednesday, June 8. From 6pm until 7.30pm at Speciality Cinema and Grill, they will be celebrating their 2015 Graduates who travelled the globe to learn more about the world and themselves, and celebrate their 2016 Venturers who answered the call to adventure and personal development. For more information, or to RSVP by June 1st, contact 333-5678 or info@raleigh.bm

• Join Michael Robinson, in his own unique style, on a journey back over thousands of years in Europe at the latest BSoA wine tasting: Italian Art of Wine on Thursday, June 9. As complex as a Monet landscape and as intricate as a Bach partita, wine is to the senses of smell and taste what a painting is to the eye and music to the ear. Doors open at 5.30pm. With the exception of the rose, all wines are Italian and will be paired with European specialty cheeses courtesy of the Supermart. Tickets are $45, $40 for members, and $350 for tables of ten. For more information, or to purchase tickets, contact BSOA at 292-3824 or visit www.BDAtix.bm

• Come party with the models of Bermuda International Collections as they celebrate Africa with Simunye: We Are One, a Martini , Rum Mixer and Wine Tasting Event on Thursday, June 9. Promising to transform Muse Restaurant into a space you've never seen before, you are invited to experience a piece of Africa with African-inspired drinks, attire, music and food, as Bermuda International Collections prepares to welcome South Africa's first international albino model Sanele Xaba to the island this coming July, during Bermuda International Collections Fashion Royalty Fashion Week from July 6 to 9. This event will not only promote his upcoming appearance but will also serve as a fundraiser for it. The fun begins at 6pm at Muse Restaurant, when you can enjoy a complimentary drink, hors d'oeuvres and a wine mixing display. Admission is $40 and tickets are available at Pulp & Circumstance, Urban Cottage or online at www.pTix.bm. For more information, contact Gino Group at 296-2605 or visit www.BermudaInternationalCollections.com

• Journey to idyllic Paget Island to get inspired, to connect, to learn, to share, and to have fun, while appreciating the epic beauty of Bermuda at The Chewstick Foundation's 2016 Summer Retreat from Friday, June 10 until Sunday, June 12. Workshops will centre on three themes: Mind, Body, and Soul. If you're interested in facilitating a workshop session, make sure you fill out that section of the form. This inspirational weekend will include the boat ride to and from Paget Island (leaves from St. George's Square), accommodations, 8 meals, snacks, art supplies, outdoor activities, workshops, and materials to create the Retreat Fireside Experience – where all participants share a new skill, story, poem, song or anecdote and everyone gets to participate in the always fun, sing-along vibe, while reflecting on Chewstick's core principles of Respect, Freedom, Love, and Truth. The cost is $250 for general, $175 for members, $100 for youths aged between 12 and 18, and $300 for a parent with a child under 12, $50 for each additional child. For more information, or to sign up, visit http://goo.gl/forms/vayT3LmNCi

• Help to raise funds for students in financial need at BHS while taking part in a fun tournament at the BHS Teachers' Association Golf Fundraiser on Saturday, June 11. Registration starts at 7.45am for an 8am tee-off at the Fairmont Southampton's Turtle Hill Golf Course. This is a Captain's Choice tournament, so everyone can play. The cost is $440 per team for teams of 4, or $400 per team if they are able to donate a prize to the event. For more information, or to sign up, contact Paula Harrison on pharrison@bhs.bm

• Have fun while supporting local youths at the iSwim Charity Fun Relay Meet on Saturday, June 11. This will be at 10am at the National Sports Centre Pool, with registration on the day beginning at 9.15am. Music will be provided by D'General and friends, and refreshments will be available for purchase. There will also be prizes for the winning team in each category. The entry fee is $80 per team of 4. Deadline for entry is June 1st. Entry forms are available from Sportseller or by emailing iswimbermuda@gmail.com. All proceeds will be divided between Five Star Foundation, a community organisation that mentors young boys, and the local swim clubs for bursaries/scholarships for children who want to swim, but can otherwise not do so. For more information, contact iswimbermuda@gmail.com

• Promising an enjoyable afternoon that you won't want to miss, Heron Bay Primary will be celebrating their 90th anniversary with one last finale event at their Alumni Luncheon on Saturday, June 11. From noon until 2.30pm in Heron Bay Primary Assembly Hall, the event will consist of a sit down lunch accompanied by local music entertainment. The menu will include your choice of: spinach salad, local grilled fish, steak, grilled chicken, smoked salmon, tomato and mozzarella salad, steamed rice, roasted potatoes, fresh fruit, and biscotti. Alumni are encouraged to get their classmates together and come celebrate Heron Bay's 90th anniversary. Tickets are $40 per person and can be collected from the Heron Bay Primary Office anytime before the event. Tickets will not be sold on the day. For more information, or to reserve and arrange pickup, contact kdeshields@moed.bm

• Designed specifically for expecting parents to welcome them to their awaiting journey of Parenthood, the Welcome Home Baby: Expecting Parents Forum is a branch of the Parenthood:Birth to 6 Months course, and will be on Sunday, June 12. From 3.30pm until 5pm at a private residence in Warwick, you can come ask parents who participated in the Parenthood:Birth to 6 Months course and those who have used Calvina J. Simons, Newborn Care Specialist services a few of your burning questions. You will be able to learn more of how the course/services assisted them and so much more. As a special offer, if you register for the Parenthood: Birth to 6 Months course, your name will go into the hat for a door prize. The cost is $20 per person and light refreshments will be provided. For more information, or to register, contact ncs.bda@gmail.com, or visit ncsbda.simplesite.com

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Taste the difference: at the BSoA Italian Art of Wine event on June 9

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Published May 30, 2016 at 2:16 pm (Updated May 30, 2016 at 2:16 pm)

Discover the Italian art of wine

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