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Frog and Onion Pub invite you to take advantage of the summer sunshine with some Beach/Paddle Tennis on Mondays from May 1st.

From 6pm until 9pm in the Victualling Yard, tennis expert Mark Cordeiro will be there to help you hone your skills.

There is no cover charge and this will continue weekly until September 25th.

For more information, contact 234-2900 or frog@irg.bm

The Club at Fritholme Gardens invite you to try belly dance and/or vintage, swing/jazz dance-fitness classes as alternative ways to get in shape at their two new Dance Fit courses, starting on Wednesday, May 3rd.

Dance Fit classes offer great cardio workouts, muscle toning for your arms, legs, back, bum and tum, improved flexibility, grace, and coordination, and are a joyful and expressive way to exercise.

Belly Fit will run from 6.15pm until 7.15pm and in this course you will learn the basics of belly dance. The movements range from tight isolations to fluid undulations. Belly Fit is offered to women only.

Swing Fit will run from 7.30pm until 8.30pm and is a high-energy class with dance movements coming from the Charleston and Jitterbug dance eras. No partner is required and both men and women are welcome to join.

Each course will run for 8 weeks.

The cost is $160 for one course, $280 for both courses or $25 for class drop-ins.

For more information, contact Cara at yoga@fritholme.bm or join them on Facebook at Dance Fit Bermuda.

Come out and experience Bermudian culture at its best at Harbour Nights, back for the 2017 on Wednesday, May 3rd.

With its rich almost 25 year history, Harbour Nights is the Island’s signature summer event, offering guests and locals alike the opportunity to come together in a truly unique way to enjoy all Bermuda has to offer.

The fun will be from 7pm until 10pm each week as Front Street, between Queen and Parliament Streets, is blocked off and transformed into a pedestrian-friendly village of local vendors and entertainers.

Harbour Nights will continue every Wednesday until August 30th, with the exception of May 24th and May 31st. Harbour Nights will also take place on Thursday, June 1st.

For more information, contact klightbourne@bcc.bm or 295 4201 ext. 3.

Relax, unwind and enjoy as you join Rebecca Martin for Pinot and Pastels on Thursday, May 4th.

From 6.30pm until 8.30pm in the Classroom at Masterworks Museum, this course in pastels is for all levels of experience and all materials are provided. Two glasses of wine and snacks are also included.

The cost is $80 for members, $100 for non-members and spaces are limited.

For more information, or to register, contact 299-4000 or artmworks@logic.bm.

The Bermuda Musical & Dramatic Society (BMDS) proudly presents its latest production, The Trials & Tribulations of a Trailer Trash Wife by Del Shores, Joe Patrick Ward and Sharyn Lane, opening on Thursday, May 4th.

Del Shores, that grand master of Southern lowlife sensibilities, once again culled his Texas roots and came up with a winner. Down but not out, Willadean Winkler attempts to transcend the mean existence inflicted on her by cruel-to-the-bone hubby J.D.

Del Shores manages to fully explore Willadean’s horrific plight while infusing the work with such hilarity the audience is often reduced to tears and laughter within the same breath.

Directed by Nicola Flood and produced by Theresa Hall, the show will star Stephen Notman (J D Winkler), Brooke Burfitt (Willadean Winkler), Kelly Gilmour (Rayleen Hobbs), Samantha Smith (La Sonia Robinson), Sheila Smith (Blues Singer) and Tom Ray (Pianist).

This show is for a mature audience only, aged 18 and over, due to the strong adult language and difficult content.

Showtime is at 8pm each night and the show will run from Thursday, May 4th until Saturday, May 6th and then from Thursday, May 11th until Saturday, May 13th.

Tickets are $30 and available at www.pTix.bm or from the box office one hour before each show.

For more information, contact Theresa Hall at bmdssecretary@gmail.com.

Now in its 30th year, join in the fun of fundraising at the XL Catlin End To End on Saturday, May 6th.

This annual event brings our entire community together for a day of camaraderie from St. George to Dockyard – all in support of Bermuda charitable organisations. This 24.1 mile walk starts at 7am in St. George’s (or 10am from Albuoy’s Point in Hamilton for the 14.7 mile Middle-to-End) and ending in Dockyard. Alternatively, participants can choose to cycle, row or swim for charity.

The registration fee is $50 for adults and $30 for youths under 18 years of age. The fee includes a t-shirt, a back pack (filled with great gifts) , a water bottle, event #, food and beverages along the way, entertainment and a medal at the finish. Sign up is available at www.BermudaEndtoEnd.bm and the event headquarters will be open from 9am until 5pm, May 1st to 5th in Washington Mall.

For more information, contact 292-6992.

In celebration of seniors and their 9 years as a mentoring club, Phenomenal People’s D.R.E.A.M Girls Club presents A Spring Tea and Fashion Show on Saturday, May 6th.

From 3pm until 6pm in the T.N. Nisbett Hall at the Christ (Anglican) Church in Devonshire, this event will feature The Dream Girls and 9 Phenomenal Seniors, including the “forever young” June Caisey.

Tickets are $20 and include a delectable tea, entertainment, raffles and a silent auction.

For more information, or to purchase tickets, contact Margaret on 734-4034 or margaretrose07@yahoo.com.

Featuring Nikki Bascome (Bermuda) vs David Rangel (Mexico), Security Associates, in conjunction with the Bermuda Boxing Federation present, One World Boxing Festival on Saturday, May 6th.

Doors to the Bermuda National Sports Centre will open at 5pm for a 5.30pm start. Elite Men and Amateur Boxing Matches will include Courtney Dublin (BDA) vs Jaylon Roberts (BDA), Matthew Tannock (BDA) vs Gary Martinez (USA), “King” Somner (BDA) vs Victor Santos (USA), Zain Philpott (BDA) vs Kristan Browne (USA), Andre Lambe (BDA) vs Markees Hines (USA), and Nikki Bascome (BDA) vs David Rangel Gomez (MEX), plus more, including Sanshou Kickboxing, youth and junior matches, and exhibitions.

The cost is $60 for general admission, $95 for ringside and tickets are available at Caesar’s Pharmacy, Sports R Us, Hunts, and www.pTix.bm.

For more information, contact BermudaBoxingFed@gmail.com.

The Bermuda Philharmonic Society is hosting a Movie Fundraiser Screening of Florence Foster Jenkins on Saturday, May 6th.

From 7pm at Liberty Theatre, this movie features Academy Award-winning actress Meryl Streep, co-starring Hugh Grant and Simon Helberg. The ticket price includes a small popcorn and drink.

Tickets are $25 available from The Harbour Master in Washington Mall. Proceeds will go to Philharmonic Music Scholarships.

For more information, contact 293-1659.

Nakternl Entertainment, Corona, and Avion Tequilia invites you to celebrate Cinco De Mayo Housestyle Takeover-style on Saturday, May 6th.

From 8pm at The Grand Cafe on Church Street, you can come and dance the night away to sounds of Double O and Mike Shawr as Nakternl Entertainment, the Housestyle team, Avion Tequila and Corona have come together to bring another awesome night of House Music with a Latin feel.

Admission will be $10 at the door all night long, sold at the door on entry.

For more information, contact info@nakternlentertainment.com.

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