Theatre Boycott 60th Anniversary Celebration

June 11, 2019 | 0 Comments

[Written by Glenn Fubler]

‘Freedom Friday’, will be the celebration of the 60th Anniversary of the Theatre Boycott on Friday, June 14th – a kick-off for ‘Heroes’ Weekend’.

Dwayne Caines, Lynne Winfield, Renee Falcon [VP of the Bermuda Nurses Association], Bishop Nick Dill, myself and Collin Simmons of the BIU

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Emphasising ‘celebration’, Bermuda residents are invited to gather along with honourees, the Premier and Opposition Leader, between 12.30 – 1.30pm on Friday at City Hall’s Theatre to enjoy brief presentations, music and each other.

Those unable to attend are invited – wherever they are – to join in, by using some portion of those 60 minutes to Celebrate, Appreciate and Relate:

  • Celebrate that watershed, which sparked a transformation which continues to benefit us today.
  • Appreciate the many on whose shoulders we stand.
  • Relate to each other: building bridges and renewing connections across our families and wider community.

At 1 pm on ‘Freedom Friday’ all are invited to pause and reflect for 60 seconds in appreciating this past, and drawing inspiration for moving forward towards a better Bermuda.

In the spirit of the day we might ‘dress-down’; including some attire, reflecting those ‘times’.

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In the spirit of ‘Freedom Friday’ we all are invited to commit to at least 60 minutes of Community Service, by the end of August, in observance of the Anniversary; using Volunteer.bm to sign up.

During those 60 minutes around 1 pm on ‘Freedom Friday’, we are all invited to reach out to one other person and consider a question together- deeply listening to each other’s response for 5 minutes:

Tell me a story about a time when you made some difference in another’s life, in Bermuda.

Additionally, from 11.30 – 12.30 pm on Friday, the community is welcomed to take advantage of the ‘Wellness Check In’ at City Hall by health professionals; promoting a better me.

As each of us nurtures ‘a better ‘me’; reach out fostering ‘a better ‘we’; we are able to draw from the best of our past to grow a better Bermuda.

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