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Bermuda Youth Orchestra Spring Concert

Bermuda Youth Orchestra Spring Concert

The Bermuda Youth Orchestra [BYO] is getting set to present their “Pop Into Spring” concert on Sunday, April 30, a show that promises to “delight the senses with fun and familiar tunes, as well as some other less familiar, but still enjoyable pieces.” Also featured in the concert will be Bros in Music, a brass group made up of... Read more of this article

Bermuda Pies To Be Available At AC Village

Bermuda Pies To Be Available At AC Village

Kris Furbert, the owner of Bermuda Pie Company is one of five local businesses to be selected as a primary food and beverage vendor, serving the public at the America’s Cup Village. Here he talks about his decision to get involved, what he believes the 35th America’s Cup will bring to the island, and the pie he has created just for the occasion. 1.... Read more of this article

Seniors Craft Show To Take Place Next Week

Seniors Craft Show To Take Place Next Week

On Tuesday May 2nd, from 11:45am until 6.00pm, the Department of Community and Cultural Affairs will host a Seniors Craft Show to mark the beginning of Heritage Month. “There will be various tables and displays showcasing arts and crafts made by Bermuda’s seniors, with many of their hand-crafted items available for purchase from the seniors... Read more of this article

J&B’s Wood Fired Pizza Looking Forward To AC

J&B’s Wood Fired Pizza Looking Forward To AC

“Selected as a healthy alternative to fish sandwiches, burgers, and hot dogs, the start of the 35th America’s Cup will be a big moment for Tim Jackson, his wife Michelle Brock Jackson, and the employees at J&B’s Wood Fired Pizza,” the ACBDA said. “Named as one of the five primary food and beverage vendors for the America’s Cup... Read more of this article

Photo Set #4: Ag Show At Botanical Gardens

Photo Set #4: Ag Show At Botanical Gardens

The 2017 Ag Show wrapped up at the Botanical Gardens in Paget over the weekend, with thousands of people taking in the event’s sights and sounds over three days, with a wide variety of exhibits on display and a myriad of food vendors offering tasty selections. The Ag Show concluded on Saturday [April 22], marking the final day of the three day event.... Read more of this article

Allied World Family Community Day On April 30

Allied World Family Community Day On April 30

The Centre on Philanthropy is inviting the entire community out for an afternoon of ‘fun, games and volunteerism’ at the Allied World Family Community Day in Victoria Park, Hamilton this Sunday, April 30 from 1pm until 5pm. The event, currently in its sixth year, has been generously sponsored by Allied World Assurance Company since 2014. According... Read more of this article

Pettit Joins Library That Was Founded In 1747

Pettit Joins Library That Was Founded In 1747

Patricia Barry Pettit, who lived in Bermuda for many years, as has taken on the newly created role of Chief Communications Officer for Redwood, the oldest library in continuous use in the United States, having been founded in 1747. According to their website, “The Redwood Library and Athenæum is the oldest lending library in America, and the... Read more of this article

Photo Set #3: Ag Show At Botanical Gardens

Photo Set #3: Ag Show At Botanical Gardens

The 2017 Ag Show got underway on Thursday at the Botanical Gardens in Paget, with thousands of people taking in the event’s sights and sounds, with a wide variety of exhibits on display and a myriad of food vendors offering tasty selections. The Ag Show continues today [April 22], marking the final day of the three day event, and we will have additional... Read more of this article

Photos/Video: Fireworks Mark 35-Days To AC

Photos/Video: Fireworks Mark 35-Days To AC

The America’s Cup celebrated exactly 35 days until the America’s Cup begins by sending 35 fireworks into the night sky over Hamilton Harbour this evening [April 21], to celebrate the 35-day milestone. A spokesperson previously said, “The competition for the oldest trophy in international sport starts its 35th edition on the Great Sound in... Read more of this article

Video: ‘Eat Lionfish Chefs Throwdown’ Event

Video: ‘Eat Lionfish Chefs Throwdown’ Event

The Commissioner’s House in Dockyard played host to the Eat Lionfish Chefs Throwdown, an event organized by 11th Hour Racing to help raise awareness of the issue of lionfish, a serious threat to marine habitats in Bermuda and, increasingly, around the world. All six America’s Cup teams were represented at the event which featured celebrity chefs... Read more of this article

Fireworks Tonight To Mark 35 Days To AC Begins

Fireworks Tonight To Mark 35 Days To AC Begins

Today [April 21] marks exactly 35 days until the America’s Cup begins, and to celebrate the 35-day milestone, the America’s Cup is sending 35 fireworks into the night sky over Hamilton Harbour at 8.30pm this evening. “As part of the milestone celebrations, America’s Cup Village Grandstand tickets for Monday 29th May and Tuesday 30th... Read more of this article

‘Spit Zone’ Bermuda Word Search Contest

‘Spit Zone’ Bermuda Word Search Contest

The Spit-Zone on Facebook is hosting a Bermuda word search that highlights Bermudian parishes, with players able to win up to $10 for each word found. A spokesperson said, “The Spit-Zone on Facebook is hosting a Bermuda-themed word search with an Amazon Gift Card prize via a raffle draw to follow on May 1.”“The Bermuda Trivia – Word... Read more of this article

BIFF Tickets & Programmes Available To Public

BIFF Tickets & Programmes Available To Public

Marietta McCoy, the patron and sponsor liaison officer for the 20th Bermuda International Film Festival Office, is in receipt of the new printed programmes for this this year’s festival. A spokesperson said, “Ms. McCoy who is well-versed in Excel Spreadsheet and Microsoft Word, has been instrumental in organizing the office. She has been... Read more of this article