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Book Signing By Veteran Sports Photographer

Book Signing By Veteran Sports Photographer

Today [Friday, July 21] veteran sports photographer Lawrence Trott will be holding a book signing of his recently released book about Bermuda’s most prominent sporting event. Simply titled Cup Match in Bermuda, the unprecedented book colorfully captures the sights on and off the field of the Classic which celebrates 115 years this year.With the... Read more of this article

New Book Details Rich History Of Dance

New Book Details Rich History Of Dance

The history of dance in Bermuda, from colonial-era classes to gombey troupes, hotel ballrooms, ballet and a variety of modern forms, is explored in a new book by award-winning dancer/choreographer Conchita Ming. Dance Bermuda, released this month, celebrates the history of dance on the island, from the 1700s to today. Ming, a well-known Bermudian dancer... Read more of this article

Book Signing By Patrice Lynch On Thursday

Book Signing By Patrice Lynch On Thursday

Author Patrice Lynch will host a book signing for the book “He Promised He Would Love Me” on Thursday, June 15th at the Kingdom Dynamics Bookstore at First Church of God on North Shore Road from 4:30pm – 7:30pm. A spokesperson said, “Marriage is a beautiful gift from God that comes with many benefits, but how many of us know that as... Read more of this article

Amanda Temple Releases “Tapestry Of Tales”

Amanda Temple Releases “Tapestry Of Tales”

Six years ago, Amanda Temple had an epiphany of sorts while driving home from photographing a wedding. “My attention was drawn to a crumbling house,” she said. “The peeling paint was the colour of the ocean and the windows were dirty, but framing the rows of glass was a brocade curtain that looked more like it belonged in a Venetian palazzo... Read more of this article

Handbook Released For ‘Civil Litigants In Person’

Handbook Released For ‘Civil Litigants In Person’

A handbook has been released, intending to “serve as a guide or starting point for civil litigants in person in the Supreme Court.” A Government spokesperson said, “The Supreme Court of Bermuda has been mindful of the ever increasing number of litigants in person appearing in the Bermuda Courts and the challenges presented to litigants... Read more of this article

Book Signing By Patrice Lynch On Sunday

Book Signing By Patrice Lynch On Sunday

Author Patrice Lynch will host a book signing for the book “He Promised He Would Love Me” on Sunday, June 4 after service at Kingdom Dynamics Bookstore at First Church of God on North Shore Road. A spokesperson said, “Marriage is a beautiful gift from God that comes with many benefits, but how many of us know that as beautiful as it is, it... Read more of this article

Storybook Parade ‘Tutus & Superheroes’

Storybook Parade ‘Tutus & Superheroes’

The Bermuda Youth Library will be having a storybook parade “Tutus & Superheroes” on Saturday, June 3rd from 9.45am to 11.00am. A spokesperson said, “The Youth Library is having a storybook parade “Tutus & Superheroes” on Saturday, June 3rd from 9:45 a.m. – 11:00 am to promote the fact that reading is fun! “We are challenging... Read more of this article

Kaleidoscope ‘Spring Jamboree’ This Saturday

Kaleidoscope ‘Spring Jamboree’ This Saturday

This Saturday [April 29] from 9:30am to 3:00pm, Kaleidoscope Arts Foundation invites the community to attend the Spring Jamboree, a fun-filled family event that hopes to bring literacy to life. The Jamboree is based on 6 carefully chosen children’s books. Each book is brought to life under the story tree and then animated through lively games... Read more of this article

Dr Douglas Wins Outstanding Book Award

Dr Douglas Wins Outstanding Book Award

Dr. Ty-Ron Douglas’ book “Border Crossing Brothas: Black Males Navigating Race, Place and Complex Space” has won a 2017 Society of Professors of Education Outstanding Book Award. To commemorate the occasion, a book signing and award presentation will be held at the American Educational Research Association [AERA] tomorrow [April 28] in San... 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

Photos: Kingdom Dynamics Bookstore New Look

Photos: Kingdom Dynamics Bookstore New Look

The Kingdom Dynamics Bookstore, which is under the leadership of Bishop Vernon G. Lambe and located at the First Church of God on North Shore Road, has a new look. “One can visit and enjoy our vast array of inspiring Christian Literature, as we are hosting some of the newest and bestselling Christian books on the market,” a spokesperson... Read more of this article

Youth Library Will Be Closed Next Week

Youth Library Will Be Closed Next Week

The Government has advised the public that the Youth Library on Church Street in Hamilton will be closed next week [April 17th - 22nd] for system upgrades and repairs. They will open again at 9.00am on April 25th.   Related StoriesChildren’s Author Tish Rabe To Visit Schools Summer Schedule: Youth Library Hours Change Photos:... Read more of this article

Reading & Discussion With Nicole Dennis-Benn

Reading & Discussion With Nicole Dennis-Benn

OUTBermuda is co-hosting a book reading and discussion with the Bermuda National Library and the Friends of the Bermuda Library on Wednesday, April 12th, with the event to feature Nicole Dennis- Benn. A spokesperson said, “OUTBermuda is proud to partner with the Bermuda National Library and Friends of the Bermuda Library, to welcome author and lecturer,... Read more of this article

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