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BNT Nature Walk Postponed Due To Weather

BNT Nature Walk Postponed Due To Weather

The Bermuda National Trust [BNT] Children’s Nature Walk at Spittal Pond which was scheduled for this morning [Feb 14] has been postponed due to the inclement weather. A spokesperson said, “The Children’s Nature Walk at Spittal Pond which was scheduled for this morning has been postponed due to the inclement weather. A new date in the spring will... Read more of this article

Baseball: Spring League Registration Now Open

Baseball: Spring League Registration Now Open

Registration is now open for the 2019 Spring League with five divisions including Tee Ball: Ages 4 & 5, Rookie Minors: Ages 6 & 7, Rookie Majors: Ages 8 & 9, Cal Ripken: Ages 10 to 12, and Babe Ruth: Ages 13 to 16. The YAO Bermuda website said, “We will have five divisions, based on your child’s age as of May 1st, 2019. There will... Read more of this article

Photos: TMR Holds Youth Mountain Bike Series

Photos: TMR Holds Youth Mountain Bike Series

Tokio Millennium Re held their final Youth Mountain Bike Series this past weekend, in partnership with Bicycle Works and the Bermuda Bicycle Association [BBA]. The last event in the series always finishes with a raffle and a parents’ race where they have to ride their children’s bikes, making for an amusing race and a fun way to round off the series. Freddie... Read more of this article

Montessori School 2 Christmas Hamper Donation

Montessori School 2 Christmas Hamper Donation

Students of Bermuda Montessori School 2, today [Dec 5], donated Christmas hampers to two seniors within the Sandys community. A spokesperson said, “Throughout the month of November our students generously donated non-perishable and canned food items to the school’s hamper. “We believe it is important to teach our little ones the significance... Read more of this article

Bill To Amend Children Act 1998 To Be Tabled

Bill To Amend Children Act 1998 To Be Tabled

[Updated] The Ministry of Legal Affairs will be tabling a Bill on Friday to “amend the Children Act 1998 with regard to litigation guardians, “Attorney General Kathy Lynn Simmons said. Minister Simmons said, “The Bill seeks to remove ambiguity concerning the appointment of litigation guardians and strengthen the existing framework that... Read more of this article

Photos & Video: Children Greet Santa At Airport

Photos & Video: Children Greet Santa At Airport

Staff from The Annex Toys were joined by children from Creative Touch Home Preschool at the L.F. Wade International Airport today [Nov 23], where they welcomed Santa Claus who arrived in Bermuda on a Delta flight.Santa sat down with the children for a chat and presented them with gifts, later joining them in singing Christmas carols. Santa will be... Read more of this article

Calendar Celebrates Camp Hope’s Anniversary

Calendar Celebrates Camp Hope’s Anniversary

Camp Hope will be celebrating its 50th Anniversary next year, and the presentation of a Camp Hope Commemorative Calendar to Norbert Simons, Director of Youth and Sports was held yesterday [Nov 20] at the Youth & Sports Department Office on Wesley Street. Edwin Whitfield, Charryse Bean from Youth, Sports and Recreation. McDonald Tucker and Daniel... Read more of this article

Warwick Academy Celebrates ‘Art Of Books’

Warwick Academy Celebrates ‘Art Of Books’

The Warwick Academy Library recently celebrated books in print form with its 15th Book Week dedicated to “The Art of Books.” A spokesperson said, “Recent studies reveal that ebook sales are falling while sales of paper books are growing – and the shift is being driven by younger generations. The digital revolution in the field of publishing... Read more of this article

KATKiDS To Host Night Market Tomorrow

KATKiDS To Host Night Market Tomorrow

The Bermuda-based international charity KATKiDS will be hosting it’s 12th annual KATKiDS Night Market tomorrow [Nov 16] from 5.30pm to 8.30pm at Upper Pier 6 on Front Street in Hamilton. A spokesperson said, “KATKiDS Night Market is an exotic and unique event that raises funds for children in need in Bermuda, Nepal and Africa. All of the proceeds... Read more of this article

Family Centre Set To Host ‘Day Of Giving’

Family Centre Set To Host ‘Day Of Giving’

Family Centre is joining the efforts of organizations around the world in honour of Universal Children’s Day “to raise awareness of the continuing need to value the lives, growth, and development, of children.” A spokesperson said, “Universal Children’s Day was established by the United Nations in 1954 to improve child welfare... Read more of this article

Dismont: Paramount & Community Responsibility

Dismont: Paramount & Community Responsibility

“The recent media information and investigations with regards to the care and treatment of children should have us all extraordinarily concerned,” Executive Director of the Family Centre Martha Dismont said, adding that “the concern for the well-being of children is necessary, paramount, and a community responsibility.” “Clearly,... Read more of this article

Coalition’s Response To The Throne Speech

Coalition’s Response To The Throne Speech

The Coalition for the Protection of Children said they “see some positive initiatives” in this year’s Throne Speech and “look forward to seeing action on items relating to these commitments that track areas where families struggle and require assistance.” A spokesperson said, “We are encouraged by the government’s clear... Read more of this article

Students Initiated In Rotary Interact Clubs

Students Initiated In Rotary Interact Clubs

Over 60 Interact students were recently initiated in three Rotary Interact Clubs in Bermuda. These included students from Somersfield Academy, Mount St. Agnes and the Hamilton Rotary Club Community Interact Club. The Hamilton Rotary Club Community group consists of close to 30 students who attend both Public and Private schools on the island. Presenting... Read more of this article