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Photos & Video: PLP C1 Branch Easter Egg Hunt

Photos & Video: PLP C1 Branch Easter Egg Hunt

MP Renee Ming and the members of Progressive Labour Party [PLP] Constituency #1 Branch held their 13th annual Easter egg hunt this afternoon [April 20] at East End Primary School, with the event including an appearance by Bel the Easter Bunny, egg hunts, refreshments, kite flying, games, vendors, face painting, hot dogs, cupcakes, a performance by the... Read more of this article

Tumble Tots Celebrating 34th Anniversary

Tumble Tots Celebrating 34th Anniversary

Tumble Tots Bermuda is celebrating its 34th anniversary this year, as 34 years ago, Anne Hines and Christine DeSilva, both having worked in education for over 40 years, recognized a need. The two of them founded the Bermuda Gymnastics Association and grew to realize that parents also sought a program, not offered at that time, designed specifically... Read more of this article

Kids Duathlon Race To Take Place On April 26th

Kids Duathlon Race To Take Place On April 26th

Friday April 26th will see Front Street filled with crowds to cheer on local and visiting young athletes in the RenaissanceRe Kids Duathlon at 6.30pm. Aspiring young athletes will experience the famous ITU blue carpet finish, as children from 7 to 15 years old will run and bike along Front Street, on the same race course that the world’s top triathletes... Read more of this article

BAEYC To Hold ‘Week Of Young Child’ Events

BAEYC To Hold ‘Week Of Young Child’ Events

The Bermuda Association for the Education of Young Children [BAEYC] will be celebrating the official opening of the Week of the Young Child on Monday, April 8th on the steps of City Hall at 10.00am. There will be musical selections by children from various schools. Schedule of events:Saturday, April 6th or Sunday, April 7th, 2019 – Attend a church... Read more of this article

Children’s Spittal Pond Nature Walk Tomorrow

Children’s Spittal Pond Nature Walk Tomorrow

Hundreds of children are expected to head out into nature tomorrow [April 4] when the Bermuda National Trust’s annual children’s Nature Walk takes place at Spittal Pond. This firm favourite for many holiday camps and families takes place from 9.30am until noon, starts from the eastern end of Spittal Pond and is free thanks to the sponsorship of... Read more of this article

Children’s Spittal Pond Nature Walk On April 4

Children’s Spittal Pond Nature Walk On April 4

The Bermuda National Trust [BNT] will host the Annual Children’s Nature Walk at Spittal Pond on Thursday, April 4, from 9.30am to 12.00pm. The BNT website said, “The BNT Children’s Nature Walk takes place at Spittal Pond – one of Bermuda’s most spectacular open spaces covering 64-acres of wetlands along South Shore. It is Bermuda’s largest... Read more of this article

Photos & Results: Schools Cycling Race Series

Photos & Results: Schools Cycling Race Series

The Bermuda Cycling Academy Victoria Park Criterium was held this morning [March 31] with riders taking a route around Victoria Park that included Dundonald Street, Park Road, Washington Street, Victoria Street and Cedar Avenue. Incorporated into today’s event was the start of the Schools Cycling Race Series. An online post said, “The Bermuda... Read more of this article

Castle Masters To Host Another Fun Day

Castle Masters To Host Another Fun Day

A family fun day filled with food, games and entertainment – that is what’s promised this weekend for those who attend Castle Master’s event. Taking place on Sunday, March 31 from 11am to 5pm, the business owned by local couple Talia and Rohaan Simons will offer a mini-carnival atmosphere, complete with fun castles, slides, Games, Tattoos,... Read more of this article

Photos: WA Primary Annual Easter Competition

Photos: WA Primary Annual Easter Competition

A dazzling display of Easter-themed items was on display as Warwick Academy Primary school held their Annual Easter Competition as the student prepare for their holidays. Students from Year 1 through 6 had the opportunity to make an entry in any of the following categories: cakes, cards, posters, Easter hats, flower arrangements, artificial flowers... Read more of this article

Get Kids From Behind Screens And Into Nature

Get Kids From Behind Screens And Into Nature

A film designed to get children and teenagers out from behind their screens and into nature will be screened this week in Bermuda – and the director will be on hand to introduce it and to answer questions. “Project Wild Thing” is a film about the disconnection between children and nature. It was a topic that had become deeply disturbing to award-winning... Read more of this article

BELCO Launches Kite Safety Poster Competition

BELCO Launches Kite Safety Poster Competition

As part of their annual kite campaign, BELCO is holding a Kite Safety Poster Competition, open to all P1 and P2 students. Students have until 5:00pm on April 1st to submit their kite safety posters to BELCO. A spokesperson said, “Children in primary school years 1 and 2 have been learning about kite safety over the past month and now is their... Read more of this article

Youth Sailors Attend Women On The Water Clinic

Youth Sailors Attend Women On The Water Clinic

Twenty one female sailors ranging in age from nine through 15 years old recently took part in a ‘Women on the Water Clinic’ in honour of International Women’s Day. Endeavour Community Sailing teamed up with Bermuda Optimist Dinghy Association [BODA] to host the event. A spokesperson said, “Endeavour Community Sailing, a non-profit... Read more of this article

Photos: Southampton Parish Host ‘STEMposium’

Photos: Southampton Parish Host ‘STEMposium’

On Saturday [March 16], the Southampton Parish Council hosted its first ‘STEMposium’ at the Dalton E. Tucker School. More than 60 children and their parents from the Parish attended the free event where the children completed experiments, found their own solutions to problems, and used engineering principles while learning ‘how things work’. A... Read more of this article