Final Harbour Nights Of 2021 To Be Held Tonight

August 25, 2021 | 0 Comments

The Bank of Butterfield is set to host the final evening of Harbour Nights 2021, taking place tonight [Aug 25] from 7.00pm until 10.00pm on Front Street with family activities, fun games and free giveaways.

A spokesperson said, “The Bank of N.T. Butterfield & Son Limited [Butterfield] is set to host the final evening of Harbour Nights 2021, taking place tomorrow from 7 p.m. until 10 p.m. on Front Street with family activities, fun games and free giveaways.

“In addition to offerings from 32 confirmed vendors, including local artisans, crafters, chefs and a DJ, the evening will feature two Butterfield stations providing attendees with a 360 degree photo booth experience, a ‘Spin to Win’ wheel with prizes and a number of free Butterfield-branded giveaways. The Butterfield stations will be staffed by employees who have volunteered their time to support the much-loved community event.

The Harbour Nights 2021 logo by Bermuda Biscuits, one of the 32 local vendors participating this year

Harbour Nights 2021 logo by Bermuda Biscuits

“’Power Girl’ Patrina O’Connor-Paynter will also be featuring live stories, updates and interviews from the event on social media.”

Kendaree Burgess, CEO of the Bermuda Chamber of Commerce, the organisation in charge of Harbour Nights 2021, said, “We encourage the community to join us for the last Harbour Nights of the year.

“Come and have fun and support our local businesses knowing your safety has been a priority throughout the six-week series with all Covid-19 requirements adhered to. Once again, we thank Butterfield for their generous support as lead sponsor this year and look forward to a final evening of celebration.”

Michael Neff, Butterfield’s Managing Director of Bermuda, said, “It has been fantastic to see the safe return of Harbour Nights and the feel good summer atmosphere it has brought back to Front Street. We have been pleased to step-up our involvement this year by covering the participation fees for vendors, in addition to hosting the final evening, and hope it has provided a welcome boost to their businesses.”

“Attendees will be required to wear face masks and must present a SafeKey to support personal care vendors [such as hair braiding and massages] and to enter the food court,” a spokesperson said.

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