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Photos & Video: Lighting Of City’s Christmas Tree

Photos & Video: Lighting Of City’s Christmas Tree

The City of Hamilton held their Rockin’ Around the City Tree event last night [Nov 27], inviting the public to stop by City Hall to “join Santa for some free festive and socially distanced photo ops.” The event also saw musical performances, the lighting of the Christmas tree, and the City make a $5,000 donation to Tomorrow’s Voices –... Read more of this article

Coral Beats To Give Pop Up Performance Tonight

Coral Beats To Give Pop Up Performance Tonight

The all-woman percussion band Coral Beats will be performing at the Ducking Stool Park parking area tonight [Nov 27] at beginning at 6.30pm, with the band encouraging the public to “to drive by along North Shore to hear them play.” A spokesperson said, “Coral Beats will perform a free pop up selection of samba and reggae beats at the... Read more of this article

Video: Terron Webb Named ‘Remarkable Teen’

Video: Terron Webb Named ‘Remarkable Teen’

Young Bermudian singer Terron Webb has been named as one of the winners of The 25 Most Remarkable Teens Award 2020 in St. Kitts and Nevis, where he currently resides. The teen’s award profile says, “A ball of bright and bubbly energy is what you get when presented with the young and talented Terron Webb. He works hard at everything he does... Read more of this article

Saltus To Feature In Movie ‘Deadly Doula’

Saltus To Feature In Movie ‘Deadly Doula’

Saltus had its ’15 minutes of fame’ when Triventure Films used the school field to film part of their upcoming movie, Deadly Doula directed by Ryan Dewar. A spokesperson said, “They worked with local company, Burnt House Productions, that is co-owned by Saltus Alum, Andrew Kirkpatrick ‘03 and Nhuri Bashir. Some of the Saltus Year 3 and... Read more of this article

Olde Towne Carolers To Perform At City Hall

Olde Towne Carolers To Perform At City Hall

The Olde Towne Carolers will perform a-capella at City Hall’s Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony on Friday [Nov 27], starting 6.45pm. A spokesperson said, “Planning Factory Bermuda is pleased to announce the Bermudian Entertainment Group, The Olde Towne Carolers, will perform a-capella at City Hall’s Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony on Friday, November... Read more of this article

Bacardi Asks Fans To Join In Conga Remake

Bacardi Asks Fans To Join In Conga Remake

Bermuda headquartered Bacardí rum is “challenging rum fans around the world to find their rhythm and do what moves them through song, dance and the power of “Conga” as part of its latest campaign, Conga Feat. You.” A spokesperson said, “Reimagining the song that catapulted Miami Sound Machine’s Emilio and Gloria Estefan to international... Read more of this article

John Seymour Awarded Arts Council Grant

John Seymour Awarded Arts Council Grant

Talented local musician John Seymour is the recipient of a Bermuda Arts Council [BAC] grant and was recently presented with a cheque for $3,000. A Government spokesperson said, “Recently the Minister of Youth, Culture and Sports, Dr. the Hon. Ernest Peets, JP, presented musician John Seymour with a cheque for $3,000, and congratulated him as a... Read more of this article

BUEI Host Screening Of ‘A Life On Our Planet’

BUEI Host Screening Of ‘A Life On Our Planet’

On November 19th, the Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute [BUEI] hosted a screening of the film ‘A Life on Our Planet’ – presented by Sir David Attenborough, for Bermuda’s school administrators, government officials and environmental advocates. A spokesperson said, “The presentation of this documentary supports BUEI’s mission to... Read more of this article

Rockin’ Around The City Tree On November 27

Rockin’ Around The City Tree On November 27

The City of Hamilton is inviting the public to stop by City Hall this Friday [Nov 27] from 7:00pm till 9:00pm to “join Santa for some free festive and socially distanced photo ops. ” A spokesperson said, “The public is reminded that this Friday at City Hall is the official kick-off to the festive season in Hamilton as the City tree takes... Read more of this article

Ruth Thomas Receives Edgar Humann Award

Ruth Thomas Receives Edgar Humann Award

The Bermuda Festival of the Performing Arts recently awarded the annual Edgar Humann Award of Merit to Ruth Thomas. A spokesperson said, “The Bermuda Festival of the Performing Arts held its annual Edgar Humann Award of Merit on November 4th, 2020. This year’s recipient was the fascinating Ruth Thomas, MBE. “The Festival was very pleased... Read more of this article

Holiday Wrapping Paper Competition Winners

Holiday Wrapping Paper Competition Winners

The Bermuda National Gallery and Goslings Rum announced that Jonathan Marc Boden and Kayley Gibbons are the winners of their first annual Holiday Wrapping Paper Design Competition. Artists and designers – both professional and amateur – were invited to submit designs for a Black Seal inspired wrapping paper which will be produced this holiday season... Read more of this article

MarketPlace Christmas Parade Traffic Advisory

MarketPlace Christmas Parade Traffic Advisory

The MarketPlace Christmas Parade this Sunday [Nov 29] will last from 5:00 pm until approximately 7:30 pm and will consist of up to 20 vehicles that will travel as a procession under police escort, and motorists are “advised to use alternative routes to avoid the Christmas Parade.” A Government spokesperson said, “The Ministry of Public... Read more of this article

Dec 12: PALS 40th Annual Holiday Fair & Raffle

Dec 12: PALS 40th Annual Holiday Fair & Raffle

P.A.L.S. is getting set to host their 40th annual Holiday Fair and Raffle on Saturday, December 12th from 9.00am to 3.00pm at the PALS office on Point Finger Road in Paget. The event poster says, “Come and enjoy tasty sandwiches and soups, the PALS thrift shop, all your favorite stalls, craft tent, bake sale, plant sale, and raffle draw at 3pm. For... Read more of this article