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OUTBermuda ‘In Good Company’ Event

OUTBermuda invites you to join the first ever ‘In Good Company’ community engagement event. The purpose is simple and important, to invite you into meaningful conversation on issues affecting Bermuda’s LGBTQ community, to build community and to shape the future of OUTBermuda.

Date: Saturday, January 28

Time: 10 AM – 3PM

Location: Hamilton Princess

 

Whats planned?

10:00am – 12:30pm, World Cafe
There’s no better way to hear from you about things that matter than over a cup of coffee (or tea!).

12:30pm – 1:00pm Lunch (It’s on us!)

1:00pm – 3:00pm, Open Space Brainstorming
Let’s get into specifics: tell us what you think about OUTBermuda’s priorities and planned initiatives.

Dress Code: Casual

Please RSVP by email to OUTBermuda@gmail.com by Friday, January 20th, 2017

Fantasy Pride Summer Night Cruise | July 10

DJ Lady Blazian and DJ Quiet Storm present the party we’ve all been waiting for… FANTASY PRIDE, a summer night cruise aboard the MV Destiny on Friday, July 10 from 11PM-3AM. Tickets are $50, which includes a complimentary rum swizzle and hors d’oeuvres. Cash bar. Bathing suits are optional (personally, we plan to get wet)!

Rumba°r Rainbow Wednesdays – Valentine’s Edition

It’s the Wednesday before Valentine’s Day… Come out, meet and greet, LOVE who you are, and BE YOURSELF! ♥

Rumba°r Lounge & Rainbow Alliance of Bermuda present Rumba°r Rainbow Wednesdays: a fun, LGBTQ-friendly, wider community welcoming social event (bring your friends)!

DJ Lady Blazian will be back again providing you with groovy house, pop, r&b and reggae beats. Rumba°r will supply the drinks and eats, and Rainbow Alliance will have some very special WORLDPRIDE giveaways! See you at Victoria Grill/Rumba°r Lounge, February 11 2015, from 6-10 PM.

Harvard’s Hasty Pudding Theatricals marks the 50th anniversary of their annual trip to Bermuda

It’s springtime in Bermuda, which means that hundreds of college students are visiting our shores for some fun in the sun, and a much-needed break from exams and lectures (not to mention the cold weather!).

Among these spring breakers are a large number of students from Harvard University – mainly, members of the Hasty Pudding Institute of 1770. 2014 marks the 50th anniversary of their annual trip to Bermuda, and they bring with them a huge infusion of culture, music, and fit young visitors! ;)

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Upcoming Rainbow-Friendly Events!

The festive season is upon us! Here’s what’s coming up on the events scene:

Oct. 31: Halloween Party at Casey’s Bar and Lounge
Nov. 1: Nightmare on Queen Street at Lemon Tree Cafe/Par-la-ville Park
Nov. 2: Bermuda Rainbow Pride Celebration Party at Victoria Grill/Rumbar
Nov. 3: Art Walk in the East in the Old Towne of St. George’s
Nov. 10: A Remembrance Day Winter White Party at Margarita Bar & Grill

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BNG & CURB COLLABORATION: Two Words & a Comma

Citizens Uprooting Racism in Bermuda in collaboration with Bermuda National Gallery present a series of weekly, social justice lunchtime lectures during the BNG’s Art & Social Change Exhibition entitled “Eyes on the World”.  We look forward to welcoming you to these enriching learning opportunities.

Please join us for the next in the series of Bermuda National Gallery‘s free lecture series this Wednesday at 12:30:

TIME TO INCLUDE: PERSONAL STORIES, PUBLIC ADVOCACY

Ordinary people have long driven the advancement of human rights around the globe, and Bermuda is no exception. Come and hear about the importance of Bermudian stories and individual experiences in the Two Words and a Comma campaign to include protection against discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation in Bermuda’s Human Rights Act.

CURB & BNG 12:30 – 1:30 pm

Location: Bermuda National Gallery (BNG), City Hall, 2nd Floor, Church St, Hamilton, Bermuda
Date: Wednesday, 10th April
Presenter: Suzanne Mayall, Two Words & A Comma