The Internet Gods were not smiling down on me yesterday but I'm hoping for a little more luck today! The new-look website should be available by the end of today but, don't worry, you'll still be kept up-to-date no matter what version of the site is up. Here are the latest Bermuda events:
Now that summer has officially ended, Lemon Tree are trying to empty out their fridge and would like us to help this Friday, October 26th! If you attended any of their Random Animal in the Park Parties this summer (Pig, Fish or Cow in the Park), then you simply have to wear your tshirt to get 2-for-1 drinks all night. If you didn't get one already, you can buy one for $25. The All in the Park Party will also be the last Lemon Tree Happy Hour of the season and will run from 5pm until midnight.
If all goes well, this should be the last post you see on the current site as the new-look NTDIB.com is unveiled next week! I for one am very excited about it and can't wait to show you all (really hope you all like it). Here's are the latest things to do in Bermuda:
The next Chewstick Griot Session tomorrow, Saturday, October 20th promises dancehall vibes with E-Levelz, preceded by opening act Corvin Melody and followed by an after party with Lenky Bwoy. Admission is $10, doors open at 9pm and showtime is at 10pm. For more details, contact 292-2439 or visit www.chewstick.org.
Hopefully, you have all survived Rafael unscathed! Does it seem to you like all the 2012 hurricanes are just playing with us so far? Let's not complain about that though, as it sure beats the alternative! Although it would be kind of nice if just one would give us a day off work – what’s with all the weekends and evenings, Mother Nature? Anyway, here’s what’s coming up in Bermuda:
Think there would be a large amount of interest in a Conversational Portuguese class at Bermuda College? Vasco Da Gama, the Portuguese culture club, think so and would like your support! A representative will be at Vasco Da Gama Club at 51 Reid Street tonight from 8pm and many different topics will be addressed. The meeting is open to everyone. For more information, contact 292-7196 or firstname.lastname@example.org.