The Weekender – Jan. 28th
The last gasp of January doesn’t exactly scream fun; the frigid conditions and snow days are enough to convince even the most dedicated winter enthusiast to investigate living in Bermuda.
Whether you are staying in or going out, we’ve got you covered when the weekend hits. Scroll on for a tasty trio of ideas to liven up Saturday and Sunday!
Stream Tunes From Local Bands
With the desperately needed return of dine in eating and live shows on Monday, music heads will finally be able to get out to gigs again next month.
When shows happen, you can be sure the Queens stage will be packed.
In the meantime, hit up our curated playlists to reintroduce yourself to the wealth of talent in the local scene. Stream a few EPs while you are cooking dinner or puttering around. Even something as simple as a follow and a few likes to their Insta posts can support the artists!
Hit Up Virtual Sunday at the MacLaren
In addition to an online PA day program, the MacLaren hosts another virtual Sunday this weekend. Ideal for the art inclined in your clan, this week the teacher led program will encourage the kiddos to create clay figures inspired by the art in the gallery.
Pre-registration is required by Friday, so it’s best to hit up the gallery’s website to get in while the getting is good.
Take An Eco-Tour @ The Wye Marsh
Grab the cold weather lovers in your life and head out to the Wye Marsh for a hike across the tundra. This is the perfect excursion to fill up your Insta reels with wildlife and woodlands shots. Moreover, it’s great cardio.
Pre- registration is needed, so connect with the Wye Marsh website to snag your spot!
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