• National Heroes Guidelines: Criteria and Selection Process
    A National Hero is a person who is admired and acknowledged for their courage, outstanding achievements, and noble qualities.

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  • The Carifesta Showcase
    Featuring Bermuda's Delegation to Carifesta XIII

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  • Uncover the Arts 2017-2018
    Uncover the Arts consists of a variety of programmes which are designed to offer Bermuda’s winter visitors a choice of activities. This programme is organized to run from November to March.

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  • Bermudian Heartbeats
    "A Walk Around the Admiralty"

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  • “Our Earl is 100 Years Young!”
    Earl Cameron, CBE

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  • Bermuda International Gombey Festival 2017

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  • Saturday Night Live
    December 9th & 16th, 2017 9pm til 11pm At The Grand Located at 39 Church Street, Hamilton

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  • “The Persistence of Tradition: Masking in West Africa, Haiti and Bermuda”
    Dr. Chika Okeke-Agulu, Associate Professor of Art and Archaeology/Center for African-American Studies, Princeton University

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  • Bermudian Heartbeats
    Lecture Series April 2016 - March 2017. The Historical Heartbeats Lecture Series features a monthly event highlighting our island's rich historical and cultural heritage, for Bermuda residents and visitors alike.

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  • The Bermuda Arts Council
    c/o Department Of Community And Cultural Affairs

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 Lance Hayward was a blind pianist, but had the eyes of musical knowledge.  He performed with Frankie Rabain on guitar and Clarence 'Tootsie' Bean on drums.  When he moved to the United States he had great successes

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