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The St. George's Foundation was shocked and saddened to learn of the sudden passing of Colin Smith. Colin (far left) was a great support to our Jerry Weldon (far right), who worked at Deliverance up until he died earlier this month. We send our deepest condolences to his family and friends. ... See MoreSee Less
18 hours ago
Stop by World Heritage Centre tonight from 6-10pm for Art Walk Bermuda: Carnival of Light
Special 'Art Walk' Exhibits:
'Paradise Dreams' by Samantha Gosling
Model Ships Exhibit by Milton Hill
Bermuda Kites Exhibit by Dennis Trott
Newly Restored 1930's Panoramic Paintings by Emile Verpilleux
400 Years of Famous St. Georgians
St. George's - Gateway to Bermuda
PLUS 12 min virtual walking tour film, 'A Stroll Through St. George's... AND shopping for treasurers in Second Hand Rose!
See you tonight!!!!! #artwalkbda ... See MoreSee Less
3 days ago
We are getting all set for #artwalkbda! Visit World Heritage Centre tonight right after you park at Tiger Bay to see Samantha Gosling's exhibit Paradise Dreams.
Plus ... Bermuda kites, and newly restored 1930 panoramic landscapes by Emile Verpilleux! See you tonight from 6-10! ... See MoreSee Less
3 days ago
How do you move two historic heavy cannons? Very carefully and with a huge crane!
Yesterday we posted about the move, and wanted to give you more pictures and details. Crews from the Corporation of St. George's and Island Construction carefully lifted by crane the two historic 24-pounder cannon and their badly corroded iron carriages for transport up to the National Museum of Bermuda, where the cannon will be carefully wire-brushed and repainted and the less corroded of the two carriages retained for the Museum's artillery
Mayor of St. George's Garth Rothwell, Town Manager Candy-Lee Foggo of the Corporation of St. George's, National Museum Executive Director Dr. Edward Harris, St. George's Foundation Executive Director Dr. Charlotte Andrews, and Visitor Information Manager Phillip Anderson were all on hand to oversee the removal of the guns and their carriages, along with a good crowd of visitors and residents. As we mentioned, once conserved, the guns will be back on King's Square by mid-April, with two brand new carriages ordered from from artillery conservator and ironworks from John Slough of London. Another great collaboration between Bermuda's cultural partners and the Town of St. George!
Thanks to Dr. Harris for these great photos! ... See MoreSee Less
How do you move two historic heavy cannons? Very carefully and with a huge crane! Yesterday we pos...
3 days ago