Onion Day is May 17th

 

Celebrating the reason why Bermudians are known as “ONIONS”

All day …10 to 4 at Carter House, Southside, St David’s

On Saturday the 17th May, 2014

Sit off in the Carter House grounds surrounded by roses, endemic and native plants and trees, and sample some traditional and in some cases very unusual onion dishes.

Tour Carter House Museum with our Curator Dolores Harrison and with Larry Mills, learn about the Settler’s Dwelling c. 1612, what we like to call the First Government House for Governor Richard Moore and his wife.

The Plein Aire painters will be on site all day painting scenes of Bermuda’s first 100 years. Come and watch art in the process of creation. If you are lucky you may be able to purchase one before the paint is dry!

“A place to sit in silence and let the past speak to you”

Onion Day copy

 

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