It was a good Good Friday on the Rock
Bermuda has again returned to a sense of normalcy, as Easter Weekend kicked off yesterday with Good Friday activities, from one end of the island to another, to everywhere in between.
A reenactment of Jesus’ crucifixion was conducted in St. George’s, there was go-kart racing in St. David’s later on in the day and Bailey’s Bay Cricket Club hosted a family fun day.
TNN then moved up through the Cleveland County/Harris Bay areas, who enjoyed kite-flying and marble competitions.
As previously reported, Boulevard Blazers hosted a friendly football game between older and younger members, as well as other activities honoring the late great fallen soldiers of the club and Bermuda as a whole.
Given the Bermudaful weather, Horseshoe Bay on the south shore was busy with tourists and locals alike; swimming, flying kites and just enjoying the sun.
Heading further westward, the White Hill community enjoyed events at the Death Valley field and playground and TNN did a live video feed of the Open Heart Foundation’s fun and free day
at Warren Simmons field in Somerset.
It appeared to be a peaceful day throughout the island and no police reports of any road accidents or antisocial behavior, to TNN’s knowledge.
Easter activities are planned for tomorrow, with several church services throughout the island, starting with 6 a.m. Sunday Sunrise Services, Happy Easter Bermuda.