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Sum­mer Ac­tiv­ity

WHERE: As­pire Zone

WHEN: Un­til Au­gust 15

TIME: 8am – 2pm

Chil­dren can en­joy the var­i­ous ac­tiv­i­ties such as foot­ball, taek­wondo, swim­ming, gymnastics, aer­o­bics, and recre­ational games.

Desert Rose Ex­hi­bi­tion WHERE: Katara Art Stu­dio B19

WHEN: On­go­ing till July 25

TIME: 10am – 10pm

The ex­hi­bi­tion fea­tures the na­ture and ar­chi­tec­ture of Qatar, con­tin­ues till July

25. The ex­hi­bi­tion in­cludes 34 pic­tures as a se­lec­tion of the works of the Bri­tish pho­tog­ra­pher who took tens of thou­sands of pho­tos dur­ing his five years in Qatar as a film­maker and pho­tog­ra­pher. He cap­tured the coun­try’s land and sea, and high­lighted the beauty of its im­pres­sive ar­chi­tec­ture and its unique mu­se­ums.

Cheer at Sharq Arena WHERE: Al Qareb Ball­room

WHEN: On­go­ing till July 16

TIME: 11am – 1am

Sharq Arena is host­ing un­for­get­table moments for foot­ball lovers this sea­son. The matches will air live, daily. Fans can en­joy a menu that per­fectly pairs with the lively at­mos­phere. Pop­u­la­tion Growth in Qatar: An open dis­cus­sion WHERE: QNL

WHEN: To­mor­row

TIME: 12pm – 01pm

On the oc­ca­sion of World Pop­u­la­tion Day, Qatar Na­tional Li­brary in as­so­ci­a­tion with the Min­istry of De­vel­op­ment Plan­ning and Sta­tis­tics is or­gan­is­ing an open dis­cus­sion on pop­u­la­tion growth in Qatar and its im­pact on var­i­ous as­pects and vi­able so­lu­tions to its en­su­ing chal­lenges.

Chore­og­ra­phy Lessons - Brazil­ian Zouk

WHERE: Mu­sic and Arts Ate­lier near MOI WHEN: On­go­ing till Septem­ber 15 Brazil­ian zouk is char­ac­terised by the dancers’ un­du­lat­ing bod­ies and the girls’ flow­ing hair. Dancer or not, de­pend­ing on the style of Brazil­ian zouk, you’ll be able to choose con­nec­tion and em­brace with long grace­ful steps. The fi­nal per­for­mance is sched­uled to be on 15 Septe­me­ber as a flash­mob.

Spe­cial Needs Sum­mer Camp WHERE: HOPE Qatar Cen­ter for Spe­cial Needs

WHEN: July 16 – Au­gust 15 TIME: 8:30am – 12:30pm

HOPE Qatar Cen­ter for Spe­cial Needs is or­gan­is­ing a very unique sum­mer camp bring­ing to­gether chil­dren with and with­out spe­cial needs in a fun and en­ter­tain­ment filled pro­gramme from July 16 – Au­gust 15. This camp led by a multi­na­tional team will en­hance em­pa­thy, team­work, and friend­ships be­tween the dif­fer­ently abled chil­dren and other chil­dren aged 4 – 18. The camp will run for 5 days a week from 8:30am – 12:30pm for one month and in­clude var­i­ous edu­tain­ment ac­tiv­i­ties. For de­tails, call 55751754 / 55385687

Sum­mer Camp

WHERE: Mu­sic Lounge

WHEN: On­go­ing till Au­gust 30

TIME: 9am – 12pm

This sum­mer camp is de­signed to give ev­ery camper a skill to cre­ate mu­sic through spe­cial train­ing in mu­si­cal in­stru­ments pi­ano, gui­tar and drums, to vi­su­alise child’s limitless imag­i­na­tion and bring it to cre­ative vi­su­als through art and craft. This camp will de­velop their com­mu­ni­ca­tion skills through train­ing in pub­lic speak­ing along with hip hop dance, warm up ex­er­cises, karate and yoga.

Sum­mer Camps

WHERE: Ma­mangam Per­form­ing Art Cen­tre, Al Hi­lal

WHEN: On­go­ing till Au­gust 31

TIME: 8am – 12:30pm Ma­mangam Per­form­ing Art Cen­tre will be hold­ing Sum­mer Camps in its Al Hi­lal branch for two batches of age groups from 4 -18 yrs. The sum­mer camps will in­clude Yoga, Karate, Art and Craft, Mu­sic, Hip-hop, Bol­ly­wood, In­dian Clas­si­cal and Con­tem­po­rary dance. For de­tails, call 33897609.

Sum­mer Camps


WHEN: On­go­ing

TIME: 8:30am – 1pm

The TCA is hold­ing Sum­mer Camps in its branch for all stu­dents, on­go­ing from June 24. Ev­ery two weeks, a new batch will be­gin for ev­ery child to join and learn new forms of art. The sum­mer camps will in­clude Aba­cus, Draw­ing and Paint­ing, Cal­lig­ra­phy, key­board and dance. The camp will run for 7 days a week from 8:30am – 1pm. You will be able to see the ac­tiv­i­ties and sched­ules that will be held for ev­ery week and reg­is­ter your kid. For de­tails, call 44373259.

Sum­mer Camp for Kids WHERE: Mu­sic and Arts Ate­lier, Villa 57 Bin Om­ran WHEN: On­go­ing till Aug 31

TIME: 7:30am – 2:30pm

Doha’s Kids Sum­mer Camp where artists are made! The A to Z of kid’s sum­mer camp in­cludes art­works, dance and mu­sic lessons. For aged 5 years and above. For regis­tra­tion, con­tact regis­tra­tion@ate­ and mo­bile 33003839.

Soc­cer Fes­ti­val

WHERE: The St. Regis Doha

WHEN: On­go­ing till July 15

TIME: 2pm – 12am

The St. Regis Doha has an­nounced plans to cel­e­brate the month-long soc­cer fes­ti­val and screen all matches to the de­light of foot­ball lovers, to be held till Sun­day July 15. Sarab Lounge and Vine Restau­rant will trans­form their ter­races into foot­ball lounges for foot­ball lovers to en­joy watch­ing ev­ery an­gle of their favourite game, with gi­ant screens to broad­cast the games daily from 2pm – 12am.

Sum­mer En­ter­tain­ment City 2018


WHEN: On­go­ing till Au­gust 31 TIME: 12pm

An amaz­ing range of lo­cal shop­ping stalls will fea­ture prod­ucts from all over the world on the Eid. The Sum­mer Shop­ping Souq has started from June 14 till Au­gust 31. Colour your sum­mer at Doha Ex­hi­bi­tion and Con­ven­tional Cen­tre, West Bay dur­ing Sum­mer En­ter­tain­ment City 2018 with over 75 ac­tiv­i­ties and games, more than 40 food and 132 re­tail out­lets and amaz­ing live per­for­mances. Get set for an ex­cit­ing and event­ful sum­mer in 2018.

Out­door and five-a-side foot­ball pitches

WHERE: As­pire Zone

WHEN: Daily

TIME: 7pm – 11pm

As­pire Zone’s five-a-side foot­ball out­door pitches op­po­site Al Waab Street are avail­able ev­ery day from 7pm – 11pm.

Arab and German Tales Ex­hi­bi­tion

WHERE: Qatar Na­tional Li­brary

WHEN: On­go­ing till Au­gust 18

The ex­hi­bi­tion is or­gan­ised within the frame­work of Qatar–Ger­many Year of Cul­ture and pro­vides an in­sight into the his­tory of Ara­bic and German fairy and folk tales, and how the two tra­di­tions in­flu­enced each other. It aims to show the tran­scul­tural value of nar­ra­tive tra­di­tions as a shared in­tan­gi­ble cul­tural her­itage and high­light mu­tual in­flu­ences, shared ideas and cul­tural trans­fer be­tween the Arab world and Ger­many through sto­ry­telling and tales.

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