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Calendar

October 2017

New to Doha or to Doha Mums. . .or just want to welcome someone who is? Join us for a casual coffee at Starbucks in Hyatt Plaza Mall every Sunday from 10:00-11:30am for a caffeine jolt, great...

Cost: FREE

Where:
Starbucks, Hyatt Plaza

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This exhibition will focus on the exchange of artistic and material cultures between the Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal Empires. Highlighting MIA's masterpiece carpets, among other artworks, from...

Where:
Museum of Islamic Art

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For the second year in a row, young talents are invited to “Discover Tennis with Aspire”. Four certified coaches will teach your kid how to serve in tennis. Basic and advanced levels...

Cost: QR1000

Where:
Aspire Tennis Court


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The word ‘Kufic’ is related to the city of the same name in Iraq, Kufa, and was developed from Hijazi script.  Many Qur’ans are written in Kufic calligraphy which is ...

Cost: FREE

Where:
Museum of Islamic Art, Education Centre


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This exhibition showcases Islamic arms and armour from the private collection of Fadel Al Mansoori. Including both edged weapons and firearms, the objects on display range from the 17th to the 19th...

Cost: FREE

Where:
Museum of Islamic Art


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This exhibition will focus on the exchange of artistic and material cultures between the Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal Empires. Highlighting MIA's masterpiece carpets, among other artworks, from...

Where:
Museum of Islamic Art

More information

For the second year in a row, young talents are invited to “Discover Tennis with Aspire”. Four certified coaches will teach your kid how to serve in tennis. Basic and advanced levels...

Cost: QR1000

Where:
Aspire Tennis Court


Website »

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The word ‘Kufic’ is related to the city of the same name in Iraq, Kufa, and was developed from Hijazi script.  Many Qur’ans are written in Kufic calligraphy which is ...

Cost: FREE

Where:
Museum of Islamic Art, Education Centre


Website »

More information

This exhibition showcases Islamic arms and armour from the private collection of Fadel Al Mansoori. Including both edged weapons and firearms, the objects on display range from the 17th to the 19th...

Cost: FREE

Where:
Museum of Islamic Art


Website »

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New to Doha or to Doha Mums. . .or just want to welcome someone who is? Join us for a casual coffee every Tuesday from 9:30-11:30am for a caffeine jolt, great conversation, and a few laughs! The...

Cost: FREE

Where:
Starbucks, Landmark Mall

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This exhibition will focus on the exchange of artistic and material cultures between the Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal Empires. Highlighting MIA's masterpiece carpets, among other artworks, from...

Where:
Museum of Islamic Art

More information

For the second year in a row, young talents are invited to “Discover Tennis with Aspire”. Four certified coaches will teach your kid how to serve in tennis. Basic and advanced levels...

Cost: QR1000

Where:
Aspire Tennis Court


Website »

More information

The word ‘Kufic’ is related to the city of the same name in Iraq, Kufa, and was developed from Hijazi script.  Many Qur’ans are written in Kufic calligraphy which is ...

Cost: FREE

Where:
Museum of Islamic Art, Education Centre


Website »

More information

This exhibition showcases Islamic arms and armour from the private collection of Fadel Al Mansoori. Including both edged weapons and firearms, the objects on display range from the 17th to the 19th...

Cost: FREE

Where:
Museum of Islamic Art


Website »

More information

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This exhibition will focus on the exchange of artistic and material cultures between the Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal Empires. Highlighting MIA's masterpiece carpets, among other artworks, from...

Where:
Museum of Islamic Art

More information

For the second year in a row, young talents are invited to “Discover Tennis with Aspire”. Four certified coaches will teach your kid how to serve in tennis. Basic and advanced levels...

Cost: QR1000

Where:
Aspire Tennis Court


Website »

More information

The word ‘Kufic’ is related to the city of the same name in Iraq, Kufa, and was developed from Hijazi script.  Many Qur’ans are written in Kufic calligraphy which is ...

Cost: FREE

Where:
Museum of Islamic Art, Education Centre


Website »

More information

This exhibition showcases Islamic arms and armour from the private collection of Fadel Al Mansoori. Including both edged weapons and firearms, the objects on display range from the 17th to the 19th...

Cost: FREE

Where:
Museum of Islamic Art


Website »

More information

Show More...
Show Less...

This exhibition will focus on the exchange of artistic and material cultures between the Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal Empires. Highlighting MIA's masterpiece carpets, among other artworks, from...

Where:
Museum of Islamic Art

More information

For the second year in a row, young talents are invited to “Discover Tennis with Aspire”. Four certified coaches will teach your kid how to serve in tennis. Basic and advanced levels...

Cost: QR1000

Where:
Aspire Tennis Court


Website »

More information

The word ‘Kufic’ is related to the city of the same name in Iraq, Kufa, and was developed from Hijazi script.  Many Qur’ans are written in Kufic calligraphy which is ...

Cost: FREE

Where:
Museum of Islamic Art, Education Centre


Website »

More information

This exhibition showcases Islamic arms and armour from the private collection of Fadel Al Mansoori. Including both edged weapons and firearms, the objects on display range from the 17th to the 19th...

Cost: FREE

Where:
Museum of Islamic Art


Website »

More information

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An exciting comeback of our popular superhero themed brunch takes place every last Friday of the month starting this September with a new twist, featuring our creative food stations and...

Cost: From QR110 pp

Where:
Lagoon Restaurant, The Ritz Carlton Doha


Telephone: 4484 8512
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In support of Breast Cancer Awareness month, we would like to invite you to our "Pink Party". Activities will include, bouncy castle, bake sale, face painting and fairground type games...

Cost: Donations

Where:
Young Explorer Nursery

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This exhibition will focus on the exchange of artistic and material cultures between the Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal Empires. Highlighting MIA's masterpiece carpets, among other artworks, from...

Where:
Museum of Islamic Art

More information

For the second year in a row, young talents are invited to “Discover Tennis with Aspire”. Four certified coaches will teach your kid how to serve in tennis. Basic and advanced levels...

Cost: QR1000

Where:
Aspire Tennis Court


Website »

More information

The word ‘Kufic’ is related to the city of the same name in Iraq, Kufa, and was developed from Hijazi script.  Many Qur’ans are written in Kufic calligraphy which is ...

Cost: FREE

Where:
Museum of Islamic Art, Education Centre


Website »

More information

This exhibition showcases Islamic arms and armour from the private collection of Fadel Al Mansoori. Including both edged weapons and firearms, the objects on display range from the 17th to the 19th...

Cost: FREE

Where:
Museum of Islamic Art


Website »

More information

Show More...
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This exhibition will focus on the exchange of artistic and material cultures between the Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal Empires. Highlighting MIA's masterpiece carpets, among other artworks, from...

Where:
Museum of Islamic Art

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Every October brings hope and awareness about breast cancer through an annual worldwide campaign. On this occasion, and as part of our corporate social responsibility initiatives, Aspire Zone...

Cost: FREE

Where:
Aspire Park, behind Sugar and Spice


Website »

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For the second year in a row, young talents are invited to “Discover Tennis with Aspire”. Four certified coaches will teach your kid how to serve in tennis. Basic and advanced levels...

Cost: QR1000

Where:
Aspire Tennis Court


Website »

More information

The word ‘Kufic’ is related to the city of the same name in Iraq, Kufa, and was developed from Hijazi script.  Many Qur’ans are written in Kufic calligraphy which is ...

Cost: FREE

Where:
Museum of Islamic Art, Education Centre


Website »

More information

This exhibition showcases Islamic arms and armour from the private collection of Fadel Al Mansoori. Including both edged weapons and firearms, the objects on display range from the 17th to the 19th...

Cost: FREE

Where:
Museum of Islamic Art


Website »

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