Friday, September 5, 2014

Guided Tours, Kuwaiti Culture, Diwaniya and Learning About The Hajj with AWARE

Saturday, September 27, 2014 @ 9:30 a.m.

This tour is a marvel of innovative architecture displaying modern technology combined with traditional artisan craftsmanship from Tunisia, Syria, Morocco, Egypt & contributions from Kuwaiti designers.
This tour meets directly at the Arab Organization Headquarters.
Cameras are welcome.
Limited Seats. Advance reservations are required at
Registration Deadline:  Tuesday, September 23, 2014
Children below 14 years & Pets are not allowed.

Monday, September 29, 2014 @ 5:00 p.m.
Fee: KD 2 per person
Inaugurated by the Amir of Kuwait, His Highness Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, on April 8, 2013, this Museum hosts rare historical items & antiques for old Kuwaiti houses. Decorating the walls of its Art Gallery are paintings & belongings of Kuwaiti Artists. There are also the crafts & Kuwaiti dhow models on display.
Limited Seats. Advance reservations required at


PLACES TO VISIT IN KUWAIT on September 16, at 7pm

Kuwait's only good for shopping malls and restaurants, right? Some people say there's nothing to do here! However, may be there are places of interest to visit that you don't know of. Therefore, come along to AWARE's Diwaniya to discover known and hidden places of interests that you could visit after which you could send an Instagram postcard to friends & family saying, "From Kuwait with love.



On Tuesday 30, September, 2014

 Hajj is an international pilgrimage to Mecca that attracts up to three million Muslims annually.
The speaker will discuss its historical significance, describe the major rites that comprise the pilgrimage, and share some of the sentiments that Muslims experience in this trip of a lifetime.
This 30-minute PowerPoint presentation will be followed by National Geographic's 45-minute documentary film entitled, "Inside Mecca" which presents an intimate look at the annual pilgrimage by following three pilgrims from very different backgrounds as they embark on a spiritual journey that is both deeply personal and widely universal.

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