The AWARE Center would like to invite Westerners in Kuwait to our Eid Open House Festival which is will be held at our premises in Surra on Thursday, October 9 from 5:00p.m. This event is free of charge and will be followed by a dinner buffet. This Festival provides an opportunity for the Western Guests to experience Eid in Kuwait through various activities like: Culture Clothes, Cultural Paintings & Items for Sale, Henna, Hajj Documentary, Arabic Calligraphy. Your RSVP is kindly requested at firstname.lastname@example.org. Address: Surra, Block 3, Hamad AlRoomi Street, Villa 84
THROUGH AN EXPAT’S EYES: A PHOTOGRAPHIC JOURNEY THROUGH KUWAIT
Moving to a new country can be intimidating: both scary and thrilling at the same time. Linda Young uses photography to explore her new home. Some photos are fun, some are serious. All are Kuwait through her eyes & lens.
GUIDED TOUR: GRAND MOSQUE
For a rewarding, spiritual & informative experience.
This is a 1½ tour of one of Kuwait’s most famous landmarks. Ladies are required to cover - long sleeves and long ankle length skirt, otherwise the mosque will provide a cloak. If you have your own scarf you’re welcome to bring it.
Cameras are allowed. Children are welcome.
This tour meets directly at the Grand Mosque
GUIDED TOUR: HAMAD AL FUZIA MUSEUM FOR ANTIQUES
Fee: KD 2 per person
Opened by a Kuwaiti gentleman in his own home, this museum has an excellent collection of Kuwaiti antiques with a section of the museum dedicated to his relatives who died during the invasion of Kuwait. Join us as he recounts stories about Kuwait and about the antiques housed in the museum.
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GUIDED TOUR: ARAB ORGANIZATION HEADQUATERS
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Children below 14 years & Pets are not allowed.
DHOW SUNSET DINNER CRUISE
Fee: KD 21 per person
Before the discovery of oil in Kuwait, dhow builders were viewed as one of the major national resources. Kuwait owned over 800 dhows prior to World War I. By 1919, Kuwait had acquired about 1200 dhows of different types and sizes. They were used for fishing, pearling, deep-sea trade, Gulf coastal trade, and the local transportation of goods and fresh water. The purpose and function of the dhow strongly influenced its design and size. For a relaxing evening on the water, join AWARE for a most unique experience; a Dhow Sunset Dinner.
REGISTRATION IS THROUGH CASH PAYMENTS ONLY.
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