A lifer expat mummy in Kuwait blogging on things to do in Kuwait for kids and adults, places to visit, fun and cultural events, general info, shopping bargains and interesting stuff. Email: LWDLIK@gmail.com
Food of the Middle East brings with it a variety of exotic flavors. While some dishes will be fragrant others will be spicy, delicate or at times, even syrupy. From dates, saffron, rose petals and orange blossom to cardamom or cumin - these are but a few of the ingredients comprising the fascinating cuisine of the Middle East. This 4 week course starts Wednesday, May 4, 2016 and ends on May 25, 2016. Course Time: 6:00 - 9:00 pm Course Fee: K.D. 30 per person Very Limited seats! Advance registration required at email@example.com
DINNER & DIWANIYA: TIPS FOR RAMADAN: DO'S AND DON'TS
By Dr. Ebrahim AlAdsani (General Manager, AWARE Center) How should I greet Muslims on the occasion of Ramadan? How should I reply if they greet me? Should my public behavior change in Ramadan? When and where can I eat during daylight hours? How should I handle food gifts from neighbors or colleagues? What should I expect if I accept an invitation to break the fast? What will happen on the roads? When is the best time to shop? Will my paperwork get done? And how should I look at non-productivity and excessiveness? This presentation will be followed a dinner buffet. RSVP is required at firstname.lastname@example.org
Fee: KD 3 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 & about the antiques housed in the museum. Advance reservations are required email@example.com
Synopsis: An Indian Asperger's sufferer, Rizwan Khan, moves to San Francisco and meets a vivacious single mother named Mandira. They form a special bond and fall in love against all odds, but fate and tragedy conspire to tear them apart. Khan then sets out on a remarkable journey across America on a challenge to speak to the American President to win back his one true love. As his travels continue, Khan inspires optimism and joy in the hearts of the people he encounters by spreading messages of goodwill wherever he roams. Movie Duration: 161 minutes. Popcorn & soft drinks will be provided.
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 This tour does not require prior registration.
Fee: KD 2 per person The Dickson House Cultural Centre, as it is now known, once served as the official residence for a series of British Political Agents to Kuwait, with the most famous of them being Colonel Harold Dickson who came to Kuwait with his wife, Violet, and two young children in 1929. The house was the scene of momentous occasions in Kuwait's history and provided accommodation to a multitude of fascinating characters including royalty, statesmen, writers, oil prospectors, rebel leaders, and explorers. Limited Seats! Advance reservations required at firstname.lastname@example.org