Things to do

Arts & Culture

Art galleries -

AL M. Gallery, Salhia Complex, Kuwait City
Boushahri Gallery, Salmiya
Contemporary Art Platform (or CAP), Shuwaikh
Dar Al Funoon Gallery, Kuwait City
FA Gallery, next to Amiri Hospital
Sultan Gallery, Sabhan

Cultural places of interest -

AWARE - Advocates for Western Arab Relations Centre
Beit Al Othman - A museum keeping alive the past behind Sears, Hawally.
Dar al-Athar al-Islamiyyah - Cultural organisation based on a Kuwaiti private art collection
Dar al-Athar al-Islamiyyah - Facebook page to stay updated with their busy, wonderful, art and musical events schedule
Dickson House - The former home of Britain's political agent Col. Dickson and his wife Dame Violet Dickson. 
House of Mirrors - Artist Lidia Al Qattan's mirrored home
LAPA - LoYAC Academy of Performing Arts (for children and youths)
LoYAC
Sadu House - Traditional old Kuwaiti house where the Bedouin weaving traditions are preserved.


Cooking School

Chef Boutique


Health

Be Aware campaign for mental illness
Harmony house meditation centre
Waist Watchers
Zumba


Hobbies

Studio C - Art classes for kids

Khiran resort - Seaside resort with chalets and studios to rent, swimming pool, restaurants, kids club, cycle rental, gym, tennis court, mini mart and free Wi-Fi. 



Programmes for kids and youths

LoYAC - Lothan Youth Achievement Center located at Bayt Lothan, Gulf Road, Salmiya
Young Drivers Programme in Electronic Cars at The Car Museum




Sports and activities

Archery
Aqua Aerobics
Aqua Tots - Swim school
Bachata dance classes
Baseball (Little League) 
Cricket Club – dannywalker10@hotmail.com
Darts
Dive Club
Car rally
Desert biking
Desert Biking Club
Football for boys and girls
Golf - Kuwait International Golf & Country Club
Golf - Sahara Kuwait Resort
Ice Hockey - Kuwait Mooseheads
Karate - Japan Karate Association
Kendo
Kuwait Motor Sports Club
Kuwait Riding Centre or call 247515512
Motocross
Rugby
Rugby (Kuwait Nomads) 
Sailing Association or Kuwait Sailing Club for beachcats, lasers and stray expats. Based in Messilah Public Beach, Behind Burger King at Junction of 6th and 30.
Soccer school for kids (girls and boys)
Skateboarding
Squash
Squash League contact  andersoninkuwait@mac.com
Tennis Academy contact 60634691
Tennis for Kids
Triathlon








More to come..

15 comments:

  1. Anyone aware of art groups?? As in, life drawing, etc.......

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    1. Visit www.fakhriarts.com
      For arts classes for ladies above 18

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  2. Yep.... check out Studio C's facebook page.... There is another one with a woman who holds classes at her villa though I dont recall where or how to contact her...

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  3. Thanks Kaya. I remember doing a post about them a long time ago but I couldn't remember the name. Have added them above.

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  4. Just wondering if there is a Professional Woman's Group in Kuwait?

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  5. Hi Anon, seems there is but not open to general public :O(
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  8. AnonymousJuly 05, 2014

    Just arrived with a teenager a week ago, totally freaked out..need to make friends...anyone want to meet for coffee? ec_hopkins@yahoo.com

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    1. Hi ec_hopkins, I'm just about to leave for a holiday. Try http://theblskuwait.com or follow me on Facebook and I'll tag you on some pages that might be helpful. Please post the same on the FB page https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ladies-who-do-lunch-in-Kuwait and hopefully you'll get some responses and info. Tell us a bit more about you on FB. Hang in there ;O) Kim x

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  9. Good morning Ladies,

    move to Kuwait three months ago, would love to be a part of a women social club. I work during the week but I am off on the weekend. Do any one have any suggestions or ideas, is there a really a "Ladies Who Do Lunch In Kuwait" club.

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    1. Hello there
      Don't do 'actual' lunches. Do keep you updated with things going on in Kuwait and there's a huge archive of things on the blog for you to get yourself acquainted. For a women's social club try www.theBLS.com, or mixed www.bbfkuwait.com or www.aware.com.kw. Hope this helps. Weekends are best spent lounging in the sun at the Radisson SAS, The Corniche or Jumeirah Beach Hotel. Kuwait's tough on wallflower types so get out there and mingle. People are friendly (sometimes overly ;O), be prepared for some crazy driving stunts on the roads, be open and tolerant and remember this is not England.

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  10. Tennis PLEASE! I have played social and league tennis for many years in South Africa and would love to join a social group here. I have trawled the web but have not had much luck. I don't want lessons - I am just desperate to get back on court and play!
    Hopefully someone out there will have some ideas.
    Thank you. Lovely site this - lots of interesting things

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    1. I'll ask around and get back to you.

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    2. This is the number of the coach at Tennis Academy 60634691 I'm sure she will be able to offer you more info.

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Always great to hear from you :O)