With most of the establishments closed and events postponed or canceled, it would be helpful to still have a semblance of routine, so we’re bringing you a list of things you can do at home instead!
Evolution Sports has recently launched a series of virtual sports programmes aimed at allowing young people and adults to keep fit, develop their skills, and maintain relationships with friends all from a distance. They are offering online classes for children between the ages of 4 to 11 years old to provide an opportunity to have fun, stay active, learn new skills, and keep in contact with children of their own age throughout the whole summer.
Location: Doha, Qatar
Date: 28 June 2020 – 30 July 2020
Time: 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Ticket Purchase: Online
Price: Registration – 350QR
If you love photography and at the same time want to inspire climate action to reverse global warming, then this competition is for you! SustainableQATAR is looking for photographs of something important and/or iconic to QATAR that will be affected by climate change. The image shall be accompanied by a separate message in the format of “For the love of __,” and the photo should represent this element or idea. For example, a Canadian might say “For the love of glaciers,” with a photo of the snowy Rocky Mountains with a photo of the maple trees.
The message with your photo, in the above format, should be in either Arabic or English. The message will be incorporated into the choir’s lyrics of the symphony and will also appear with the image. Get more detail HERE.
Date: 14 May 2020 – 30 June 2020
Price: It’s free!
The National Museum of Qatar opened its doors to the public on 28 March 2019. Since then the museum has welcomed visitors from across the globe. In celebration of the one year anniversary, the museum is hosting an open call to both local and international artists, designers, and creatives to submit a design for our museum mascot.
Date: 7 April 2020 – 1 July 2020
Time: 12:00 am – 11:59 pm
Price: Registration – It’s free!
Science Education Centre, Doha takes great pride in organising the second edition of the Science and Math Talent Quest 2020. This year it has been made fully online keeping in mind the current situation of the country due to COVID19 and its ramifications. SCIENCE AND MATH TALENT QUEST 2020 will be held on 03/07/2020. The quest comprises of 45 questions from Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Biology and General Awareness. Read more here HERE.
Date: Friday, July 3, 2020
Time: 4 AM – 8:30 AM
BigB MeetUp is a community initiative founded by Bosco Menezes. The aim of this initiative is to inspire, inform, educate and spread the news of the good deeds individuals and groups of people perform in their everyday lives for the betterment of humankind.
The next episode will take place on 4th of July that will have renowned former residents of Qatar, Former US Ambassador His Excellency Chase Untermeyer and his wife Diana Untermeyer as guest speakers.
You can attend this virtual meetup on BigBFotografi’s Facebook page HERE!
Date: 4 July 2020
Time: 08:00 pm – 09:00 pm
Ticket Purchase: No tickets needed
Price: No tickets needed – It’s free!
The Qatar Olympic Committee (QOC), in partnership with Ooredoo (the Platinum Sponsor), Sports Corner (Platinum Sponsor) and Snoonu App (Golden sponsor), is organising the ‘Team Qatar Virtual Games’ for adults and kids for a period of four weeks that include Kids Virtual Run, Virtual Run and old Olympic Photo gallery, Kids Arts and Crafts Competition (Think With Team Qatar) and FIFA online tournament in addition to the ‘Live With Team Qatar’ Program and Kids Virtual Run. For the third week, there will be the ‘Live With Team Qatar’ Program, Kids Cycling Race, Kids Arts and Crafts Competition (Think With Team Qatar) in addition to Virtual Cycling Race.
Hurry up and register to Team Qatar Virtual Games
Location: This event is virtual
Date: 20 June 2020 – 17 July 2020
Ticket Purchase: Online
Price: General entry – It’s free!
Google Arts & Culture is a platform that enables museums to feature their digitized collections through stunning high-resolution images that anyone can explore. By utilizing Google Street View technology, the site also provides virtual tours of museum galleries from all around the world. So you can wander through the ruins of ancient buildings in the Pergamon Museum in Berlin or get lost in the works of Renaissance masters in the Uffizi Gallery in Florence.
Locally, The National Museum of Qatar, The Museum of Islamic Art, and Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art have each created a spotlight on the beauty and reverence of Arab art by offering a unique virtual experience through Google Arts & Culture. You may have physically seen these collections before through the barrier of a glass case, but through this platform, you can interact with the objects and artworks in a more intimate way. You are able to go into a microscopic level of detail by zooming into the fascinating objects and see things that you couldn’t with the naked eye.
Price: It’s free!
Your language learning doesn’t have to stop just because you are at home. There are plenty of ways to improve your foreign language skills. Sometimes, it’s as simple as watching a movie, reading a new novel, or downloading the apps that help to improve your language skills. And if you need expert help, you can enroll in online courses, for example, Excellence Training Centre in Qatar offers online courses for IELTS.
The Qatar Children’s Museum (QCM) by Qatar Museums (QM) hosts daily workshops on its Instagram account (@ChildrensMuseum.QA) that families can participate in using everyday materials found in their homes. The content is suitable for both Arabic and English-speaking audiences which helps to aid families that are sheltering at home during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Price: It’s free!
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