If you are staying in Dubai this summer you might be interested in the latest update of our Summer Camps for your children. There are plenty of different options available depending on the interests of your child, from acting, singing and dancing to boxing, filmmaking and sporting activities. Here is a growing list of the camps that will be on offer this summer. GulfStarSports Summer Camp Timings: 9:00 am -11:00 pm daily Ages: 7 – 15 years Location: Dubai Kart Drome For more info: 050 429 4860 / 050 798 1407 / firstname.lastname@example.org GulfStarSports Summer Kids Camp Timings: 9:00 am -11:00 pm daily Ages: 3
Fasting during Ramadan is one of the five Pillars of Islam. The fast is observed each day from sunrise to sunset. Muslims rise before dawn to have a pre-fast meal which is called Suhoor and after dusk, they break their fast with the Iftar meal. Celebrating the holy month of Ramadan has become a fusion of culture and religion. Come Iftar and Suhoor families can be seen heading to either tents or popular restaurants in different hotels across Dubai. Most Iftar venues in hotels are bedecked with Arabic and Ramadan themes, others have gone beyond that by putting up special
The Irish Village in Dubai will be showing all the World Cup matches in an air-conditioned tent on an 8 X 5 meter screen. If you and your community would like to come to support your team we can reserve an area for you. Guaranteed seating in a fantastic venue. “Make the terraces of The Irish Village the home of your World Cup”
The waiting is over! Dubai’s annual celebration of gastronomy, Dubai Food Festival (DFF), opens on 22 February, marking the start of 17 days of epicurean discovery and delight. It’s truly a foodie paradise at Dubai Food Festival 2018, with a jam-packed schedule of culinary events, activities and promotions to take part in. With returning favourites and new attractions to visit during the festival, here are our top 11 suggestions: 1. Stroll down to Etisalat Beach Canteen The Festival’s flagship event is free to enter and serves as the perfect spot to take the family for a fun day out by the
Middle East Film & Comic Con (MEFCC), the definitive pop culture convention in the Middle East is back for its seventh edition from 5th to 7th April at the Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) featuring the best regional and international talent, celebrity guests and more for some of the coolest fans in the world! Be sure to check out www.mefcc.com for updates and everything you need to know about the show, guests, exhibitors and more!
It’s now or never to go for another Dubai Jazz Festival. Featuring John Legend, Duran Duran, Ricky Martin and more artists coming your way. So what are you waiting for, get your tickets now! Visit Dubai Jazz Fest for more info.
The British Boarding Schools Show Dubai Expands In-depth Seminar Programme with Expert International Education Specialists and Heads of British and Local Schools The educational show offers direct access to 36 of the best British Schools to help GCC parents answer challenging questions about their children’s education Should I stay or should I go? IB or A Level – does it really make a difference? When is the right time to move? Preparing your child for pre-tests and entrance exams Improve your UK and US university strategy Dubai, UAE: The British Boarding Schools Show Dubai announces the sixth consecutive event taking
This year’s EAHM FoodFest is fast approaching, 15th – 17th February, and we will be bigger and better than last year. This year we have 11 student food & drink stands, 7 external food stands, 3 external drink stands, a large children’s activity area supported by a local nursery, local DJ for sunset sounds, Talise fitness, petting zoo, chef demonstrations, chef and student competitions and the Monin mocktail competition on the main stage, along with acts from our talented students but we must have footfall (we are aiming for 2,500+) to make it really successful and create the atmosphere.
Vet gives tips on setting up new pets after registrations increase Historically, January has the highest number of new pet registrations as a result of the festive season being a popular time to give gifts of new pets and, according to a Dubai-based veterinary hospital, this year has seen a particularly large increase. British Veterinary Hospital, which has 36 staff and deals with more than 60 animal-related cases daily, saw a 12 per cent increase in new pets through their doors this January compared to 2017. According to the hospital, registrations speak by almost 60% in January, compared to other