This week, you can shop at the Torba Market- Ramadan edition, kids can take part in an obstacle challenge, visit an art exhibition, join a running series track challenge and much more!
Our Things To Do listing comes out every Sunday at 10 am, so do check it out. For more events around you, visit iloveqatar.net/events!
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If you love visiting markets in Qatar during the Holy Month then you must check out Torba Market's Ramadan Edition! It is happening at the Ceremonial Court at Education City. Find exclusive vendors, beautiful Ramadan decor, play carrom, carnival games, attend workshops and enjoy great food options for Sohour and more here! When are you going?!
There is a new running challenge this Ramadan at Oxygen Park, Education City! QRS Track Challenge is a series of timed races inside the park. The events range from 15-minute, 30-minute, and 45-minute races. Athletes can run unlimited loops of the ~910m-track within the stipulated time limit. Each event will be restricted to a maximum of 250 participants.
Enjoy a variety of cultural activities, performances, workshops, and exhibitions taking place for families during Ramadan at Qatar Foundation!
Love shopping? Shop everything from abayas, Ramadan gift packages, stationery, accessories, and perfumes, to incense at the Ramadan Market at Qanat Quartier, The Pearl-Qatar! When are you going?
Get active and join the fun! Experience the new museum's physical challenges through 11 obstacle challenges. This is for the ages 4-16. For the full details, click here.
This is a must-visit exhibition in Qatar! Your Brain to Me, My Brain to You is a new art installation by internationally renowned Swiss artist Pipilotti Rist. The immersive installation's key feature is the “pixels” that comprise 12,000 LED lights strung on cables throughout the gallery for visitors to navigate. When are you going?!
Watch our video: Check out this art installation with 12,000 LED lights!
Please note: This exhibition contains flashing lights that may cause discomfort and/or trigger seizures for people with photosensitive epilepsy and other conditions with sensitivity to light.
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