There’s never a dull moment in Dubai. One of the best things about living in our fair Emirate is that throughout the year, on any given day, there is always something new or exciting to see and do. Whether it is the official opening of yet another world’s largest for Dubai, an annual festival, a street parade or a market fair there is bound to be something that tickles your fancy.
Here are just some of the things happening in and around Dubai this month… (more…)
LIBAMI, friends of Lebanon, is a National Civil Organization which supports the orphanages and children in Lebanon.
The Lebanese Bridge Players in Dubai are taking the initiative to have a bridge charity morning in order to raise some money to support this noble cause. Read more
Tickets still available for the long-awaited al fresco food, drink and music festival from www.tasteofdubaifestival.com
The much-awaited Taste of Dubai is all set to sizzle from tomorrow, Thursday (12 March), with the annual three-day extravaganza of food, music, attractions and celebrity personalities ready to ignite a memorable weekend for the whole family. Read more
This week Move One are thrilled to be supporting the 2015 World Championships of Beach Ultimate Frisbee.
The event begins on Sunday 8 March, to coincide with International Women’s Day, and runs until March 13 on JBR Beach in Dubai. More than 1,200 athletes from more than 70 teams and 25 countries are expected to compete in nearly 400 games.
The first game of the tournament will be held at the beach at 3 p.m. when the US women face Germany. Games start at 9 a.m. on Monday and 8a.m. Tuesday through Thursday. Entry is free.
This is the first time the premier competition for Ultimate Frisbee players will come to the Middle East. The 2015 BULA & WFDF World Championships of Read more
The ISS warmly welcome you to gain direct access to the Heads of some of the most prestigious schools across the UK. These leading figures in British education understand that choosing the right school for your child, is one of the biggest emotional and financial choices a family will make.
With its long history of producing eminent World leaders and celebrated business minds, the UK’s reputation for independent education is unparalleled. There are over 2,400 private schools within the British Isles. Finding a school that suits your child can therefore be a daunting task. By visiting the Independent Schools Show you can explore boarding, single sex and co-educational options from all over the country at preparatory and senior level.
This year 28 schools will be exhibiting at the Show, including Wellington College, Marlborough College, Bedales and St. Mary’s Calne, as well as many others from all over the United Kingdom. Read more