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Arabian Ranches LadiesRanches Ladies is a club that encourages friendship and understanding between ladies of all nationalities. They meet every Tuesday morning, at 9.30 in Baker-Finch Room of the Arabian Ranches Golf Club. They have a very active calendar with guest speakers, books and magazines exchange, trips to local places of interest – get to know Dubai and groups catering to special interests such as walking, bridge, book discussion, Scottish dancing, gardening, mahjong and many more.

The annual membership is AED 100 and covers administrative costs. The organisation is entirely non-profit and non-commercial. Benefits of membership include receiving the Sunday Post, a weekly email message of the week’s events. Read more

music-note-150x150Dubai City Sound is a non-profit, all-female chorus, whose members represent a broad cross-section of the many nationalities living in Dubai.

As a chorus, Dubai City Sound specializes in four-part barbershop singing. This involves four unaccompanied voice parts which blend and harmonize to replace the musical accompaniment in a song.

Joining members have a varying degree of vocal skill and experience but the main criteria is a love of singing and performing – and being able to hold a note whilst those around you sing something else! Barbershop singing is a continual journey of learning for all involved so we do try and organize occasional educational workshops plus members who have been singing for a longer period are always there to share their knowledge and skill at the weekly rehearsals.

We are extremely proud that Dubai City Sound is like a multi-cultural family, there to offer Read more

3145554776_0891d7ecd6_oFacebook connects you with close friends. LinkedIn connects you with your professional contacts. Twitter connects you with Ashton Kusher.  Meetup connects you with the people near you who are doing the things you want to do.

Meetup was founded in 2002 with the mission of bringing people together locally, after Scott Heiferman’s experiences in NYC around 9/11.

Meetup is the world’s largest network of self-organized clubs and community groups and it is active right here in Dubai.  They make it easy for anyone to organize their own local group, or find one of the thousands already meeting face-to-face to help its members better pursue hobbies, advance causes, network with peers, get health support, or just arrange a friendly playgroup for their kids. Read more

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