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Things to do in Kuwait this Weekend

I’m heading to Riyadh this weekend for the Noor Festival so I’ll be missing out on a couple of my favorite events this weekend, the Fall Festival at the Yarmouk Cultural Center and the BLS Winter Bazaar. If you’re here don’t miss out on them. Let me know if I missed anything:

Thursday, Nov 10
Ali Alghanim & Sons – Padel Tournament
Disney on Ice Presents Mickey & Friends
Melenzane by the Sea
Chinese Cultural Festival
IFK Cinema Night: Comme un Lion
Healing Powers of Cacao
Healing Circle at Art Therapy
Art N Dine: Desert Eyes Painting Experience
Women’s Ice Hockey Tournament
Seoulian and Friends at Bonjiri

Friday, Nov 11
Disney on Ice Presents Mickey & Friends
Melenzane by the Sea
Sailing: Friday Sunset Cruising
Yarmouk Cultural Center Fall Festival
Yarmouk Cultural Center Fall Bazaar
Seoulian and Friends at Bonjiri
BLS Winter Bazaar
Hot Rods & Classic Cars Festival

Saturday, Nov 12
Disney on Ice Presents Mickey & Friends
Melenzane by the Sea
Story Time: The Rabbit Listened
Miseen Scene: You Will Die at Twenty

Sara Shamma “Age”
Warhol of Arabia by Raed Yassin

Albohayra Farm
Ascend Rock Climbing
Indoor Karting
Little Jungle
Murouj Farm
Movement Classes at Omni Studio
Roller Blade at Roller Hub
Yoga at Darātma

Museums to Visit
Abdullah Salem Cultural Center (ASCC)
Amricani Cultural Center Museum
Bait Al Othman Museum
Tareq Rajab Museum

5 replies on “Things to do in Kuwait this Weekend”

The Kuwait Winter Games Club is closed for public skating this weekend, but today (Thursday) and Saturday there are women’s hockey tournament games at 12:00pm, 3:30pm & 7:00pm. Anyone can come to watch for free. The games with Kuwait are at 7:00pm. Today is Kuwait vs. Ireland, and on Saturday, Kuwait vs. UAE.

I don’t think the full schedule is posted anywhere. I have a screenshot that was posted in an Instagram story. I can share it with you if you tell me how I can.

Visited the BLS Winter Bazaar but it was quite disappointing.

Barely any booths selling unique items and it could have used some light music and refreshments. However there was a booth run by an artist called Philip Kamble which had gorgeous paintings.

On another note, does anyone know if Qout will be back this year?

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