QF summer activities to kick off Sunday at Education City
June 15 2019 08:59 PM
QF is offering summer activities at Education City that cater to all tastes, interests and audiences
QF is offering summer activities at Education City that cater to all tastes, interests and audiences.

Qatar Foundation (QF) has lined up an array of family-friendly, community-focused activities that offer something for everyone, starting from Sunday.
Through a collaboration with the Qatar National Tourism Council, QF is providing summer activities at Education City that cater to all tastes, interests and audiences, according to a press statement.
QF’s summer programme "reflects the diversity, vibrancy, and inclusivity of its Education City environment, where facilities and spaces are open for the entire community of Qatar and visitors to the country", the statement notes.
The activities start Sunday with the Community Summer Camp, an academic enrichment programme for children aged 4-6 years and 7-12 years, which blends learning and fun and will run until August 8. The range of activities is open for the public to explore and enjoy at venues such as the QF Recreation Centre, Education City Clubhouse, the Awsaj multipurpose court and swimming pool, and Multaqa.
QF’s Pre-University Education will be holding its Mukhayamna Summer Camp 2019 from June 23 to July 18 at Awsaj Academy, Qatar Academy Al Khor and Qatar Academy Al Wakra. Open to children aged 3-14 years, the camp aims to promote character-building qualities while allowing students to explore their talents and sharpen their skills.
Summer sport and fitness opportunities at QF include the Education City Summer Swimming Camp and ‘Family Fun Time’ swimming sessions; tennis, squash, volleyball, basketball, and badminton activities; aqua yoga sessions; men’s and women’s table tennis, billiards, and bowling tournaments; and a snooker and darts competition. Meanwhile, personal training sessions will give people the chance to stay in shape over the summer, and zumba classes are available for ladies to join.
A family cooking class will help children and parents improve their diet and understand the influence of food on their lives, while those looking to exercise their creativity can participate in experimental art and fabric-painting classes, and a ‘Be A Birdwatcher’ activity provides a chance to get closer to nature. Younger members of the Qatar community can also join a PS4 gaming tournament, and a course where they will learn how to build their own robot. 
From July 2 to 5, the Education City Clubhouse will be the venue for ‘Summer of Learning’, an interactive programme offering a variety of experiments and activities within the world of science and technology. Multaqa will host the first edition of QF member Qatar Career Development Centre’s ‘Career Academy’ from June 30 to July 11, where high school students will take an educational journey that helps them set their sights on their future career ; while QF partner university Virginia Commonwealth University School of the Arts in Qatar’s Summer Art and Design Programme is offering a variety of creative activities for students.
Oxygen Park – an open space for sport, fitness, and leisure within Education City, with covered air-conditioned walkways to keep visitors cool – will host weekly ladies-only evenings, including free sport activities, from 6-10pm every Monday during the summer, starting from tomorrow; and movie nights in collaboration with Doha Film Institute every Thursday from June 20, taking place from 7-9pm and open to all.
Culture also has a central role in QF’s summer programme, with QF member Qatar Philharmonic Orchestra hosting ‘Philharmonic At The Library: Music For The Kings’ at Qatar National Library on June 21, and ‘Tchaikovsky’s First Piano Concerto’ at Katara Opera House on June 22. 
“The diverse and exciting range of activities we have organised over the summer months demonstrates QF’s commitment to being at the heart of community life in Qatar, and to providing everyone – residents and visitors alike – with a warm, open welcome and an enjoyable, memorable experience,” said Mohamed Fakhroo, executive director of outreach and institutional advancement, QF.
The Education City Summer Membership Programme is a special offer that ensures the community can make the most of QF’s facilities and activities over the summer months. Membership packages are available for individuals, couples, and families, and more details can be found at www.qf.org.qa/ECSummerMembership

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