All Events

Heritage Library's Permanent Exhibition
Heritage Library Exhibition Area
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We cordially invite you to visit our Heritage Library's permanent exhibition.
Syria Under the French Mandate (1918-1946) Exhibition
Temporary Exhibition Area (on the bridge)
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Syria Under the French Mandate, a Library exhibition in partnership with the Museum of Islamic Art, focuses on Syria from 1918 – 1946, a time when France fulfilled the role of a controlling power in the area.
Express Yourself in the Theater
Auditorium
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This program helps young adults discover their artistic and creative side and solve their problems through dramatic exercises that help them think before expressing anger or joy.
Homework Club
Young Adults Area
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Need a place to study? How about some help with your homework or assignment? The Library is the place to be. We will have volunteers ready to support you with your academic needs in math, science, English and social sciences. No need to register, just come!
The Law on the Protection of the Arabic Language
Auditorium
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The enactment of Law No. (7) of 2019 on the protection of the Arabic language aims to increase the use of Arabic in Qatar's professional and public life. The Library, in collaboration with the Qatari Literature Initiative, presents a discussion on this law and its potential effects.
Homework Club
Young Adults Area
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Need a place to study? How about some help with your homework or assignment? The Library is the place to be. We will have volunteers ready to support you with your academic needs in math, science, English and social sciences. No need to register, just come!
The Refugee Crisis in the Arab World: Dimensions, Implications and Solutions
Special Events Area
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Wars and revolutions throughout the Arab world have created a refugee crisis that has become one of the biggest challenges facing the world. In this lecture, His Excellency Ambassador Dr. Ahmed Al- Meraikhi, the UN Secretary General's Humanitarian Envoy, will discuss the regional and international dimensions and consequences of the crisis, shed light on obstacles to refugee resettlement, and suggest ways to solve the crisis. The lecture also raises the question of the possibility of turning the crisis into a positive productive force.
English Creative Writing Circle
Open Lounge Terrace
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The Creative Writing Circle is an opportunity for creative writers to come together and share their work. The group will provide inspiration, feedback and encouragement in a supportive environment. So whatever stage you’re at, come along and get writing! Sessions will be held between 9 – 11 AM on Tuesdays.
World Book Day: Blind Date with a Book
Main Entrance
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To celebrate World Book Day, take a chance on a blind date with a book! Choose a wrapped book relying only on a short teaser note and see what you discover. Don't worry—the books chosen are best sellers or highly recommended by our librarians.
World Book Day for Children
Special Events Area
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In support of World Book Day, you are invited to come explore all the children's books the Library has to offer. Enjoy an old favorite or discover a new classic on this day full of books.