All Events

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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.
The Holy Kaaba Exhibition
Heritage Library Permanent Exhibition Area
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The Holy Kaaba is the most sacred site of Islam, held by Muslimsto be the House of God. Pilgrimage to the Kaaba is one of thefundamental rites of Islam, and its location determines thedirection Muslims turn to for their prayers.
At Our Table We ...
Children's Library
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'"Stop chewing with your mouth open! Can you please stop tapping the table? You need to stay seated. Can you stop complaining about what is being served? Your food goes to your mouth, not your face." Does this sound familiar to you? Are you always trying to teach your child table manners? If the answer is yes, you're invited to this event, where children with learning disabilities will learn table manners through storytelling and sensory activities.
Developing Scientific Research Skills for Students: A Workshop for Female Educators
Auditorium
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School librarians and teachers are invited to participate in this workshop to build scientific research skills for students and help them develop their research skills.
Day with a Sahabi: Abu Baker Al Sadiq
Children's Library
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Come listen to the story of the sahabi Abu Baker Al Sadiq, one of the earliest companions of the Prophet Muhammed (peace be upon him) and father of Aisha, wife of the Prophet.
Book Club for the Blind: Monthly Meeting
Assistive Technology Room
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In this month's Book Club for the Blind, we'll listen to the journey of Belal Hussain, a young blind man who studied Islam and memorized the Qu'ran despite his disability. To listen to his story, click here.
English Fiction Book Club: The Shadow of the Crescent Moon
Open Lounge Terrace
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In this month's English Fiction Book Club, we will discuss The Shadow of the Crescent Moon, by Fatima Bhutto. The novel tracks three brothers in a Pakistani tribal town over the course of one fateful day. Copies of the book will be available at the User Services Desk.
Weekly Knitting and Crochet Circle
Main Plaza
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Join this casual gathering of knitters and crocheters every Thursday in the Main Plaza from 9:00 – 11:00 AM to work on projects and share skills in a friendly atmosphere. Participants are welcome to bring their own supplies and projects or borrow the Library’s needles and yarn. All skill levels are welcome, including beginners who are interested in learning. Be sure to check out our collection of books on knitting and crochet while you’re here!
IELTS Help is Here
Auditorium
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IELTS is an international assesment of your English proficiency, used in more than 100 countries. In this event, you'll discover free, open access resources that will help you pass the academic IELTS. The event will include practice exercises and videos. All levels of English speakers are invited.
Inspiring Individuals: Meet Hamad Al-Mataw'ah
Young Adults Library
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At this assembly series, you'll hear motivational stories from people who have excelled in their field. In this session, we'll get to know artist Hamad Al-Mataw'ah, a Qatari artist who has overcome color blindness to become a successful cartoonist.