All Events

Maternal Mental Health Day Workshop
Auditorium
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In celebration of the World Maternal Mental Health Day, the Library, in collaboration with Sidra Medicine, invites you to an interactive session on maternal mental health. You'll learn the basics of maternal mental health, what problems can arise, the available treatment options, and how can women and families can support each other.This will be followed by an overview of the Library’s related activities that helps strengthen bonds between mother, baby and family.
Organize Your Time for Ramadan
Young Adults' Area
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If you want to organize your time during Ramadan, come to this workshop to get practical ideas on how to make a different agenda for the Holy Month.
Weaving Workshop with Gaya Salah
Children's Library
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Mothers and their daughters are invited to join child talent development expert Gaya Salah to learn how to create fabric pieces using wool yarn.
Vision Board Workshop
Main Plaza
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You have many goals, but are you able to accomplish them all? The best way to identify and reach your goals is to see them. Join to create your own Vision Board and begin achieving what you want!
Special Events Area
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What was the meaning of the smile of Leonardo’s Mona Lisa for his contemporaries? What were the reactions of literates in front of his masterpieces – such as the Lucrezia Crivelli, the Lady with an Ermine, the Saint Anne and again the Mona Lisa – seen for the first time in Milan, Florence and Paris at the beginning of the 16th century?
Voice Skills for Presentations
Heritage Library Presentation Room
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Speaking in front of a group can be difficult, especially if you haven't prepared. In this session, we'll help you develop the right tone and voice to effectively deliver your presentation.
Indian Schools: Educating the Indian Expat Community
Auditorium
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Since the early 1970s, the Indian education sector has played a pivotal role in educating Indian expatriates living in Qatar. From a humble beginnings with just a few graduates, these schools now shape thousands of brilliant young minds. To know more about the Indian schools' beginnings, journey and status today, we will host an informal panel discussion with the senior management of several Indian schools. Alumni of these schools will share their memories and talk about how the schools continue to shape their lives.
Keys to a Happy Marriage
Auditorium
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Tolerance is one of the keys for a happy couple and one of the secrets to maintaining a loving family. Join us for this lecture by Dr. Manal Abu Jalala, who will teach patience and tolerance skills that can help strengthen your relationships.
World Family Doctor Day Celebration
Auditorium
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The Library, in collaboration with the Primary Health Care Corporation, celebrates the International World Family Doctor Day with a healthcare awareness booth. Visit us and get biometric measurements, consult a dietician about your body mass index, meet with family doctors and enjoy the Rashid family cartoon characters.
Writing the Qur’an Through the Centuries
Special Events Area
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Reading and studying the Qur'an is one of the most important activities during Ramadan. In this lecture and visual presentation, we will explore the history of the written Qur’an from the time of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) up to the print and digital eras. We will discuss issues of the Qur'anic text transmission and Qur'anic writing systems and techniques, including Rasm (orthography), vocalization, scripts, marks and colors.