More than 80 international kite flyers will turn the blue skies of Aspire Park into a 3-D artistic platform in the third edition of the Aspire International Kite Festival from March 6 to 9, it has been announced
Kenyan star Christopher Oketch has retained his crown as ‘Qatar’s Strongest Man (QSM),’ besting Egyptian Mohamed Dweidar (2nd), his compatriot Joseph Iroo Ekadeli (3rd), and six other contenders, in an action-packed event over the weekend at the Aspire Park.
The event, dubbed ‘Autism Walkathon – A Walk against Stigma’ and organised by the Qatar Institute for Speech and Hearing (QISH), forms part of the World Autism Awareness Day in Doha.
Vision general manager Jewan Park said the competition will give the public a chance to try “one hit Korean food item,” which is a way of enticing them to try other products as well.
The second Aspire Lake Festival will take spectators through a half-hour ‘magical journey,’ featuring more than 40 artists and experts for a showcase of theatrical performances and fireworks displays between March 23-24 at Aspire Park.
The second edition of the kite festival, which kicked off on March 6, will conclude on Friday at Aspire Park.
More than 100 professional kite flyers from 23 countries, including the Qatar national team, launched their kites as part of the competition.
The event offers an array of competitions and family activities for four days at Aspire Park.
The Qatar Olympic Committee (QOC) joined forces with its national federations to organise multiple activities that spread the fun and excitement among participants.
Aspire Zone Foundation (AZF) has brought back its annual early winter activities for community members of all ages to Aspire Park, where thousands of young sports enthusiasts and family members flock on a regular basis to enjoy the greenery, vast spaces and to spend quality time with family and frie