Five kids' activities to try in Bahrain

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Soccer camps
September sees the start of regular kids football camps at the Ritz-Carlton offering youngsters a chance to learn the rules and develop their skills. Soccer camps run on Sundays and Wednesdays from 4pm-5.30pm and cost BD5 per child (free for hotel guests).
Call (17 589 380).

Reading evening
Albareh Art Gallery will host an evening of reading by Lebanese writer Rania Zaghir for kids aged from six to ten years at which she’ll read a selection of stories from her imaginative and often hiliraious picture books.
The event will be in Arabic and takes place on Tuesday, September 3 from 5pm-7pm. Entry free.
Call (17 717 707).

New music lessons
There’s a whole new range of musical activities on offer at the Royal Country Club including violin, guitar, piano and singing lessons. Registration starts on Friday, September 6.
Call (17 750 777).

Back to school workshop
Mosaic specialist Faiza Saeed will be hosting a workshop for kids aged five and above aimed at getting youngsters in the frame of mind for going back to school using good old fashioned arts and crafts. But, don’t be alarmed, there’ll be no sharp tiles or knives, the kids will be mosaicing with paper. The workshop takes place at Organic Foods & Café in Seef Mall on Saturday, September 7, from 10am-noon. Cost BD10 per child.
Call (16 536 094).

Junior golf programme
The Royal Golf Club’s ever popular Junior Golf Programme gets underway this month with a six-week series of classes aimed at creating long-term athletic development and golf improvement. Youngsters get involved in physical and mental activities and gain strength, speed, agility, balance and confidence. Classes begin on Friday, September 27, and can be taken on either Friday or Saturday mornings or Tuesday evenings. Cost is BD80 per child.
Call (17 750 777).

By Time Out Bahrain staff
Time Out Bahrain,

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