Festive family fun and more things to do in Bahrain this week
Time Out Bahrain staff
Magical moments at Maki Tue 9 Sample 15 different Maki dishes in their monthly tasting evening that includes complimentary beverages from 8.30pm for BD15++ per person. And now you can have any Maki dish made with rice switched to brown grains for an extra charge of 500 fils. Call 1752 2733.
Say adieu to The Nest Thu 11 to Sat 13 Al Riwaq Art Space has relaunched their Market 338 concept in the form of ‘The Nest’ and this weekend marks the final stretch for this year’s outdoor market. Head over to enjoy original works and installations by artists, alongside a huge range of creative vendors selling their wares. On Thursday it’s on from 5pm to 10pm, Friday is 3pm to 10pm and Saturday is 11am to 8pm. Call 1771 7441.
Gingerbread making in Al Murjan Sat 13 Take your kids to the Mövenpick’s Al Murjan Ballroom from 3pm to 5pm where they’re hosting a gingerbread making session. The hotel provides a skeleton gingerbread house and all the little ones have to do is decorate. Then they get to take their work of art home. It’s BD5 net with registration to join in. Call 1746 0017.
Cookies for charity with The Westin Sat 6, 13 and 20 The Westin has set up a cookie decorating station in City Centre Bahrain’s winter display from 3pm to 6pm where young ones can decorate homemade gingerbread men. It costs BD2 but all proceeds go to The Palm Association, a charity that helps need Bahraini families. Call 1717 1441.
Concepts of memory and identity Sun 14 to January 2015 French-Romanian artist Stefan Ramniceanu is displaying a collection of works at the Bin Matar House in Muharraq which question concepts of memory and identity. More than 50 paintings, sculptures and drawings are on showcase. The house is open Saturday to Thursday, 9am to 1pm and 4pm to 7pm. Call 1732 2549.