The DFI Ajyal Youth Film Festival is back for its fifth year at Katara Cultural Village. From 29 November to 4 December, families can enjoy more than 80 family-friendly films, including fiction, documentaries, animated films and locally produced works. The festival will also feature a pop culture convention, the annual family weekend with activities for all ages, and the Ajyal Talks, a series of talks that highlight global issues affecting youths.
Kids and parents will go wild for the new Farmer’s Brunch at the Ritz-Carlton, Doha featuring an international cuisine with a focus on local and sustainable farming. But the food isn’t the only attraction; a petting zoo with live farm animals, a farmer’s market and an option to purchase locally produced jam and honey products make this a truly unique brunch.
Strap on a pair of rollerblades and coast your way down the Corniche with the Qatar Rolling Skating Club. If you’ve never skated before, the club offers lessons by skill level six days a week (excluding Tuesdays) all over Qatar. Classes typically run in the afternoon during the week and in the morning on weekends near MIA Park.
Hold on to your ghutrah! The 2017 FIA World Touring Car Championship is coming back to Losail International Circuit from 30 November to 1 December. Access to the grandstand and paddock is free, and VIP tickets start at QR 700. The Losail Karting Track will also be open during the race from 16:00–21:00. Kids 15 years old and up can practice their hairpin turns for QR 100 per 15-minute session.