Sharjah Ladies Club is pleased to announce that it will be holding “Summer Camps” with a wide range of educational activities and programs aimed at increasing children’s skills and abilities. The program consist of 4 different camps will be hosted in the main club and its branches in the Eastern and Central Regions of the Emirates of Sharjah while maintaining all precautionary measures.
The activities will be held in the mornings and evenings between July 3rd and August 25th for girls aged 4 to16 and boys from 4 to 8.
Mushmis Summer Camp is the perfect place for kids to spend their summer break in a safe environment, engage in different activities, events, and programs which are aimed at building their abilities and talents.
The summer camp will be held at Collage Talent Center and the Sports Complex at the main club, as well as Ibdaa’ Talent Center, Layaqa Fitness Center, Marasi Restaurant and Tala program at the branches.
The range of activities includes physical fitness, with water sports such as water basketball and swimming, as well as ice skating, workshops and crafts with recycled material, origami and printing on candles. There will also be cooking classes, ice cream making courses, cupcake decorating, paper plane making, robot assembly, ballet, music and drama.
Mrs. Alya Al Harmoudi, Director of Business Management at Sharjah Ladies Club, says that the annual summer camp is full of enriching events and activities focused on helping children build social skills and broaden their hobbies.
Al Harmoudi says: The themed summer camps we designed incorporates a variety of programs and activities suitable for all ages to keep the children entertained during their summer break, focus on their mental well-being and enhance their self-esteem and social skills.”
She added that Mushmis Summer Camp is a stunning collaboration between all branches of Sharjah Ladies Club,and highlights the Club’s ongoing efforts to excel and offer the highest quality services, while constantly searching for innovative and new ideas in line with the Club’s vision and goals.
Maryam Al Marzouqi, manager of the Al Dhaid branch, said: “The summer program is rich in activities and events at all four summer camps, which were designed to really benefit children during their summer holidays. Under the expert supervision of the Sharjah Ladies Club, teams in all branches will help children experience a summer camp focused on fun and honing their leadership and social skills.”
To find out more about Sharjah Ladies Club summer camps at their main club or their ten branches, see their social media channels @ShjLadiesClub, or visit their websites www.slc.ae and www.slcbranches.com