A host of eventful moments to engulf the capital


The second edition of the Abu Dhabi Moments initiative is to launch on 11 November.

Coming back to strengthen community ties in the emirate, Winter’s The Department of Community Development, in cooperation with various entities in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, has announced the second edition of the Abu Dhabi Moments initiative.

The event will kick off with a grand launch on 11 November at Khalifa Square and will continue until December 2022. Consisting of various activities and events spanning several locations across the Abu Dhabi, Al Ain and Al Dhafra regions, the initiative hopes to strengthen the social fabric of the capital.

Multicultural events here hope to encourage participation, inspire cultural and social integration and invoke a spirit of enjoyment through games and entertainment. All these contribute to building a tight-knit and happy community by establishing social connections between citizens, and residents enhancing the quality of life of the Abu Dhabi community.

Starting from 4pm, visitors can partake in a plethora of fun across inflatable play areas, bouncy balls, trampolines, Jenga, basketball, and a game of snakes and ladders all the way until 11pm.

Looking for a challenge? Head for the water maze and big ballers. Several special shows are also lined up, including a bubble show, face painting, tic tac toe, balloon hurricane, balloon twister, a circus show, sway pole, shows onstage like Alice in Wonderland and Aladdin, and wellness sessions. And of course, some exciting prizes to make things even more fun!

In the spirit of inclusion, the events lined up during Abu Dhabi Moments will cater to different ages and nationalities. Other notable locations across the emirate are Al Jahili Park in Al Ain City, Mussafah Area in Abu Dhabi city, Mohamed bin Zayed City Public Park in Abu Dhabi City, Capital Park in Abu Dhabi City downtown and Al Dhannah City in Al Dhafra region.

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