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Arab Voices Community Calendar/Announcements
 
   

The events listed below are not necessarily endorsed or sponsored by Arab Voices. Listing them on this site is a service to the community to be aware of activities and events in the Greater Houston Area. To include an event on this calendar, send e-mail to info@arabvoices.net.
 
 
 Events / Announcements
  Last updated May 26, 2018

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June 3, 2018  -  Rays of Change 2018

Rays of Change is Amaanah’s annual benefit dinner for resettled refugees in Houston. The event is attended by more than 1,100 guests every year. Guests share the experience on social media with thousands of friends.
 
For inquiries or processing, please contact muhammad.d@refugeelink.com or ghulam@refugeelink.com. You can also reach us by phone at 713.370.3063.
 
For more information, click here.

 

  


 
 

June 11-21, 2018  -  Arabic Summer Camp at ACC


The Arab American Cultural & Community Center (ACC) will hold its annual Summer Camp for kids at the ACC Center  June 11th to June 21st, from Monday till Thursday. The camp hours are from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., with the option of Pre-care and After-care at additional charge.
 
Kids will learn the Arabic language and cultural through a combination of language lesson, daily themes, conversational time and hands-on fun inducing arts & crafts. Singing along to Arabic songs, a splash day and interactive games are just the beginning; children can be native or non-native Arabic speakers between 4 & 13 years.

The camp consists of two one-week sessions. Kids can attend session one, session two, or both sessions.
 
Session 1: June 11th to June 14th- Monday through Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Session 2: June 18th to June 21st - Monday through Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Location: Arab American Cultural & Community Center, 10555 Stancliff Road- Houston 77099
  
This year, we have a scheduled field trip to Asia Society on Thursday June 14th. The kids will be treated to hands on activities and a tour of an exhibit.

For those interested to register their child and for more details about fees and: https://arabicsummercamp2018.eventbrite.com
 
For any questions, parents are welcome to email school@acchouston.org.
 
Click here for flyer.

 
  


 

June 17, 2018  -  EAS Eid and Fathers' Day Picnic


The Egyptian American Society (EAS) will be hosting a picnic on June 17th, 2018. It will be a special celebration of both Eid Alfitr عيد الفطر and Father's day, and would like to invite each and every one of you, your family members and friends. Let's get together and have a great time with the community gathered together for a fun day.
 
The Egyptian American Society has reserved a pavilion for this gathering in a wonderful park in Sugar Land, which offers a lot of opportunities for all ages.
 
Location: 3703 Lost Creek Blvd, Sugar Land TX 77479
Phone: 281-275-2700
Time: 2-8 pm
 
Items you may need to bring to the picnic:
  - A disposable table cover
  - Water, drinks, snacks
  - Food, kahk.
  - Paper towels, wipes, hand sanitizer
  - Extra chairs
  - Games
  - Positive attitude :))
 
A special treat for everyone will also be entertainment by Adam Yacout.
 
The EAS is now a nonprofit organization and exempt from federal income tax under section 501(c)3.
 
Hope to see you all and Ramadan Kareem رمضان كريم وكل عام وانتم بخير.

Egyptian American Society
EAS-Houston

 
  


 

June 24, 2018 (deadline): The Palestinian American Cultural Center (PAAC) Scholarship Program
 
Up to Six $3,000 Scholarships Available!
 
For high school seniors, undergraduate students, and postgraduate students in Texas.
 
Deadline: June 24, 2018
 
Apply online at http://pacchouston.org/scholarships/.  
  
  


 

August 31-September 3, 2018  -  55th Annual ISNA Convention

Hosted by Islamic Society of North America (ISNA)
 
Date: August 31, 2018 – September 3, 2018
Location: George R. Brown Convention Center, 1001 Avenida de las Americas, Houston 77010

Discounted Early Bird Registration Fee until February 28, 2018:
Adult $ 89; Husband & Wife $ 170; University Student/ MSA $ 79; School Student/ MYNA $ 55; Children's Program $ 45; Babysitting $ 70; Group of 5 or more $ 75 per person, CSRL Banquet $ 200 per ticket
 
ISNA can provide a limited number of need based complimentary registrations for the convention. Please email us at convention@isna.net or call 317-838-8129

Hotel Rooms:
ISNA has arranged discounted hotel rooms at the Hilton Americas Hotel which is connected to George R. Brown Convention center. You will receive hotel room reservation information via email in September 2017.
 
Convention Bazaar:
A Bazaar (Trade Show) with more than 500 booths will be organized at this convention. At this trade show, a variety of merchandise will be available including clothing, books, audio-visual, etc. Contact akhan@isna.net for more information.

 

  


 

October 13, 2018  -  ACC Annual Unity & Friendship Gala
Arab American Cultural & Community Center
 
This year we are highlighting the people and culture of Palestine!
  
Our Esteemed Honorees are:
Dr. Osama and Dr. Lilian Gaber
For Nora's Home for the Outstanding Community Service Award
 
Dr. Ussama Makdisi
For the Lifetime Achievement Award!
 
Date: Saturday, October 13, 2018
Location: Hilton Post Oak, Houston
 
   


 

Hall of Ancient Egypt
Permanent Collection
 
Safely ensconced in the Sahara desert, and drawing its lifeblood from the river Nile, ancient Egyptian civilization flourished for more than three millennia. A quintessential example of what archaeologists call a primary civilization,” ancient Egypt did not rely on inspiration from others to develop its own architecture, writing and religion—all of Egyptian culture was developed “in house.”

The themes of writing, religion, natural resources and of course mummification will be explored in this new permanent exhibition hall.

When: Members Preview: May 24-30, 2013; Public Opening: May 31, 2013
Location: Houston Museum of Natural Science, 5555 Hermann Park Drive, Houston 77030

Ever since the late 18th century, the Western world has been exploring Egypt. This hall will present artifacts collected during these early days of investigations, and will also compare old-style archaeology with 21st-century approaches, such as using satellite imagery and remote sensing to locate and map ancient settlements. The Museum’s own mummy, Ankh Hap, will be moved to his new surroundings in time for the opening on May 24, 2013.

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