Activities for children add charm to Qatar-ExxonMobil Open 2022 as the tournament is now entering the semi-final stage.
23 February 2022, 12:00 AM
28 February 2022, 12:00 AM
Qatar-ExxonMobil Open 2022, now entering the semi-final stage, is one of Qatar’s top annual sports events. While the tennis tournament is in itself a mega event, a couple of interesting activities for children as well as adults on the sidelines only add to its overall attractiveness.
ExxonMobil Qatar shares a strong and long-term partnership with Qatargas and is pleased to promote the company’s sustainability efforts at the tournament. A carbon footprint calculator designed by Qatargas to provide an initial, simple, behaviourally-based estimation of the CO2 emissions that a person produces in one year.
Moreover, ExxonMobil Qatar’s partner Dadu, Children’s Museum of Qatar, is running a couple of activities in a dedicated room at the stand for young visitors aged 5 to 12.
These include Future City, an upcycling activity and community art project that will require young guests to use recycled materials and arts and crafts to help build a city for the future; and a Footprint Wall covered in designs of local animals that children will need to match with their footprints.