With UAE’s 48th National Day around the corner, more and more organisations in public and private centre are holding celebrations to show their solidarity with the nation and their admiration for it.
Al Qasba, Sharjah’s leisure, tourism and family destination, is getting ready to celebrate the 48th UAE National Day on 1 - 2 December with a packed art and cultural programme that will celebrate the country’s symbolic ‘Spirit of the Union’.
The citywide UAE’s 48th National Day celebrations will not only cover various aspects of the country’s evolution over the years and showcase the Emirati lifestyle, hospitality, heritage and culture, but also feature world-class entertainment and events that will highlight Dubai’s longstanding reputation as a year-round family destination.
Celebrating the UAE 48th National Day is one of the major happening as the Hamdan Bin Mohammed Heritage Center (HHC) has announced its support to 15 establishments in the UAE, including educational institutions holding various events in celebration of the UAE’s 48th National Day. The HHC will also host the official event on December 2 at the Heritage Village in Dubai’s Global Village.
Jumeirah Beach Residence (JBR), Dubai’s premier beachfront destination by Dubai Retail, will shine the spotlight on the UAE’s heritage with a series of themed cultural activations during its second #WOWJBR festival.
Issa Rashid Al Riyami, a-53 year-old UAE national walked 150 kilometres of the 400 kilometres journey in the Seven Emirates Walk initiative when he arrived in Ras Al Khaimah coming from Fujairah.
Brigadier General Abdullah Mubarak bin Amer, Deputy Commander-in-Chief of Sharjah Police, chaired a meeting at Al Shohadaa Hall (Martyrs’ Hall) of the Headquarters, to discuss preparations of the upcoming holiday for Commemoration Day and the 48th UAE National Day.
The Environment and Protected Areas Authority (Epaa) organised a special celebration entitled “You May Know One Another” for the UAE’s 48th National Day. Held on the morning of Monday 25th November at Epaa’s Natural History & Botanical Museum, the celebration was aimed at VIPs including the heads and directors of government departments and representatives from the Embassy of the State of Palestine and the Embassy of the Republic of Mexico and government employees, Epaa staff, people from a nursing home and the Museum’s visitors.
Five thousands people from 58 nationalities raised the flag, breaking the record for being the largest number of people holding one flag.
His Highness Dr Sheikh Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, praised the efforts exerted by the members of the previous session of the Sharjah Consultative Council (SCC), highlighting their distinguished role in promoting the society’s advancement and ensuring various services to the public.