View Picasso, Dali, Andy Warhol and Banksy prints: This exhibition, entitled ‘Editions: Prints & Multiples’, includes multiples from some of the most influential artists of the 20th century. Those on show also include Roy Lichtenstein, Yue Minjun, Blek Le Rat and Mr Brainwash. Until November 30. ProArt Gallery, Palm Strip Mall, Jumeirah Beach Road (04 345 0900).Learn tips from fashion industry insiders at the Berlin-Dubai Festival: This five-day event will offer essential info about the fashion scenes in Berlin and Dubai, and will include a workshop on fashion blogging hosted by Jessica Weiss, the creator of Berlin’s most popular fashion blog, www.lesmads.de. Free. From 10am. Until November 2. The Pavilion, Downtown Dubai (04 447 7025).Have a scary round of golf: It’s not just the bunkers you’ll need to watch out for during Greenkeeper’s Revenge, a family par-3 course event. Head greenkeeper Perry will be arranging horrible Halloween hazards to try to put you off your game. Frighteningly fun stableford competition for teams of one adult and one child. Dhs245 per team (Dhs130 per adult and Dhs115 per child). Shotgun starts at 3.30pm and 5pm. The Golf Academy, Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club, Deira (04 295 6000).
Check out Unplugged: Local acts and DJs come together for live sessions spanning a variety of different music genres at this new weekly night. Price TBC. 9pm-3am. Sublime, Ibis Hotel, Dubai World Trade Centre (050 436 0891).
Buy fresh veg from Ripe Food Market: Pick up boxes of delicious fresh fruit and veg. Smaller boxes can feed one to two people for a week, while the larger boxes can feed a family. Dhs80 (small), Dhs130 (large). 9.30am-1pm. Ongoing. Dubai Garden Centre, beside Gold & Diamond Park, Sheikh Zayed Road, www.ripeme.com(04 340 0006).