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Dine with Chef Daniel Hofler: Tonight is the last night Chef Daniel will grace the Terrace at Park Hyatt Dubai. So sample his menu of German tapas while you still can.
Dhs220 (food only).
Daily noon-1am. Until November 20. Park Hyatt Dubai (04 602 1234).
Check out the dancing fountains at Global Village: In between browsing the 124 pavilions (and the food and produce stalls) and going bananas at the funfair, check out the dancing fountain shows, which run daily from 6.30pm.
Dhs10. Open Sat-Wed 4pm-midnight, Thu-Fri 4pm-1am. Until March 3. Global Village, Emirates Road, www.globalvillage.ae (04 362 4114).
Vintage night at Nineteen: Enjoy a four-course menu paired with selected beverages at this classy venue with great views.
Dhs375. 7.30pm-11.30pm. Ongoing. The Address Montgomerie Dubai, Emirates Hills (04 390 5600).
Blub in the pool at a Disney classic: Catch a one-off poolside screening of Disney favourite The Lion King, which is packed with classic tunes. Entertainment for any age.
Dhs99 including snacks. 8.30pm. Cabana, The Address Dubai Mall (04 438 8999).
Nurture their love of reading: at Peekaboo This popular children’s activity centre is collaborating with the Sharjah International Children’s Book Fair to offer fun literary activities laid on until November 26. Enjoy storytelling sessions and plenty of creative classes.
Dhs20-50 per hour (age dependent). Daily 10am-9pm. Until November 26. Ibn Battuta Mall (04 429 7949).
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