Enjoy the UAE-resident discount at Wild Wadi or get to grips with Lego
Time Out Dubai staff
Saturday, March 10
Aquaint yourself with the art of chue-style feng shui: In this two-day course you’ll learn about the Form and Compass School, the five celestial animals, the eight trigrams and the Lo-Shu square, as well as finding out of how to best organise your living space. Day two is on Saturday March 17. Dhs2,400. 10am-5pm. Dubai Herbal and Treatment Centre, Oud Metha (04 335 1200).
See travel-inspired photos: Palestinian artist Hummi Shaheen presents ‘I Came, I Saw, I Captured’, which tells the story of her travels. Free. Until March 31. Momentum Dubai, DIFC (04 327 4320).
Enjoy the UAE-resident discount at Wild Wadi: Make the most of Wild Wadi’s discount for UAE residents, and save yourself Dhs55 on each adult entry fee. Make sure you bring your UAE ID (driver’s licence, labour card, Emirates ID card, passport or copy all accepted). Dhs160 (normally Dhs215). Open daily 10am-7pm. Until March 19. Wild Wadi, Umm Suqeim (04 348 4444).
Dig a new urban night at Amika: Amika has got in on the urban trend, with DJ Emtee leading their new weekly Soul X8 night. Free (door policy applies). Ongoing. 9pm-3am. Amika Dubai, The Monarch, Sheikh Zayed Road (055 358 0044).
Get to grips with Lego at Children’s City in Creek Park: The educational children’s zone is holding Life Skills Development Workshops on Saturdays for kids aged 11 to 15. Each workshop lasts 1.15 hours, and costs Dhs360, including entrance to the Children’s City Zone. Workshops for girls and boys are also held separately. Dhs360 (per child). 12.30pm-1.45pm (for girls), 2pm-3.15pm (for boys). Until March 17. (04 334 0808).