5 things to do tomorrow
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Monday, July 16,
View African art at Showcase Gallery: ‘Taste Binds the Tribe’ features the works of established Zimbabwean artist Daryl Nero and Mozambique’s late Isaac Sithole.
Free. Until September 1. Unit 35, Alserkal Avenue, Street 8, Al Quoz 1 (04 379 0940).
Show you mean business at Zuma: Head to Zuma for their award-winning lunch, and choose between two or four courses.
Dhs62 (two courses), Dhs120 (four courses). Sun-Thu noon-3pm. Ongoing. DIFC (04 425 5660).
Take a journey to the soul: a spiritual seminar: This workshop aims to tap into the purpose of life.
Dhs100. 7pm-9pm. Illuminations, 409, Fortune Executive towers, Cluster T, Jumeirah Lakes Towers (04 448 7043).
Be the early bird: Take advantage of Jumeirah Zabeel Saray’s dine before nine deal for a gourmet bargain.
Dhs120 (three courses at Al Nafoorah), Dhs180 (three courses at Amala, Lalezar or Vôi). 7pm-9pm. Until July 20. Palm Jumeirah (04 453 0444).
Head to Children’s City for their Summer: Events programme This large and airy indoor edutainment centre in Creek Park, is the perfect place to let the kids off the leash – and even more so right now because of the special activities programme on offer. Photography lessons, balloon benders, stilt walkers, story tellers, cartoon characters, arts and crafts activities, competitions and more, are all part of the fun.
Dhs15 (adults) Dhs10 (children). 9am-7.30pm, Sat-Thu, 3pm-8.30pm. Summer Events programme until July 19. www.facebook.com/ChildCity (04 334 0808).
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