Find unique buys at ARTE Market or sign up for a detox programme
Time Out Dubai staff
Friday, July 12
Find unique buys at ARTE Market: Features the hand-made wares of more than 1,800 eclectic artisans from 30 countries. Don’t miss the cool kimonos from Aussie label Lady Mauve. Free entry. Noon-9pm. Times Square Centre (04 341 8020).
Learn more about Ramadan: The Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding will be holding an evening that starts with the call to prayer followed by an iftar banquet with Emirati hosts, a trip to the Diwan Mosque, dessert and tea. Dhs135 (adults), free (children under 12). Daily (until Aug 5) from 15 minutes before the call to prayer (approx. 7pm). Al Musallah Road, House 26, Al Fahidi Neighbourhood, Bur Dubai, www.cultures.ae (04 353 6666).
Explore the colour and form at Gallery Isabelle Van Den Eynde: Jessica Mein and Adbelkader Benchamma are exhibiting their works which study how colour and form affect the human psyche. Until July 28. Gallery Isabelle Van Den Eynde, Street 8, Building 17, Alserkal Avenue (04 323 5052).
Sign up for a detox programme: Three-day and five-day programmes include various treatments, plus accommodation for two at Park Hyatt Dubai, healthy breakfasts and a Viva Mayr food menu. Dhs10,950 for two people (three nights), Dhs17,000 for two people (five nights). Dhs3,600 per person for non-accommodation package (three days), Dhs5,500 per person for non-accommodation package (five days). Dubai Herbal & Treatment Centre (04 335 1200).
Nickelodeon Hollywood Night at Atlantis: SpongeBob SquarePants and Patrick Star are holding a series of parties at Atlantis, The Palm in July. Kids can have their picture taken, walk the red carpet with SpongeBob and Patrick, and enjoy a screening of an episode from the animated series. Dhs250 per child. Every Friday in July. 6.30pm-10.30pm. Atlantis Kids Club. (04 426 0000).