Check out a French retrospective or gorge on food from Louisiana
Time Out Dubai staff
Things to do on February 15:
Check out a French retrospective: French painter Bernard Buffet and sculptor Auguste Rodin’s work is shown together in an exhibition that focuses on the similarities between the two men’s interpretation of form. Until March 1. Opera Gallery, DIFC (04 323 0909).Take a cat home via Feline Friends: Adopt a moggy or kitten in need of a permanent home. The adoption day will offer advice on animal care as well as pair you up with a pet. Free. 1pm-4pm. The Vet Hospital, Al Quoz. www.felinefriendsofdubai.com (050 451 0058).
Attend a market in Century Village:
Check out local outfits including My Ex Wardrobe, The Colour Den, Le Dressing Room and Hayet Zerelli in an al fresco setting. The surrounding restaurants are putting on a special menu in conjunction with the market. Free entry. Dhs100 including two courses and two grape beverages. Until February 15. 4pm-8pm. Century Village, Al Garhoud (no number).
Go to free yoga classes all day: Day two of the Yoga Festival features yoga classes for kids and adults, as well as meditation, healing and well-being stands. Free. 7am-8pm. Dubai Internet City, between buildings 1 & 2 near HSBC, www.yogafest.me.
Gorge on food from Louisiana: Cravin’ Cajun restaurant launches a promotion inspired by the street festivals of New Orleans. Prices vary. Mon-Sat 7pm-11.30pm. Until February 28. Novotel Dubai, Al Barsha (04 304 9000).