5 things to do today

Have a pancake cook-off and Indian dance-off

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Saturday 18

Learn about ‘Indian feng shui’: This free seminar on vaastu shastra will discuss architecture and spirituality. See what’s happening in the property market in India while you’re there – the seminar is part of the Indian Property Show.
Free. 3pm. Dubai World Trade Centre, www.indianpropertyshow.com.

The Wedding Fair: This two-day event will involve catwalk shows, expert fashion advice and the chance to win the perfect honeymoon. We’re interested to see if the latest trends have a Kate Middleton feel.
Free. 4pm-9pm, continues until Friday 17. Serdaal Ballroom, The Westin Dubai Mina Sehayi, www.ahlanlive,com/wedding.

Watch traditional Indian dancing: The colourful Kathak Festival takes place today, with legendary Indian classical dancer Pandit Birju Maharaj making his debut performance in Dubai.
From Dhs100. 6.30pm-9.30pm. Ductac, Mall of the Emirates, www.timeouttickets.com

Treat dad to a pancakes cook-off: It may not be the most relaxing pre-Father’s Day event, but if your dad is fiercely competitive and a stellar cook, why not take him to Mazina’s pancake battle? It will pitch the first 10 dads against one another at the restaurant’s live cooking stations during a family-friendly brunch.
Dhs195 (with soft drinks). 12.30pm-4pm. Mazina, The Address Dubai Marina (04 436 7777).

Cavalli Club’s new menu: If you’re in the pursuit of extreme decadence, we recommend you try Cavalli’s new seven-course menu featuring canapés, caviar, chocolate, cheeses, coffee and other special concoctions, served beneath the venue’s spectacular crystal chandeliers.
Dhs1,200 per person. From 8pm. Cavalli Club, The Fairmont Dubai (04 332 9260).

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