5 things to do today

Hear Irish rock and see musicians jam it out

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Saturday 19

Late-start dives in Fujairah: Sleep in and still get two dives at Al Aqah. The first dive is at noon and the second at 3pm, and if you’re not yet qualified, there’s the option to do snorkelling instead. Prices include transport from Dubai, lunch and refreshments.
Dhs525 with full diving equipment, Dhs475 with tanks and weights, Dhs425 for snorkelling. Leave Dubai from 9am. Al Boom Diving, Le Méridien Al Aqah Beach Resort, Fujairah (04 342 2993).

Pack It Right Workshop: This community workshop aims to highlight the risks of improper food handling, demonstrate how to properly package and store leftover food and avoid contamination, all in a fun, educational way.
Free. 11am-12.30pm. Kidville, The Walk, Jumeirah Beach Residence (04 440 1220).

Group reiki healing at The Third Eye: This group reiki session is affordable and open to everyone, even those with no prior experience of practising or receiving reiki. It also includes a meditation session.
Dhs10. 6.30pm-8pm. The Third Eye, 1101 Saeed Tower II, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 326 6539).

Irish rock with Aslan: Named after Narnia’s favourite lion, working class Irish rockers Aslan are now approaching 30 years on the road: expect rousing rawk at this free gig.
Free. From 8pm. The Irish Village, Garhoud (04 282 4750)

DJs and musicians jam it out: Renowned local acts such as Aaron, Ziryab, Adam Shero and Rone Jaxx (below) get together for this jam night.
Free. 9pm-3am. Ongoing. Sublime, Ibis Hotel, Dubai World Trade Centre (050 436 0891).

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