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L.O.V.E. your Sunday or get some parenting tips

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Sunday 27

Join the German Ladies Association: This group offers German women in Dubai the chance to meet like-minded people, make new contacts and explore new hobbies at regular coffee mornings.
Dhs20. From 10am. Remo Café, near Burj Al Arab, karin.gloede@web.de (no number).

Pairing menu at Mango Tree: Indulge in a five-course pairing menu, which offers a multitude of Thai flavours matched with recommended grape varieties.
Dhs250 (vegetarian menu), Dhs295 (non-vegetarian menu). Daily 6.30pm-11pm. Ongoing. Souk Al Bahar (04 426 7313).

L.O.V.E. your Sunday: Hear electro-chic sounds from DJ Marshall at club night L.O.V.E. Sundays – the perfect way to get the week off to a good start.
Free; reservation required. 7pm-3am. Okku, The Monarch Dubai, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 501 8777).

Lobster Sundays at Fish Market: Every Sunday, Chef Sombun will cook any size of lobster from the Fish Market’s seafood display for Dhs85.
Dhs85 (lobster), other dishes vary in price. 7.30pm-11.15pm. Until November 30. Radisson Blu Hotel, Dubai Deira Creek (04 205 7333)

Get some parenting tips: Therese Sequeira hosts another of her popular Triple P seminars today. The morning session is all about ‘Raising Resilient Children’, while the evening session concentrates on ‘Raising Confident, Competent Children’.
Dhs250 per parent, Dhs350 per couple. 8.30am-10am, 6.30pm-8.30pm. KidsFIRST Medical Centre, Al Wasl Road, Umm Suqeim, www.kidsfirst.ae (04 348 5437).

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