5 things to do tomorrow

Ride with Dubai Roadsters or check out The Ivy Museum

The Knowledge
Friday, August 10

Ride with Dubai Roadsters: Cycling club Dubai Roadsters’ Friday morning rides are still taking place throughout summer. All are welcome, though cyclists must be in good shape, and bring their own equipment and water.
Free. 5.30am. Meet at Lime Tree Café, Jumeirah, www.dubairoadsters.com.

Check out The Ivy Museum: The Ivy takes over the Boulevard in Jumeirah Emirates Towers with an art exhibition themed around diamond-shaped graphics, reflecting The restaurant’s famous stained glass windows.
Free. Open daily noon-late. Until August 31. Outside The Ivy, The Boulevard, Jumeirah Emirates Towers (04 319 8767).

Try an exclusive iftar at Kempinski: Break fast with the hotel’s kitchen team at the special chef’s table. Guests can also tailor the iftar menu to their group’s desires.
Prices vary. Booking essential. From sunset. Mall of the Emirates (04 409 5999).

Play in a charity five-a-side tournament: Duplays is running a charity five-a-side football competition, with all proceeds going to the Adopt-a-Camp charity. All players must bring two items to donate, such as clothing or sports equipment.
Dhs100 per person, Dhs700 per team. 8pm-midnight. Sheikh Saeed Halls 1-3, Dubai World Trade Centre, www.duplays.com (04 447 2394).

Shop at a seasonal night market: Pick up bargains at this special evening market, featuring products from across the globe: items range from food to electronics.
Free. 8pm-3am. Until August 19. Dubai World Trade Centre, inside Sports City, www.ramadannightmarket.com.

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