Monday, July 29
Find Eid gifts at the Sal y Limon pop-up shop: This Swiss accessories brand is running a temporary pop up store near the entrance to the Laylati Ramadan Tent.
Lower Ground, Grand Hyatt Dubai, at the entrance of Laylati Ramadan Tent (04 317 2403).
Do yoga in an art gallery: Get inspired with Yogallery classes, surrounded by art.
Dhs50 per session. Mon and Wed 5.30pm-6.30pm; Sat 10am-11am. Book ahead. Ongoing. XVA Gallery, DIFC, www.urbanyoga.ae.
Give a pet a loving home: Pet rescue organisations are working hard to rehome unwanted animals this summer. Pirate, an 18-month-old saluki cross, is just one of them.
To enquire about adapting Pirate, email Animal Action at email@example.com.
An Arabic tradition in Thai style: Try iftar on the 24th floor, with food prepared by The Californian and Pax restaurants.
Dhs160 per person, Dhs80 for children age 6-11, Dhs145 for groups of 20 or more. Sunset-9pm. Dusit Thani, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 343 3333).
Wild West Monday: Drop the kids off at Caboodle Pamper and Play where they can saddle up for an exciting adventure through the Wild West. They can meet the sheriffs, bandits, horses, get dressed up and much more.
Dhs50 for one hour including one hour of free play in the soft play area. www.caboodle.ae (04 325 3367).