5 things to do today in Dubai

Break your fast at a Turkish festival or learn iPad animation

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Saturday, August 3

Break your fast at a Turkish festival: The Auris Plaza Hotel hosts a Turkish iftar.
Dhs125 per person. Half price for children aged five-12. Free for children under five. Daily sunset-9pm. Al Barsha (04 455 4839).

Give a kitten a loving home: Head to The Animal Project’s weekly adoption day to pick up a cat or kitten to take home. Fosterers are also needed to provide temporary shelter for rescued felines.
Free. 1pm-4pm. The City Vet Clinic, Al Wasl Road, www.friendsofanimalsdxb.com (04 388 3990).

Meet robotics enthusiasts for dinner: Dubai’s Lego Robot Makers club is open to people who like to build things, from Lego Mindstorms robotics to open source 3D printers and beyond. Tonight they meet at Chili’s.
Free, attendees pay for their own meal. Chili’s, Mall of the Emirates, www.meetup.com/dubai-lego-robot-makers (no number).

Check out a Ramadan Night Market at Dubai World Trade Centre: This evening market will feature food, garments, leather, electronics, handicrafts, musical instruments and toys.
Entry is free. Open from iftar to 2am during Ramadan and 5pm-midnight during Eid. Hall No 7 & 8 (04 327 7743).

Learn iPad animation: Head to the Cartoon Gallery to learn how to animate with your iPad or iPhone.
Dhs150 for two hours. Cartoon Art Gallery, 4B Street, Al Quoz (04 346 6467).

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