5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

Attend a free outdoor yoga class in JLT or play ball hockey

The Knowledge
Sunday, September 15

Find inspiration in Iranian art: Iranian artist Rezvan Sadeghzadeh’s paintings address the apprehensions, hopes and fears of women in this thoughtful exhibition.
Ayyam Gallery, DIFC (04 323 6242).

Have a long lunch in DIFC: The business lunch deal at Caramel Restaurant and Lounge is back, offering three courses for Dhs79.
Dhs79 per person. Sun-Thu 11am-3pm. Ongoing. DIFC (800 227 2635).

Play ball hockey: Join the indoor Mighty Ducks Reloaded league, a recreational series for teams of men and women playing five-on-five.
Dhs400 individual, Dhs3,000 team. 7.30pm-9.30pm. Until November 10. Regent International School, Emirates Living (04 447 2394).

Attend a free outdoor yoga class in JLT: Yoga Retreats kicks off the new season with a free trial class this evening on the grass.
Dhs70. Ongoing. 7pm. Al Mas Tower grass area, in front of Better Homes office, JLT (050 181 9527).

Swim with dolphins: With a variety of experiences on offer, from meet-and-greet sessions to full-on swimming action, this is an experience the little ones will treasure. The price of dolphin interactions includes access to the beach and Aquaventure Waterpark to boot.
Atlantis The Palm, Palm Jumeirah. www.atlantisthepalm.com (04 426 1030).

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