5 things to do today in Dubai

Listen to house music or last chance menu offer

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Things to do on December 29:

Get a charity calendar: Purchase a cute calendar from K9 Friends, which will be made available at various pet clinics and retailers including Shampooch in Al Quoz and the British Vet Hospital in Jumeirah. For full list of retailers visit the K9 Friends Facebook page.
Dhs35. www.k9friends.com (04 887 8739).

Stay fit with BodyART: Try the new BodyART classes at Gold’s Gyms across the UAE offer a fusion of yoga and Pilates that is based on the Eastern approach of treating the entire body as one system, using the principles of Yin and Yang and of the five elements.
Gold’s Gym, various locations including Business Bay (800 46 537).

Last chance menu offer: The Traiteur deal, which comprises two special set menus – one classic and one modern – finishes soon.
Dhs495 per person (food only). Dhs695 (with grape). Sun-Fri 7pm-midnight. Until December 31. Park Hyatt Dubai, Deira (04 317 2222).

Listen to house music: Join Dubai favourite Raxon for a night of house music and unlimited drinks, 8pm to 11pm.
Dhs150. 8pm-3am. Story Rooftop Lounge, Dubai Knowledge Village (04 365 9911).

Brooklyn Melodies: With nine locations in Dubai, Brooklyn Melodies Music Center – a KHDA Music Learning Approved Institute – is one of the largest music and dance institutes in the city. Kids can learn to play a range of instruments. Vocal training is also available to all age groups. And, the centre offers a complete programme of ballet lessons from beginner to advanced.
Check the website for details. Al Wasl Road, Jumeirah, www.brooklynmelodies.com (04 388 4815).

Win top prizes at Time Out Dubai’s latest Brunch Club event

The ultimate guide to the city’s brunch options every Friday

Sponsored: From the arrival to the eating, every element is an experience – and one you need to have

Sponsored: 13 award-winning eateries will be offering special menus at a brilliant price

Time Out Dubai goes behind the scenes at the brand-new restaurant on Bluewaters Island

Spanish Soccer Schools invites young footballers to register for new terms


Follow us