5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

Spend iftar at Lafayette Gourmet or donate at Nando’s

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

Send e-greetings: Support the work of the Al Noor Training Centre for Children with Special Needs by buying e-cards with designs created by the students.
From Dhs2 per design. www.greetingsbyalnoor.com (04 340 4844).

Spend iftar at Lafayette Gourmet: The international iftar buffet features mezze, sushi, grills, Arabic sweets, tea and juice.
Dhs155 per adult, Dhs75 (children aged 6-11). Sun-Thu sunset-8.30pm, Fri-Sat sunset-9.30pm. Galeries Lafayette, The Dubai Mall, Downtown Dubai (04 339 9933).

Donate at Nando’s: Order the ‘Altogether Platter’ for Dhs36, and Nando’s will donate the entire cost of the meal to children’s charity, Dubai Cares. Dhs36. June 18 until Eid. Various locations including
The Dubai Mall, Downtown Dubai, www.nandos.ae (04 434 0190).

Swim with Speedo: Swimmers of all levels can visit the new ‘Get Speedo Fit’ website and watch tutorial videos, workout plans and get tips on equipment to use to get the most out of pool time.

How to create your own inspiration: The Dubai International Writers Centre is holding an inspirational workshop to help kids write a masterpiece, teaching the techniques they need to get their creative juices flowing.
Dhs250, 9am-1pm. House 290, Al Shindagha Historical Neighbourhood, Bur Dubai (04 355 9844).

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