5 things to do today in Dubai

Sign up for three-on-three basketball or last chance to fill the blues

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Things to do on July 15:

Sign up for three-on-three basketball: Join the fast-paced one-day tournament. There is space for 16 men’s and under 17s teams and eight women’s teams only.
Dhs300 per team. August 7, 9am-5pm. Dubai Sports World, Dubai World Trade Centre, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 306 4000).

View modern artworks: The ‘Summer Sale Exhibition’ features a range of sculpture, photography and works on canvas and paper by emerging Middle Eastern artists.
Free. 10am-7pm. Until July 18. The Mine, Street 8A, Al Quoz (04 379 1704).

Save on pampering sessions: De La Mer Day Spa’s sale ends today – choose between Balinese, deep tissue, slimming, prenatal or Thai yoga stretch treatments and get 40 percent off.
Until July 15. Jumeirah Beach Road (04 328 2775).

Last chance to fill the blues: Get involved with local wrap specialist Moti Roti’s Filling the Blues charitable iftar initiative. Local food brands including Taqado and Lebaneesh will donate iftar meals to labourers. Volunteer to help hand the meals out. Bringing additional donations of water and snacks is encouraged.
Free to attend. Daily from 5pm. Until the end of Ramadan. www.motiroti.me/fillingtheblues.

Go to ‘The House’ at La Serre: La Serre Bistro and Boulangerie has turned itself into a unique art pop-up, which ends this week.
Prices vary. Daily. Boulangerie: 6.30am-10.30pm. Bistro: noon-3pm, 7pm-11pm. Until July 17. Vida Downtown Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard, Downtown Dubai (04 428 6966).

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