5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

Attend a first aid class at Optimal Fitness or see photography on show

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Things to do on July 16:

Attend a first aid class at Optimal Fitness: This paediatric first aid course aims to teach the skills that could save a child’s life. Email firstaid@optimalfitness.ae to attend.
Dhs350 per person. 9am-4pm. Optimal Fitness, Commercial Offices, Building 3, Dubai Studio City, www.optimalfitness.ae (04 457 2048).

Get creative with iftar meals: Digitas LBi’s #EidSocialFeed on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram suggests creative meal ideas for those the breaking fast. Search for #EidSocialFeed on social media.
Until Eid.

Don’t miss RWAQ Ramadan: This late-night event located at the Murjan and Sadaf areas of The Walk, JBR, features five zones dedicated to food, culture, art, fashion, and installations. For dining, two dedicated marquees serve contemporary Arabic fusion fare.
Free entry. Daily 7pm-2am. Until the end of Ramadan. The Walk, JBR, www.rwaq.ae (800 62728).

See photography on show: Photographer Peter Sanders’ new collection ‘The World is but a Moment’ is on show at Raffles Salon in partnership with The Empty Quarter Gallery and Habibi Communications. The exhibition comprises ten large-scale original pieces taken over the last 30 years.
Until September 15. Raffles Dubai, Oud Metha (04 324 8888).

Break your fast at Reem Al Bawadi: The restaurant serves authentic Lebanese dishes at the iftar buffet.
Dhs130. From sunset. Various locations including Sheikh Zayed Road (04 330 6663).

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