Things to do on September 29:
Sip this: Coffee fans can sip on Mokha 1450’s aromatic speciality blends at bargain prices for just one more day. This coveted coffee boutique on Al Wasl Road is offering buy one get one free on options such as the ultra-rare Ethiopian Geisha, Kenyan Riabia or Yemeni Talok. And when we say ‘rare’, we mean you might be one of tens of people in the world to sip on such a brew. Form a queue now.
Prices vary. Daily 8am-10am. Until September 30. Aswaaq Community Mall, Al Wasl Road (04 321 6455).
China Grill gets busy: Madame Butterfly calls all ladies to China Grill for this busy evening where gals get unlimited beverages and 50 percent off their food bill.
Free. 6.30pm-midnight. The Westin Dubai Mina Seyahi Beach Resort & Marina, Al Sufouh Road (04 511 7333).
Linear perspective, axonometry and descriptive geometry: This course aims to give students an idea about ways to represent the illusion of 3D objects in art, architecture and design. Participants will leave each session with sketches and one drawing of a more comprehensive idea.
Dhs460 (two sessions plus materials). 9.30am-12.30pm. Ongoing. Ductac, Mall of the Emirates, Al Barsha (04 341 4777).
Dubai Stars Sportsplex: Play indoor five-a-side football, basketball, volleyball, cricket, badminton and handball at this 46,000 square foot indoor sports facility. Courts can be booked per hour and members can also take part in group exercise classes.
From Dhs120 per hour for court rental. From Dhs70 for group exercise classes. Sat-Thu 8am-11pm. Fri 8am-noon, 2pm-11pm. Ongoing. Dubai Stars Sportsplex, 11a Street, Mirdif, www.dubaistars.ae (800 78277).
Massage with free yoga at Talise Spa: Book yourself in for the ‘Spamazing’ package. Enjoy a one-hour massage and then relax on the two kilometre private beach at Madinat Jumeirah. Finally, join the complimentary yoga class.
Dhs550 (Sun-Thu), Dhs590 (Fri-Sat). Until September 30. Talise Spa, Madinat Jumeirah (04 366 6818).