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Things To Do This Week
Updated on 21 July 2019

As we start another bright and sunny week, here are six ways you can explore new things this week. From free virtual reality summer camps, free movie screenings to free running training sessions and yoga classes, there's a lot going on for you and your family to look forward to this week.

When: 21 To 25 July
Where: The Art of Living Yoga And Youth Center, Ansar Gallery Building, Karama
10-Hour Weekly Yoga Course

This 10 hour workshop, taught over 4-6 days, teaches a holistic way of energising your mind, body and spirit through yoga practice. Learn , simple and effective yoga poses to include this healthy practice dose in your everyday life. The price of this five-day yoga course is Dhs 370. Timings are 8.00pm to 10.00pm everyday. Call 050-4553809 or email agni@eim.ae

When: 22 July
Where: Dubai Marina Near Toro Toro
Free Running@thepark

Get moving every Monday as a community fitness group, At the Park, organises free running sessions for beginners. It's a friendly run of 3km around Dubai Marina Promenade. Admission is free. This one hour session starts at 7.30pm and everyone gathers in Dubai Marina near to Toro Toro. Book your spot through their facebook event page. Call 056-4048852

When: 23 July
Where: Sharjah Public Library
Free Children Summer Camp: Discover Electronics

Mastima Training and Development Center is hosting a basic ‘Discover Electronics’ camp for children aged between seven and twelve. Workshops include lessons creating different gadgets, devices, and toys through hands on inventing by combining electronics and crafts. For example: Bubbles machine, self-driving car, art machine. The camp is free to attend. The timings are from 10.00am to 1.00pm. Call 06-5166888

When: 23 July
Where: Cinema Akil
Free Screening: Unrest

When Harvard PhD student Jennifer Brea is struck down at 28 by a fever that leaves her bedridden, doctors tell her it's "all in her head." Determined to live, she turns her camera on herself and her community, a hidden world of millions confined to their homes and bedrooms by chronic fatigue syndrome. The screening of this Sundance Aware-winning English drama is absolutely free.

When: 24 July
Where: Queen Elizabeth 2
Sounds Of The 60s

Sound Of The 60s – The Beat Goes On’ will take you down memory lane as UK band, The Revolvers, pay tribute to the 60's most popular rock and roll bands including The Who, The Kinks and The Rolling Stones. Re-live the retro and bell bottom era with foot-tapping music beats at the QE2. Catch the band live on Wednesday from 7.30pm onwards. Tickets start from Dhs 180.

When: 24 July
Where: Magrudy’s Jumeirah
Free Emirati Arabic Workshop

All expats new and old can join this fun and informative Emirati Arabic Workshop taking place at Magrudy’s bookstore in Jumeirah to explore the Emirati dialect and learn more about the UAE culture. The workshop will give you a glimpse into the basics of the dialect and the local traditions. You will learn to speak words and sayings unique to the UAE. Don’t miss this opportunity. Timings are 6pm to 8pm. Seats are available on a first-come, first served basis.


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