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Weekend Guide: We bring you the complete lowdown on the various activities that you can indulge in around Mumbai
Camp under the stars
Have a beautiful start to your week with this open-air camp that will be followed by a trek to Kalavantin Durg next morning. Once on the top, you can enjoy a splendid view of the surroundings.
On March 30 and 31
Meeting point 4pm at Panvel station.
Lens on India’s heart
11 am to 7 pm: View the photographic works of Indian artist Jyoti Bhatt. Bhatt has been documenting folk and tribal culture since 1967 and her works have taken her to villages in Gujarat, Rajasthan, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Odisha, West Bengal and Bihar. Bhatt is also a noted print maker.
On Today at Institute of Contemporary Indian Art, 22/26, K Dubash Road, Kala Ghoda. Call 22048139
12 pm to 4 pm: Sunday barbeque will no longer be a dream as Two One Two Bar & Grill is hosting a barbeque brunch. They will have a variety of live cooking stations with an assortment of meats such as tenderloin steaks, pork fillets, lobsters, prawns and fish. There will also be a Middle Eastern station with falafel and mezze platters, and a live pasta counter with flowing champagne.
At: Two One Two Bar & Grill, opposite Nehru Centre, Worli.
Meet the mini sleuths
4 pm to 6 pm and 6 pm to 7.30 pm for 6 to 8-year-olds and 12 pm to 3 pm for 9 to 11-year-olds: Help kids make most of their curiosity by signing them up for this science and forensic workshop. Here, they will learn how to decipher clues, dust for fingerprints, analyse handwriting, examine footprints and draw logical conclusions to solve cases.
At Smaaash, Gate 4, Oasis Complex, next to Kamala Mills Compound, Lower Parel.
Call 49143143 entry Rs 500
11 am onwards: View Chariot of Civilisation, an exhibition of watercolour paintings by artist Pradip Maitra that depict Maitra’s obsession with steam railway engines, boggies and other imageries.
Till April 1 At Jehangir Art Gallery, Kala Ghoda.
2 pm Attend Negotiating Safe Spaces, a two-hour workshop on non-violent communication for women. The workshop will teach you how to express yourself emphatically and honestly and explore safe spaces in inter-personal relationships. Dr Nayreen Daruwalla, Programme Director, Sneha foundation will facilitate the workshop.
At Artisans’, Kala Ghoda.
6.30 pm onwards: Attend Dakshinayan, an event that aims to popularise Carnatic music which will see flautist S Shashank and vocalist Sudha Raghunathan perform today.
Donor passes Rs 200, Rs 350
At Nehru Centre Auditorium, Worli.
Slip into Techno mode
9 pm onwards: Dance to a mix of Electronic, Tech and Deep House music at The White Owl. The night will feature Berlin-based DJ Daniel Steinberg who will present some crisp Tech House beats, Mumbai boy Qwiver aka Lynston D’souza, and another Mumbai-based duo, Nicky Ramnani and Ajay Makhija, known as Orbs and Zen.
At The White Owl, One Indiabulls Center, Lobby Level, Tower 2-B, Lower Parel (W).