Marvel at blooms
Attend A Forgotten Romance, a solo show featuring the works of Indore-based artist Madhavi Zamindar. An organic farmer, she draws inspiration from her plants while creating her paintings, which depict vibrant blooms.
TIME: 11 am to 7 pm (till October 9)
AT: Nehru Centre Art Gallery, Discovery of India Building, Dr AB Road, Worli.
CALL: 9827023030

Shop for festive sarees
Looking to add an ethnic touch to your wardrobe? Pick from over 250 variants of Paithani sarees, with intricate designs in pastel shades, all sourced directly from the weavers of Yeola in Maharashtra, at New Wave Paithani Festival. It also features calligraphy sarees and handloom sarees in Orissa Silk and Kashmiri weaves.
TIME: 11 am to 8 pm (till October 8).
AT: Ravindra Natya Mandir, Prabhadevi.

Crack up
Sit back, relax and let comedians Navin Noronha, Gaurav Kapoor (in pic), Vaibhav Sethia, Manu Gupta and Dhaval Dattar tickle your funny bone, as they come armed with their funniest gags.
TIME: 8.30 pm
AT: Canvas Laugh Club, Palladium, High Street Phoenix, Lower Parel.
ENTRY: Rs 800

Watch raas garba
Miss the fun you had during Navaratri? Attend a night of revelry as Ulpa Desai and her troupe from Vadodara present traditional raas garba of Gujarat. Several folk dance forms like tippani and hudo will be performed to live music and with a brief commentary.
TIME: 6.30 pm
AT: Tata Theatre, NCPA, Nariman Point.
CALL: 66223737
ENTRY: Rs 200 onwards

Catch three shorts
Attend a screening of three critically acclaimed shorts at Shamiana Short Films Night. While The Suitcase is based on a true story of 9/11, Blouse (in pic) is an award-winning and hilarious Indian short. The third film, The Jockstrap Raiders, won the Student Oscar in 2010.
TIME: 4 pm and 7 pm
AT: Ministry of New, Kitab Mahal, Fort.
CALL: 66356505
ENTRY: Rs 500 (includes unlimited food and beverages)

Keep up with trends
Attend the latest edition of Black Taxi's Fashion & Works, which brings together fresh and young fashion labels from around the country under one roof. At the event, over 70 designers will showcase their collections, which include Indian and western wear, as well as accessories.
TIME: 11 am to 8 pm
AT: The Palace Hall, NSCI, Worli.

Enjoy cricket on stage
Catch Last Over, an urban Hindi situational comedy about a multi-racial newly married couple and an Indo-Pak cricket match. The cast features veteran actors Ananth Mahadevan and Rakesh Bedi as die-hard cricket fans.
TIME: 7 pm
AT: Rangsharda Auditorium, Bandra West.
ENTRY: Rs 500 onwards

Craft a collage
Attend a collage-making workshop inspired by Jagannath Panda's ongoing exhibition, Crystal Cities. You are required to engage with the artworks and use found paper and other materials provided by the organisers to create collages that reflect Mumbai's present, potential future and urban challenges. It's open to all above 16 years.
TIME: 11 am to 1.30 pm
AT: Dr Bhau Daji Lad Mumbai City Museum, Byculla East.
COST: Rs 200

Go organic
Conscious about your carbon footprint? Shop for a wide range of organic products, from arts and crafts to apparel and home decor items at The Vintage Garden pop-up. Check out candles made using soy wax, chemical-free plum lipsticks and nutritional, jowar crunchies for snack time.
TIME: 11 am to 8 pm
AT: Patkar Bungalow, 34D, Turner Road, Bandra West.