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Mid-Day Mumbai Guide: Make The Most Of Thursday To Sunday

Updated on: 08 July,2021 10:25 AM IST  |  Mumbai
Anindita Paul , Gayathri Chandran | anindita.paul@mid-day.com , gayathri.chandran@mid-day.com

If you're looking for activities to do this weekend, here's a line-up that is sure to keep you busy

Mid-Day Mumbai Guide: Make The Most Of Thursday To Sunday

Moner Bistro and Dessert Bar


Thursday
Sweet as chocolate


World Chocolate Day celebrations continue at this Bandra dessert bar, with a five-course menu featuring ice creams to bon-bons.
Time: 11 am to 4 pm
At: Moner Bistro and Dessert Bar, Pali Hill, Bandra West
Call: 7770014123
Cost: Rs 3,000 for two



Friday
Play to win


It may be time to brush up on your chess skills. This weekend, compete in the Indian Chess League, a virtual chess competition, from the comfort of your home. The contest is open to everyone, even kids as young as four, with cash prizes of up to '10,000 for winners. 
Time: 10 am 
Log on to: insider.in 
Cost: Rs 99

Saturday
Worse-case laughter

Watch 15 stand-up comedians bring their most cringe-worthy jokes to the virtual stage this weekend. If the joke isn’t bad enough, you have a chance to give them the boot. The mantra here seems to be, the worse, the better. 
Time: 10 pm
Log on to: insider.in

Shake a leg

Kids have been leading a largely sedentary life during the pandemic. Here’s a way to get your children off the couch, and engage in some solid cardio. Join dance institute Skyll for their fast-paced Bollywood dance workshop, and groove to the rhythm of your favourite Hindi beats. This weekend, they’re tackling the track, Nadiyon paar from the film Roohi.
Time: 6 pm
Log on to: insider.in
Cost: Rs 400

Sunday
Get jammin’

An evening of poetry and music is the perfect way to unwind. This online session will introduce you to budding talents, including German language expert and poet Irtika Kazi (in pic), music producer Max Kate and singer-songwriter Sneha Srithiani.
Time: 8 pm
Log on to: insider.in
Cost: Rs 150

How to say no to plastic

Carrying forward the theme of #NoPlasticJuly, this interactive workshop will teach you the impact of plastic pollution, about microplastics as well as those plastics that are safe to use. You’ll also get an easy 10-step guide to beat plastic pollution and embark on your journey of sustainability.
Time: 5 pm
Log on to: skrap.in
Cost: Rs 300


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