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Food, art and Halloween: Here are some events in the city to look out for

Updated on: 22 October,2023 08:59 AM IST  |  Mumbai
Christalle Fernandes |

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Food, art and Halloween: Here are some events in the city to look out for

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Chaotic dystopia

Artist Jayesh Sachdev presents his Utopian Dystopia, a chaotic expression of parallel universes and fantastical narratives, at his exhibition in Tao Art Gallery.
WHEN: Till November 03, 
11 AM to 6 PM
WHERE: Tao Art Gallery, Worli 

Foodies, assemble

The FoodFix Expo promises to satiate every foodie dream of munching on gourmet delicacies made by professional chefs from across the country. The two-day fest also features workshops and interactions with chef superstars.
WHEN: November 25-26, 
11 AM onwards 
WHERE: World Trade Centre, Cuffe Parade 

The circus is in town

Rambo Circus is making its way to Mumbai on November 10, with a stellar international troupe. The show features exciting acts that will keep the kiddos entertained. 
WHEN: November 10-19, 1.30 PM, 4.30 PM, and 7.30 PM 
WHERE: St. Andrew’s Auditorium, Bandra 
PRICE: R500 onwards 

Tis’ spooky season

Kasa Kai Mumbai’s Graveyard Halloween party promises to be a celebration of chills and thrills, with tarot card readings, horror story sessions, and spooky games and performances.
WHEN: October 28, 6 PM to 1 AM
WHERE: Brewdog Midtown, Lower Parel 
PRICE: R500 onwards 

Meet a person with a skill you can use

Pradnya Hattiangadi, 37
Dog trainer and behaviourist
AVAILABLE FOR: Five Senses Exercise for Dogs
Charges: Starts at Rs 2,500
Contact: 9820345507

Matunga-based canine behaviourist Pradnya Hattiangadi teaches pet parents the Five Senses exercise that helps nervous, hyper-active, sound-sensitive dogs cope with the noise and chaos of the festive season. It uses the principles of classically conditioning all the five senses—touch, sight, smell, sound and taste—to get the dog to relax. As with all habit-forming rituals, it is best done 21 days in a row, in advance of the time you want to rely on it, say, for Diwali. “Classical conditioning is a very powerful tool that can convince our dogs to rest on cue,” says Hattiangadi, who comes home to guide the pet parent. “This training can be taken wherever you and your dog go.”

RECOMMENDED BY: Anushree Lokhande, a Prabhadevi resident and mom to Quincy the indie dog, says, “Quincy is three years old. We have been doing this exercise for years now, because even I love it, as a mindfulness practitioner. She’s able to switch off from an alert and vigilant mode into a calmer headspace.”

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