25 things to do this week
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Play the piano: If your little one is wanting to learn the piano then there are great lessons on offer at the International Music Institute. Your budding Beethoven will thank you.
Bin Halyal building, Zayed the 1st St, Khalidiyah (02 621 1949).
Get stylish: Need some new clothes? Head to Tammy where from now until April 25 you can take advantage of up to 25 percent off.
Tammy, Al Wahda Mall, (02 681 2310).
Delight in Thai food: To celebrate the Thai New Year festival, the Royal Orchid has got a new menu, boasting a wide array of traditional dishes prepared at live cooking stations. The all-you-can-eat Songkran menu is priced at Dhs139 per person and available from 7-11pm.
Royal Orchid, Hilton Abu Dhabi (02 681 1900).
Go to a fundraiser: The Make-A-Wish Foundation UAE is holding an arts and crafts bazaar in aid of children living with life-threatening conditions. To make a child’s wish come true, be sure to stop by at Café Arabia this weekend.
And if you’d like to benefit charity and sell your own wares, contact Mel for more info firstname.lastname@example.org From 10-4pm at Café Arabia (02 643 9699).
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