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    March 14, Cubbon Park
    Poetry in the Park hosts its first gathering, calling all lovers of verse to join together for a reading, sharing and discussion session. Participants are asked to bring along their favourite poems, and be prepared to share them with the group. After each reading there will be a chance to reflect and ask questions. The meeting will begin at Queen Victoria statue. Free event. 4 pm. Details: facebook.com/pages/Poetry-in-the-Park-Bangalore

    Fancy feet
    March 14, Hebbal
    The Nartan 2015 programme introduces you to new dance forms and styles. Learn to samba with Helio Faria from Brazil, get into the swing of things with jazz, funk and hip hop taught by Branca Scheidegger from Switzerland and try some dub step with Raghav Juyal of Dance India Dance. The programme closes with a Zumba fitness party. Rs.2,899 for a full day pass. 7.30 am. At Manpho Convention Centre. Details: 9538796076

    Hanging pretty
    March 16-17, Sarjapur Road
    If youa��ve dabbled in jewellery making but want to take your skills to the next level, this workshop is for you. Focusing on metalsmith-related techniques, the session will guide you through cutting metal using shears, specialist equipment, as well as doming and polishing. This will all be taught through six hands-on projects, and all materials will be provided. Rs.5,500. 9.30 am daily. Details: facebook.com/rumaancrafts

    All rise
    March 14, Whitefield
    Learn the basics of baking from
    nutritionist, blogger and all-round foodie Nandita Iyer. Shea��ll start by teaching you about yeast, gluten, proving and kneading and youa��ll then be able to use these basic skills to try your hand at multigrain dinner rolls, cinnamon rolls, a basic loaf, pizza from scratch and rosemary onion focaccia. Rs.2,500 per person. Details and registration: 7022569938

    Silver screen
    March 18, Indiranagar
    The Goethe-Institut film screening is as much a chance to interact with other lovers of German language and culture as it is a chance to see a new film, in this case Finsterworld by Frauke Finsterwalder. Set in a German Utopia, it was the most eagerly-awaited German feature film debuts of 2013. 6.30 pm onwards. At CMH Road. Details: 25205305

    Healing touch
    March 15, St Marks Road2
    Make your way to Simon Goslinga��s session on biodynamic craniosacral therapy, which he has been practicing for over 17 years. A gentle, hands on therapy which relieves pain and tension, it is deeply relaxing, subtle and increases physical vitality. The training session will offer a 50-day practitioner course, but first, listen to his (free) talk on the subject before you dive into it. 4.30 pm onwards, at Ashirvad. Details: 9900575902


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