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    Fusion fare
    July 15-16 | Whitefield
    Walk in for a jazz night at  Windmills Craftworks. This weekend,  it will feature singer-songwriter Heather Andrews, keyboard player Karim Ellaboudi, guitarist Dee Wood, drummer Benny Soans and Carl Clements, a saxophone/flute artiste. At 9.30 pm.  Tickets (Rs 500 upwards) on

    Talent house
    July 16 | MG Road Boulevard
    Short Circuit, a kids theatre group, will showcase three plays. While The Monkey Paw is based on a supernatural short story by author JW Jacobs, First Dictionary Salesman will depict the hurdles faced by the world’s first dictionary salesman. The Director’s Sketch is centered around a theatre production house. Entry `150. At Rangoli. 7 pm. Details: 22969265

    Trekkers’ delight
    July 15-17 | Shravathi Valley
    Sign up for GetBeyond’s monsoon  trek to Sharavathi Valley. Set in the Sahyadris range, it is complete with hills, forest cover, backwaters and the most popular tourist attraction — the Sharavathi falls. The team will  organise trekking, water games and a campfire. Tickets (Rs 3,499) on getbeyondlimits.com

    Fairy land
    July 16 | Koramangala
    Here’s your chance to learn  how to grow a miniature fairy  garden, the ones that you grew up reading in books as a child, complete with earthen pots, ceramic animals, feathers, tiny chairs and everything fairytail-ish. Facilitators at Treeario will teach you how to deck your  foyers and passageways with these adorable looking gardens. At Bloom & Grow. 3-6 pm. Tickets (Rs 2,000)  on eventshigh.com

    Soul search
    July 16 | Devanahalli
    Head to The School of Ancient  Wisdom for a spiritual retreat.  Amisha Sethi is holding a programme called ‘Elevate your life to super life’ and it includes a one-night stay at this serene cottage, specially created ‘Detox Meals’, as well as a line-up of meditation, theatrical demonstrations, psychological tests and neuro- scientific allusions. 12 pm. Tickets (Rs 3,500) on bookmyshow.com

    Move and groove
    July 16 | Phoenix Market City
    Catch Mr Doss live this Saturday. He is known for bass, trap and a host of  other genres. Having produced music for artistes such as Manasi Scott, Shefali Alvarez, Ishq Bector, Amber Noel and Bonham, it’s his 2015  collaboration with hip hop/electronica act ViceVersa, Get Rowdy, that has been receiving rave reviews. Entry free. 9 pm. Details: 7259487321

    Cutting edge Online
    These futuristic over-the-ear Chinese headphones seem like something out of Star Trek. With 40mm moving coil drivers (providing resounding bass) and Bluetooth 4.1 connectivity, these sonic cans sync with any smartphone. The integrated droplet design (which comes in red, orange,pink and white)features include power, volume controllers and a charging input along the edge of the right speaker. Rs 2,499. Details: lemall.com

    Crack the code
    July 17 | Koramangala
    Cilre has got something to give your child’s brain a workout. In a session, called Dig It!, they will replicate the work of an archaeologist. So your kids will have to decode riddles, make cave paintings, and understand the stories behind each. For six-to-10-year-olds.
    At Atta Galatta. 11 am-1 pm. Tickets (Rs 350) on eventshigh.com

    Walk the talk
    July 17 | Lal Bagh
    Join Yogi Bubba, a self-taught  naturalist, in a walk through the  beautiful Lal Bagh this Sunday. He will share his vast knowledge of flora and fauna and his passion to preserve these bountiful gifts of nature with the participants. Open to all. Children must be accompanied with adults. 9.30 am. To register, write to honeybeesnatureclub@outlook.com

    Think tank
    July 21 | Indiranagar
    Meta-Culture, a human engagement studio, invites you to be a part of their latest Socrates’ Last Stand session. They will discuss the process of thinking. Its facilitators will urge the audience to think about things that are normally taken for granted, and throw up questions like ‘Do we need time to think?’. Entry Rs 100. At The Humming Tree. 6.15 pm. Details: 9886618386


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