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    Dress to impress
    September 17 | Koramangala
    Miriam Korula, image consultant, stylist and trainer, will host a workshop on personal styling. Master the fine art of mixing patterns, colours, layering, accessorising and dressing to your strengths. At The Attic Gray. Tickets (`2,000) on
    elanstreet.com

    Classical moves
    September 17 | Sahakarnagar
    Ananya Samskriti in association with Drist Art Centre presents Ananya Nruthyollasa. The evening of classical dances will feature Bharatanatyam artiste Rohini Dhananjay and Kathak dancer, Amitha Mathur. At Drist Art Centre. Details: 9980991110

    Foot loose
    September 17 |
    Bannerghatta Road
    Decathlon Bannerghatta and
    The MisFits present Zumba Slam
    with Zumba trio Aparna Punnakkal, Hema Thothadri and Shruti Kulkarni. The one-hour event will have you moving to latin rhythms, international pop and Bollywood favourites. 5.30 pm. At Decathlon. Details: 8904044883

    Weaver birds
    September 18 | Jalahalli
    Bringing together good food and the art of mandala making, Platehopper will host A Mandala Sunday. Savour Kerala food at a home cook’s residence while weaving mandalas and talking about its significance in different parts of the world. At Prestige Wellington. Tickets (`1,200) on platehopper.com

    Oven fresh
    September 16 | Bellandur
    Konsult Baking and Culinary
    Academy will host a workshop on cakes and cake pops. Learn to bake the perfect vanilla, chocolate, and marble cakes, and craft regular and mini cake pops with themes such as Christmas and Halloween. `2,000. At Sobha Lakeview Club, Margosa Avenue. Details: 9538866185

    Book talk
    September 17 | Church Street
    Mentor and corporate trainer, Prashant Sankaran will be in conversation with Lavanya Shabhogue-Arvind at Bookworm this Saturday. Arvind is the author of the historical
    fiction, The Heavens We Chase.

    The bards return
    September 20 & 22 | Indiranagar
    UK troupe, The HandleBards stage Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing. The lighthearted play follows the exploits of a group of soldiers after their return from war and deals with themes such as love and betrayal. At The Humming Tree. Tickets
    (`500) on insider.in

    Green cover
    September 22 | Indiranagar
    Gensler Bangalore will host Homegrown, a talk and demonstration on hydroponics by Mani and Mayukhini of Greenopia. Topics covered include the basics of hydroponics, the hydroponic system, practical challenges and their solutions, and more. 6 pm. At Gensler Bangalore. Details: 67082000

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