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    Short Eats
    April 4, Banashankari
    Little ones from the age of three upwards can join this kitchen workshop. Designed with safety in mind, the cooking fun unfolds without any direct contact with hot ovens or knives, and children will learn about food safely and hygiene as well as cooking up some
    tasty treats to take home. Rs.500 (all materials and equipment included). At Kydzadda. Details: 26715959

    Paws for thought
    April 5, Old Airport Road
    Plan a day out with any furry friends that you might have, and attend the third annual edition of Pet Jatre. At this celebration of all things pet-related, you can pick up pet food and accessories, and browse a range of cruelty-free products that have not been tested on animals. There will also be a bouncy castle, live music and edible offerings for those attending on two legs! All proceeds support Precious Paws Shelter. `200 entry. At Pet Step In. Details: 9886584925

    Party people
    April 4, Sankey Road
    Sugar Factory hosts its first ‘noon party’, a daytime bash that starts from midday and goes on into the night. Expect EDM, trance, deep house and progressive music from DJ Barkley, DJ Prash, as well as DJs Krypton and Avinash, who are in town from Chennai. Sip on refreshing
    cocktails to stay cool while you rock the dance floor. At Le Meridien. Details: 41305566

    Mane care
    Ongoing, Flipkart
    Luxury haircare and styling brand TIGI launches the Bed Head and S Factor range which can be bought off the shelf at select salons or on Flipkart.com. Including a variety of shampoos, conditioners and quirkily named products that allow you to express yourself through hairstyles, the collection is apparently meant to be used by those with a hint of humour. And if you look at some bottle shapes, you’ll know why! `700 upwards. Details: flipkart.com

    Brush strokes
    April 5, Kasturba Road Spend your Sunday morning learning about the art of watercolour painting, at this workshop by Art House. Today is the first session, and it will focus on drawing basics and colour theory. Further sessions will be held over the next 10 consecutive Sundays, at various locations including Lalbagh, Cubbon Park and Sankey Tank. `6,000 for the full course. 10 am – 12.30 pm At Archeology Museum.
    Details: 9886394195

    Right notes
    Until April 30, online
    The Alliance Francaise opens applications for its Fête de la Musique. A citywide celebration of music, the festival spans various venues and genres of music. If you’d like your band to get on stage, submit your applications online (with links to samples of your work) by the end of the month. The celebration will take place on the weekend of June 21. Free entry. Details: bangalore.afindia.org

    Green theories
    April 4, Koramangala
    Ayurvedic natural healing remedies have been passed down the generations for
    centuries. This session aims to reintroduce city kids to some traditional wisdom, focusing on simple and scientifically supported techniques. It’s run by the team at Svaasth Ayurveda, and is aimed particularly at children and their parents. Suitable for ages three to 15, with one accompanying adult. `200. At Atta Galatta. Details: 41600677

    Side splitting
    April 3, Whitefield
    Catch the best in Indian stand-up comedy at the latest edition of Laugh Ok Please. Comedians Sorabh Pant, Aditi Mittal, Karthik Kumar and S Aravind will keep you entertained with anecdotes and skits inspired by marriage, family relationships, work and much more. At The Courtyard, Phoenix Marketcity. Tickets (`300 upwards) on bookmyshow.com

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