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    Sweet tooth
    May 23-24, Koramangala
    Forget shop-bought birthday
    cakes, and instead learn how to make
    your own gorgeous creations at this
    cake decoration workshop run by Sugarcraft India. You’ll be taught how to make fondant and gumpaste from scratch, as well as
    perfecting the art modelling animals and simple figures. The price is inclusive
    of lunch, tea and coffee. `13,500.
    At Halcyon. Details: 8739956666

    Going far
    May 24, Residency Road
    If you’ve been considering studying
    abroad but don’t know where to begin, then this education fair could help. Delegates from world-class institutions will be present, offering advice on everything from
    admissions and scholarships to visas and career possibilities. Entry free, but
    registration required. At The Gateway Hotel. Details: studyoverseasglobal.com

    Balancing act
    May 23-24, Indiranagar
    Founder of a1000yoga, Govinda
    Gowda presents a two-day long workshop on the business side of yoga. With over eight years of experience running this well-known brand, he’s the ideal candidate to share insights into establishing your own studio and making it thrive. Perfect if you want
    to turn your hobby into a profession!
    `9,500. At a1000 Yoga, 80 Feet
    Road. Details: 9019101000

    Self-healing
    May 24, St Marks Road
    A gentle, hand-on technique,
    Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy (BCST) is becoming more popular worldwide, partly because of its non-invasive
    methodology and ability to help the body heal itself. Ahead of a 50-day practitioner course, this free by Ged Sumner (Director of Body Intelligence) talks aims to introduce BCST, and answer any questions that you may have about this science. 4.30 pm at Ashirvad. Details: 9448066521

    Wild side
    May 23, Koramangala
    The latest edition of the Just Go
    series of travel talks hones in on
    connecting with nature. Entitled Into The Wild: Jungle Travel Tales, it will feature a panel of veteran travelers who will share their expertise on
    trekking, finding offbeat adventures, and staying safe while you’re at it. Expect to go home with wanderlust! Entry free. 5 pm onwards at Atta sun in handsGalatta. Details: 41600677

    Bite-sized
    Ongoing, Trinity Circle
    If you’re pressed for time, or simply bad at making decisions, the newly-launched TOY (Taste of Yauatcha) menu should be right up your street. Portions of some of the regular menu’s most popular dishes will appear at your table in quick succession, and all you have to do is opt for either vegetarian or non-vegetarian. `888++. At 1 MG Mall. 12 noon – 4 pm on weekdays. Details: 67724400

    French touch
    Ongoing, Commercial Street
    French skin care brand Vichy launches three new products that promise to deeply hydrate your skin. Using dynamic hydration technology, the Aqualia range will enhance your skin’s natural ability to rehydrate itself, as well as boosting internal water circulation. Choose from Aqualia Thermal Serum, Aqualia Thermal Night Spa or Aqualia Thermal Awakening Eye Balm.
    `1,350 upwards. At Health and
    Glow. Details: 32466351

    Outnumbered
    May 24, Vasant Nagar
    A hilarious take on the stereotypes of
    men we encounter in our society, What’s Up With Indian Men, is a witty play that also integrates musical elements and slam poetry. A young girl tries to find love, and in the process encounters all kinds of characters, including a pretentious
    metrosexual and a matrimonial site stalker. Expect to be shocked! `250. 5.30 pm at Alliance
    Francaise. Details: 40808181

     

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