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    As the heat becomes overpowering next month, find respite at the Radisson seafood lunch or the Sunch at The Sunway Manor.

    728_chemmeen_roast_keralaSomething fishy
    Coastal cuisine from Kerala and Karnataka take centrestage at the Waters Edge Cafe, Radisson Blu Resort Temple Bay, this Saturday and Sunday. While Kerala brings you meen moilee (fish curry), chemeen pollichathu (prawns) and Kozhikode biryani, Karnataka offer fish ajadina, chicken indad and more. 1,600 plus tax. Details: 27443636

    The lessons continue o-GARDENING-TOOL-facebook
    Want your child to pick up some new skills? There are cooking, gardening, zumba and other lessons, at La Casita’s summer camp. Packages start from Rs 2,000. At the dance and culture centre, for children between seven and 17. From May 3 – June 3, 10 am to 12 pm. Details: 07639405194

    Buffet counter
    Open House restaurant, at The Sunway Manor, is planning to make your undays special. At Sunch, their brunch buffet, expect Indian, Italian and fast food options. Apart from soups and sandwiches, the spread will include biryani and pastas, kati rolls and pizzas. Don’t miss the complimentary glass of juice or beer. For desserts, fill up on good old ice creams and caramel custard. From 11.30 am to 4 pm. Rs 899 plus tax. Details: 0413 2281608

    wall plateYour datewith murals
    Learn the delicate art of mosaic murals and ceramic plate painting from contemporary artist Asma Menon at DakshinaChitra. On May 7-8. The workshop costs Rs 2,500 (inclusive of materials, refreshments and transportation). From 10.30 am
    to 5 pm. Details: 24462435

    DanceandtheDivineDance and the divine
    Bharatnatyam aficionados are in for a double treat this evening, with a short film and a performance at the Alliance Francaise auditorium. Arts writer-cum-researcher, Rupa Gopal, will screenher short film, Devadasi — A different
    woman while seasoned dancer Roja Kannan will follow with a demonstration on the same theme, narrated by Gopal. At 7 pm. Details: 0413 2338146

     

     

    SummerrootsSummer roots
    At KalariGram’s summer camp, children will be introduced to ancient art and knowledge, but couched in a way that will appeal to young minds. The fortnight-long camp will include activities like theatre, kalari and Vedic maths. For children aged seven years and above. From May 1-15, between 8.30 am and 6 pm. Rs  1,500 (Rs 4,500 for residential).
    Details: 0413 2622091

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