Things to do this week

1.What: Livin’ Every Beat Second Edition to combine art and photography for a cause
After a paw-sitve response in 2014, Livin’ Every Beat is back with its second edition. The exhibition which is an initiative to give photographers a platform to display their work, this year, will showcase paintings by artists from across the city as well. Conceptualised and curated by former journalist and artiste manager Akshata Shetty, the exhibition like last time, will also aim at raising funds for the welfare of the animals. The funds this year, raised from exhibition will be donated to ResQ charitable trust, Pune. A one-day art and photography exhibition for cause by Livin’ Every Beat.
Where: Classic Rock Coffee Co, Kalyaninagar
When: November 22, 2015 between 11 am and 7 pm.
For further details, contact Akshata Shetty on +91 9850588220 or email livineverybeat@gmail.com

2.What: Shop for smiles
Ritu Seksaria wants to blend fashion with compassion with her upcoming event ‘Shop for Smiles’. The thought is simple, you buy her beautiful designs and in return you pay for a cause. Ritu will contribute a chunk of her earnings to NEEV to bring happiness to the street kids. She is doing her bit to make a difference. With the festive season around, show your support to help these less-privileged children by shopping for smiles.
When: Ongoing till November 30, 11 am – 8 pm
Where: Ritu Seksaria – 2A, Ganga Niwas, Juhu, Mumbai
Contact: 022 26160143

3.What: ABC Farms Cheese Festival 2015
All you cheeselovers, it’s time to indulge your taste buds and have some weekend fun. Discover our exotic cheese varieties along with some yummy homemade German cheesecakes and quiches before they sell out! Lots of chef demos and competitions will add to fun along with a chance to sample some of the best wines in town.  So be there and bring your friends and families along.
Where: ABC Farms, survey no 35/36, Koregaon Park, Ghorpadi
When: November 20-22    

4.  What: Malay Melange at The Four Points by Sheraton
Panash – comes to life with some Malaysian Cuisine on offer. If you like the Laksa, the Goreng, The Roti Kanai, then head over to Panash. It’s just not what we mention, there is more to the menu. Choose from carefully created menus by the Master Chef Sanjay Mitra, to give each menu a well balance of Malaysian Cuisine. Sayur Asam, Vegetable Laksa, Soto Ayam, Gado Gado, Sayur Lodeh, Gule kambing, Nasi Goreng and Sambhal Udang.

Where: Panash, The Four Points by Sheraton
When: November 22-29, 7-11pm (Dinner)
Call: 020 30931031

 

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