Get Ready for Weekending in Mumbai – 29 Feb & 1 March

The weekend is here, and it’s time to relax and rejuvenate for two days before the Monday morning blues set in again. Whether you’re working 9 to 5, attending back to back lectures or keeping the house together, everyone needs a break. And if you still haven’t decided what to do this weekend, we are here to help. Here are some interesting activities for weekending in Mumbai.

Art / Heart – an immersive art session

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No better day to get rid of all the stress built up during the week with art therapy. Head to Once upon a Dine and explore another dimension of yourself through painting. Connect with your emotions and express your feelings via the medium of paints. The event is organized by Art therapy practitioner Chetana Iyer and Artist Harshit Manocha.

Where: Once upon a Dine, Linking Road, Khar
1 March, 4 pm
Cost: Rs 1500 onwards

Comedy Brunch Sunday Afternoon

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One of the best ways to spend the weekend is to indulge in some comedy show, and it’s even better when the show is live. Head to 73° Bar & Bistro and lose yourself to some mouthwatering food, chilled cocktails, and stand up comedy. The line up for this week includes Nitinn Miranni and Kaneez Surka, two very popular comedians in the country right now. This is one of the coolest events for weekending in Mumbai.

Where: Bandra West
1 March, 4.30 pm
Cost: Free

Mansha Ki Shaadi at Harkat Studios Mumbai

For all theatre lovers out there, check out Mansha Ki Shaadi. A mix of humour, drama, and desi tadka, this play revolves around the life of a middle-aged man named Dulari Tiwari whose daughter is about to get married. The act unfolds the delicate drama of the mother-daughter relationship, and also dwells into how a typical middle-class Indian wedding looks like.

Where: Harkat Studios, Versova
When: 29 February, 7.30 pm
Cost: Rs 200 

Vasai Fort Heritage Walk

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If you’d rather explore the city heritage than going to a partying, then add this walk to your list. Vasai Fort is one of the largest in the city, and over the years it has been home to green cover and is a great spot to explore and relax. The walk would last for three hours, and you’ll learn about the different kingdoms that controlled the fort, battles fought, and treaties signed at the fort.

Where: Statue of Chimaji Appa, at the center of the fort
When: 1 March, 8.45 am
Cost: Rs 600 

Workshop on Organic Vegetable Gardening

Balancing a stressful job, side hustle, a social life and family time is difficult enough, but we also need to take care of our health. Here’s a chance for you to learn how you can grow your own organic vegetable, so you are never out of healthy greens. This workshop will teach you how to grow veggies in a small space, and also give you a takeaway kit to get started.

Where: Hitvardhini Sabha Hall, Naupada, Thane West
When: 29 February, 10 am
Cost: Rs 1,200

Pet Fed: Hangover Party

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Want to spend the weekend with your furry friend? Then head to SamBar Pub & Kitchen with your pet and enjoy the Pet Fed Hangover Party. There will be food, games, goodies, gifts, and a lot more. This event is perfect for all pet enthusiasts. So gather other pet parents and head for this awesome weekending event in Mumbai.

Where: Opp. Khar Education Society, Khar West
When: 1 March, 5 pm
Cost: Rs 349

Live Concert with Lucky Ali

Have you not crushed over songs like Aa Bhi Jaa, Gori Teri Aankhain, or Na Tum Jaano Na Hum by soulful Lucky Ali? The 90s Kids will definitely related to this! So, head to Inorbit Mall and see him perform live. Well, our weekend just got romantic.

Where: Malad
When: 29 February, 7 PM
Cost: Rs 500

Knife Painting Workshop

If you’re an art lover and were itching to try knife painting, this is your best chance. At this workshop, you learn about strokes, sketches and techniques and helping you paint a floral art piece. You’ll leave the workshop with a smiling face and a beautiful painting.

Where: Pot Purri, Vashi
When: 1 March, 4 pm
Cost: Rs 1,700

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