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Events this weekend in Bengaluru: Dessert tasting, glass painting and more | Bengaluru


Weekends in Bengaluru always bring new experiences for you and your family. Whether you are looking to party it out or have a relaxing one, there are a wide variety of events happening in the city this weekend, from a workshop on pregnancy and childbirth to one on glass painting. Explore options for your ideal weekend below:

1. Artist Connect Dance Music Festival 2022: A musical night with lots of dancing. Sounds like a party right? Organised at Phoenix Marketcity , Whitefield, it will host award-winning Romanian dance pop act Akcent, among many others like DJ Praful Menon, DJ Panic, Progressive Bros and Vachhan Chinappa. The event will start by evening 5 p.m. onwards and will cost 499 per head for ages 18 and above only.

2. French Dessert Tour: You can treat your stomach to a French Dessert buffet and lots of tasting at the live pastry and culinary demo by professional chefs from the Academy of Pastry & Culinary Arts, Bengaluru, on Saturday from 4:30 pm. A three-hour event for 799 onwards.

Go dessert tasting this weekend at a culinary demo.
Go dessert tasting this weekend at a culinary demo.

3. Listener’s Circle: A meetup event for ages 16 and above for an hour and a half for 150 per head. Speak your heart and tell your story to a bunch of non-judgemental strangers at Lahe Lahe, Bengaluru.

4. Pregnancy and Child Birth Workshop: Also at Bengaluru’s Lahe Lahe, this event guides moms-to-be and new moms on all things surrounding motherhood and beyond. Aarthi Padmanabhan, a Hatha yoga teacher of over 17 years will be educating women aged above 21 years for 1,770 a head.

A hatha yoga teacher will guide moms-to-be and new moms on all things surrounding motherhood and beyond.
A hatha yoga teacher will guide moms-to-be and new moms on all things surrounding motherhood and beyond.

5. Glass Painting and Upcycling Workshop: Organised at the Café Down The Alley at Bengaluru’s BTM Layout on Sunday at 4 p.m., wake the artist in you with a workshop on glass painting. All material will be provided. The workshop is for 1250 a head for ages eight and above for two hours.

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