5 things to do: See an exhibition of Iranian calligraphy or visit a fashion bazaar at Wafi Mall

See an exhibition by the artist Mohammad Bozorgi, visit the Al Reem Bazaar in Dubai, watch films at Alserkal Avenue, sign your children up football camp or book yourself in for free yoga with Lululemon.

 Against the Darkness features works by Mohammad Bozorgi. Courtesy Ayyam Gallery
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See the exhibition Against the Darkness. Iranian calligrapher Mohammad Bozorgi presents an exploration of colour and the high level of abstraction that can be realised when calligraphic forms are freed in complex compositions, including The Route of Creation (pictured). Open 10am-8pm, Ayyam Gallery, Gate Village Building 3, DIFC, Dubai, 04 439 2395, www.ayyamgallery.com.

Visit the Al Reem Bazaar at Wafi Mall in Dubai for its third season in a celebration of fashion, beauty, accessories and more. The grand opening takes place tonight and is hosted by Emirati fashion designer Eman Al Falamerzi. At 8.30pm, Main Atrium, Wafi Mall, Dubai, www.wafi.com.

Catch the 2015 short The Digger by Ali Cherri and the 2013 feature film Factory Girl by Mohammad Khan. The screenings are part of the A Hard Day's Night film programme presented by Alserkal Avenue and Cinema Akil that focuses on work, manufacturing and industry. At 9pm, free, A4 Space, Alserkal Avenue, Al Quoz, Dubai, www.cinemaakil.com.

Register your children ages 4 to 16 for The FC Dubai Ramadan Camp, a programme taught by qualified coaches who work on skills, challenges and matches in an air-conditioned football centre. June 12-23, 2-4pm, Dh120 for one day; Dh500 per week, Football Center, Al Quoz, Dubai, 04 348 3869, customerservice@footballcenter.ae.

Book a spot for free yoga at Talise Fitness. The first class is Saturday and is led by Lululemon athletica ambassador Dina Cassir Khoury. Open to all levels, and mats are provided. June 11, 8am to 9pm, free, Jumeirah Mina A'Salam, register at 04 366 6821 or mjtalisefitnessreception@jumeirah.com.