5 things to today: Try Ski Dubai’s Snow-robics or go karting

oree the exhibition Whispers of Love, or sign up for a parenting class at Fun City or hear Nik Uzi.

Eyn, Shin, Ghaf by Ramin Shirdel for Whispers of Love at Ayyam Gallery. Courtesy Ayyam Gallery
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the exhibition Whispers of Love. The Iranian artist Ramin Shirdel presents 10 large-scale assemblage works created by forming layers that spell out words and letters in Farsi script, including Eyn, Shin, Ghaf (pictured). From 10am to 6pm, Ayyam Gallery, Gate Village Building 3, DIFC, Dubai, 04 439 2395, www.ayyamgallery.com

Try Snow-robics at Ski Dubai, a monthly fat-burning boot camp that is focused on customised 45-minute snow aerobic workout sessions as part of a 30-day fitness plan, with high-intensity circuit training using one's own body weight and other exercises led by qualified instructors. Sundays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays, 7.30am and 9am, Ski Dubai, Mall of the Emirates, www.skidxb.com

up to attend the next parenting workshop hosted by Fun City. This month's topic is tackling pestering power, which will focus on how parents can be more assertive as children can make it difficult for them to say no. While you attend the workshop, your little one can enjoy free play at Fun City's Play Zone. May 30, 4pm, Mercato, Dubai, register at www.facebook.com/funcitycomeplay

karting at Yas Kartzone. Take a few laps on the 800-metre track and feel like a professional racer as you reach speeds up to 60 kilometres per hour. From 3pm to 11pm, from Dh110 for adults, Dh55 for children, Yas Marina Circuit, Yas Island, Abu Dhabi, www.yasmarinacircuit.com

Nik Uzi, the lead singer of the Dubai rock band Point of View, perform a live acoustic set of 1980s favourites at Mai Bar, which features an evening BBQ buffet. From 7pm to 11pm, Aloft hotel, 30th Street (Khaleej Al Arabi), Abu Dhabi, reservations at 02 654 5111, www.facebook.com/AloftAbuDhabi