Five things to do today: Iftar at Al Hamra Golf Club

Or see mixed media works inspired by the Dutch still-life tradition, shop at the Affordable Art Sale, join Fitness 360 or visit Al Ain Zoo.

Al Hamra Golf Club and Al Hamra Marina & Yacht Club are both serving iftar and suhoor. Courtesy Al Hamra Golf Club and Marina
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break your fast overlooking the greens at Al Hamra Golf Club or in the relaxed atmosphere of Al Hamra Marina & Yacht Club, both serving iftar daily with complimentary Arabic coffee and sweets and a Ramadan beverage. Set menu at Dh99, suhoor from 8pm, 07 244 7474, Al Hamra Village, Ras Al Khaimah

see the exhibition The Arrangement. The artist Amir H Fallah presents mixed media and collage works appropriated from the Dutch/Flemish Renaissance tradition of floral still-life painting. From 10am to 7pm, Saturdays to Thursdays (closed Fridays), The Third Line, Al Quoz, Dubai, 04 341 1367,

find something beautiful for your walls at the Affordable Art Sale at Art Hub. More than 25 artists present their works with none priced over Dh2,000. 9am-8pm, Saturdays to Wednesdays; 9am-2pm, Thursdays (closed Fridays), Art Hub, Plot 38 MW5, Musaffah, Abu Dhabi, 02 551 5005,

take advantage of Fitness 360's extended Ramadan offer. Join the gym now and get one month free membership at locations around Dubai. Group exercise classes from 4.30pm during Ramadan, from Dh199 at Arabian Center, Mazaya Center, J3 Mall Al Wasl (for ladies only) and from Dh129 at International City,

visit the animals in Al Ain Zoo every Thursday, Friday and Saturday this summer and see them at their most active times, during the cooler hours. Children under 12 accompanied by two paying adults will be admitted free of charge. From 6pm to 10pm, Al Ain Zoo, 03 781 1451,

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