Delhi Weekender

There is always something interesting to do in Delhi on Weekends, be it exhibition or education. We have got an awesome plan lined up just for you. We know your salary has just been credited but here are a couple of things you can do this weekend before you go hokus-pokus-brokus!

1. The BRICS Film Festival

Anyone who enjoys cultural stimulation should not miss this opportunity! The BRICS film festival will comprise films, food and crafts of the BRICS countries-Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. The best part – Free Entry! You get to watch international cinema, sample different dishes and enjoy some activities.

Film Festivals, Govt of India
Photo courtesy: Directorate of Film Festivals, Govt of India

When: Sept 2 – 6
Where: Siri Fort Auditorium, Khel Gaon Road
Timings: 10.30am – 10.30pm

Schedule at BRICS Courtesy-Directorate of Film Festivals, Govt of India
Photo courtesy: Directorate of Film Festivals, Govt of India

You can check out more details here.

2. A Brewing Class and Tasting Session

Blue Tokai and TrulyMadly are giving all the caffeine addicts out there to sharpen their coffee-making skills. As you go through different methods of brewing, you get to taste the brews so you can figure how each equipment and method is different. Oh, don’t forget to try their Nutella cookie and indulge in the one free coffee! Book your tickets here.

different kinds of coffee pic credit blue tokai coffee
Photo courtesy: blue tokai coffee

When: Sept 3
Where: 258, Lane 3, West End Marg Saidulajab
Timing: 4.30pm to 7pm
Ticket: Rs.600 plus taxes all inclusive of taxes, tasting session, Nutella cookie and a coffee.

3. Get your hands messy in a finger painting workshop

This is your chance to relive memories of spending your holidays having fun with water colors with your friends! Art supplies will be provided and so will mocktails. Book your tickets here.

Finger painting
Photo courtesy: insider.in

When: Sept 3
Where: The Potbelly Rooftop Café, Chanakyapuri
Timing: 4pm
Ticket: Rs.950, including food, art material and drinks.

4. Follow the Momo Trail

Delhi Food Walks is organizing a Momo Trail and they will take a group of 15 people to the best momo places in the capital. Delhi newbies, momos are an integral part of life here, trust me. Get all the details right here and book your spot here.

Delhi food walk
Photo courtesy: Delhi food walk Facebook page

When: Sept 4
Where: The trail begins at Chandni Chowk
Timing: 3 to 8pm
Fees: Rs. 700. Do check out the terms and conditions when you book your spot.

What are your plans this weekend? Tell me in the comments below!

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This Delhi girl loves to explore the untouched corners of the capital. You will usually find her sipping coffee at an unidentified coffee shop, observing you.