What to do in Pune this weekend: Spooky events to celebrate Halloween
Hindustan Times brings to you the most interesting events happening in Pune city this weekend, the Halloween weekend.pune Updated: Oct 27, 2017 21:35 IST
1. What: This Halloween, get gripping with the beat as DJ Abhishek Mantri gets your souls tripping to some of the best beats - Deep House, Nu Disco, Funky House and Techno. With the ticking clock, stir-up your lost souls and get them tapping this season as the vibe takes over the night and gets you the frills to thrill
Where: Fishbowl, Hyatt Pune Kalyaninagar
When: October 28, Saturday, 8pm onward
2. What: Black cats, goblins, broomsticks and ghosts; are coming this Halloween to scare you at Oak Lounge. Halloween is the best excuse to go completely crazy with scary costumes, music, dance and drink until late night.
Where: Oak Lounge, Marriott Suites Pune
When: Oak Lounge - 29th October 2017 (10 pm onwards) and Senses – 31st October 2017 (7 pm onwards )
3. What: When the night falls on the weekend, the atmosphere at The 1st Brew house will come alive with tricks, treats and party spirit. DJ Eshna & DJ Parth will spin some wicked tracks to get you moving, while our chef will keep your palate asking for more. The soul of Jack-O-Lantern, the hero of Halloween, will come alive in the theme party like no other at the Brew house.
Where: The Corinthians Resort & Club
When: October 28 and 29, 7pm onward
4. What: Dj Rohen and DJ Dustin the duo monsters are all set to kill the night with their mix bag tunes.
Where: Evviva Sky Lounge, The Crowne Plaza Hotel
When: October 28, 8 pm onward
5. What: This Halloween, treat yourself to an electrifying night. Mexican DJ duo – Kill the Clowns take to the stage and rage up a musical storm to jolt you out of your wits. Each of them come from families of musicians and met in their home town of Aguascalientes in their 20s.
Where: Mi – A – Mi, JW Marriott Pune
When: October 28, 9 pm onward
Art Journaling combines the written word and visual imagery to improve self-expression. Art journaling is about expression of emotions and thoughts; a safe container for emotions.
Pooja Shah, artist shares, “Many people want to express themselves creatively through visual journaling, but are stuck or intimidated with how to get started, what to write, or how to move beyond gluing down a few images or putting some paint on paper.”
In this workshop, participants will learn how to use different media such as paint, photographs, and collage, while following journaling prompts and exercises to help them dig deeper and enrich the journaling process and experience. “Get introduced to journaling and after a regular practice, participants will notice a significant difference in their emotional wellbeing. Participants will learn about art journaling, how they can use that as a daily creative practice and document their daily memories and emotions.”
Participants may carry some personal items like stickers, postcards or any small things of sentimental value that they’d like to add to their journals.
Where: Art & Now, Yashodatta Building, Model Colony
When: October 29, 2-7pm
1. What: This October, chug on delicious chilled beers paired with tantalizing sizzling. Experience an all-new style of food presentations, a variety of fusion flavours and a plethora of options for both vegetarians and non-vegetarians to indulge in. Dig into three different mixed grilled options, which will be served on steaming sizzler platters along with a delicious glass of ice-cold draught beer.
Where: 3 Spices Alfresco, Doubletree by Hilton
When: Ongoing Fest, 7 pm to 11.30 pm
2. What: Greet yourself with delicious Malwani delicacies with authentic Malwani delicacies like Bangda Masala, Kobi Foogath, Bhoplyache Bharith, Konkani Mandeli, Bedaanyachi Bhaaji, Narali Kaarla, Basa Goda Masala, Shevga Batatya Cha Rassa, Vangya Cha Thecha, Vegetable Xacutti, Khekda Masala, Tisrya Anda Masala, Tondli Peanut Chi Bhaji, Coconut Curry, Malwani Mixed Seafood Curry, Narali Bhendi, Bombil Hirwa Masala, Shevga Mutton Che Kaalwan, Malwani Vegetables, Kokum Chi Amti, Chicken Sukka and Amboli and more.
Where: Casablanca,The Pride
Where: Ongoing till October 31, 12.30pm to 3.30pm
What: What makes this event special is that the volunteers are all breast cancer survivors (as October is Breast Cancer Awareness month), the organising members are women and will be cheering you on throughout the race. Post the event, Dr Shona Nag and Dr Anupama Mane will be giving a talk on breast cancer followed by a workshop of how to self-examine for breast cancer symptoms. All the runners with finishing badges (men and women) will get a 25% discount coupon for mammography at Jehangir Hospital’s Breast Centre, which can be used by any member of the family.
Where: Vidyanchal School, Balaji Park, Baner
When: Sunday, October 29th