That's PRD takes a look at the best of the week:
March 16: Workshop on Kids' Learning Disorders
As part of a series of lectures, LIH Olivia's Place is offering a free talk for parents and educators on how to best support kids with learning disorders. Dr. Jacqueline Wolf, a clinicial psychologist, will discuss how to identify and work with children with ADHD, dyslexia, and other common disorders. RSVP is recommended.
March 17: St. Patrick's Day Pub Crawl
If you've just gotta have them all this St. Patrick's Day, sign up for this pub crawl that starts at MOD bar (in Houhai) and goes on to Coco Park. Add Tom on WeChat (ID: repyourhood6 or the QR code above) to join the fun. And for more St. Patrick's Day specials in Shenzhen, check out our holiday events guide.
March 17: Rock and Metal Night
Can't stand the oppressive monotony of everyday life? Meet fellow rock/metal lovers and let the music carry you away at this alternative get-together near Window of the World.
March 18: Exit Through the Gift Shop at Jardin Orange
Jardin Orange is screening the documentary Exit Through the Gift Shop, made by street artist Banksy, at their main gallery. The movie will be followed by a short discussion about urban artists and the commercial nature of art. Get there early to claim a seat.
March 18: Shenzhen Scavenger Hunt
If you're down for adventure, gather some friends and sign up for this scavenger hunt that promises to range around the whole city. The three-hour hunt for over 50 objects starts and ends at The Brew. Purchasing a RMB10 raffle ticket is recommended; all proceeds will go to charity.
March 18: Duvel Tripel Hop Masterclass at Providence
For RMB100, beer lovers can sample six different versions of classic brand Duvel's special 'tripel hop' vintage. To prolong the enjoyment, they can take an additional six-pack of tripel hops home with them for RMB188.
March 18: DJ Dirty Class at Dazzle Club
Taiwanese DJ Dirty Class will be shaking things up at Dazzle Club this weekend. If you're a college student, bring your ID and you can get in free. Others will have to settle for paying a RMB50 cover.
March 18: sleepmakeswaves
For a healthy dose of Saturday night Australian post-rock, look no further than sleepmakeswaves. We talked to them about their latest album, which they're performing all across China. This weekend, Shenzheners can check out the band's soulful rock vibes for themselves.
March 19: Ma Tiao
Wind down after a hectic weekend to the soothing sounds of Ma Tiao's music. The Chinese singer is touring China in honor of his newest album, Warm Spring Sunshine.
St. Patrick's Day is this Friday. To find the best parties and drinks deals around town, read our events roundup.
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