10 GREAT THINGS TO DO THIS WEEKEND
Dance showcase by pupils, presented by the Karen Berry Dance School. Arts Centre, King Street, Aberdeen, showing nightly 7.30pm until Saturday.
FOSSILS AND FUNNY BONES!
Go on a journey of discovery at this interactive exhibition that lets children explore the prehistoric world through imaginative play and hands-on activities. Also enjoy a weekend Kitchen Chemistry Show. Satrosphere, The Tram Sheds, Constitution Street, Aberdeen. Centre is open daily 10am to 5pm.
Westhill Family Learning event. This is a fun day, suitable for children aged two to five. Select two activities from three offer – on
craft, storytime or dance, followed by a show, puppet
1.30pm to 3.30pm, Saturday at Westhill
Ashdale Hall, Westhill. Tutor Pam Dignan will be giving tuition for simple dances, also young musicians and dancers to entertain and refreshments, From 2pm to 4.30pm Saturday.
RSPB LOCH OF STRATHBEG
By Crimond, Visitors’ Centre open daily from 9am to dusk with access to the Tower Pool, Fen and Bay hides. Admission free but donations welcome, recent sightings including bar-tailed godwit, razorbill, kittiwake and black guillemot.
Inverurie Round Table/Garioch Sports Trust featuring X Factor finalists The MacDonald Brothers with support by Fiona Kelly. Garioch Sports Centre, Strathburn Park, Inverurie, 7.30pm Saturday.
GRAMPIAN ASSOCIATION OF STORYTELLERS
Friday Fling, Queen’s Cross Church Lounge, 7.15pm Friday.
Easy rides led by Grampian Cyclists’ Touring Club, meeting at Groats Road, Hazlehead, Aberdeen,
Sunday. from 10am to noon,
GOMEL: A BELARUSIAN TOWN AT WAR
Exhibition celebrating 20 years of twinning – a partnership that began in the aftermath of the Chernobyl nuclear plant disaster. Gordon Highlanders’ Museum, Viewfield Road, Aberdeen, open 10am to 4pm Tuesday to Saturday, showing until June 30.
BY ORDER OF ME
A new artwork on Broad Hill, Aberdeen, created by 54 pupils from Kingsford Primary School inviting the public to see the city through the eyes of its young people, showing until February 2012.
STEP OUT: The Karen Berry Dance School present Move It!