Our guide to the top 10 things to do this weekend
Featuring around 70 stalls with a wide range of food, arts and crafts, and textiles. Union Terrace, Aberdeen, open daily 9am to 6pm from tomorrow until Sunday.
GO FOR A SPIN!
A fun day out for all the family with free vehicle rides including Mack the Snowplough, Morris and Tourer, Lotus Esprit, Porsche, Scammell Explorer, Vanden Plas 60, road train and historic bus plus quad bikes, bouncy castle noon to 4.30pm Sunday. A night like no other on the first national science tour celebrating the universe and the many wonders that lie within
it. Featuring Robin Ince Brian and
Cox, pictured. Music Hall, Aberdeen, 8pm
KEMNAY CARTIE RACE AND FAMILY FUN DAY
High Street, Kemnay, Cartie Races from P1 to adult, craft stalls, games, raffles and refreshments. Practice runs from 9.30am, racing from 11am, Sunday.
ABERDEEN ARTISTS’ SOCIETY
77th Annual Exhibition Showcasing professional, established, amateur and emerging artists, including painting, sculpture, printmaking, jewellery, textiles and film. Open 10am to 5pm, Tuesday to Saturday; 2pm to 5pm Sunday. Until May 28.
CASTLE FORBES GALA
Train rides, displays, storytellers, races, games, Medieval Realm knights in open battle, cartie racing and Alford fiddlers and Gravity Race time trials, from 9am Saturday.
REVOLUTION: Leanne Duffy and Kim McNeill.
IT’S BACK: The International Street Market returns to Aberdeen.