Our guide to the top 10 things to do this weekend
Charity grand finale raising money for Aberdeen Breast Centre, ARI and Archway, 10k event along the old Deeside line leaving Duthie Park, Aberdeen, warm up followed by walk, from
Support our Heroes Day, 10k for adults and 2k event for children, pipe band, stalls, live music, Royal Marines Rolling Wall, field kitchen barbecue and Army assault course. Organised by 45 Commando, Milton of Crathes, Banchory, from 11am Sunday. Follow the signs to the bird hide and meet the rangers who will help you discover the wildlife loch. on the
Drop-in event, no booking required, donations welcome, Fyvie Castle, to 3pm 11am
ANNUAL FESTIVAL OF SCOTTISH MUSIC
Under auspices of Banchory Strathspey and Reel Society. Banchory Church Hall and other venues, competitive classes in fiddle, piano and group sections, from 10am Saturday. A new and unique event for the North-east of Scotland, new, modified, classic and vintage cars and motorbikes with themed zones spread throughout The Haughs. Also music, entertainment, competitions, food stalls and commercial stands, 10am to 5pm
MILITARY FITNESS FOR ALL
In conjunction with Fitness Extreme, drop-in event for all ages, Gordon Highlanders Museum, Viewfield Road, Aberdeen, from 10am to 4pm Saturday. Museum of Scottish Lighthouses, Kinnaird Head, 10am to 4.30pm Saturday and noon to 4.30pm Sunday. Emotive dance pieces on the theme of 9/11, by Smallpetitklein Dance Company. Woodend Barn, Banchory, 7.30pm tomorrow. Aimed at two to fives. Look for Gruffaloes and bears, collect natural treasures and make a special bookmark. Take along your favourite book/outdoor story as the event will finish with storytelling. Woodend Barn, Banchory, 2pm to 3pm Saturday.
PICK OUT A PUFFIN AT FOWLSHEUGH
Join the RSPB for a walk to view guillemots, razorbills and kittiwakes on the cliff. Five miles south of Stonehaven, follow road signs for Crawton, booking essential. Wear suitable clothing. Sunday 2pm.
WALK ON: The final Bling Fling takes place this weekend.