Our guide to the top 10 things to do this weekend
Various venues in and around Portsoy, Grand Opening Concert, Wally Green Marquee with The Tannahill Weavers, from 7pm tomorrow. Boat racing, outdoor stalls, craft demonstrations, live music, 17th century harbour, Portsoy, Saturday and Sunday.
CITYMOVES SUMMER SHOW
Dance showcase featuring more 200 dancers aged from two to 72 performing ballet, contemporary, jazz and hip hop. Beach Ballroom, Aberdeen, 7.30pm tomorrow. The popular attraction returns, featuring around 70 stalls with a wide array
of products from around
the UK and Europe. Union Terrace Open daily 9am to 6pm,
from tomorrow until Sunday.
Re-open for the summer season from tomorrow with an exhibition exploring Aberdeen’s links with the Jacobite rebellions. The Castle Street jail will be 10am to 4pm Tuesday to Saturday. Also 12.30pm to 3.30pm Sunday. All formulae racing, Crimond Airfield, on the A90 Peterhead to Fraserburgh road. Brisca F2 W&Y, Ladies Banger race, (Saturday), F2 Highland Fling (Sunday). Stoxkarts and Diesel Bangers (both days). Practice from 1pm, racing from 5pm Saturday. Also from 12.30pm Sunday.
Hilton Community Centre, Aberdeen, kids zone, tombola, face painting, bouncy castle, stalls, barbecue and refreshment. Fun day for all the family from 11am to 3pm, Saturday. New Byth Playing Field, near Turriff, from 1pm, Sunday. Muir of Dinnet National Nature Reserve. Family day out with children’s
Visitor activities. Burn O’ Vat Centre, noon to
ABOYNE AND DEESIDE FESTIVAL
Natural History Museum and BBC Wildlife Magazine showcase for world-class photography offering an insight into the beauty, drama and diversity of the natural world. Aberdeen Art Gallery, until August 20.
SET SAIL: The Portsoy Small Boat Festival takes place this weekend.