Our guide to the top 10 things to do this weekend
Incorporating Wallace 700, clan members and reenactment groups, AIYF performers, and special guest Graeme Garden star of The Goodies and long-running radio show, I’m Sorry I Haven’t A Clue. Union Street, Aberdeen, 11am Saturday.
THE MOSCOW STATE CIRCUS
Russia's greatest and most talented circus artists, many of whom have never performed in the UK before. Queen’s Links, Aberdeen, various show times until August 1. King George V Park from 9am, Saturday. Attractions include monster trucks, parade of livestock, children’s fancy dress,
tug o’ war, dancing, piping, Scolty and
Hill Race, on dog show, pets parade, Angus the
Bull, and marquee dance.
The International Year of Forests is the theme for activities. Children must be accompanied, booking essential, meeting at the Natural History Cabin, Aden Country Park, Mintlaw, 2pm to 5pm Saturday. School holiday fun. Grampian Transport Museum, Alford, from 1.30pm to 3.30pm tomorrow. Travellers Tales, storytelling session at the Gypsy Caravan, from 1pm to 4pm Sunday.
Annual gathering organised by members of Grampian Jaguar Enthusiasts Club with proceeds going to local charities. Family fun day will include pipe band display, bouncy castle, barbecue and a variety of stalls. Drum Castle, by Drumoak. From 11am to 5pm on Sunday. Crimond Airfield, on the A90 Peterhead to Fraserburgh road, from 1pm Sunday. Phil Cunningham and Aly Bain. Crathes Castle grounds, by Banchory. Bring a picnic, 7.30pm Saturday.
147TH TURRIFF SHOW
Livestock judging, horses, ponies, sheep and cattle, showjumping, grand parade, trade stands. The Haughs, Turriff, from 7am Sunday and 9am Monday.
ANNIVERSARY OF THE BATTLE OF HARLAW EXHIBITION
To mark the 600th anniversary of the famous battle which took place near Inverurie on the July 24, 1411, an intricate model of the battle site, has been created by Aberdeen Wargames Club. Showing at Aberdeen Art Gallery until Sunday.
SPECTACLE: Tartan Day takes place on Saturday.