Starting from a concern about the quality of the air we breathe locally, citizen David Fryer and designers Ben Durack and Kevin Mulhern worked collaboratively to design and produce a small batch of air pollution monitors already present in the city. This workshop will allow the network across the city to grow and you can be part of it!
Put your best foot forward, strolling or striding and help people in your local Grampian Community get their lives back after surviving life changing illness!
Follow Jamie and his dog patch as they meet helpful people on one very eventful day! While you’re on the Exhibition Floor, meet people from various local organisations who provide services to us.
These days are open to public and groups.
Each Little Explorer Day workshop lasts approximately 30 minutes and is supported by related activity tables on the Exhibition Floor.
Interested in learning more about Aberdeen? In this tour you will see the highlights of Aberdeen city centre, while you find out about Aberdeen's social history, its quirky inhabitants and how it got to where it is today.
Tours start from the Mercat Cross in the Castlegate and last 90 minutes. Walk-ups are welcome but to guarantee your place, reserve a space on our website. The tours are free. Donations are welcome.
Private tours are available on request. Just contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Of Dice And Men is Aberdeen City Libraries new, free weekly board game club. Not only do we have a range of games to play, feel free to BYOBG – Bring Your Own Board Game and challenge someone to a game.
Email LibraryEvents@aberdeencity.gov.uk for more details.
Music@Midstocket's successful concert season continues on Saturday 23rd June at 3pm at Midstocket Parish Church when Hannah Renton (violin), Jonathan Kightley (viola) and Blair Cargill (piano) will entertain us.
Hannah Renton (violin) is from Aberdeen and began learning the violin at the age of 7. She is now in the third year of her undergraduate degree at the Royal College of Music in London where she studies with Jan Repko.
As night falls, it is time to explore the darkest side of Aberdeen's history. From kidnapping and witchcraft to adultery and murder, we explore stories of crime and punishment from the last 500 years.
Over an hour and 45 minutes, your costumed guide will bring to life tales from the most sordid chapter of Aberdeen's past. And, by the end, you will truly be able to say whether crime pays.
Tickets cost £8. Not suitable for those under the age of 15. Advance booking necessary.