Broch charity People First will host a Celebrating the Difference event at the North East Scotland College in Fraserburgh this Saturday (September 19).
There will be lots of fun for all the family with face painting, balloon sculpting and a visit from the Owl and the Pussycat for the children to enjoy, plus a surprise visit from the lovely Anna and Elsa, the magical princesses from Frozen.
People of all ages are invited to head along and try their hand at African drumming or Thai dancing.
There will also be Russian, Lithuanian and Latvian singers, Highland dancing, as well as singing from People First’s Lighthouse Rock and maybe a ballad or two!
Archie on the bagpipes will open the event and the famous Mutiny Tribal Belly dancers have promised to be there too.
If you enjoy sampling new kinds of food then there will be a wide selection of food from all around the world for visitors to sample.
Have you ever thought you might like to try the relaxing therapy of Thai head massage? Then why not head along to the Celebrating the Difference event to try it out or book a longer session.
People First is a local charity run by and for people with learning disabilities.
The Celebrating the Difference event has been organised alongside Grampian Regional Equality Council, Fraserburgh Development Trust, Community Learning and Development and the Robertson Road Resource Centre (Aberdeenshire Council) and representatives from the Thai, Portuguese and Polish communities.