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Agenda for Saturday, September 2nd: Things to Do

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  1. Braemar Gathering
    • Location: Princess Royal and Duke of Fife Memorial Park, Aberdeenshire
    • Date: Saturday, 9am to 5pm
    • Description: Experience the world-famous Braemar Gathering, featuring heavy, light, dancing, and piping competitions. Join thousands of attendees for a royal day out, with the King and Queen expected to be in attendance. Tickets available at
  2. Doors Open Days
    • Location: Various locations in Aberdeen, Inverness, Black Isle, and Easter Ross
    • Description: Explore Scotland’s largest free festival, Doors Open Days. Visit fascinating buildings that are rarely open to the public, including Aberdeen’s Masonic Temple, Bon Accord Baths, and Highland Archive Centre. Find participating locations near you at
  3. Nairn Book and Arts Festival
    • Location: Nairn, Highlands
    • Description: Celebrate literature, art, music, and drama at the 20th Nairn Book and Arts Festival. Enjoy talks, readings by high-profile authors, Gaelic language events, live music, film, visual arts exhibitions, creative workshops, and more. Tickets and the full program are available at
  4. Distilled
    • Location: Elgin Town Hall
    • Date: Friday and Saturday
    • Description: Distilled brings together some of the world’s best whisky distillers, gin makers, and craft breweries for a delightful weekend of tastings and learning. Sample a wide range of spirits, savor cocktails, and explore Speyside’s diverse beverage portfolio. Tickets and details at
  5. Autumn Foraging & Wildcrafting: Wild Pizza
    • Location: The Old Garden Nursery, Taynuilt
    • Time: Starting at 10.30am
    • Description: Join The Little Foragers Kitchen for an Autumn Foraging & Wildcrafting event. Explore the hedgerows and meadows to collect ingredients for your own wild pizzas. Shape the bases, cook them over a fire, and enjoy with a garden salad and sweet wild treats. Tickets available at

Celebrate the beginning of autumn with these exciting events across the north and north-east. Whether you’re interested in traditional games, cultural exploration, literary arts, spirits tasting, or foraging for your own food, there’s something for everyone on Saturday, September 2nd.

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