Dundonians are set for a busy weekend as a variety of community activities take place, including the return of the Dundee Motor Show.
Monifieth Medieval Fair returns this weekend
The show, which will be run as part of Celebration in the Park at Baxter Park on Sunday, will feature more than 200 classic cars as well as a truck selection.
There will also be a variety of activities to keep the youngsters entertained including a funhouse, carousel, bungee trampolines, a play area and more.
Elizabeth Crighton, chairwoman of the Stobswell Events Group, said: “We are all very excited.
“We currently have more than 70 stalls coming along, that is a lot more than we have had in the past.
“We have quite a variety too, from arts and crafts and home baking to jewellery and art.”
Elizabeth said more information is available on the Celebration in the Park Facebook page and the Stobswell Forum Facebook page.
The event will take place from 12-4pm and is free to attend.
Also being held this weekend is the Monifieth Medieval Fair, where people can watch a medieval battle re-enactment and listen to singer songwriter Laura McGhee perform as well as medieval ensemble Gaita.
Organiser Derek Uchman said: “From being in a position where the fair almost didn’t go ahead, the line-up of entertainment this Sunday is one of the strongest we’ve ever had.
“The event promises to be a fantastic day for all members of the family and should be one of the best fairs in its history.”
The event will begin at noon and run until 4.30pm at Riverview Park.
And those looking for something to do on Saturday can take part in this year’s Zombie Walk, with funds going towards the Dundee Foodbank.
Participants dress up as zombies and slowly shuffle their way around the city centre for a good cause. The zombies will gather at the University of Dundee Union for 2pm.