A 1940s dance workshop, movie reminiscence and outdoor games will be part of an event to support those living with dementia.
And there will be a variety of “taster activities” taking place throughout the day at D in the Park.
The event in Westburn Lounge in Westburn Park is open to anyone living with dementia, their family members, carers, or elderly people who want to try the activities.
Organised by Alzheimer Scotland, there will also be a health walk, and people can try their hand at the ancient Chinese exercise Qi Gong.
It will take place on May 30 and has been organised as part of Dementia Awareness Week, which will run from May 29 to June 4.
Sarah Geoghegan, dementia advisor at Aberdeen’s Alzheimer Scotland base, said: “There will be all sorts of things going for people to try.
“Research has shown that activity is good for people mentally and physically. There will also be movie reminiscence where we’ll look at movies through the decades.
“We are seeing younger people diagnosed with dementia so it will be movies from the 70s and 80s as well as the 40s and 50s.
“There will also be music through the decades and there will be games like guess the music, or actress or actor from the films.
“City Moves will be holding a 1940s dance workshop and Boccia, Aberdeen FC Community Trust will be there as well delivering sports that people used to play.
“This will be fun things like egg and spoon race, hoopla, and bean bag race.”
The theme of Dementia Awareness Week is friendship.
Sarah added: “The theme is friendship and a lot of people attending groups over the years have made new friendships.”
D in the Park will ake place between 10.30am and 3pm. There will also be stalls from various charities and groups that will provide information on dementia and services available.