Scores of people of all ages turned out for Broughty Ferry Gala week’s third day of entertainment and family fun.
The rain failed to dampen spirits as kids hunted for buried treasure in the sand on The Esplanade, in an event sponsored by the Fort Hotel.
For the history enthusiasts, there was the Beachie Heritage Walk – an hour-long walking tour of old Broughty Ferry.
At St Stephen’s Church, young musicians got together for a Disney Princess and Superhero singalong, with many impressive fancy dress costumes on show.
Later on in the evening in the same venue, a family fun race night was held, with team races taking place.
For the older generation, there was a prize domino night at The Fort Hotel and Bar, as well as pub quizzes with Joe Grimes at The Royal Arch Bar and Bistro.
The fun-packed programme of events continues today, with a bonny babies competition for children up to three years old; a pavement artist competition; ballet in the park, presented by Ferry Dance School; a family pet show; kids’ art and craft activities; draught beer tasting; and an open-air screening of The Minions movie and Transformers.
There will also be a chance to meet Bumblebee and Optimus Prime.