People interested in their family history will be offered the chance to explore their roots with the help of experts at a local history.
Run by Aberdeen and North East Scotland Ancestral Tourism Partnership, the event will see representatives from more than 15 organisations on hand to offer advice including Aberdeen and North East Scotland Family History Society, the National Records of Scotland and the Aberdeenshire Libraries Local Studies team.
A series of talks will take place throughout the day from genealogist Chris Paton, heraldry expert Gordon Casely and Tristram Clarke from the National Records of Scotland.
Aberdeen City Council Communities, Housing and Infrastructure vice convener Councillor Jean Morrison said: "Last year’s Routes to Your Roots event at Haddo House was a huge success so it’s fantastic that it’s taking place again.
"This year’s event in Stonehaven is a fantastic opportunity for people who are interested in finding more about their roots and also for those who love discovering the history of their local area."
Chair of Aberdeenshire Council’s Education, Learning and Leisure Committee, Cllr Alison Evison, added: "With such a range of organisations attending the event, there will be lots of people on hand to provide advice and guidance on tracing your predecessors."
The Routes to Your Roots event will be held at Stonehaven Town Hall on September 26.