Tag "Things to do in Fife"

Leven Prom Fest: music and craft on the beach this weekend

Described by the organisers as a ‘great day on a great beach in a great town, Leven Prom Fest will take place on the the Promenade on 17 June and will celebrate Leven’s lively surroundings and fantastic beach. At its heart a music festival with headliners Lost on Vancouver playing on the day, there will also be a fun fair, craft stalls, festival gardens and local attractions like the Beachcomber

Here comes the Fresh Air Festival – it must soon be summer!

Dunfermline’s Fresh Air Festival (28 May) is fast becoming one of the best events of its kind, ambitious in scale with a range of activities almost too long to list and yet with a simple, outdoorsy, low cost vibe that makes for a great day out. The Festival is held in the Public Park (not the Glen!) which is handy for both bus and train with the train stopping virtually in

Toys for Grown Ups: Sam Smith at The Scottish Fisheries Museum, Anstruther

There’s still time to catch the Sam Smith exhibition at the Scottish Fisheries Museum in Anstruther. The artist’s painted wooden toys and sculpture will be on display until 5 January 2014. Hosted by the Museum and the University of St Andrews, this is the first time his work has come to Scotland and the first showing of his work in ten years. Many of his works are toys for grown-ups

The Woolly Brew, Pittenweem

Your kids dinner money is enough to get you into a knitting group at The Woolly Brew. Everything is £1; £1 for coming, £1 for a cup of tea and £1 for a piece of home-made cake. Other more formal workshops might cost a bit more than this bargain price. Fiona Wright (left) and Karen Grant host groups in their yarn shop which opened in Pittenweem, Fife, December 2011. The idea