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  • A Brush with Colour: 20th century Paintings from the Edinburgh School


    Location: St Andrews Museum

    Following on from the great success of last summer’s Glasgow Boys exhibition, this year the focus moves from west to east, with an exhibition .......

     
  • Abbeyview Bowling Club Come and try and taster sessions

    Free

    Location: Dunfermline
    Abbeyview bowling club Come and try sessions and youth coaching
     
  • Andrew Carnegie Birthplace Museum

    Free

    Location: Dunfermline
    An exhibition in our newly refurbished Main Hall incorporating new technology in graphic, audio-visual and touch screen displays.
     
  • Art In Trust


    Location: Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries

    Highlights from the paintings collection

    To celebrate our fantastic new facility we have put together an exhibition featuring paintings from .......

     
  • British Golf Museum


    Location: St Andrews
    The Museum, Shop and Café are open to the public!
     
  • Burntisland Annual Heritage Exhibition 2017

    Free

    Location: Burntisland
    Visitors will be able to view videos and large collections of historical material relating to the town's fascinating history.
     
  • Burntisland Summer Fairground


    Location: Burntisland Links
    All the fun of the fair for the whole of the summer!
     
  • Cani-Fit


    Cani-Fit is coming to Fife, teaching dogs and owners how to get fit.
     
  • Children's Football


    Location: Balwearie High School Community Use
    Balwearie High Community Use in Kirkcaldy offers Football classes on Tuesday, Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings.
     
  • Cowdenbeath Racewall


    Location: Cowdenbeath
    Come along every Saturday for all the thrills and spills of stock car racing.
     
  • Crail Museum and Heritage Centre

    Free

    Location: Crail
    An exhibition showing the past life of this ancient royal burgh and airfield history.
     
  • Defend Dunfermline Festival & Exhibition


    Location: Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries

    With celebration and commemoration Forth Pilgrim will revisit the alliance and friendship between Scotland and Poland during WW2. The event wi .......

     
  • Defend Dunfermline: Unfinished Work


    Location: Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries

    David Worthington is an historian of Scotland, Britain and central Europe in the 16th and 17th centuries and has researched and published extensive .......

     
  • Defend Dunfermline: Unfinished Work


    Location: Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries
    David Worthington is an historian of Scotland, Britain and central Europe in the 16th and 17th centuries and has researched and published extensively on coastal history themes.
     
  • Fife Farmers' Market

    Free

    Location: Various Locations
    Fresh, wholesome local produce.
     
  • Fife Folk Museum


    Location: Ceres
    This volunteer-run Museum is well worth a visit with collections covering a wide range of objects, providing something to interest for every visitor.
     
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