1st May

5th June

3rd July

7th August

4th September

2nd October

7pm

Fife Folk Museum

Museum Evening Talks 2017

Come along to our series of free talks at the museum on the first Monday of each month at 7pm. Find out about;

1st May: Struthers Castle - Robert Scott

5th June:  Lindores Abbey and Distillery - Drew McKenzie Smith

3rd July: The Jacobites - Bruce Lenman

7th August: Wemyss Cave - Mike Arrowsmith

4th September: Wemyss Ware - Griselda Hill

2nd October: Tentsmuir in History - Robert Crawford

 

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Friday 7th October

Friday 2nd December

Friday 3rd February

Friday 31st March 2017

7pm

Fife Folk Museum

Hostess Whist Drives, 2016 – 2017

Tickets £4 (Hostess Free) 

Playing for the Museum Silver Salver

To book your place contact Ewen Allan at the museum on 01334 828180 or email

info@fifefolkmuseum.org

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 Friday 14 October 2016
- midday Saturday 29 October
All day Saturday 29 October
in the Weigh House Tearoom

Silent Auction

Sold to the highest bidder!
Online bidding available now at  www.32auctions.com/fifefolkmuseum2016 and will finish at midday on Saturday 29th October 2016
All items are on view in the Weigh House Tearoom at the Museum from 14 October onwards. 
Live bidding all day Saturday 29 October 2016 in the Weigh House Tearoom finishing
at 8.00pm - on the dot. 
7.00pm Join in all the fun of the Auction at the Museum with live bidding followed by a Complementary Stovie Supper - make sure you pick up your Free ticket at Museum Reception! 

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Tuesday 11th October 2016

7pm

Fife Folk Museum

Ceres Local History Night

Do you have a story, local knowledge, an object or photograph of old Ceres to share? Join us for an informal discussion on the families, buildings, landscape, trades and traditions that have shaped our beautiful village.

All welcome!
Bring yourselves, £1 towards refreshments, photographs, small objects and curiosities.

Lecture

Mon 3rd October 2016

7.00pm 

Visitor Centre

Vikings in Fife

by Dr Barbara Crawford

This event is free, but a small donation to the Museum would be much appreciated