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FIFE FOLK MUSEUM UPDATE
Following the recent successful outdoor Storytelling sessions with Sheila Kinninmonth, the Trustees and Volunteers would like to remind readers that the final two sessions will be held on August the 5th at 10.30 am and 1.30 pm suitable for ages four to ten years entry is free, but booking is essential as places are limited. In addition there will be a Childs Craft Session following the morning storytelling. Our grateful thanks to the Bruce Charitable Trust without whose support these events would not be possible.
To reserve a place or places please call 01334 828180 or email fifefolkmuseum.org.
The Museum’s next Spoon Carving Workshop will be held outdoors on Saturday the 14th of August between 11.00 am and 3.00 pm places are limited so do not delay in reserving your place. Tools and materials will be supplied and every participant will take home a spoon. The cost is £15 payable in advance suitable for 16 plus. Freshly prepared Lunch Boxes will be available by pre-ordering in advance from the Harvest Mouse Tearoom at a special price of £5 please call 01334 828966.
FIFE FOLK MUSEUM - VOLUNTEER APPEAL
The ever popular Fife Folk Museum Ceres is appealing to those who have in the past or who would like in the future to take up a role as a volunteer.
Some of the tasks involve working with the public and some are "behind the scenes". For the Museum to be open to the public throughout the season from 1st April to 31st October, we rely on a team of active helpers. The main area where volunteers are needed is on the reception desk, greeting the visitors. Two volunteers are required on duty for each morning or afternoon session, Wednesday to Sunday 10.30 – 1.15 pm / 1.15 pm – 4.00 pm. Also, your ideas for future exhibitions would be greatly welcomed.
No special skills are needed to become a volunteer other than enthusiasm, reliability, an interest in the Museum and its exhibits and dealing with the public. Training is given on a variety of tasks to suit each volunteer.
Volunteering can add to your skills and experience, help you gain confidence, meet new people and give a feeling of satisfaction working as a team towards a common goal.
Volunteering can help you feel a part of something outside of your circle of friends and family and enable you to make a real difference to your community.
All COVID 19 precautions are in place to protect our volunteers and members of the public.
If you would be interested, please contact the Museum via www.fifefolkmuseum.org or telephone 01334 828180.
Fife Folk Museum 100 Club July Winners
July 100 Club winners are:
1st Prize R. Colwell
2nd Prize P. Martin
3rd Prize J. Normand
Find out more about the history of the museum buildings, when the museum was opened and the development of the buildings over the last 50 years.
Almost all of those invloved in running the museum are volunteers.
We are always keen to welcome new volunteers.
Would you be interested in joining us?
Opening times for 2021 are;
Museum open 1st May - 31st October
Wednesday - Sunday 10.30am-4pm
FREE ENTRY - donations welcomed
We have free parking available opposite the museum for use by all visitors.