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Fife Festival of Music 2018
When: 12 - 4pm, Sunday 25 November 2018 Where: Dunfermline High School, Jennie Rennie, Dunfermline, KY11 3BQ
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It’s Family Funday Sunday at Fife Festival of Music! A musical fun day for all the family with workshops and performances and its free!
This will be the sixth Family Funday of Musicmaking generated by Fife Festival of Music with lots of fun things to interest people of all ages. Bring the family, bring your neighbours, borrow your neighbour's children and come along - for some fun with music.
Admission is free for all with refreshments available.
Open to all ages, families, friends, parents, children (under 12s must be accompanied). All are welcome.
Fife Festival of Music will present its 2018 Fun day and Workshop, a family fun-filled musical afternoon. FFoM will have its own stall promoting its existence in the music community of Fife.
‘Come and try’ workshop sessions will be available for drum kit, jumbie jam, ukulele, singing games, music making for the very young and pipe band drumming. There will also be short informal performances by local musicians - an ensemble from Fife Strathspey and Reel Society. The main performance will be a 45 minute family concert given by the highly entertaining, hugely talented and colourful 'Travelling by Tuba', all the way from Manchester.
There will be face-painting, a quiz, colouring-in, as well as the FFoM shop selling pens, pencils, notebooks, cards, and 'musical' gifts.
Doors open at 11.30am and the official fanfare opening will be at 12 noon.
There will also be a visit by Fife Council Provost Cllr. Jim Leishman.
With support from the Carnegie Dunfermline Trust, Barbara McManus Memorial Fund, Fife Youth Music Activities Charitable Trust and FFoM itself.
For more information please visit the Fife Festival of Music website.