FCE Weekly Catchup – W/C 28 November 2016

Fife F.L.A.G.S First Christmas Party on Saturday 3 December, in the function room upstairs, in Society, 13 Charlotte St, Kirkcaldy KY1 1RN. There will be party-music, dancing, free food, and a visit from an Olaf look-alike (the snowman from Frozen), who will be giving out treats and will pose for your selfie. Fife F.L.A.G.S is an LGBT-friendly group who can’t wait to see you all at this event!

Voluntary Youth Network is organising a free networking ‘Cream Tea’ on Tuesday 6 December, from 2pm to 5pm, at Gilvenbank Hotel, Huntsman’s Rd, Glenrothes KY7 6RA, to bring together voluntary youth organisations and partners, to share ideas and good practice. There will be a marketplace in which to promote organisations and services. There will also be guest speakers National Third Sector GIRFEC Project and Health & Social Care Alliance and discussion tables on GIRFEC, funding, Fife equalities, prevention and tobacco, and Smart Play; and of course cream tea (mince pies, scones, cakes, and tea/coffee). If you would like to attend, please go to https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/vyn-networking-event-tickets-26559551333 or call 01592 645355 or email vyn@btconnect.com.

Fife Contemporary Art & Craft presents Jasleen Kaur exhibition. This is the first solo exhibition by the Scottish-Indian artist. It will feature short films and sculptural works exploring the artist’s dual heritage. On Friday 17 February, a symposium, Thinking, Making + Matter, will encourage discussion around the relationships between visual art, craft, and design. On Saturday 18 February, the artist will lead a family workshop. For information on the events organised to accompany the exhibition please check www.fcac.co.uk St Andrews Museum, Kinburn Park, Doubledykes Road, St Andrews KY16 9DP.

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Keeping a keen eye on equality-related issues and news. Development Officer at Fife Centre for Equalities.