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Earthship Fife Visitor Centre 10th Anniversary! We have an exciting year ahead of us and will update the website as soon as we have more information about events.

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The Earthship is opening for Spring on Sunday 23rd March (12-4pm) as part of the Fife Science Festival. Come along for this great free event for the whole family.

Fife
                      Science Festival at Earthship Fife Visitor Centre


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Previous events:

Free Christmas workshops for the whole family! Come along on Saturday 14th December (12-3pm) to the SCI Christmas Fair at Young Community (Music) Hall, Thistle Street, Burntisland. Make your own Christmas wreath out of natural materials and festive recycled decorations, knit a Christmas gift, bake and make with gingerbread and listen to seasonal stories. You can also relax with a coffee and cake at the cafe and browse the handmade gifts for sale. Take some time out from running around shops and remember all the nice things about Christmas!

Christmas Fair
                          2013

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Events for children at the Earthship Fife Visitor Centre:

Want to be a detective during the October school holidays? Come along to the Earthship Fife Visitor Centre by Kinghorn Loch and take part in our Earthship close-up quiz to learn more about this amazing eco friendly building made out of old tyres. There’s a prize for every correct quiz.

Just drop in at any time during our holiday opening hours to take part:

  • Wednesdays 11am-2pm
  • Thursdays 11am-2pm
  • Fridays 10.30am-1.30pm

Cost: £1 per child (allow 30 minutes to complete)

 

No need to book, just turn up on the day!

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Harvest Time Music and Storytelling Festival


Come and celebrate the beginning of Autumnal abundance at the Earthship Fife Visitor Centre, on the shore of Kinghorn Loch. SCI at the Earthship is hosting
a music and storytelling festival for families on Saturday 28th September (5-8pm).

 

Adults and families are invited to come along to listen to musicians and storytellers sharing Autumnal songs, music and stories, all powered by the Earthship’s renewable energy from the sun, wind and stream. The music will provided by Caro Bridges and the River; an Edinburgh based acoustic band playing folk-influenced music.

 

The Doorstep Bakery will bake delicious wood-stove pizzas and Fife Diet will provide a warming pot of nourishment, which can be washed down by local brews from the St Andrews Brewing Co.

Suggested donation for event: £5/adult, children free

For further information contact: Louise, SCI at the Earthship, tel: 01592 891884 or email: inquiry@sci-scotland.org.uk


Music
                  and storytelling festival 28th Sept 2013

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Saturday 24th August (12-4pm)


The Earthship Fife Visitor Centre will be open for drop-in visitors during The Ecology Centre Summer Festival. Free guided tours at 12.30pm and 2.30pm - no need to book just come along on the day

We will also be joined by Fife's Knitted Nature who will exhibit their amazing knitted flora and fauna - all examples of what you can find in Fife. There will be a knitting workshop, a nature quiz and a chance to win a knitted bat. Come along between 12-4pm.

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Summer Events at the Earthship
                2013
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Fife Science Festival 17th March

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Eco Village
            Afternoon Tea 23rd March

Workshops:

3pm Children's workshop: Beetroot cupcake making and icing
3.30pm Walk to the Widows Land
4pm Adult workshop: Veggie pakoras

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VOLUNTEER OPEN DAY
at The Earthship Fife Visitor Centre
23rd February 2013, 10.30am to 2.30pm
Free tours at 11.30am and 1.30pm
Come along for a free tour and refreshments and find out how you can help us run this unique building!



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SCI Christmas Fair – 1st December 2012

 

This was a popular event as usual with a great turn-out. The workshops were all busy and everyone seemed to enjoy getting a chance to make things – children and adults alike. We’d like to thank everyone who helped make it such a success. The SCI Fair has become a bit of a tradition in Burntisland and we already have ideas for next year. So make sure you come along next year!


SCI Christmas
            Fair December 2012

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Day of Stories 22nd September 2012

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Love Local Christmas Fayre 2011

SCI worked together with the Fife Diet to bring the popular 'buy local' Christmas fayre to St Serfs Hall in Burntisland on 10th December - this year advertised as 'Love Local Christmas Fayre'.

There were lots of activities for adults and kids to enjoy - Xmas tree decorations to make, gingerbread making and icing, knitting with the Burntisland Knitting group and the ever popular wreathmaking. There were also stalls with local craftsmen, artists and food suppliers selling beautiful gifts and delicious treats. And for those who just wanted to sit down and take it easy, the Broomhill Gardens Association ran a lovely cafe with lots of homebaking and hot drinks, and a storyteller told Christmas stories to the children.

It was a great day and as busy as usual. We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who took part in making the fayre so enjoyable and to everyone who came along.