Food & Craft Weekend 5 & 6 May

A prosecco van, pizza making, gin and coffee tasting events, as well as cooking with Khushi’s, are just some of the highlights during Dunfermline’s food and craft weekend, 5-6 May, organised by Dunfermline Delivers, and the Kingsgate Shopping Centre.
This year, more local companies, venues and volunteers have embraced the opportunity to support the food and craft event that has now been running for three years. Alongside the food, drink and craft stalls in the Kingsgate, ten venues are hosting events, including the Andrew Carnegie Birthplace Museum, which is organising The Empire Strikes Back, an empire biscuit decorating event for children. The Glen Pavillion is the venue for a vintage market and tea dance presented by the charity, Playlist for Life. For gin lovers, there’s a tasting by Fife company, Eden Mill at Grill 48. Kids can learn how to make their own pizza at the pizza-making class, and, for dessert, there’s a cheesecake making class, both at Dine29. Café Wynd is hosting a coffee tasting by Kinross-based coffee experts, Unorthodox Roasters, on Saturday 5 May.
Food-themed art during the weekend includes a food photography exhibition, curated by by Chris Duffy of The Auchtermuchty Food Museum, and local artist, Alan Grieve, will be hosting a food themed colouring wall. Dunfermline Rotary Club’s Young Writer/Photographer competitions will also be on display in the Kingsgate,featuring work from 28 local primary schools and the four Dunfermline area high schools.
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