Programme of meetings
Our regular programme of talks will resume at our usual venue in the Age Concern Centre , Provost Wynd, Cupar in Spring 2022 on the last Monday of each month through until November 2022.
Our talks commence at 7.30 p.m. and they are open to the public on payment of a modest admission fee.
We plan to be present at two local events during the course of the year ahead.
Firstly, at a Heritage Day in the Corn Exchange, Cupar on 19th March that is being hosted by Fife Family History Society and our volunteers will also be present at Fife Show, which will be marking 200 years of agricultural excellence on 21st May 2022.
Should circumstances change at any time due to public health regulations, members and guests will be advised and invited to join our meetings by Zoom.
To be admitted to a Zoom meeting, please use the contact form on this web site to express your interest or telephone the museum on 01334 844979 by noon on the day of the meeting.
Programme of Talks for 2022
April, 25th The History of Letham
Donald Dallas, author of “The History of Letham” will give an illustrated talk about this local community.
May, 30th The Japanese Garden at Cowden, by Dollar
Presentation by Nicola Dibley on this attractive and historic garden, its decline and subsequent restoration.
June, 27th Hill of Tarvit Mansion House
Talk and presentation by Dakers Fleming with background about this National Trust Property and its history.
July (date tbc)
The Trustees plan to lead a visit to an attractive destination that will enlighten and entertain participants. Details to be confirmed.
August, 29th Suffragettes in Cupar
The monthly meeting will comprise two talks. Trustee Roderick Greig will give a talk on Suffragettes in Cupar.
The subject of the second talk will be confirmed nearer to the event.
September, 26th Recent Fife Archaeology
Steve Liscoe from the Fife Council Archaeological Unit will give the audience an update on discoveries being revealed in the Fife area.
October, 31st Scottish Maps
Chris Fleet, Map Curator of the National Library of Scotland’s Map Library, will give a presentation about the collection, and how to access the collection in person and through the Library’s website.
November, 28th Cupar Film Night
An opportunity to see “Stratheden Splendour”, a colour film that was made in 1949 featuring everyday life in the Howe of Fife.
Future Talks will take place on the last Monday of each month at 7.30 p.m.
All meetings will take place in the Age Concern Building, Provost Wynd, Cupar, starting at 7.30pm and are open to the Public.
Everyone is welcome to stay on after the talk to meet others.
Parking is available in the Bonnygate Car Park adjacent to the hall.
Reports of Meetings to date
For those of you who may have missed the earlier meetings, we give a brief report below: