Ways to Wellbeing is OnFife’s festival focused on health and wellbeing. We love sharing how we can help with positive wellbeing. Look out for Facebook posts, events and activities throughout the month and remember to spread the word with friends and family and through your own social media.
We hope you come on a Bookbug journey with us during Bookbug Week 2022. This year’s theme is Bookbug’s Big Journey and we’ve lots of choice for everyone. We’ll have messy play at Rothes Halls, a week of celebrations at Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries, some special nursery sessions with our fantastic Mobile Libraries team AND lots and lots of sessions to choose from, including “for one week only sessions” at Newport and Auchtermuchty. We hope to see you there! For more details click here.
All events are suitable for families with children aged 0-4. All events are FREE but booking is essential.
Love Lego? Then come along to our Lego drop-ins. They’re the perfect opportunity for everyone – families, children over 8 to adults over 80 – to have fun as they construct, create and chill out. These weekend sessions will take place at Kirkcaldy Galleries, Duloch, St Andrews, Buckhaven, Cadham and Jennie Lee libraries. Contact the venues for details.
There are also free Ways to Wellbeing scavenger hunt and activity packs available in all libraries.
Wellbeing for anyone on a menopause journey surely has to include laughter! And we’ve got you covered at our fun, laughter-filled cabaret night at Rothes Halls this May 13th. We’ve even got a free fan for everyone who comes along in case all that laughing or drinks from the bar bring on a flush!
This May, anyone from the Lochgelly area is invited along to the Lochgelly Centre during the week of 23-27 May to share stories of the town and surrounding area. We’ll have full day workshops on digital storytelling, film making and podcasting as well as drop-in sessions if you only have time for a short story!
6 Minutes To Calm!
just 6 minutes of reading each day has been shown to greatly improve mental health and general wellbeing.
This May 11th, pledge your 6 minutes of reading at www.keeptheheid.scot
and read your way to a better headspace during mental health week.
Walk ON combines walking and reading – you take part in a short health walk, and then relax with your fellow walkers with a chat about books. You don’t need to read any books in advance and anyone can take part – no matter their age or fitness level.
To find out more about these free sessions contact:
Cupar Library – 01334 659367 firstname.lastname@example.org
Duloch Library – 01383 602208 email@example.com
Rothes Halls Library – 01592 583387 firstname.lastname@example.org
As part of our new Cultural Wellbeing sessions for people living with dementia and their carers we have the fantastic Craig Gilbert coming along to Kirkcaldy Galleries on Tues 10th May between 2-3pm.He will be using art and mindfulness to help with relaxation and improve wellbeing. To find out more about these free monthly sessions and to book your place call 01592 583206 or email email@example.com.
(Supported by funding from The Life Changes Trust)
Enjoy taking time out to doodle! You’ll find lots more mindful content on our ONFife YouTube Channel in our Cultural Connections playlist
Craft Clubs in ONFife Libraries
It’s the craft activity you have been yarning for……..Crochet club is on at Kirkcaldy Galleries on 7th May and 21st May at 2pm.
Knitting group at Templehall library (more details to follow)