METHIL Heritage Centre is hosting a series of events to complement its current ‘Walk In My Shoes’ exhibition, which is designed to promote the link between creativity, positive mental health and wellbeing.
The display is part of the Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival 2012 and will see Fife writers and artists explore questions such as ‘what is it like to be you?’ and ‘what makes you tick?’
‘Walk in My Shoes’ gives people the opportunity to share their experiences, increase understanding of others and promote a positive sense of self-identity.
A free workshop has been organised to complement the exhibition with advance booking necessary for it.
On Saturday, November 10, musician Gifford Lind will perform ‘Songs of Life in Methil Shoes’.
To book your place, phone Methil Library on 01334 659374.
Children under eight must be accompanied by an adult.