Cupar’s Celebration Weekend 2021 combines a whole host of events and activities that will run throughout the weekend of Friday 17th to Sunday 19th September. This Blog will be updated as we go, so will be the ‘go to’ resource for anyone looking to visit and take part in any of the celebrations.
As we countdown to the weekend, there are other events that will help build towards what promises to be a fantastic showcase for the town …
And then Cupar’s weekend of celebrations …
The launch of the Cupar Food & Drink Trail – the first of a series of trails that will help to promote food & drink businesses and organisations across our area. The Cupar Trail will highlight those businesses in the town – from bakers, bars and bistros to cafes and coffee shops, from pubs and restaurants to takeaways.
More will be announced as we tick towards the weekend – and CuparNow will be producing a leaflet that will carry more information on the food & drink offering – for the weekend and beyond. If you run a food & drink businesses and want to be involved, get in touch now via this link.
Please be aware that Crossgate will be closed to cars between the Cross and Kirk Wynd from 0900-1400.
The Fife Farmers’ Market – 0900-1300: Cupar Heritage, Cupar Development Trust and Fife Family’s History Society will all be attending – the Society will be encouraging people to come along and ask their ‘experts’ about their Fife Family History and Cupar Development Trust will be on hand with a display on Inner Court in association with Kingdom Housing.
Cupar’s Children’s Day – 1000-1830: an array of events and activities will be delivered throughout the day and into the evening as a celebration of and for Cupar’s children, all based around the town’s medieval history …
C In The Park – 1100-2300: the organisers have billed this as “a big party in the Haugh Park Bandstand in Cupar” – and that’s what they have lined up!
Live bands with DJ sets to fill the day – and all with free entry!
All the fun of the fair continues in Haugh Park – and families are invited to take their time to visit and explore all that Cupar has to offer – from the town’s cafes, pubs and restaurants to the walks around the town including those that take in the new interpretive signage launched in 2020, telling the story of Cupar’s past and present.View all events