KIDS can get involved in the fun at Outwith Festival with a range of events aimed at young people.

There will be opportunities tomorrow (Friday) to have a go at soap sculpture and zine making workshops.

The soap sculpture sessions are for those aged 10 and over and will be held at Fire Station Creative at 12.30pm.

It will be led by Katie Strachan and take inspiration from artist Barbara Hepworth to create abstract models.

The Zine Machine workshop is open to all ages and will take place at Dunfermline Carnegie Library and Galleries (DCLG) from 2.30pm.

You can get involved and make your own zine, with all materials provided, inspired by the Kingdom Come 1977-1979 exhibition which is running in the gallery throughout the festival.

On Saturday there will be a family-friendly screening of Mulan at the Andrew Carnegie Birthplace Museum from 9am.

Parents can enjoy coffee and snacks from the cafe while taking in the film.

Saturday also features the Dead Creative fun in the Dunfermline Abbey churchyard with a whole host of geological, historical and archaeological things to discover and do.

There are also still spaces left for the baby signing class at DCLG at 12pm.

The session will suit babies up to two-years-old and will provide a mix of useful signs, such as ‘milk’ and ‘food’.

In the afternoon young people can get involved with a free come-and-try instrument drop-in event at the library.

All ages are welcome and it will run between 1pm and 4pm in the Queen Margaret room.

In the evening there will also be the Under 18 Singer Songwriter Showcase at Andrew Carnegie Birthplace Museum.

On the final day of the festival, Sunday, there will be a second early morning children's cinema event.

Also held at the birthplace museum from 9am, the film this time will be Baby’s Day Out.

There will still be plenty for kids to get involved in, with sold-out sensory bubble and drawing events but still space to get involved with comic strip making at Fire Station Creative.

Throughout the day families can also join the Woodland Experience sessions in the Glen for nature-based storytelling, games, foraging and other activities.

More information and tickets can be found on the website.