And this year’s Family Funday has an added twist as organisers North Glenrothes Community Council incorporate a special celebration of the town’s 70th birthday.
Community councillor Denise Wallace said this year’s event will be bigger and more wide-ranging than ever.
She said: “We are delighted to be joined by the Kingdom FM Roadshow Centre. There will be free face painting, balloon sedgeway rides for the youngsters as well as a wealth of stalls, attractions and, of course, the usual inflatables and fair rides.
“Add to that a laser clay pigeon shooting and a Peachy Keen cycle balloon challenge all afternoon to specially celebrate the 70th birthday of Glenrothes, it makes for a great event.
Those attending are also urged to bring donations for the Glenrothes Foodbank who will have a stall and a tombola.
The event, one of the town’s biggest summer attractions takes place in Gilvenbank park on Saturday, June 2 from noon through to 4pm.