MSPs will descend on Dunfermline as the Scottish Parliament tours the country.
Holyrood is heading over the Firth of the Forth to Fife as part of a drive to make the parliament more accessible to the population it serves.
Education secretary Angela Constance, is to be held to task over the Scottish Government’s plans to boost the performance of deprived children when the education and culture committee meets in the City Chambers on Monday December 7.
The committee’s job is to scrutinise and improve proposed laws put forward by the Scottish Government.
Cara Hilton the Labour MSP for Dunfermline, said: “For too many people the work of the Scottish Parliament can seem distant and disconnected to their daily lives.
“By bringing the parliament to the people, it will demonstrate that the work it does is relevant and that ordinary people people like you can get involved.”
Lifelong Fife resident Tricia Marwick, the Presiding Officer, will also be holding a series of events in the area.
The public will also get to meet MSPs and parliament staff at a free half-day event called Your Scottish Parliament.
It takes place on Saturday December 5, at the Carnegie Conference Centre. Details will be on the parliament’s website.