The St. Martin's Day Fair marks a national folk tradition and dates back to 1997. What started out as an exhibition of handicraft has long since become a major event in folk culture and one of the most important undertakings of the Estonian Folk Art and Craft Union. Not only is it possible to buy and sell handicrafts at the fair, but you can also talk to the craftsmen themselves and share your own experiences. Together, everyone at the fair revives old St. Martin's Day traditions, and put on workshops where you are sure to learn a thing or two and get some good advice. There are also workshops for children.
10.11 - 13.11.2016, 12:00 - 16:00