"Winter Flame": Sunday Kesklinn and Kristiine will hold a joint fire show

On Sunday, January 28, the elders of Kesklinn and Kristiine will light the spruce sculptures, and a holiday under the name "Winter Flame" will begin, according to a joint press release issued by the authorities of the two districts.

"Between the Suur and Väike streets at the children's stadium on January 28, at 18:00, we will light the sculptures made up of Christmas trees of Kesklinn and Kristiine districts," - said the elder of the Kesklinn district Vladimir Svet.

Heart-shaped sculptures will mark the jubilee year of Estonia. These works of art will be prepared by the artist-sculptor Põvvat Kama in cooperation with the NGO Valgusfestival and members of the Tallinn squad Kaitseliit. The show promises to give only good impressions: the program includes performances of the Drumlab drummers from Viljandi and show of Kelfirius.

According to elder of Kristiine Jaanus Riibe, thanks to the cooperation of the two regions, a magnificent and spectacular show is expected. "The holiday on which we burn Christmas trees has become a big and important tradition that unites people of different ages and generations, but this time the event will take place at a special place, which will surely give interesting impressions to the audience," - Riibe said.

He urged residents of the city to leave the car at home and come to the holiday on foot or come by public transport so that in the area of ​​the holiday there are no traffic jams and the event is successful. The holiday is free and organized for all members of the family.

The collection of Christmas trees will last until this Friday (till January 26) at five places: at the parking lot of the shopping center Nautica at Ahtri, 9, at the Imanta site, which is located at the intersection of Liivalaia and Juhkentali streets, under a viaduct on Pärnu highway, at the parking lot of café Vesivärava and Kadriorg Stadium, in the parking lot at Väike-Rannavjärva, 6. Christmas trees can also be given for free at the Tallinn waste reception station.

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