Don`t miss this! A big Kristiine spring fair and Venetian Carnival! On Saturday!

On Saturday, 27th of May, traditional Kristiine spring fair will be opened at 10:00 in Lowenruh Park. Also a cultural program starts at 13:00 there. It is the famous for the whole city Venetian Carnival.

The spring fair will run in Lowenruh Park at Kristiine district from 10:00 till 16:00. Organic products, garden supplies, hand-made things and other varied goods will be sold at the fair. Different meals points will offer their dishes. The organizer of the event is the district council of Kristiine.

"Kristiine spring fair has become a good tradition for both sellers and our residents," said Kristiine district elder Vadim Belobrovtsev, - the spring fair is also notable for the fact that this is the first major event at Kristiine from the long series of various events that will be held in our area during the entire summer season."

Also in the Lowenruh Park there will be Venetian Carnival, from 13:00 till 17:00. It's about a big entertainment event, which is known to the whole capital, and in which representatives of Tallinn, Petersburg and even Minsk will take part. At the carnival, you will be able to see different performances, listen to the music and, of course, to see the magnificent Venetian carnival costumes that will participate in a special competitive program.

"For the second year we have been carried out these two events - the fair and carnival together, and last year showed that they perfectly complement each other. From history, we all remember that trade and Venice are inseparable from time immemorial," - said Vadim Belobrovtsev, - I invite all people into Lowenruh Park on Saturday, to take part in a wonderful event for the whole family. Special attention should be paid to carnival costumes. And, of course, as well as at all events arranged by Kristiine board, the entrance for all residents and guests of the district is free. "

During the summer, the district council of Kristiine organizes a number of other events in Lowenruh Park, from which it is possible to single out summer evening concerts in the open air, children's parties, Food Festival, the feast of the Ivan (Kupala/Midsummer) night, the autumn fair.

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