Estonian culture workshop at Lahemaa Heritage House

11.06.2021   11:30
Lahemaa pärimuskoda (Harjumaa, Kuusalu vald, Uuri küla)

June’s Estonian culture workshop will be taking place at Lahemaa Heritage House and on long-established Iisaka Farm.  

We’ll learn about the history of the farm, Estonian folk handicrafts and the wedding traditions and national costumes worn in Kuusalu. 

We’ll try our hand at braiding and raise our voices in song! There will also be a refreshment break.  

Showcasing Estonian culture for us will be the head of Lahemaa Heritage House, Liis Burk MA, who is a handicrafts expert and the director of development for the Estonian Folk Art and Craft Union. In addition to handicrafts, she works tirelessly to promote and arrange Estonian folk weddings. 

  • When: 11 June 2021 (departure at 11:30 from in front of the Estonian Language Centre in Tallinn at Rävala pst 5, returning at 16:15)  
  • Min. language level recommended: A2 
  • Max. number of participants: 25  
  • Registration: https://forms.gle/i4jdouqwVd63UDCKA

 

The excursion and language practice are free of charge for participants. All activities are designed for adult learners and are conducted in Estonian. The farm produces beautiful handicrafts for purchase made from wool from its own sheep.  

All events of the Estonian language house are intended for adults and take place in Estonian! 

 Note: All of the restrictions enacted in Estonia to safeguard people’s health are being taken into account in the organisation and running of the event. Disinfection products will be provided and the bus will have a max. capacity of 50%. Please bring masks with you to ensure safety. Before getting on the bus you must take a mandatory saliva-based rapid test for COVID-19, all equipment and instructions for which will be provided by the organiser. 

  

Additional information:

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