Estonian Folk Art and Craft Union

St. Martin's Day Fair

 

St Martin’s Day Fair is Estonia’s largest handicraft and folkloristic lifestyle event!

Estonia’s best handicraft items are presented and sold at the fair, specialist workshops for handicraft lovers and crafts activities for children are organised. Demonstrations of handicraft products and presentations of new books take place. Visitors can eat Estonian traditional food and listen to various folk music groups.

 St. Martin’s Day Fair always takes place during the weekend closest to St. Martin’s Day (10 November) from Thursday to Sunday. The event culminates with a special Friday evening programme- the Handicraft Night.

 

Welcome to St. Martin’s Day Fair!

 

16-19 November 2017

Tallinn, Saku Suurhall
(Paldiski mnt. 104B, Tallinn)


Opening hours

Thursday 12-19
Friday 10-21 (Handicraft night 18-21)
Saturday 10-19
Sunday 10-16
 
Tickets
 
Students,elderly  3 EUR
Ticket 5 EUR
Family ticket 9 EUR
Groups 4 EUR(at least 24 persons)
 

Additional information:
info@folkart.ee
phone nr 00 372 6604 772


These bags are made of recycled materials by homeless people or peole with coping difficulties, living in Tallinn Social Work Centre’s social housing units. This is their way of giving a little contribution to society. Tallinn Social Work Centre is administered by Tallinn Social Welfare and Health Care Department and its mission is to raise Tallinn’s citizens’ quality of life through providing and developing first-rate social services. 

Masters in St Martin´s Day Fair will use those bags for packing their products.