Events

Jõgevatreff

Palamuse tee 4, Kuremaa alevik, Jõgeva vald
29.07.2021

Motorcyclists meeting since 1992. We have bands on three nights, competitions, prizes, excursions onThursday and Friday to interesting places in Estonia (on your own bikes, organisers have arranged guides). You'll get additional info on the spot. In camp: beach by the lake (swimming at your own responsibility), saunas from 18.00 to 24.00, beer and food tents, bars, hiking goods sale, Wi-Fi, tire and oil change.

By |12 Jun 2020|Comments Off on Jõgevatreff

Suur Paunvere Exhibition and Fair

Köstri allee 4, Palamuse alevik, Palamuse vald
18.09.2021

The traditional Paunvere Fair offers everything from food and plants to handicrafts and clothing. There will be several cultural programmes, a barbeque competition, animal shows, and different activities for children. The most unique / biggest garden produce will be selected at a special show and guests wearing costumes will win prizes. If you want, you can admire the views of Palamuse and Vooremaa from a helicopter. * Palamuse O. Luts’s Parish School Museum, Palamuse Church, Palamuse Pharmacy, Palamuse Watermill, and Jõgeva County Tourist Information Centre will all be open.

By |15 Jun 2020|Comments Off on Suur Paunvere Exhibition and Fair

Garlic Festival

Lossi tänav, Kuremaa alevik, Jõgeva vald
20.08.2021

The 10th Garlic Festival will be held in Kuremaa, Jõgeva County. At the fair, Estonian crafts and food will be sold, as well as different garlic-themed products. There will also be an exciting culture programme and workshops. The Garlic Festival offers something for the young and the old, mothers and fathers, grandmothers and grandfathers!

By |15 Jun 2020|Comments Off on Garlic Festival

Peipsi Food Street 175 km

Mustvee linn, Mustvee vald
21.08.2021

The third Peipsi Food Street 175 km will take place from 22nd to 23rd of August from Vasknarva to Saabolda. Pop-up restaurants will be opened on a road that is 175 km long in total. The restaurants offer dishes and drinks made only from the fresh local raw ingredients. The festival features local restaurants as well as  pop-up restaurants from all over Estonia. Peipsi food comes from the local lakes, forests, fields, bogs, and marshes. It is diverse and full of different cultures, traditional but also new. The main value is the people who bring the food to the table.

By |15 Jun 2020|Comments Off on Peipsi Food Street 175 km

Night of Museums

20.05.2021

Once a year, normally on a Saturday evening in May but now in 2020 on the last weekend in August, Estonian museums and other exciting places across the whole country will open their doors for visitors, celebrating the Night of Museums. Museums, galleries, nature centres, etc, will be open for free offering special programmes, free tours, workshops - and in many cases, access to spots in the museums which you cannot see on a regular day. In this Year the Museum Night will take place under an umbrella theme of "Time in the Night". You are all welcome to the biggest [...]

By |01 Mar 2021|Comments Off on Night of Museums
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