The culture evening focuses on Germany and Poland
The third event in the series is titled “Christmas” and it will introduce the variegated Christmas traditions in Germany and Poland. The event will take place in the Tartu Nature House, at Lille 10, Tartu on 3 December at 19:00 and is hosted by the UT staff and students from Germany and Poland together with UT Personnel Office and Tartu Nature House. You will get a chance to learn interesting things about German and Polish christmas customs and traditions. You will be offered some traditional German and Polish dishes and drinks. The event will also include word spelling contest, baking Polish gingerbread and German Stutenkerl, to try out Polish dances and take part of Quiz. Visit of Nikolaus and Ruprecht is also part of the evening.
- Intro to Germany, Poland and Silesia
- Word spelling contest
- Quiz – is the picture, beer etc. from Estonia, from Germany or from Poland?
- Visit of Nikolaus and Ruprecht
- Christmas carols from Estonia, Germany, Poland
- Polish Dancing
- German and Polish food and drinks
Christmas tree decoration;
Polish gingerbread baking and decoration;
Baking German “Stutenkerl”: Sweet yeast bakings with raisins and clay pipe, in shape of a little man.
Everybody is welcome, regardless of age! Seminar will be held in English, explanations in Estonian will also be provided. The event is free for kids under the age 10 and costs 5 euros for others. For registration please follow the link. As the number of seats is limited, we kindly request you to transfer participation fee and register as early as possible. The deadline for registration is 1 December. For any further information please contact, Sirli Urbas (sirli.urbas [ät] ut.ee).
Beneficiary name: Tartu Keskkonnahariduse Keskus Konto/account: Swedbank EE502200221019407978 Payment description: the name of the participant + the culture evening of 1 December.