Klaipėda city municipality is looking for partners to apply for Nordic-Baltic Mobility and Network Programme for Public Administration https://www.nb8grants.org/
We are looking for partners from Nordic countries for good practice exchange in the field of digitalization of maintenance of municipality owned buildings using innovative IT tools.
Dead line of the call – 30 March.
Night Run Estonia is the most distinguished running event in the Baltic region. A running festival which focuses on the experience itself and simply exercising, not the result.
The aim of the series is to promote regular physical exercise in the Viru County region and provide motivational opportunities for this.
It is possible to register separately for each event or as part of the series.
The festival takes place every July in the castle park and centre of Viljandi. It is the strongest expression of a special mindset originating from the early 1990s. This mindset values tradition, heritage, and a local identity and tries to adapt the spiritual values collected over hundreds and thousands of years with the modern way of living – all of this to keep the traditions alive and thereby strengthen our national characteristics.
Viljandi Folk Music Festival has become one of the largest festivals of this kind in the Baltic and Nordic countries over the years.
Viljandi Old Music Festival is the oldest such festival in Estonia. It first took place in 1982 and has been combining the beauty of the ancient town with centuries-old music ever since. Performers over the years have included Paolo Pandolfo, Jane Gingell, Trio Mediaeval, Egidius Quartet, Conrad Steinmann, Paul Hillier, the Eric Ericson Chamber Choir, Tõnu Kaljuste, Andres Mustonen and Hortus Musicus.
Viljandi is an ancient town full of youthful vigour. If today Viljandi can be called the export capital of Estonia due to the numerous innovative companies located here, then in the Middle Ages, the city was the centre of activity due to the trade route that passed through the city. Viljandi Hanseatic Days take place annually in order to commemorate the golden age of Viljandi. In early summer, this small town gives itself over to medieval customs and looks back on how the membership of the Hanseatic League brought riches and bold ideas to the town over the course of time.
International Puppet Theatre Festival 'Theatre in a Suitcase' offers memorable theatrical experiences and a creative atmosphere. The programme of the festival follows established traditions: shows at Viljandi Puppet Theatre and other cultural venues of the city, followed by discussions led by stage directors. At the end of each day, the Surprise Act of the Day is nominated by the audiences, and experiences are shared in master classes. Viljandi Old Town hosts a Puppet Theatre Fair.