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21
Oct
21 Oct
Fluffy tail Squirrel`s Day
Already on October 21, we are waiting for you on Ligatne Nature Trails, where the "Fluffy tail Squirrel's Day" will take place. Here you will be waiting for the games and creative workshops from 12:00 to 15:00 and all the acts about and around the squirrels. Bored will be neither big nor small. Is your surname Squirrel? Then the entrance is free.
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04
Nov
04 Nov
Martindiena celebration and fair "Savour the Flavour at Valmiermuiža"
Mārtiņi is celebrated to mark the approaching winter, when days are becoming shorter, but nights – longer. Everything by now must be harvested and it’s time to serve it on the table.
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06
Nov
06 Nov - 12 Nov
Sigulda Restaurant Week
As part of Sigulda Restaurant Week, guests are invited to enjoy three-course meals from a selection of nine restaurants in Sigulda and the surrounding area. Each restaurant will offer meal sets for two prices – 15 and 20 euros.
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11
Nov
11 Nov
Martindiena celebration
Mārtiņdiena – celebration according to national tradition is marking the end of autumn and the beginning of winter. Different traditional activities are being held during the celebration.
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09
Dec
09 Dec
Christmas fair in Valmiera
The Christmas fair in Valmiera is a traditional event attracting guests with wonderful scents, flavours and visual enjoyment from far and wide.
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10
Dec
10 Dec
Christmas Tree Lighting
On 10th of December, at 17:00, Christmas Tree in train station square will be lit.
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16
Dec
16 Dec
Winter Solstice and fair "Savour the Flavour at Valmiermuiža"
During the Winter Solstice local craftsmen from far and wide will gather in Valmiermuiža to offer real countryside goods to the visitors of the fair. Since ancient times Latvians have set up richly served tables to celebrate Winter Solstice.
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31
Dec
31 Dec
New Year's Eve Celebration
At Sigulda train station square New Year's Eve fireworks will take place. Eveyone will be welcomed to enjoy mulled wine and cake.
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