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Christmas markets in Kalnciema quarter

From November 26, on Saturdays and Sundays, the annual Christmas market market will be held in Kalnciema quarter! There is always a special festive mood at the Kalnciema quarter Christmas market - we invite you to take a holiday stroll through the renovated 19th century market. in the yard of the wooden houses, choose special Christmas gifts from local homemakers and fashion brands, talk to mercha...

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Application for Christmas markets

Tradors are invited to apply for the Kalnciema Quarter Christmas market!Christmas market in Kalnciema Quarter will happen from November 26 to December 31 every Saturday and SUNDAY from 10 AM to 4 PM. The application is submitted by sending an e-mail with the product offer to tirgus@kalnciemakvartals.lv and by specifying the dates for participation or by completing the application form: http://www....

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Paula Stutiņa's solo exhibition "notes"

From November 2 to 22, Paula Stutiņa's solo exhibition "notes" will take place in the Kalnciema quarter gallery. The opening of the exhibition will be on November 2 at 6PM.Free entrance.Gallery working hours:Monday to Friday 10AM-6PMSaturdays 10AM-4PMOn Sundays gallery is closed

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Kalnciema quarter market on Saturdays

On Saturdays from 10AM to 4PM at Kalnciema quarter's market you will find Latvian farmer and home producer's products!  In the creative workshops, the youngest visitors will have the opportunity to develop their skills together with masters of various fields. There is also an on-site wine shop & café, and guests are invited to enjoy a meal and a drink in the apple orchard.

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Martin's day market at Kalnciema quarter on November 5

On November 5 from 10AM to 4PM at Kalnciema quarter, the Martin's Day market will take place, where market farmers and will have prepared traditional holiday meals - goose, turkey, various pies, honey, wholemeal bread and other rural goods.

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