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Social entrepreneurship market on August 24

Together with the Social Entrepreneurship Association of Latvia it has become a great tradition to organize the Social Entrepreneurship Market in Kalnciema Quarter. This year it will be held on August 124 from 10 AM to 4 PM, bringing together different social entrepreneurs and their products or services.

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Street Food Festival on August 21

Every Wednesday at 6-11 PM more than 15 Riga restaurants and stalls meet at the Street Food Festival in Kalnciema Quarter. This year we pay special attention to sustainability and reduction of food waste, as well as introducing to you small, authentic Riga's restaurants. At Street Food, you can not only get to know a various food cultures, but also hear different styles of music, meet new friends,...

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Country concert with Sestā Jūdze on August 22

On August 22nd in Kalnciema Quarter we will have a country concert of the legendary Latvian music group "Sestā Jūdze". Starting at 7 PM visitors are welcome to the line dance lineup with Iveta Kalniņa. Free entrance.

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Open-air concert on August 29

On Thursday, August 29, the energetic group of actors and directors "Regīna" will delight visitors of Kalnciema Quarter. As part of the evening's introduction, Elīna Silova, with musicians Rūdolfs Macats and Ivars Arutjunjans, will invite listeners on an exciting folk-pop tour. Entrance from 7pm, free.

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Exhibition "Outskirts of Intimacy"

From August 9th till September 5th exhibition "Outskirts of Intimacy" will be happening at Kalnciema Quarter gallery, as a part of the international graphics festival ‘’Printmaking IN’. The festival's theme is inspired by the verse ”Love has no outskirts” by the Latvian poet Jānis Rokpelnis. The aim of the festival is to find the centre of ourselves, our sensitivity and our intimacy, to remind us ...

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