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Valters Puce & Dainis Tenis concert on July 21

On July 21 at 7.30 PM the musically intense and bright members of the Latvian group DAGAMBA will perform on the stage of Kalnciema Quarter with a musical program - classical music "Without electricity!". Cellist Valters Pūce and pianist Dainis Tenis will offer an evening with hits of classical and popular music, cello and piano. This time, with their concert program, the musicians return to the or...

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Latvian voices concert on July 28

On July 28 at 7.30 PM in the Kalnciema Quarter Latvian Voices a cappella concert show that the human voice can replace almost any musical instrument. The singers will perform popular music melodies recognized in the world and in Latvia. A significant part of the concert is also the Latvian folk music arrangements made by the members of the group, which this time will sound in the mood of jazz and ...

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Wine shop&cafe working hours

On June 25 and 26 Wine shop&cafe will be closed, we will be open again from June 27 from 10 AM to 10 PM.

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Līgo market on June 17-20

This year in Kalnciema Quarter we will celebrate Līgo for four days - from June 17 to 20! At the market farmers and craftsmen will delight with local goods and at the same time we will enjoy street food with alternative Līgo menu! On Wednesday, Thursday, Friday Līgo market will happen from 12 PM to 8 PM, but on Saturday - as usual - at from 10 AM to 4 PM.

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Exhibition “Missing Children” by Estere Zemite

From May 28 to June 13 Estere Zemite's solo exhibition “Missing Children” will be at the Kalnciema Quarter gallery. Estere Zemite is a painter and social worker, graduated from the Painting Department of the Latvian Academy of Arts in 1997 with a master's degree in art, and the School of Social Work "Attistība" in 2003 with a master's degree in social work. Estere's solo exhibitions have taken pla...

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