Every year, around 10th of November, Estonians celebrate St. Martin's Day with a colourful Fair. The largest handicraft and folk lifestyle event is organised by the Estonian Folk Art and the Craft Union. The event dates back to 1997 when it was first started as an exhibition of handicrafts. Nowadays you can visit many workshops for adults and specialised workshops for kids as well. Book presentations are also quite popular. And, of course, everyone can taste traditional Estonian food as well as to listen to different folk music. This is the best way to learn a lot about Estonia's history and culture.