A number of events for both children and grown-ups will be provided by the Ethnographic Open-Air Museum of Etar on the occasion of St. George's Day. In the unique Bulgarian architectural reserve, you can learn to decorate and decorate ritual bread.
By April 30th, all enthusiasts can participate in the traditional Etar Open Ethnographic Museum Contest for the production of scarecrows. In the competition can take part both individual participants and groups. All scarecrows must be made of natural materials such as wood, straw, clay, textiles
One of the most interesting exhibitions for traditional craftsmen and handmade masterpieces starts on September 6th in Etara near Gabrovo. Until 9 September, you will be able to explore unique works from around the world and learn more about the technology they are made.
Various events will mark the feast of the herbs Enyovden in Etar Architectural and Ethnographic Complex near Gabrovo. Amongst the most attractive is a racing with water yokes, which will take place on 23 June at 1 pm. For the fastest and most skilful participants,
By February 15th, any child or young person under the age of 18 years will be eligible to participate in the competition of the Open-air Ethnography Museum Etara for making „gaitan” martenitsi (typical handmade adornments carried at the beginning of the spring).
Anyone who wants to learn how to process fur and make trade products from it can submit documents by March 10 and become part of the training of ethnographic complex Etara near Gabrovo.
Iconographers from all over the world will show their art and compete with each other in Etara during the International Fair of Traditional Crafts. The event will be held from 2 to 6 September