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Saturday, 24th June  -  Lower Square HANDCRAFT WORKSHOPS AND GAMES

   

10.00 – 18.00

Lower Square

 

HANDICRAFT WORKSHOP: PUŠTAL FROGS

Making paper frogs - with which participants can also compete - and frogs from cardboard rolls, felt, beads and pebbles.

 

Ana Bassin, Anja Fabiani, Agata Trojar, Agata Pavlovec

   

11.00 – 13.00

Lower Square

handicraft workshop: SINGING FROGS

Making simple frog-shaped musical instruments which can also be played.

 

Branka Štrekelj

16.00 – 18.00

Lower Square

HANDICRAFT WORKSHOP: frogs return to Puštal

We will walk through Lower Square with cardboard frogs and use them as templates to draw frogs on the ground of the square so it will be full of them. We will also use cardboard boxes to build a bridge which the frogs will cross.

 

Anja Fabiani, Agata Pavlovec

SMALL STAGE IN LOWER SQUARE

11.00 – 11.15

Small stage in Lower Square

TRATA CHILDREN'S FOLKLORE GROUP

 

 

mentored by Marjanca Trilar in Eda Berginc 

11.15 – 11.30

Small stage in Lower Square

Škofja Loka TOWN PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN'S FOLKLORE GROUP

 

 

OŠ Škofja Loka – Mesto, mentored by Špela Oblak 

11.30 – 12.00

Small stage in Lower Square

DramatiSATION of the story of the devil's footbridge

 

 

OŠ Škofja Loka – Mesto, mentored by Kristina Strnad 

12.00 – 12.30

Small stage in Lower Square

TALES AND PICTURES: Puštal FROGS AND TALES OF BRIDGES

Fairytale teller Agata Trojar will charm listeners with tales and pictures with little Kamisibaj - a special technique for telling fairytales. A small tabletop stage is used to tell tales using pictures which are alternated in windows. In Japan it has been used since the 14th century. Agata Trojar will present the tale of Puštal frogs and other tales from the stone bridge alongside illustrations by Agata Pavlovec.

 

Sower Art (Sejalec umetnosti) Cultural Association, Agata Trojar 

12.30 – 13.00

Small stage in Lower Square

STAGE PERFORMANCE BY THE NOREIA MUSIC GROUP, Lower Square

Noreia is a four member group of experienced young musicians who play traditional Irish, Scottish and Breton songs, though not always in an entirely traditional way. The group's repertoire includes lively instrumental tracks as well as calm and somewhat dreamy ballads. The combination of Irish exuberance and Celtic dreaminess certainly won't disappoint!

Noreia's musicians are:
- Anej Ivanuša: Irish whistle, gaelic bagpipes, wooden flute, vocals
- Gašper Šinkovec: acoustic guitar, vocals
- Ana Novak: violin
- Stanči Škarja: contrabass

 

Noreia 

13.00 – 13.30

Small stage in Lower Square

HISTORIC DANCES WITH THE LONCA DANCE GROUP

The Lonca Cultural Association brings together lovers of historic dance and music. The group, which is made up of a mixture of the young and young-at-heart, works under the artistic leadership of Irena Bevk and Gregor Krajnik. Through their performances the dancers aim to re-awaken and present European dance culture from bygone centuries. Their current repertoire leans especially towards some of the most preserved parts of dance that originated in the Renaissance period. The Lonca Dance Group has already performed in many places throughout Slovenia and abroad.

 

Lonca Cultural Association 

13.30 – 14.00

Small stage in Lower Square

HISTORIC GROUP 'TABORŠTI KUPCI' FROM THE TWINNED TOWN OF TABOR

Members of the group 'Taboršti kupci', which was formed in 1999, will perform a spectacle of flag throwing and swordplay. As is evident from the group's name, it comes from Tabor in Southern Bohemia.

 

Tabor – Taboršti kupci 

   

15.30 – 16.00

Small stage in Lower Square

HISTORIC DANCES BY THE KNIGHTLY ORDER OF GEORGE AND WOLF ENGELBERT VON TURJAK

Seisenbergensis Tumultus, otherwise known as The Knightly Order of George and Wolf Von Engelbert of Turjak from Žužemberk Castle, has been performing since 1999 under the auspices of the Suha Krajina Tourist Association of Žužemberk, from the time when Medieval Day at Turjak Castle was attended by the first knights – George von Turjak and Erasmus von Soteska. In July 1999 the recreated Medieval Days took place at Žužemberk Castle when knights Andrej Šumberški and George Šumberški joined the order. In the year 2000 the order equipped itself with weapons and bows, and it was joined by a number of enthusiasts of the Middle Ages. The recreated Knightly Order started to attend various other medieval festivals at Slovenian castles and in towns. In 2004, under the leadership of Andrej Šumberški, the order improved their performances through the performing of medieval and renaissance dances. Medieval Day at Žužemberk Castle has gained a reputation and become more well-known in the wider Slovenian area and today it is one of the major tourist events held each year in mid-July.

The Knightly Order conveys the heritage of the Žužemberk Turjačani around Slovenia and abroad, and on Saturdays and Sundays in Žužemberk Castle, attractive receptions for groups are organised (upon prior arrangement).

 

Suha Krajina Tourist Association from Žužemberk

 

PARTICIPANTS 

Bar Freising
Flora Florists, Anica Pralica
Rovtar's Associationn
Tadeja Hair Salon
Katalena
Ivan Tavčar Library Škofja Loka
Lonca Cultural Association
Sejalec Arts Cultural Societyn
KUD Ključ Trg - Ozalj (Croatia)
Town Farmacy
Loka Museum
Loka Stage
Noreia
The Municipality of Škofja Loka
Cvetka Golarja Primary School
Ivan Groharj Primary School
Škofja Loka Town Primary School
Sotočje Educational Society Škofja Loka
Kompliment Restaurantn
Kašča Restaurant
DUO Arts and Crafts Centre Škofja Loka 
Sokolski dom House
Škofja Loka Tourist Associationn
Železniki Tourist Association
Czech Historical Group Taboršti Kupci
Lontrg wine bar
Knights of the Order of George and Wolf Engelberta Von Turjak
Škofja Loka Nursery School
Prevhub Institute
Škofja Loka Association of Artists
Škofja Loka Parish

 

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