The week is coming to an end and the weekend is knocking on the door. What will be the free days this time? First of all, they will be carried on the St. Martin’s Day wave, because today the St. Martin’s Markets will start on Horní and Dolní náměstí, and the omnipresent smell of baked geese will waft through the restaurants. But there will be much more! See what the weekend will bring…
Where to the goose?
Crispy crust, variations of dumplings, juicy cabbage and an irresistible aroma that will certainly not leave you cold – this is exactly what St. Martin’s feasts look like in Olomouc. Roasted goose on St. Martin’s Day is a Czech tradition that is worth it. Where can you go for a goose party? Check out the list of restaurants where you can enjoy this Czech delicacy.
On Friday afternoon, you can go to the Metropol cinema with your children, where they will visit again after a long time Miša Růžičková. A song program interwoven with a story awaits you, which will take you on a journey of adventure. The show is suitable for children aged 2 and over and starts at 5pm.
In the church of the Czech Evangelical Church in Blahoslavova street, a concert will take place from 6 p.m., at which he will sit down at the piano Daniel Jun and plays the viola Jiří Kabat. Music by Antonín Dvořák, Robert Schumann, George Gershwin and others will be heard.
Just half an hour later, Lea Vítková invites all music fans to the Archdiocesan Museum, and this time it will be a concert called Soprano from Baroque to Romanticism.
On Friday evening, there will be no need for a completely different repertoire either. Dreamy tones, neon lights, energetic performances and a unique atmosphere await you at the Jazz Tibet Club from 8 p.m. That’s exactly what he’ll bring here Aikoa Japanese singer who grew up in the Czech Republic.
And there is also a regular Friday concert at the Bounty Rock Cafe. This time he will perform here from 8 p.m Steam Lucy – a band whose repertoire mainly consists of compositions by the band Lucie.
On Saturday, and this time also on Sunday, you can look forward to your favorites again Shantov markets, where you can buy vegetables, fruit, cheeses or sausages from local farmers in front of the shopping center, as well as other interesting assortments. The markets will take place in Šantovka from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
During Saturday, one of the largest charity events in the Republic will also take place – Food collection. People can buy food and drugstores for the needy in several supermarkets and drugstores in Olomouc. You can read all the details about the collection here →
Art Rubikon will be prepared for children thematically creative morning, this time on the topic of November deception. Children create not only natural scenery with animals. These can be conjured up in interesting creations even from ordinary colored paper.-