Feb. 22 's 24 's 19:00
Who says real men can't dance? The existence of Tap Dogs will set any doubters straight. Clad in boots, jeans and flannel shirts, the six young guys who pound their way through this Australian dance phenomenon are meant to appear as male and mate as they come. Don't miss your chance to catch Tap Dogs on stage during their performances in Tallinn's Linnahall.
More info: www.linnahall.ee
Tallinn Linnahall, Mere pst. 20
THE WORKING DAY
Daina Rinke's soloÂ exhibition "The Working Day" not only illuminates the talent of one of the most original Latvian artists, whose style greatly influenced the development of art in Latvia during the 1970s and 80s, but alsoÂ gives an insight into the pages of Latvian art history, offeringÂ an opportunity to become more familiar with the Latvian National Museum of Art's unique collection.
Exhibition will be on display until March 11.
More info: www.vmm.lv
March 2 's 4
Following a time honored tradition, the Kaziukas folk crafts fair will be making its annual return to Vilnius' Old Town, where it typically attracts thousands of locals and visitors. With origins in the early 17th century, the three-day fair honors St. Casimir, the patron saint of Lithuania. It also marks the end of winter and the beginning of spring. Expect traditional palms made of dried flowers and herbs, as well as decorated, heart-shaped honey cookies. Festivities usually start at 11 a.m. and go on till the late evening.
More info: www.eb.lt