100th birthday in Estonia

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One hundred days until one hundred : dancers turn an hourglass on Freedom Square

One hundred days until one hundred : dancers turn an hourglass on Freedom Square

“On 16 November, exactly one hundred days will remain until Estonia’s centenary. As this is our common celebration, folk dancers want to spark the people of Estonia with anticipation and good spirits for the upcoming birthday by performing a small piece,” Kadri Tiis, member of the management board of the Estonian Folk Dance and Folk Music Association said.

During the event, more than 500 folk dancers will dance on Freedom Square to form an outline of a one-hundred-year hourglass. “Since the country will soon turn one hundred years old, we will try to turn the hourglass formed of dancers so that it will start counting down the next one hundred years,” Tiis said.

More than 500 folk dancers from across Estonia will be participating in turning the one-hundred-year hourglass. The event was choreographed and directed by Rauno Zubko.

The turning of the one-hundred-year hourglass will take place at 6 p.m. on 16 November on Freedom Square in Tallinn.

The performance is organised by the Estonian Folk Dance and Folk Music Association and the Organising Committee of Estonia 100.

2018 marks one hundred years since the founding of the Republic of Estonia. For more information about preparations and events please visit: www.ev100.ee.

In 2018, Estonia celebrates its 100th birthday

Estonia wishes to share its birthday with you in Estonia and abroad. The programme includes best parts of Estonian culture, IT, science and enterprises.

Celebrations will kick off in April 2017 to mark a century since Estonia’s administrative borders took their current form, will continue throughout 2018 and 2019, and come to a grand close on the 2nd February 2020 when the 100th anniversary of the Tartu Peace Treaty will be honoured.

This is a celebration we can all take part in and it is up to us to make it memorable.

Estonia will be also holding the presidency of the EU Council in the second half of 2017. Approximately 20 high-level meetings, visits, conferences and 200+ other presidency-related events will take place in Estonia during this period.