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For Näpotüü Café’s host family, Seto Pop-up Café Day is like a grand opening. We have lived in our home for only 42 weeks. Visitors will be able to see how a family who recently moved to the countryside lives its life.

Leida talu, Matsuri , Setomaa vald

For Näpotüü Café’s host family, Seto Pop-up Café Day is like a grand opening. We have lived in our home for only 42 weeks. Visitors will be able to see how a family who recently moved to the countryside lives its life.

In our café we offer Seto cold soup, Seto porridge, smoked meat, a “different” sort of mashed potatoes, homemade bread and curd balls etc.
A receiving committee will receive guests – pardsikõsõ` (ducks).

For the kids, the café will have a trampoline, a green play hut out by the pond, and a sandpile, not a sandbox. Children can pet chicks of domesticated birds and dogs.
Their mothers can spin the spinning wheel, and try weaving and embroidering various kinds of belts.
Fathers can watch the jobs performed by the men of the family and pitch in if they desire.

The family’s daughters play the kannel, a lyre-like string instrument, and those who desire can introduce their own songs. An hour before closing, we’ll light a bonfire. We’ll dance Seto dances, sing and chat.

Contacts
Sigrid Partin
+372 5684 4622
Leida talu, Matsuri , Setomaa vald
si-rid@hotmail.com