If you want to get a crash course in being a Mulk, come to the Mulgi Cultural Space! Experienced language enthusiasts can boast their ability to converse in the Mulgi language, put themselves to the test in language exercises and browse books. Beginners could start with Mulgi language workshops.
In the area of Mulgi handicrafts, you will be able to just look around, buy handicrafts to take home with you, and participate in workshops – embroider and decorate tote bags with Mulgi patterns with cloth markers, weave yarn ribbons and braid ribbons for the Estonian national costume. Local instrumental music will be performed by the group Kõlavad Karmoškad, the bravest listeners will even be able to choose their favorite song from the list.