In th eframework of “Sustainable entrepreneurship in countryside” project, Heli and Hanna from Finland visited VildiVilla. They arrived on 26th of February.
VildiVilla – a handicraft studio and cafe – is located 25 km from Tallinn. First, we had lunch. We make pizzas in stone oven, using local raw materials and graham flour. We also make baked goods. Next, we had ceramic workshop. Heli and Hanna made beautiful cups and platters.
In the morning of 27th of February we went to Tallinn for sightseeing and shopping in handicraft shops.
In 28th of February, we visited local wool factory Aade lõng and Aruküla Free Waldorf school. Then, we went back to VildiVilla and had a felting workshop, making felted flower brooch.
We made plans to visit Heli and Hanna in Finland, when there is fair in Klamila in the summer.
I came to visit Zanda’s working place at an old manor where she has her own sewing workshop. Also, we visited Rundale Palace that was a gorgeous place.
Under the auspices of SEIC project, two family businesses – Kuusikaru Ltd (Piesta Kuusikaru farm) from Green Riverland area in Estonia and SIA “LV-Destilāti” from Lielupe area in Latvia – visited each other to learn more about their collagues in the two neighbouring countries.