Seto Folk has a special children’s program that includes plenty of activities, such as crafts, drawing, handicrafts, music workshops, singing and dancing, or just playing in the well-equipped children area. The comfortable historic Seto Farm Museum facilities offer a chance to take time off and get carried away by the stories of renowned storytellers or by the music of great musicians.
All children, big and small, have plenty to do at Seto Folk
The festival hiking program also includes exciting hikes and trips for both younger and older kids.
The children’s program goes on throughout the whole festival, from Friday to Sunday and is open for all.
In the Seto Folk Children’s Area kids can play, run around, draw and make crafts
This year´s festival welcomes a cozy yet spacious children’s area right next to the Seto Farm Museum´s playground. The safely confined area is full of exciting activities, great toys, drawing tools, books and carpets for a comfortable stay. Kids can ride play horses and every full hour brings on new cultural activities, such as songs, games, stories, music tunes or dances.
The smallest of the small and their parents can enjoy the Napping Area for comfortable and well-deserved daytime napping.
Children are also welcome to bring their parents to the Children’s Area – as long as they can remember their childlike manners. Parents, on the other hand, can keep an eye on their kids while partaking in the workshops or enjoying concerts close to the Children Area. For those parents who wish to attend a specific workshop, hike, lecture or concert, a paid childcare option is available at the Children Area.
It is great to be at Seto Folk as a kid, and with a kid and Children’s Area makes it even better!
NB! In order to guarantee the safety of children, the number of kids per nanny is limited and paid childcare option might not be available at any given moment. Parents leave their kids with nannies at their own risk!
Ooda’, ooda’, unõkõnõ,
anna’ aigu, haigukõnõ!
Lasõ ma kua unõkoti,
las ma tii unõteki,
sõs vii ma unõ vesile,
lasõ unõ lainillõ.
/Kriisa Kati, Ugarevka k. 1886
Since Seto Folk is a festival for the whole family, we´ve put much thought into the well-being of our smallest visitors and their parents. Hence, we have prepared a Napping Area that is located close to the Children Area, in the cozy attic of the Seto Farm Museum´s Tsäimaja (Tea House). This area is meant for kids that need a small nap during the day in order to keep on enjoying the festival. The room is equipped with mattresses, pillows and plaids as well as swings and cradles for the bravest small ones. It is also the perfect place for breastfeeding or mixing baby formulas.
The Napping Area is located inside – to be sure that it is always dry and warm despite of the weather and quiet and calm despite of the festival noise.