In Lilli Nature Centre many helpful hands were involved in building the fence, in mulching the trails, in piling the firewood and harvesting beets, while youngest generation enjoyed rural life. For them also the joint workshop was organized by the Lilli Nature House, where they made bookmarks from natural materials.
Kick-bike ride on the Baltic Way road was a real challenge and first time experience for many taking part. The ride attracted altogether around 120 participants, from them around 60 pupils from Killingi-Nõmme, Tartu, Rīga, Veclaicene, Jaunlaicene and Naukšēni. All had to kick-bike 8km from the Estonian-Latvian border to the Ķoņi Mill. At the 5 stops there were questions related to the Baltic Way to be answered. Winners were not the fastest ones, but the ones, who new right answers.
Ķoņi mill, as a place where the wool and grain nowadays is manufactured using old manners, gathered interested people in joint bread baking and maple leaves workshops. Everyone had the opportunity to see the mill and watch how the wool is processed. The Latvian percussion band Perpetuum Ritmico tuned the ending of the day into great cooperation mood for next joint Estonia-Latvian events.
Many insights and photos are posted at our Facebook page – EC DAY Lilli – Ķoņi and Estonia – Latvia Programme.