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Tartu Nature House International Club kick-off event Games Night

Tartu Nature House International Club kick-off event Games Night

Games Night is the kick-off event of the Tartu Nature House International Club. The aim of the International Club is to welcome young adults (ages 18-26 years) from different cultural backgrounds and offer more opportunities to learn about environmental education and sustainable lifestyles. In total there will be 4 starter events and we hope to […]
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Registration for 2020/2021 hobby classes has begun! A NEW ENGLISH HOBBY CLASS!

Registration for 2020/2021 hobby classes has begun! A NEW ENGLISH HOBBY CLASS!

Dear parents and students! We are pleased to announce that the registration for Tartu Nature House 2020/2021 hobby classes is now open! This year we are introducing a completely new english hobby class for foreigners and english learning children and pupils in Tartu. This new hobby class focuses on the countries, people and cultures within […]
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A fun and creative arts and crafts workbook for children

A fun and creative arts and crafts workbook for children

Tartu Nature House has created a versatile workbook about Estonian this year's special species.
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A new boardgame helps to introduce the biota of lake Peipsi to children

A new boardgame helps to introduce the biota of lake Peipsi to children

Under the leadership of Tartu Nature House a board game has been completed. It is called “Game of Lake Peipsi” and was completed within the Estonian-Russian cooperation project “GreenMind”. Kindergartens near Lake Peipsi can use it to get to know the plants growing near Lake Peipsi and the animals, fish and birds living there. During […]
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European Solidarity Corps Volunteer Jelisaveta

European Solidarity Corps Volunteer Jelisaveta

Tartu Nature Nature House is delighted to announce that since October 2019 we have our first European Solidarity Corps volunteer.
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Mushroom exhibition in Tartu Nature House 22.-25.09.2020

Mushroom exhibition in Tartu Nature House 22.-25.09.2020

The traditional autumn mushroom exhibition of Tartu Nature House will take place again on September 22-25! In the main hall of the Nature House, there is a selection of mushrooms from our forests, meadows, parks and lodges in South Estonia for admiration and acquaintance. The mushroom exhibition is supplemented every day with new exciting species, […]
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Matsalu Nature Film Festival weekend in Tartu 26.-27.09

Matsalu Nature Film Festival weekend in Tartu 26.-27.09

Dear nature film lovers, MAFF is coming to Tartu again! The guest screenings of the 18th Matsalu Nature Film Festival in Tartu will take place on 26-27. September in Tartu Nature House. This is a great opportunity for everyone who does not have the opportunity to go to Lihula to watch movies to take part […]
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Practical guide for organizing environmentally friendly events

Practical guide for organizing environmentally friendly events

Event organizers can find advice how to make their events more environmentally friendly from a new handbook.
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President Kaljulaid the patron of Eco-Schools movement in Estonia distributed Green Flags

President Kaljulaid the patron of Eco-Schools movement in Estonia distributed Green Flags

President Kersti Kaljulaid is about to hand Green Flag awards for excellence to representatives of over 30 Estonian schools and kindergartens in a ceremony in Tartu on Friday, also assuming the status of the patron of the global Eco-Schools program in Estonia.
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Our opening times during the summer

Our opening times during the summer

Tartu Nature House will switch to a summer schedule starting from June 1st. With that our opening hours will also change – we will be open to visitors from Tuesday to Friday at 10-18 and on Saturday at 11-16. We are closed on Sunday and Monday. Please follow the rules of social distancing and hygene. […]
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