Families can look forward to a large number of selected exhibitors presenting their old crafts. Basket weavers, turners and other representatives of some old crafts as well as artists let you look over their shoulders at work and bring the market to life.
A highlight for young and old is the Martini ride (Saturday, 4.30 p.m. and Sunday, 3.30 p.m.), where the story of St. Martin is presented. In addition, wondrous light sculptures made of paper will illuminate the Traun in the dark. The Styrian thoroughbred musicians of the “Fuchsbartl-Banda” and the hunting horn and Hubertus players of the Laakirchen Hunting Society will provide musical entertainment on both days.
At the sociable beer tapping at the morning pint on Sunday (from 10 a.m.) there is a free sample of the Wildschütz beer from the Eggenberg brewery. Culinary you can look forward to seasonal delicacies from “dasFiaker”, fresh farmer’s donuts from the Goldhauben group and mulled cider as well as bacon and raclette bread from the local farming community of Laakirchen.
As always, there are also many attractions for young visitors. Children can make their own pocket knives at the Trattenbacher Feitlmacher stand. They can also let off steam creatively with paper making, printing and handicrafts or have fun in the goose stable.
All program information can be found here.