The spring fair of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities encourages reuse and green exchange

The spring fair of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities will take place on June 12 from 12 PM to 3 PM in the outdoor area between Jakobi 2 and Lossi 3. In case of rain, we will move to the lobby of Jakobi 2-226. 

The idea of the fair was born from the course of Reet Aus, this year’s Professor of Liberal Arts, titled "How to improve the world by creating", which highlights the topics of environmental awareness, recycling and sustainability. The main idea of the fair is to offer an opportunity for recycling, so you can offer anything you like. Clothes, shoes, toys, books, working electronics or smaller furniture - everything is welcome! In addition to offering new life to your things, you can also sell baked goods and plants. Things can also be exchanged or offered for free. If needed, self-service table can also be created. However, we have a request - we ask that you only bring items that are clean and usable

We can provide tables and chairs for the sellers; clothes rails and other necessary items should be brought with you. 

Registration closes on June 9 at 8 PM

In case of questions, write to the organisers: 
Kristel Kajak,
Agnes Unt, 
Kristiina Johanson,  


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