Lusto events and work demonstrations explain man’s relationship with the forest and the environment to visitors. Work demonstrations take visitors back in time by introducing them to traditional crafts and skills. Events that focus on all things related to forests offer visitors interested in forest culture an opportunity to spend time together while learning new skills.
Lusto hosts several events with long traditions, including Metku – the Forest Culture Days, the Christmas Tree event and the Harvest Festival.
Workshop weeks 29-30
During the workshop weeks in Lusto’s yard area and the lobby, it is possible to watch traditional techniques of e.g. shaker tray crafting, wood carving, wooden spoon making and tar burning. The workshops are free of charge.
17.–30.7. shaker tray crafting, wood carving and forest cabin building
17.–19.7. wood splitting
18.–20.7. wooden spoon carving
19.7. tar burning (provided that no forest fire warning is in force)
27.7. tar burning (provided that no forest fire warning is in force)
Icelandic horses in Lusto’s yard area 25.7.–4.8.
More information and reservations Aurinkolaukan Harjutalli.
We reserve the right to change the dates. The events are funded by the Metsämiesten Säätiö foundation. Donations and mergers of foundations have a significant impact on the effectiveness of the Foundation’s non-profit activities. More information: www.mmsaatio.fi