Past events

29 oct Tue
Free entry

This year, on the occasion of the 80th anniversary of the Škofja Loka Museum, the study circle focuses on exploring the museum workers that worked here in the past. The circle is led by curator Biljana Ristić. The study circle is an open-ended study group, and everyone who is interested in the topic presented is invited to participate and is ready to devote some of their time to research under the mentorship of Biljana Ristić.

23 oct Wed
23. 10. 2019 @ 19:00

A narrative evening for adults

Škopar's House
Free entry

In myths and fairy tales, gods love mortals, powerful men love even more powerful women, stupid love smarts, and the knight finds the answer to what a woman wants most. A loving longing overcomes Aphrodite's anger and a woman's anger finds a ladder to hell. With a kiss, a green frog can become a desirable prince and a dumb boy best man. It may be so, we do not know, but we will find out at a fairy tale evening with fairy tales from all over the world how the smart, the powerful, the beautiful, the ugly and the stupid find sometimes what they want and many times what they need. Humorous, mythical or miraculous love stories from all over the world will connect us to an enjoyable experience.

12 oct Sat
12. 10. 2019

Autumn Family Day

Škofja Loka Castle
Free entry

We invite you to an autumn gathering for families prepared by European volunteers, who are included in this year's ESE project in Škofja Loka at the Zavod O and Familija. At the stalls you will discover different European autumn traditions, taste some autumn-inspired culinary delicacies and awake your creativity.

5 oct Sat
Free entry

In the company of curator Mojca Šifrer Bulovec, we will take a look at the Carniolan bee educational trail and the beekeeping collection. We will get acquainted with the history of beekeeping and cultural heritage in connection with bees, get to know the bee family and peek into their homes - bee hives. We will learn about bee products and the role that honey bees play in plant pollination. We will point out the great threat to honey bees in today's world and what each of us can do to preserve them for the next generation. The event is being prepared in cooperation with the Škofja Loka Beekeepers' Association.

28 sep Sat
Free entry

The stories piled on the slopes of the forest are full of interesting animals, heroes and adventures. We will head to the fairytale forest, sit under a tree and listen to the inhabitants of the forest: squirrels and hedgehogs, bandits, bears, grandfathers, pieces and pieces. Storytelling for children, the kind in which we will be a little scared at times, but sometimes we find it all terribly funny, is narrated by Katja Preša. The event is being co-organized with KD Grable.

25 sep Wed
Free entry

The urban beat of Škofja Loka has been vibrant in the past. The rhythm was dictated by trade links, regular weekly fairs, celebrations and a rich guild life. In the centuries of development, various societies have joined the list, bringing together in their ranks people with similar cultural or sporting interests. Societies were increasingly becoming the connective tissue of life in and around the city, which attracted not only locals but also residents of the surrounding areas. Especially in the second half of the 19th century, in Škofja Loka, the societies inspired, taught, educated, and thus maintained the connection of the townspeople with one another. In their organized form, in addition to socializing, their goal was to educate and educate members and non-members.

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