The reconstruction of practices, which is held throughout the calendar year, shows the manner in which the population of this region marked important religious and folk holidays. One can see layers of folk beliefs, i.e. the interweaving of Christian and pagan elements that permeated everyday life of Serbian peasants. The museum reconstructs the customs associated with Christmas (January 7), Easter (moveable feast), Ascension Day (moveable feast), St. Vitus Day (June 28), St. John’s Day (July 7) and St. Peter’s Day (July12).
|St. Peter's Day Reconstruction||12/07/2014 (All day)||Customs|
|St. John's Eve Reconstruction (tea party)||07/07/2014 (All day)||Customs|
|St. Vitus Day Reconstruction||28/06/2014 (All day)||Customs|
|Ascension Day Reconstruction||29/05/2014 (All day)||Customs|
|School of painting Easter eggs||17/04/2014 (All day) to 18/04/2014 (All day)||Customs|