Kaziukas (Saint Casimirs) Fair takes place in Vilnius Historic Centre UNESCO world heritage site on 4 6th of March, 2016. It is a large annual folk arts and crafts fair, dating to the beginning of the 17th century. Vilnius Old Town Renewal Agency coordinates the Programme of Fine Arts and Ethnographical Trades and Fairs. Craftsmen who are participants of the Programme are main actors of the Fair. They will take part in the Opening Ceremony on Friday, March 4th, at 15.00 in the Cathedral Square. The theatrical carnival procession of craftsmen will take place on Saturday, March 5th, from 13.00 to 14.00. The procession will start at the Lukiskiu Square and continues via Gedimino, Pilies, Didzioji avenues to the Tawn Hall Square. The Baltic Amber Art Center will demonstrate the Amber Fire rituals during the opening and during the procession. Full programme. You can find ceramics, cutting paper and leather artists who have Certificates of National Heritage in the Cathedral Square. The other group of traditional Vilnius craftsmen (textile, goldsmithery, blacksmithery, weaving of traditional Easter palms) will be located in the Tawn Hall Square. Participation of Vilnius craftsmen in Kaziukas Fair gives the added value to the fair and demonstrates the revitalisation of intangible heritage of Vilnius Old Town.