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Thursday Nov 21 - Friday Nov 22    
Saint Martin’s Day is a celebration of the earth's bounty. It is usually celebrated on the 11th of November and its origin dates back more than 1,000 years ago. The roots of St Martin's Day come from a Celtic holiday which paid tribute to the fruitfulness of the autumn in the fields and vineyards. The feast coincides with harvest-time, the time when newly produced wine is ready for drinking, and the end of winter preparations, including the butchering of animals. It is the last opportunity before the Advent to eat in abundance, and goose is the most common dish served at that time. As the story goes, the goose became a symbol of St. Martin because of a legend that, when trying to avoid being ordained, he had hidden in a goose pen and was betrayed by the cackling of the geese. Now the goose has to repay its debt...



Nov 21 2019 - Nov 22 2019

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