The Drowning of Marzanna, or Burning of Marzanna, is a traditional folk fest in Poland. These festivals are to symbolically welcome the spring and bury the winter. They take place on the March 21.The 21th of March is the first full day of spring.
Marzanna is a big doll. She is the symbol of winter, cold and dark. She is made from straw and dressed in old womans clothes.
Today drowning of Marzanna is maily done by children. In our school pupils also celebrate this age-old custom.
On June 21th people celebrate Ivan Kupala Day (pl. Noc Kupały, Noc Ś wi ę toj ń ska)It is a magical night! The shortest night in the whole year, the celebration of Fire and Water, the union of male and female powers, the only moment when the flower of the fern blooms, it is the pre-Slavic festival of Love! By Zosia
St. Andrew's Day is the feast day of Saint Andrew.feast daySaint Andrew It is celebrated on 30 November. The night before St. Andrews Day is magic. Girls want to know names of their future husbands, their professions etc.