The Twelfth Night ends the cycle of the Romanian feasts over the year, started on St. Nicholas. While the Romanians start the preparations for the Ash Wednesday, the ethnics cohabitants protract the feasts period till the early February. The Magyars celebrate Farsang, a 200-year old costume, borrowed from the Saxons leaving in the bordering villages, to mark the Lent.
?St. Andrew? Minivillage
Creation and spirituality are the most appropriate words to describe ?St. Andrew? Minivillage. Their performances at national and international shows conquered the audience by the authenticity. ?St. Andrew? Minivillage functions within ?Andrei Saguna? Highschool; the basic idea of the founders was to offer the new generation the opportunity to discover the Romanian traditional values, in addition of the educational system offer. The traditional society has an axiological content, offering work and creation models at individual and group level.
Under the Continuity Curse
In 1850 was founded the first Romanian gymnasium of Transylvania. In the basement of the nowadays National College, Primate Andrei Saguna buried the establishment act. The document contains the founders wish that the school ?under curse and malediction? would never give up its national, Christian and orthodox nature.
As a continuation of the demise of Primate Saguna, on February 1998 ?St. Andrew? Minivillage was established as Romanian creation and spirituality Centre for the students of ?Andrei Saguna? National College.