Kaziuko muge fair in Lithuania is held close to St. Casimir's Day on 4th March. The day on which St. Casimir Jagiellon passed away is referred as Kaziuko muge. In Lithuania 4th March is referred as Kaziuko muge. Kaziuko muge means Little Casimir's Fair. Presently the festival Kaziuko muge of Lithuania consists of folk arts and crafts as well as music and dance. More than ten thousand visitors and craftsmen from all over Lithuania comes and enjoys this festival. The streets and squares in the Old Town of Vilnius gets absorbed by Lithuania's Kaziuko muge. In the present years the fair is also co-ordinated in places like Town Hall Square, Kaunas and the Laisves aleja.
The trademark of Kaziuko muge is the traditional palms which are brought to the chrches on Palm Sunday. You get to see various types of things in this fair. The following are the things which are sold in Kaziuko muge:
- Knitted clothes
- Metal craftings
Lithuanians largely enjoy the Lithuanian festival Kaziuko muge.