The Circus Market
The Circus Market is a part of the circus tradition of Kerava, which originated from the famous circus and fairground family Sariola. The Sariola family moved to Kerava in 1921. Their fun-fair business grew and flourished here. The fun-fair was named Suomen Tivoli in 1929.
The first Circus Market was arranged in Kerava in 1977. It is a two day event that fills the streets of the centre with acrobats, jugglers, magicians and a happy crowd. In addition, approximately 200 market sellers arrive from different parts of Finland.
The Garlic Festival
The centre of Kerava is filled with the wonderfully horrible scent of garlic during a late summer weekend The event is arranged by Valkosipulin ystävät ry. Attendants can taste a variety of garlic dishes, such as garlic ice cream, while enjoying the program.