This year’s ‘Jaanipäev’ at Lättemäe was an altogether resounding success. Even though the weather was a mix of cloud and rain, 55 people turned out for some cheery conviviality, great food and joyful singing. Good humour reigned supreme from the time of the raising of the flag to the bonfire. Special thanks must go to Kersti Leetmaa, Agnet Tõke, Piret Koppel and their helpers, for the preparation of the food. Peeter Kopvillem, as is becoming the tradition, provided the leadership and accompaniment to the singing, including the “Lättemäe Laul’ penned by his father ‘Villu’, which has echoed through the forest for many decades. The highlight of course was the children from the MES ‘Lasteaed’ who sang songs and performed a few dances, all under the inspiring leadership of Monika Dumbrille – but the fire kept them more enthralled.