Don't know if you guy's have it but it's vastlapńev (shrove tuesday?) here.
Shrove Tuesday (the day of release the meat, porridge a day, day slide liupńev ~) is a Christian church calendar and the Estonian folk calendar, the day before Ash Wednesday or the last day before Easter early spring preceding the great fast of seven weeks. Shrove Tuesday is the name from the German (Fasten) or Swedish word (fastlag), which stands for Lent.
Estonian national foods for shrove tuesday are peasoup and these:
I love peasoup..