Since carnival customs are associated with church holidays, they were forbidden for a long time, but not forgotten. Gathering of carnival groups, carnival procession and public burning of Krnjo, or Jovo as they cal him here, was revived here some fifteen years ago.
Carnival groups consist of a dozen friends who spend the entire year thinking what kind of costumes they will make for the procession. With a lot of imagination and creativity, they also put in their tailoring skills in order to be as original and less recognizable as possible.
Kindergarten and school children usually participate in the children’s procession. On Sunday, the adult procession passes after the children’s one. Of course, all of this is supported with singing, joking, dancing and frolicking.