St Andrew's Eve party - evening of predictions sent away at night around 29 on 30 November, into the Christmas Eve of saint Andrzej, the patron of Scotland, Greece and Russia. The first Polish literary mention of it turned up at 1557 thanks to Bielsko-Biała Marcin. This day is falling at the end or at the beginning of the liturgical year. The St Andrew's Eve party is a special chance for organising the last grand games before starting Advent. People at night are predicting for themselves from wax and other things.