Burns Night

Tonight we celebrated a Scotish tradition of Burns Night with haggis and poetry, whiskey and wine, friends and singing, and all that is good.


Traditional Burns night dinner of haggis, mashed turnips, and mashed potatoes.

A Burns Night Supper is traditionally celebrated in Scotland on January 25th, on the anniversary of the famous Scottish poet’s birthday.

We are thankful that we were invited again to join in this annual Scottish tradition with our Scottish friends. Happy Burns Night!


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