Haggis, Scottish Dancers and the skirl of the pipes & drums — all to celebrate Robert Burns Night at Tir Na nOg Irish Pub (drink, music, fun and good times).
On Saturday, 19 January the party starts when we pipe the haggis in at 7:00 pm (and play again at 8:45 pm)!
A Burns Supper is a celebration of the life and poetry of the poet Robert Burns, author of many Scots poems. The suppers are normally held on or near the poet’s birthday, 25 January, sometimes also known as Robert Burns Day or Burns Night (Scots: Burns Nicht), although they may in principle be held at any time of the year…
Burns suppers are most common in Scotland and Northern Ireland but occur wherever there are Burns Clubs, Scottish Societies, expatriate Scots, or aficionados of Burns’ poetry. There is a particularly strong tradition of them in NC where the Scots and Irish setteled. More information HERE.
This Burns supper is a fund raiser for local Scottish Highland Dance school – Jo Moore Highland Dance, and the dancers will perform.
- The HAGGIS will be piped in to the room by Pipe Major Joe Brady
- Donald Ross The President of SCOT will address the Haggis
- The evening will contiune with Highland Dance and Barrowburn
- The Wake & District Pipe Band will also play
- Great Raffle prizes with all the proceeds going back to Jo Moore School of Scottish Dance
Wonderful Scottish Dinner special all evening will include:
- Scotch Broth : Haggis Pate
- Lamb or Salmon
- mixed Veg & roast tatties
- Scottish Pudding dessert option
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