174th Annual Feast of the Haggis
December 7 | 6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
3057 N. Rockwell
Chicago, IL 60618 United States
The Illinois Saint Andrew Society, now known as the Chicago Scots, was established in 1845 when a group of Scots came together to celebrate the Feast of Saint Andrew, Scotland’s patron saint. Every year for 174 years, despite world wars, great depressions and fires, the Society has hosted the “Feast of the Haggis” – never missing a year and making this event Chicago’s longest running black tie dinner and we look forward to welcoming you to the 174rd year of the Feast!
The Chicago Scots welcome everyone who is Scottish by birth, by heritage or simply by inclination to come and enjoy a fun evening, celebrating Scottish culture while honoring our 2019 awardees.
Proceeds benefit Chicago Scots and renovation of The Scottish Home at Caledonia Senior Living and Memory Care.