Robert Burns Supper
February 1 | 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
509 E Deerpath Road
Lake Forest, IL 60045 United States
Chicago Scots and the History Center of Lake Forest-Lake Bluff invite you to a Burns Supper featuring music by Alistair McCulloch on the “Gregg Violin” on its first U.S. tour from Robert Burns Birthplace Museum in Ayrshire, Scotland with poetry and toasts by Gus Noble, president, Chicago Scots.
This is an unforgettable opportunity to learn about Robert Burns the ‘ploughman poet’ who achieved world-wide fame for such noted works as Auld Lang Syne and Tam O’Shanter. Opening remarks from David Hopes, Head of Collections and Interiors at the National Trust for Scotland, and formerly the Director of the Trust’s Robert Burns Birthplace Museum.
Serving haggis, neeps & tatties, a dram or two with good cheer, poetry and song.
Special thanks to:
And Our Community Partners
The British American Business Council of Chicago
The British International School of Chicago
The Robert Burns Birthplace Museum