1st Annual Robbie Burns Supper/Celebration
January 25 @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm$29.95
The 1st annual Traditional Robbie Burns Supper/Celebration at Chappie’s in Roxbury, NY. Saturday January 25th, 6:30-9:30pm -Reservations& Information – 607-326-7020- email@example.com- www.chappiesgoodfood.com.
Celebrating the life and art of the legendary Scottish poet Robert Burns, the evening features Burns’s poetry, tales of his ribald life, a traditional Scottish dinner, the Parade of the Haggis, The Bagpiper, storytelling, songs, Whiskey and Scots Ale toasts, and the Auld Lang Syne. With your Host, the renowned Hudson Valley Storyteller Jonathan Kruk, an event not to be missed!
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Traditional Scottish- Robbie Burns Supper/Celebration
Sat 01 25 20- 6.30pm
Roxbury NY 12474 -Tel 607.326.7020
Reservations recommended-$29.95 inclusive of tax and gratuity, beverages additional
3 course traditional Scottish Burns Dinner
Served Family Style on Shared Long Tables
Haggis appetizer, Cock-a-leekie Soup, Beefe Stew w/Tatties n’Neeps
Scottish Shortbread w/Lemon Curd
Hosted by: Hudson Valley Storyteller Jonathan Kruk
There will be a Bagpiper
Parade of the Haggis
Toast of the Lassies
Singing of Auld Lang Syne
Whiskey Tasting & Scottish Ale Tasting
Special Room upgrades available at the adjacent celebrated “The Roxbury” hotel for Burns Dinner guests
The 1st annual Traditional Robbie Burns Supper/Celebration at Chappie’s in Roxbury, Saturday January 25th, 6:30-9:30pm –
Presented in Association with DAAssociatesPR
A Burns Supper Guide from Burns Night: My Supper With Rabbie
And there’s a hand, my trusty fiere! And gie’s a hand o’ thine!
And we’ll tak’ a right guid-willie waught, For auld lang syne.
The annual celebratory tribute to the life, works and spirit of the great Scottish poet, Robert Burns (1759-1796). Celebrated on, or about the Bard’s birthday, Burns Suppers range from stentoriously formal gatherings of esthetes and scholars to uproariously informal rave-ups of drunkards and louts. Most Burns Suppers (Chappie’s) fall’s in the middle of this range, and adhere, more or less, to some sort of time honoured form which includes the eating of a traditional Scottish meal, the drinking of Scotch whisky, and the recitation of works by, about, and in the spirit of the Bard.