25th Annual Burns Supper
January 19, 2019 ~ 4 to 10 PM
Mountain View Masonic Temple
890 Church Street, Mountain View
Featuring The Peter Daldry Band
Each January the South Bay Scottish Society hosts a traditional Burns Supper, carrying on the tradition started in Scotland to honor the birthday of Scotland's immortal bard. The typical evening includes the piping in and toast to the haggis, the traditional toast to Robert Burns, Burns songs and poetry, special and spirited Toasts to the Lads and the Lassies, singing, ceilidh ("kay-lee") dancing, and other surprises.
Limited seating, online reservations are now closed. Please contact Chief Cheryl for availability.
Pictures from past Burns Suppers can been seen on the Gallery page.
Robert Burns was born on January 25, 1759 in Alloway, Ayrshire, Ayrshire in Scotland and died on July 21, 1796. Though his life was short, his impact on poetry and his beloved Scotland are felt to this day, so it is not surprising that people continue to celebrate his life and work over two hundred years after his death.
Robert Burns Links
The statue of Robert Burns in Dumfries, where Burns spent the latter part of his life.
The Cottage in Alloway, Ayrshire where Robert Burns was born. Today, it is preserved as a historic landmark.