Join us for another evening of whisky, poetry, haggis, and mayhem as we celebrate Burns Night at Highfield Hall!
Highfield Hall’s 4th Annual Robert Burns Supper – a fun and festive evening of “toasting” and “roasting” the Lads and Lassies while paying tribute to the National Bard of Scotland. Traditional Scottish music, entertainment, whisky, and haggis! (Vegetarian options available.)
What is a Burns Night Supper…and do I have to eat haggis?
Robert Burns was the National Bard of Scotland. The first Burns Supper took place on January 25, 1801, five years after his death, when a group of his friends held a dinner in his honour to mark his birthday. Today, you don’t have to be Scottish to take part in this beloved tradition. A sense of fun, good friends, tasty food, and a wee bit (or more!) of whisky will make the evening memorable.
Tartans from all clans and Sassenachs are welcome and no you don’t have to eat haggis…but we think you’ll like it!
Grab a seat at the table TODAY!
Register online now or call, 508-495-1878 ext. 2