Join us to celebrate Scotland’s National Bard, Robbie Burns and our 159th Annual Burns Supper’s Scottish heritage. This year we return to in-person dining from last years wildly successful virtual event at a new, more intimate location in the most extended continuous running lodge of The Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks at Lodge #3, founded in 1873. While Kristy McKeating and I work out the details with the officers, trustees, and entertainment, we would like to see your interest in this event. We encourage you to click on the blue button at the end of the page to fill out the Google form survey so we can accommodate all of our members and guests.
The Burns Supper will be filled with poetry, music, dance, and song to acknowledge Robert Burns and Scottish achievements in the literary arts. We are working on the entertainment and speakers now, so more details will follow soon! We would love to hear your thoughts to have the best Burns Supper we have ever had! Tickets are limited, so register now for you and your guests to have early access to tickets and make sure you get the best chance for a seat. This event will be open to The Saint Andrew’s Society members, Sister Scottish Societies, Elks Lodge, and the general public. However, proof of vaccination will need to be provided on the day for your ticket to be valid.
While we understand that there have been dynamic changes to the pandemic in recent events, we want to acknowledge with the guidance of our physician, Dr Jason D. Eiband, MD, that we will endeavour to ensure that you and your family and guests will be made safe for this unforgettable night.
Ticket Prices are to be announced (TBD) so we can scale the event based on interest.
In the meantime, we would like to gauge your interest and what, as members and guests of the society, would best honor our national bard in the new year.