On Saturday, Jan. 26, Fallingbrook Presbyterian Church at 31 Wood Glen Rd. Scarborough will be holding its annual Robbie Burns Roast Beef Dinner and Ceilidh.
The dinner starts at 5:30 pm, soon followed by various songs, readings, Scottish Country Dancers, and Highland Dancer.
Robert “Rabbie” Burns was the Bard of Ayrshire, Ploughman Poet, and various other names and epithets, he was a Scottish poet and lyricist. He is widely regarded as the national poet of Scotland and is celebrated worldwide.
Burns Suppers are held annually on or near Robbie Burns Day/Night on Jan. 25 to celebrate the iconic Scottish bard.
The event is currently sold out, please call 416-699-1878 if you have any further questions about ticket availability.
Last Saturday, Jan. 19, St. Paul’s United Church on McIntosh Street in Scarborough hosted a Robbie Burns lunch featuring haggis, a piper, dancing and the reciting of Burns’ poem Address To A Haggis.