Save the date! Burns Night is a tradition dating back a hundred years or more celebrating Scotland's national bard, Robert Burns. If you've been to one, you'll know what a rousing good time it is, and if you've not been before, you're in for a real treat. Dinner will be a formal Scottish affair, with roasted lamb, neeps and tatties (potatoes and squash), and of course, the traditional haggis! (Be brave, young soul, and try some!) Oh, and lest we forget, there will be whisky flowing, provided by Scott Harris and Catoctin Creek Distillery.
Kilted attire is strongly encouraged but not required. Bring a favorite poem or song to share. The night will not soon be forgotten!
The event will take place on February 4, at 6:30pm at Oatlands Plantation in Leesburg, Virginia. (Snow date, February 11.)
Some hae meat and canna eat,
The Selkirk Grace
Reservations are required. Call Oatlands at 703-777-3174 ext. 103 for more information or to reserve your spot, or visit www.oatlands.org.