1st Annual Robert Burns Dinners on January 25 and 26 2008

by Lori LeCount

Perched, as we are, above Muir Creek beach (named for Scottish settler John Muir) Ocean Wilderness Inn is pleased to announce the first annual Robert Burns Dinners.  Celebrate Scottish culture with an evening of music, poetry and a three course dinner.  Stay for the night and enjoy breakfast that will surely include scones.

 

Burns Suppers have been part of Scottish culture for about 200 years as a means of commemorating our best loved bard, Robert Burns. When Burns immortalized haggis in verse he created a central link that is maintained to this day. The ritual was started by close friends of Burns a few years after his death in 1796 as a tribute to his memory. The basic format for the evening has remained unchanged since that time.

Bill o' Fare:

Cock-a-leekie soup

Haggis (Canadianized) warm reeking, rich wi' Champit Tatties, Bashed Neeps

Tyspy Laird (sherry trifle)

A Tassie o' Coffee

Plan to provide your own Scotch Whiskey or other libation.

 

Join us on either January 25 or 26, 2008.

 

Dinner and Lodging packages for two from $165

(5% discount if kilts are worn or bagpipes played)

 

Hear Scotland the Brave


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