The East Bay Masonic District is holding a Robert Burns, Haggis Supper on Saturday evening, February 22nd from 6 to 9 p.m. in memory of Robert A. Sinclair, for the benefit of the Washington Lodge Association building fund.
A Burns supper is a traditional celebration of the life, poetry, and songs of Robert Burns who is the National poet laureate of Scotland and a noted Freemason. This tartan imbued traditional celebration includes toasts of whisky, traditional dishes, and a bit of ribald humor, as Robert’s amorous nature is well reflected in his life and works.
Tickets are available to the general public and can be purchased for $60 per person at stalbans6.org. Ticket sales are limited, so reserve your seats by purchasing your tickets early. The event will be held at the Historic Warren Armory, 17 Jefferson Street, Warren located across the street from the Warren Town Hall. Parking is available behind the Warren Town Hall and it is only a two minute walk to the Armory on Jefferson Street.
An inclement weather date of Saturday, February 29th is arranged, if the event needs to be postponed.