Burns Night Supper
Robert Burns was born in born in Ayrshire, Scotland on January 25, 1759. Burns was Scotland's National Poet and he wrote lyrics and songs in Scots and in English. He was also famous for his amours and his rebellion against orthodox religion and morality. Burns died on July 21, 1796.
Every year, all over the world, people come together around the day of his Birthday to celebrate the life of works of this great poet. On January 25th, 2020 the Mucky Duck will be holding the 4th such annual Burns at Night cerebration at Reiman Gardens in Ames.
We are very happy to be returning to Reiman Gardens for the third time. This beautiful facility is the perfect location for our celebration. What can you expect at the fourth annual Burns Night Supper? An evening of great food, fine Scotch Whiskey, wonderful entertainment and some fantastic company!
For the third year in a row we will be joined by Scottish swordsman and maestro, Paul McDonald. Paul does a fantastic job with the Address to the Haggis and we are very excited and happy that he can return for our 2020 celebration. You can also expect and fun and lively ceilidh again this year. We will be serving haggis as an appetizer followed by roast beef with neeps and tatties and other sides. In addition, there will be Scotch Whiskey sampling and of course a bar.
1800 hrs: Arrive, social time, glass of mulled Scotch.
1900 hrs: Address to the Haggis
1915 hrs: Dinner is served.
2100 hrs: Ceilidh.
Cheese and crackers
Glass of Scotch
Haggis with Neeps and Tatties
Roast beef served with
- Roast Potatoes
- Neeps and tatties
- Brussel sprouts
Sticky Toffee Pudding
Coffee / Tea