Friday, February 3, 2012
a pot o' luck and the scOtch was even better. But nothing was as good as the company
we had for the night! Special thanks to Chris Stenerson and Laura McShane for their warm
hearts and warmer huGs ;)
The Burns' Night Supper is an event that happens on or near Robert Burns' birthday (25th of January, 1759)
and is not only a celebration of Scotland's favorite (or favourite) son, but a celebration of his legacy in literature and his love of Scotland. Robert Burns is accredited with being inspirational to both the liberal and socialist movements, and every New Year's when you sing Auld Lang Syne, well thank Rabbie Burns for his lyrical gift and his timeless words. This event moves about yearly so you have to keep up if you want to join
the fantastic festivities. This year was graciously provided by the West Hills Unitarian Fellowship Church.
StumpTown Kilts was proud to donate a kiLt for the silent auction and event fund-raiser.