A celebration of the life and poetry of Scotland's famous bard, Robert Burns.
25 January 2017
Soldiers Memorial Hall
3 Railway Parade
Guest list closed at 6:00pm Monday 16 January
Robert Burns was born in Alloway, Scotland, the eldest son of tenant farmers. He was a man of great intellect and considered a pioneer of the Romantic movement. Widely regarded as the national bard of Scotland his poems and songs are celebrated throughout the world.
The Selkirk Grace
Some hae meat and canna eat,
And some wad eat that want it;
But we hae meat and we can eat,
And sae the Lord be thanket.
Haggis, tatties and neeps (Clapshot)
Drambuie flavoured Cranachan
Coffee and Tea
Download the Burns Supper Menu
Brigadoon 40th Bundanoon Highland Gathering
A pictorial history of the first
For more information about the book, view some pages and find out how you can order a copy go to the Brigadoon Book page.
Created with the assistance of a WSC Community Grant
The Burns Supper Sponsors
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Visit the Manassen Foods website
Visit the David's Larder website
Pioneer Flask Cellars
13 Railway venue, Bundanoon
Phone: 4883 7314
Bowral Rd & Pioneer Street, Mittagong
Phone: 1300 723 388
Catering by Volwing
Wingecarribee Volunteer Centre
Queen Street, Mosss Vale
Phone: 4869 4617