Last day to get tickets for Robbie Burns Dinner

The event at the Immaculata Hall includes dinner and a dance, along with Scottish entertainment, and of course, a serving of haggis, a traditional Scottish dish made up of a sheep's heart, liver and lungs, along with onion, oatmeal, spices and salt all cooked in its stomach.

Co-hosts the Masons and Knights of Columbus have been celebrating Burns and his work along with for 46 years this year.
 
Tickets for the celebration are available at Patch Java, Epscan, Scott Wisdahl at MNP, Cliffside Printing, Needful Things, or with Dan Davies and cost $50.
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