Robbie Burns Birthday Bash

Robbie BurnsThis annual salute to the famed 18th century Scottish poet (pictured) who is revered in the land of tartan for his writing in the Scots language and who, before his death at age 37 in 1796, apparently ruffled feather by expressing sympathy for the goals of the French Revolution, goes at Bushwakker later today.

Featured will be performances by the Tilted Kilts, Fraser Pipe Band, the Regina Highland Dance Association and playwright Ken Mitchell, along with a trivia contest and one more thing… oh yeah, FREE HAGGIS!

If you arrive after 5 p.m. there’ll be a $5 cover.

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