Scottish Society of Louisville

CELEBRATING THE SCOTTISH-AMERICAN HERITAGE

OF KENTUCKY AND INDIANA

BURNS GALA DINNER OUR 26TH YEAR!

Each year The Scottish Society of Louisville pays tribute to Scotland's most famous and revered poet, Robert Burns (1759-1796), by hosting an elegant evening which includes the Haggis procession and an eclectic selection of poems, music, toasting, dining and dancing. All efforts have been made to make the evening a memorable event reflecting our Scottish heritage and traditions; the same heritage and traditions that inspired Robert Burns and now so eloquently and evocatively nurture his memory.

The Burns Night Gala for 2018 is scheduled beginning at 6 p.m. on Saturday, February 3rd at Woodhaven Country Club, 7200 Woodhaven Road, Louisville, KY 40291.

Cash bar opens at 6 p.m., dinner commences promptly at 6:30 p.m.!

NO TICKETS SOLD AT THE DOOR

NO OUTSIDE ALCOHOL ALLOWED

The Next Exit Band will be our featured entertainment for the evening.

Clan Recognition: Share your clan name/affiliation with us and be recognized at the beginning of the evening's celebration.

Table Sponsorship: Your clan name and crest will be proudly displayed at your table for $25. When you purchase an entire table of 8 seats, this sponsorship is included free! DEADLINE IS MONDAY, JANUARY 29TH.

Clan Badge and Advertising in our program. SOLD OUT!

While every effort is made to arrange seating, it cannot always be guaranteed.

View and share the 2017 Burns Gala Brochure at this link.

Share this flyer with your family, friends and co-workers!

View pictures from previous Gala at this link.

Purchase tickets, Clan Badge in our Program and table sponsorships through Paypal below.

Burns Gala
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EVENTS
Kirking of the Tartan Service
November 5
Louisville, KY
 
Kirking of the Tartan Service
November 12
New Albany, IN
 
THINGS SCOTTISH
Highland Games a day's drive from Louisville

 

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