On the evening of January 25, Scottish people and poetry fans around the world gather to celebrate the legacy of Robert Burns – Scotland’s national poet. You probably know him best as the author of “Auld Lang Syne” – the song traditionally associated with New Year’s Eve celebrations.
We heard that the Burns Night celebration at the Royal Mile pub is sold out this year – but don’t let it stop you from having your own party. Visit the Scotland.org website for some great information about the Burns night tradition, along with recipes for a Burns Night Supper and suggested readings to help you plan your celebration: #CultureALLConnects#Diversity#inclusion#education#culture#desmoines#DSM#GlobalDSM#iowa#desmoinesiowa#desmoineskids#Scotland#poetry#BurnsNight
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