The Prince Albert Caledonian Society held their annual Robert Burns’ Supper on Friday night at the Travelodge in honour of Scotland’s favourite son, writer and preserver of Scottish culture who was born on January 25, 1759.
© Herald photo by Jodi Schellenberg
Address to the Haggis
It was a full night of Scottish traditions, with poems, bagpipes and highland dancing. One of the highlights of the evening was the Address to the Haggis (pictured), an original poem celebrating the Scottish dish by Burns.