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Robert Burns Night Virtual Celebration

Friday, January 22, 2021, 7:00 PM until 9:00 PM
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Eriko Kennedy
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The American-Scottish Foundation in association with the University Club of New York Present the 26th Annual Burns Night Virtual Celebration 7-9 PM via Zoom ASF & University Club Members $25 Non-Members $40 Celebrate Robert Burns In words and music With A look back to the Burns Celebration of 2020 Opportunity Whisky Tasting to be delivered directly to you Opportunity for special Burns evening foods to be delivered directly to you American-Scottish Foundation Members and Non Members use buttons below University Club Members - email Teresa Janiello to reserve ASF Member Tickets $25 PayPal - The safer, easier way to pay online! ASF Non Member Tickets $40 PayPal - The safer, easier way to pay online! Upon Reservation we will forward a "Menu" of items you can reserve directly from purveyors. Please note that this is time sensitive due to deliver time for you selection. Address to the Haggis, & toasts to the haggis Noisemaker offer the Toast to the Lads & Lassies An On Line silent auction will be underway and we hope you will think to take part by reciting your favorite verse. In 2020 the violin owned by Robert Burns’ dance teacher, William Gregg and considered one of the most fascinating objects in shaping Scotland’s history was part of a wonderful musical interlude played by Alastair McCulloch. A special thank you is extended to the National Trust for Scotland Foundation USA and the Scottish Government for making it possible for this rare event to be made part of our Burns Night Celebration in 2020 and now reprised through footage of the evening in 2021. Watch past Reeling & look forward to 2022 Alistair McCulloch shows ASF Chairman Kenneth Donnelly the Gregg Violin