Currently the Burns Supper for January 2023 is only open to members of the GRSS.
Sadly, Covid took its toll on small organizations throughout the world. Many of these groups had to close their doors and disband. The GRSS was able to stay afloat, but due to low membership and the inability to host a public Burns Supper (our only fundraiser each year), we do not have the funds to put on a public Burns Supper for 2023.
Our Masonic friends at Doric Lodge are hosting a Burns Supper. The supper is open to all Doric members and GRSS members.
As the GRSS membership grows and financial support increases from our membership, we hope to be able to once again host a public Burns Supper!
Thank you for your understanding and check back here for future Burns Supper updates!
Every January millions of people all over the world gather to remember the songs and poems of Scotland's greatest poet, Robert Burns. During the Supper we hear Burns' poems, sing his songs, toast his memory, eat haggis, and wash it all down with Scotch whisky.
Robert Burns, known as the "Bard of Scotland", was Scotland's greatest songwriter and poet. Perhaps you've heard the phrase "the best laid plans of mice and men"? That's Burns.