sites There are three big Scottish celebrations in St. Louis, the weekend of January 25, plus a visit from the British Government.
http://www.austincountyems.com/piknik/3171 It’s a night of kilts, haggis, scotch, toasts, speeches, bagpipes and more. I had the privilege of giving the Immortal Memory last year at the Scottish St. Andrew’s Society of St. Louis dinner, attended by 250 of St. Louis’ finest.
http://peterboroughphotographicsociety.com/primeta/4454 The Scottish events surround Burns Night in St. Louis this year are:
- January 22 – Burns Night at the Schlafly Tap Room
- January 24 – The Scottish St. Andrew’s Society 43rd Annual Robert Burns Dinner
- January 25 – Burns Night at The Scottish Arms
http://hongrie-gourmande.com/frensis/2423 In addition, keep an eye open for some proper British types as Sir Peter Westmacott, the British Ambassador to the US, visits St. Louis on Friday, January 23.
http://www.hawkerucc.org/monaxinja/8511 Yes. We’re taking over. Again.