Burns Dinner 2021: The date has been selected for January 16th, 4pm, at St. Wenceslaus Church Parish Hall. The theme has been chosen as Scottish Animals. If you would like to help plan next years event, the council will be meeting at 7pm at Noodles and Company on Collins Road on the following dates: Sept 22nd, Oct 27th, Nov 24th, Dec 22nd, Jan 12th, and Feb 23rd. We would appreciate any who would like to help!
*DEADLINE TO REGISTER IS JANUARY 11TH* It is nearly time for Burns Dinner again! Time to make your reservations! Click on the above tab “Burns Dinner 2020” Here is what you need to know: WHAT: Annual Burns Dinner, by H.A.G.G.I.S. 2020WHEN: Saturday, January 18th, social hour starts at 4pm, ceremony starts at 5pmHOW: Go to …
It is nearly time for Burns Dinner again! Time to make your reservations! Click on the above tab “Burns Dinner 2019” Here is what you need to know: WHAT: Annual Burns Dinner, by H.A.G.G.I.S. 2019 WHEN: Saturday, January 19th, social hour starts at 4pm, ceremony starts at 5pm HOW: Go to www.haggis-iowa.com, click on the …
Getting some questions about our festival so, if you missed previous statements about it, it bears repeating that the group has decided not to continue with further festivals. While unfortunate, it was a decision based on many factors and decided upon by our council. We will still continue to promote our annual Burns Dinners and …
It’s time to make your reservations for our annual Burns Dinner! Click on the link above to pay by PayPal, or for instructions to send payment by mail. Reservations are due by January 20th! Also: *share this event with your friends and family-let’s get it plastered all over Facebook* *Bring a dessert to share and …
Dear HAGGIS members, Here is some information relating to the most recent council meeting, and upcoming events: 1) EVENT: Bloomsday Kilt Krawl, Friday, June 17th, 7pm, starting at Parlor City Join us as we celebrate our Irish roots HAGGIS-Style! Bloomsday is a commemoration and celebration of the life of Irish writer James Joyce during which …
Join us as we celebrate Tartan Day, a celebration of Scottish heritage, remembering the date on which the Declaration of Arbroath was signed in 1320. We will have social dancing and festivities, with live music provided by Lilywren. Saturday, April 9th, 6pm at Dublin City Pub, in Cedar Rapids.
Here is the menu for our Burns Dinner, provided by Congrats Catering: shepherd’s pie, neeps, tatties, veggies, and soda bread. And, of course, there will be haggis!
We are pleased to announce the band, Lilywren, will be performing for our Burns Dinner! Check them out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mQxXdNMESYc&feature=em-upload_owner#action=share
Celebrate a Scottish tradition with H.A.G.G.I.S.! We will be hosting our annual Robert Burns Dinner Saturday, January 30th, at the St. Wenceslaus Catholic Church in Cedar Rapids. There will be a raffle table, traditional ceremony with toasts, and traditional food including shepherd’s pie, neeps, and (of course) haggis! The evening will be conclude with traditional …