Burns Night Supper this Saturday in Franklin

Burns lived from January 25, 1759 to July 21, 1796


An evening of Scottish cuisine, music, and more is set to take place in Franklin this Saturday night.

The annual Robert Burns Night Supper begins at 5:00 p.m. at the Tartan Hall in Franklin. Dinner will be at 6 p.m.

The event is celebrated around the world and commemorates the late Scottish poet Robert Burns. “He had a reputation that puts him in the category of a modern-day rock star,” said David Blencoe of the Friends of the Scottish Tartans.

For ticket information call 524-7472, or visit the Scottish Tartans Museum.

“It’s all sort of a jolly occasion. Something to brighten up the winter months here in Franklin,” Blencoe said.