Experience Burns Night Dinner At Historic Rural Hill

Join us for a celebration of Scottish heritage and culture at Historic Rural Hill on the evening of Saturday, January 27, 2024 · 6 – 9pm for our annual Burns Night Dinner.

The event will feature a three-course dinner and one free pour of Scotch whisky for the toast to the immortal memory of Robert Burns. The dinner will be catered by Savory Moments Catering.

Throughout the night, we’ll be raising a glass to the life and legacy of Robert Burns, with a series of toasts and speeches honoring the Bard of Scotland.

To set the mood for the evening, we’ll have live Scottish piping. Our guests are encouraged to come dressed in their best tartan and kilts.

Space for this premier event is limited, and tickets must be purchased in advance. A silent auction will be held throughout the evening and there will be a cash bar with beer, wine, and Scotch whisky.

Doors will open at 6pm and meals will begin being served around 6:45pm.

Don’t miss this unforgettable night of Scottish tradition, community, and revelry at Historic Rural Hill. We can’t wait to celebrate with you!

Burns Nights are held around the world in celebration of Poet Robert Burns’ birthday typically around January 25th. The tradition started in July of 1801 when his friends met at his old home to celebrate the 5th year since his passing. A traditional Burns Night consists of haggis being piped in, a three course meal, several drams of whisky and performances honoring Burns’ great works. For more detailed information on Burns Night, visit the link below.

This event is proudly sponsored by the McIntosh Law Firm and presented by Historic Rural Hill.

Thank you to Eli Beverly and Associates for sponsoring Burns Night 2024.

Celebrating more than 250 years in history…Rural Hill is the former homestead of Major John and Violet Davidson. The 265-acre site is maintained and promoted by Historic Rural Hill Inc. and features annual events such as the Loch Norman Highland Games, the Rural Hill Amazing Maize Maze, the Rural Hill Sheepdog Trials, and the NC Brewers and Music Festival. Historic Rural Hill Inc. is a non-profit organization supported through membership and donations and with proceeds from its events utilized for the preservation of Historic Rural Hill and its education efforts. For more information on events or for financial support accepted securely online, please visit www.ruralhill.net.