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Lost Spur Event Center

2750 Sibley Memorial Highway

Eagan, MN 55121

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The Minnesota Scottish Fair Fundraiser & Burns Night Supper Featuring the "Gunn Slingers"

Robert Burns is a celebrated Scottish poet and songwriter. He is widely considered the national poet of Scotland and was an important influence on the early Romantic Movement.

During his lifetime, he was well known, but gained little financial compensation for his works. However, after his death, his reputation blossomed and he became an icon of Scottish Culture. Burns Night is celebrated on or near his birthday of January 25th, with Burns Suppers around the world.

Festivities include: Cash Bar, Traditional Toasts, Haggis, music by the "Gunn Slingers," Piping, Drumming, Highland Dancing and Ceilidh Dancing led by Neil Gunn, Neil will also give a "Toast to the Haggis."

There will a Silent Auction and Raffle Items available.

Ceilidh only (8pm start time) tickets are available for Burns Night featuring Neil Gunn and the GunnSlingers.

Proceeds exceeding Burns Supper expenses will go to support the Minnesota Scottish Fair & Highland Games.

After January 15, 2022 all supper prices will increase by $5.

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The Minnesota Scottish Fair & Highland Games (MSFHG) is a 501(c)3 organized exclusively for charitable and educational purposes, to promote and preserve Scottish traditions, and heritage through education, competitions, and public display, with a goal to establish and maintain a Scottish Cultural Center.

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