‘Great chieftain o the puddin’ race!’
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Jan 29, 2013  |  Vote 0    0

‘Great chieftain o the puddin’ race!’

Walkerton Herald-Times

A wee bit of a crowd sat down to a traditional haggis meal on Friday night at Knox Presbyterian Church to celebrate Scotland’s favourite son, Robbie Burns.

Along with the meal, the evening included a Ceilidh (kay-lee), or a sing-along, dancing, poetry, and lots of Scottish tradition.

Pictured is John Lyall (centre) reciting the Bard’s ‘Address to a Haggis’, while haggis bearer Kelly Collier, left, and piper Alan Grant look on.

About 125 people attended this year’s feast.

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