Photos by Dana MacPhail Touesnard Cathy Campbell helped wrap up the Robbie Burns Dinner with a Gaelic song in St. Peter’s on Saturday.
Immediately following the official ceremony dedicated to the haggis, the cutting and serving begins.
(From the left): Clare Mombourquette, Cailin Carter, Erin MacLellan, and Tia Landry performed some fiddle tunes during the 16th Annual Robbie Burns Dinner in St. Peter’s.
The Richmond Highlanders helped kick off the Robbie Burns Dinner in St. Peter’s on Saturday. More than 100 tickets were sold for the 16th annual event.
The Island Steppers were among the dancers providing entertainment during the St. Peter’s Robbie Burns Dinner, which was hosted by the Richmond MacAdian Ceilidh Dancers.
Three of the youngest members of Les Pieds au Vol are pictured during the Robbie Burns dinner in St. Peter’s.
The Richmond MacAdian Ceilidh Dancers hosted the Robbie Burns dinner in St. Peter’s and performed during the 16th annual event.
Rev. Victor MacLeod offered a “Toast to Old Scotland.”
Clare Mombourquette (left) and Raya Landry, members of the Richmond Highlanders dance troupe, performed a special dance to the Ed Sheeran song, Nancy Mulligan as well as a sword dance.
The arrival of the haggis was led by piper Ian N. MacKenzie.
Don McLean led the “Toast to the Queen.”
Rev. Carolyn MacLeod delivered the “Selkirk Grace” during the 16th annual Robbie Burns dinner in St. Peter’s on January 20.
Rev. Allan MacMillan, accompanied by Rosemary McLean, performed the “Star of Robbie Burns.”
Ken Leachman delivered the “Toast to the Lassies,” while his wife Pat, pictured waiting in the wings, offered a reply.