173RD ANNUAL FEAST OF THE HAGGIS
The 173rd Annual Feast of the Haggis - Saint Andrew’s Day Gala
Saturday, December 1, 2018
Cultural Centre of Chicago
The Illinois Saint Andrew Society, now known as the Chicago Scots, was established in 1845 when a group of Scots came together to celebrate the Feast of Saint Andrew, Scotland's patron saint. Every year for 173 years, despite world wars, great depressions and fires, the Society has hosted the "Feast of the Haggis" - never missing a year and making this event Chicago's longest running black tie dinner and we look forward to welcoming you to the 173rd year of the Feast!
Proceeds from this event benefit Caledonia Senior Living and Memory Care.