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The Robert Burns Club of Milwaukee is a non profit organization dedicated to preserving the living memory of Scotlandís great, 18th century bard Robert Burns.

Winnipeg Robert Burns Club

Is proud to be members of both the Robert Burns association of North America (RBANA) and, since 1911, of the Robert Burns World Federation.


Irvine Burns† Club is one of the oldest Burns Clubs in the World, with an unbroken history dating back to its formation on 2nd June 1826.


Burns tried in vain to farm the land at Ellisland, but despite its barren soil the tranquil settings inspired some of his best-loved nature poems.

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Text Box: Dalry Burns Club has the longest, continuous record of anniversary dinners in the world; 
while other distinguished clubs were established at an earlier date, 
none can match Dalry's unbroken record of celebration of the life and works of Robert Burns.


Paisleyís Community Website outlines the history of Paisley as well as the visitor attractions that make Scotlandís largest town a great place to visit or stay.


Scotland Internet is a directory of Scottish websites that promote, give information† or initiate discussion on all topics close to Scotlandís heart, including Robert Burns.

Text Box: Inveraray Burns Club was formed in 28th April 2006 to celebrate the life and works of Robert Burns, Scotlandís Poet and most famous Son.

Cumbernauld & District Burns Club was formed in 1942 and was affiliated with the Burns Federation on 20th March 1943 and registered No. 581 on the Roll of Federated Societies.

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The Bowhill People's Burns Club was founded in 1940 during the Second World War with the aim "to perpetuate the memory of BurnsĒ

Text Box: The Heather and Thistle Society was founded in 1953 by Scots living in Houston who wished to "cultivate an interest in and fond recollections of Scotland, its history and traditions .
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Borealis is the five-piece band performing the songs of Robert Burns in a contemporary style: a fusion of jazz, classical, folk and blues.

The Magic of Scotland. Our aim is to connect all those with a passion for Scotland with all that is magical about Scotland.  Inspired by this year's Homecoming Scotland, the 2009 Clan Gathering and Burns' 250th Anniversary, we felt that there was no better way to showcase the beauty of Scotland than through our large selection of audio-visual clips


The Scottish Society of San Antonioís objectives are to stimulate, encourage, support, and sponsor activities leading to the preservation of Scottish customs, traditions and culture.

Robert Burns Club of Milwaukee

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The Robert Burns World Federation

The definitive educational internet site for beginners and experts alike, and a growing interactive resource on all matters relating to the life and times of
Robert Burns

The website of the Alexandria Burns Club where we celebrate the life and times of Scotland's national bard, Robert Burns.



Robert Burns lived, worked and died in Dumfries. The Burns Howff Club is a society celebrating his life, works and contribution to Scottish heritage.

Scotland Internet
Scotland's gateway to the Internet

Paisley Burns Club does not confine its activities to an annual dinner. The Club meets each month from September to April, and also has a Summer Outing in June.