Pipers, poetry and haggis

Sam Rosenburg, of the Amerscot Pipers out of Staatsburg, played the bagpipe at the Robbie Burns Dinner, an annual event at The Fountains of Millbrook. Photo by Judith O’Hara Balfe

MILLBROOK — To the tune of a lone bagpiper, a tray bearing a dish of haggis was slowly paraded around the room by the Fountain’s chef Lukas Smith, wearing white, and moving slowly to offer each diner a glimpse of this famous Scottish dish.

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