“With merry sangs, and friendly cracks / I wat they didna weary / And unco tales, and funny jokes / Their sports were cheap and cheery.” Robert Burns may have been describing the revelry of Halloween, but we don’t have to wait ‘til October for some merry tunes, laughter and cheer. For the second year, the Black Cloister celebrates the renowned poetry of Burns through music, drink, and camaraderie with Robert Burns Night. Vocal ensemble whateverandeveramen perform Burns’ poetry and traditional drinking songs while attendees enjoy cocktails and brews. Ticket includes one pour. $15. 6-9pm. Sunday, January 21.
The Black Cloister, 619 Monroe St.
419-214-1500 | facebook.com/blackcloister