December 15, 2014 by WhiteStone
We will be celebrating Burns Night on Saturday, January 28th, the weekend day closest to the great man’s birthday. Come and ginger up your January starting at 5:30 pm with an evening of tradition and fun as we celebrate our annual Burns Night with the music, supper, poems, and songs that have been part of this event since 1801. Emcee par excellence and renowned bagpiper Eric Goodchild will be here again to show us all how deftly he can stab that haggis!
Space is limited, but you can book now at www.brownpapertickets.com search The Deerfield Inn, click on Robert Burns Supper, click on the picture of the Bard himself, click on purchase tickets. Kilts, ghillies, tartan scarf, plaid sash, sporran, sgian dubh – bring it all out if you have it and wear it with pride!
PS Some rooms just for Burns Supper merrymakers are being held at a rate to make a Scotsman smile. Call us at 413-774-5587.
April 1, 2014 by WhiteStone
Champney’s is a beautiful choice for a birthday or anniversary celebration. Alicia is with you from start to finish with the details, our team is always on top of events in the works so we all know the part we need to play, the kitchen has dedicated prep cooks to ready your requirements, and we have three bakers in-house – Andrea, Emily, and Matt. Call us or email Alicia Graves at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to mark a special occasion in your life!
February 7, 2014 by WhiteStone
The Burns Supper was a Blast!
We were able to celebrate the great Scottish poet’s birthday again this year – and on the actual day of his birth, too. We had quite a few who were new to the proceedings, and their faces were a picture when Master Piper and emcee Eric Goodchild pulled his sgian dubh out of his sock and stabbed the haggis he had just been reciting an ode to.
The evening was the traditional one of pipes, songs, and verse, with the toast to the lassies, and the lassies’ reply. Lots of tartan and sashes and kilts. Much toasting and cheering, especially when we had a power cut. Everybody seemed so charmed to be dining by candlelight with the violinist playing soft, plaintive airs that they all booed when the power came back on!
Such a fun way to spend a cold winter night and experience a cultural tradition unchanged since its inception on the western isles in 1801 as a tribute to the Alan Lomax of his day.
December 13, 2013 by WhiteStone
Composer and pianist Andy Jaffe and silken-voiced chanteuse Gisele l’Italien will be here to entertain us with their stylish renderings of romantic classics for a relaxed welcome to the new year. We serve 6-10 pm. Make your on-line reservations now, or call us at 413-772-3087!
Enjoy fabulous specials in addition to our winter menu, and as midnight nears join us for bubbly and chocolates as we raise a racket with squeakers and horns to keep harm away from 2014.
It’s a midweek night so rates are low with no minimums. So come on! Come and have a snuggle-up sleepover and join us for a late breakfast.