Springtime in The Hammock – Guided Nature Tours

Join Friends of the Hammock on Saturday March 11, 2017 9 AM to Noon for free guided nature walks in Hammock Park featuring the newly purchased eight acres.  Join naturalists Art Finn, City of  Safety Harbor Arborist,  Dr. Craig Huegel, Biology professor  St. Petersburg College and Craig Wilson , City of Dunedin Arborist and learn about this amazing 98 acre park in the heart of Dunedin.

Learn how the newly purchased land will help protect the plants, trees  and animals within the Hammock.  Water will be provided.  Free ice cream treats following the event. Tours will start from the main entrance picnic shelters,

1900 San Mateo Drive

44th Annual Scholarship Luncheon and Fashion Show – Sat. March 4th

The Dunedin Youth Guild will host their 44th Annual Scholarship Luncheon and Fashion Show on Saturday, March 4, 2017 at the Conmy Center (Our Lady of Lourdes Church). The theme for this year’s Fashion Show is “Destination Dunedin!” with fashions provided by Chico’s at Westfield Countryside Mall.

Doors open for a social hour at 11:00 am and lunch will be served at noon.  Additionally, there will be door prizes and many opportunities will be available to purchase tickets for beautiful items donated by members and generous merchants and friends of the Dunedin Youth Guild.

The cost is $35.00 per person and reserved tickets can be purchased from any Dunedin Youth Guild member or by calling 727-734-0394.

Seating is limited so early ticket purchases are advised.  This event helps support the Scholarship Program for Dunedin students.  View full details on our Calendar of Events.

Robert Burns Supper at the Scottish Hall


Traditional event celebrates birthday of Scottish Poet Robert Burns

Dunedin, Fla – Dec.15 – Celebrating Scottish poet Robert Burns’ birthday has long been an established tradition for Dunedin’s Scottish American Society members, guests and residents of Pinellas County.  Burns’ Night, held every January in Dunedin’s historic Scottish Hall, is the only Robert Burns’ Supper held in Dunedin.  Historically speaking, the Burns’ Supper was first held in memoriam by Burns’ friends in Scotland following his death in 1796.

At 6:00pm, guests arriving at the 79 year old Scottish Hall on 917 Louden Avenue are greeted by a bagpiper who “pipes them in” to the gaily decorated historic wood structure with walls adorned with over 40 Clan Crests and Scottish memorabilia.   Dinner is served shortly after when guests have been seated.  The centerpiece for the formal dinner is the traditional Scottish dish haggis celebrated by Burns in his Address to a Haggis along with Scotch whiskyThe formal evening follows a standard format beginning with the piping in of guests and ending with toasts and recitations of Burns’ poetry. Open to the public as are all Scottish American Society events, the Burns’ Supper is usually held on or near the poet’s birthday on January 25, 1759. This year’s event will take place on Saturday, January 21st.Continue reading

Newcomer Club 3rd Annual Bunco Party Benefits The Haven

The Newcomers Club of Greater Dunedin announces it’s Third Annual Bunco Party at the United Methodist Church Fellowship hall on Friday, February 17th.

Bunco is a fun social dice game with no skill required. Come and meet new people. Cost is $10.00 per person. Dessert, coffee and tea will be served. Cash prizes will be awarded. Proceeds benefit The Haven, a domestic violence shelter.

Tickets can be purchased from any club member, at the Chamber of Commerce or by calling 727-756-1862.

Friday, February 17, 2017
7:00 pm to 10:00 pm
First United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall
411 Wood Street, Dunedin FL 34698


2nd Annual Dunedin Tartan Ball

Dress up in your finest Tartan and join us for a celebration of the work of Robert Burns. Starts at 6 pm with Cocktails and Hors d’oeuvres, followed by a 4-course delicious meal provided by Delectables Catering.  Music and dancing by Gloria West & the Gents.

Open to everyone, tickets are on sale at Lothian Kilt Rentals on Main Street, Dunedin or on line at http://www.dunedinscottishartsfoundation.com/tartan-ball/

Keeping our Scottish Heritage alive!

United Faiths Walk of Peace

The Church of the Goufwp-poster3od Shepherd, Masjid al Salaam, The Taoist Tai Chi Society and Congregation Beth Shalom invite people of faith and all our neighbors to walk, talk and connect in community and camaraderie as a sign of our hope that the world might live in Peace.

Gather at 2PM at Hammock Park to walk together through Dunedin stopping at several houses of faith.

For more information, contact the Rev. Becky Robbins-Penniman 727-733-4125

Show Me Your Stuff

DCO Members will have the opportunity to promote their organization or business to hundreds of Dunedin residents at DCO Presents:  Show Me Your Stuff.  Space is limited so reserve your table now. The City of Dunedin and DCO Members will be making presentations on community development, parks & recreation, permitting, and MORE! Everyone will be able to enjoy a light breakfast, sample local fare at lunchtime, and get to know many of our neighbors as well as fellow DCO members. Have questions? Call George Nigro at 727.686.6750 or email showme@dunedincouncil.org.dco-flyer-for-website

Charity Whisky Tasting – October 29th

Charity Whisky TastingWhiskey Tasting
Saturday, October 29, 2016
Public Welcome
$45 per person – RSVP prior to October 7th
Raffle & Silent Auction
Mail check to: Scottish American Society
P.O. Box 2606
Dunedin, FL 34697

Harvey A. Smith
Scottish American Society of Dunedin
917 Louden Avenue
Dunedin, FL 34698

A Triathlon That Benefits Dunedin!

The Dunedin Triathlon is held on June 12th, 2016 on Honeymoon Island. While Dunedin’s world class sprint 20d173_d83c4344e29d4d328f37b2d8cec65310triathlon happens only once a year, this amazing fundraising event benefits the local community all year long. Through the efforts of the Rotary most of the funds raised go to local charities that help students, scholarships, homeless and those in need right in our local community.

Register to race or sign up to volunteer — but don’t be left out of this exciting event. Click here for full details:


Eat Amazing Pancakes and Support Dunedin Fire Department 9/11 Memorial

13227148_10153727779689163_628696235251344640_nEnjoy a Pancake Breakfast served by your very own Dunedin Fire Department in an effort to raise funds for a 9/11 Memorial to be built at Fire Station 61. The Memorial will feature a steel piece from one of the fallen World Trade Center Towers. The Memorial is to honor the brave Firefighters that were lost during the 9/11 attacks.

Pancakes, Sausage, Coffee & Orange Juice for $8 donation, Kids 12 and under $4.

More information: 727-298-3102