NEW Fall Classes Start September 11th – Register Now!

Dunedin Fine Art Center offers a variety of classes for children, teens, and adults, whether it is Art & Wellness, Clay, Drawing, Food Arts, Jewelry, Mixed Media, Painting (Acrylic, Oil, or Watercolor), Pastels, Photography, Printmaking, Kids and Teen Classes, or MORE!

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Fall Workshops

We’ve got the class for you… Don’t want to commit to 6 weeks? Try out one or more of our half-day, full-day, or longer workshops!

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Fall, Youth Classes

DFAC offers classes for both kids and teens. Our classes offer different variations of drawing, painting, clay, computers, photography, food arts, and much more.

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Wearable ART 17



Tampa Bay’s PREMIERE ART/fashion show– the standard by which all others are measured…

This one-night theatrical production features designers from Miami, Michigan, and Tampa Bay:

Bay to Bay Collective, Mark Byrne, Rya DeMulder, Melissa Dolce, Jeanne Halle aka Kina Kouture + Dana Rizzuto, Julian Hartzog, Johnny Hunt, Kelli-Lynn Luckey, Olga Saretsky + Kikimora Studio, Amy Wolf

7:00 pm       Pre-Party – cash bar, concession, and music at Dunedin Fine Art Center

8:00 pm       Runway Show at the Dunedin Community Center (adjacent to DFAC parking lot) for $65 – $125 seats.

8:00 pm       View the show via Live-Stream at the Dunedin Fine Art Center for $20 standing room only.

After-Party follows – cash bar, concession, music, designers, and the WA17 team at the Dunedin Fine Art Center

This is a mammoth event; pulling it off takes two facilities! Tickets are available for every budget!

Attend the spectacular live Runway Show with seats surrounding a massive runway at the Dunedin Community Center. This event is for all $65 to $125 seat ticket holders and sponsors.

Watch the simultaneous Live-Stream on the HUGE screen at the Dunedin Fine Art Center while enjoying adult beverages for $20 per person. This is a standing-room-only event with limited ADA/accessible seating available.

This is a fundraising event. Tickets are non-refundable.

2023 St. Joseph Sounds Flat Classic – Fishing Tournament


October 13 @ 7:00 am – 12:00 pm

The St. Joseph Sound Flats Classic pairs experienced captains with local business leaders, companies, sponsors, and individuals for an exciting day of catch-and-release fishing and fun while supporting the charities of the Rotary Club of Dunedin and Dunedin Boat Club.

The competition kicks off with a silent and live auction during the cocktail hour and dinner. Additional tickets are available for purchase for those guests who choose not to fish.

On Friday morning, anglers will board their flats boats captained by a professional fishing guide and set out on the St. Joseph Sound. It’s worry-free fishing for you and your friends or clients. Fishing licenses are not required, and each vessel is fully stocked with the following:

Fishing tackle and baitBeverages and food, Tips, and instruction for new anglers, Help reel in the big one!

2023 St. Joseph Sound Flats Classic – Dinner and Live Auction


Participating in the St. Joseph Sound Flats Classic makes you an integral part of our mission to empower and improve lives. Your support will provide vital grants to local charity organizations, ensuring that their impactful work continues to make a difference. Join us for the auction on 10/12/2023 and be a catalyst for change.

October 12 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

You must have purchased a ticket to attend.

North Pinellas County Democratic Club – August 2023 Monthly Meeting – In-Person & Zoom

North Pinellas Democratic Party

The North Pinellas County Democratic Club will hold its monthly meeting on Thursday, August  17, 2023.  Our in-person meeting will be held at the Scottish Cultural Center, 917 Louden Ave in Dunedin. Our meeting starts with social time at 6:30 pm, followed by the business meeting at 7:00 pm. We’ll provide a Zoom link on August 16 for those who wish to join virtually. 

This month we welcome Bryan Beckman (campaign manager for incumbent Councilmember Kathleen Beckman) and Beth Davis to discuss strategies for the March 2024 Clearwater elections; Candidate filings begin Sept 20th.  Vote by Mail for Clearwater voters is the key to winning!
We will also get updates from our District 57 and 58 Chairs on the organization happening in our districts and where we still need help.  We need everyone to get involved.  

Seven Nations In Concert

Saturday, August 19th, 2023, 7:30 PM

We are getting our concert season off to the best possible start with one of the hottest bands in Celtic Music. The Scottish Cultural Center is proud to welcome back Seven Nations live in concert for a very special concert at the Scottish Cultural Center.  Seven Nations are one of the best live bands in Celtic Music, and we are so proud to have them back at our concert hall.

Seven Nations will offer a fantastic evening of songs, stories, and tunes. The original Seven Nations lineup of drums, guitars, and bass made room for bagpipes and fiddle to develop a unique Celtic sound and driving, original songs honed by 20 years of touring and over a million miles on the road. Their rollicking style is blended with a charismatic, passionate stage presence creating an unforgettable live experience.

The concert will be held at the Scottish Cultural Center in downtown Dunedin, 917 Louden Avenue (across from Caledonia Brewing).

You can Purchase Tickets Online:
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The Scottish Cultural Center is proud to produce live musical events for the Dunedin Community. The Scottish Cultural Center is the focal point of Dunedin’s Scottish Arts Program, and the Scottish American Society is proud to present these Celtic concerts in partnership with the Cultural Center.   As a 501 C 3 organization, proceeds from these events go to supporting the Scottish Arts Programs in Dunedin as well as maintaining the Scottish Cultural Center, which is one of Dunedin’s Historical Landmarks.!* 


Join us to promote world peace from the ground up!

Feb 23, 2022 

Rotary has a long history of promoting peace and addressing the underlying causes of conflict around the world. This initiative serves as a partnership between the City of Dunedin and our three Dunedin Rotary clubs to continue this tradition.

The beacon will serve as a promise that we do our part to keep the project’s message, “May Peace Prevail on Earth,” alive and well.

Location Details:

Dunedin Community Center – Highlander Park

February 23rd | 6:00pm

1920 Pinehurst Rd

Dunedin, FL 34698


Invitation to Participate in the Disability-Friendly Dunedin Survey









Link can also be accessed through the city website from

July 12 through July 26, 2021  

  • 100 – 1000 adults with disabilities and family members and caregivers of people with disabilities are expected to participate in the survey
  • There are no costs, reimbursements, or compensations for taking part in the survey
  • The survey will take about an hour and a half to complete. You can take a break and come back to finish the survey later if you choose. There are no known personal benefits to participation, other than providing guidance to the city to improve disability accessibility and inclusion

For more information, contact the study’s Principal Investigator,

Dr. Sara Green, at

PUBLIC RECORDS NOTICE: Under Florida law, e-mail addresses are public records. If you do not want your e-mail address released in response to a public records request, do not send electronic mail to this entity. Instead, contact this office by phone or in writing. Pursuant to FLORIDA STATUTE 119.12, public record requests to inspect or copy public records may be made to the city’s custodian of public records, City Clerk Rebecca Schlichter, 1415 Pinehurst Road, Suite D, Dunedin, Florida 34698, or email:, or phone (727) 298-3034 or facsimile (727) 298-3505. Pursuant to Florida Statute 119.12, if you wish to assert that you were denied access to inspect or copy a public record, you must provide a written notice to the city’s custodian of records, identifying it as a public records request, at least five business days before filing a civil action. The notice period begins on the day the written notice of the request is received by the custodian of public records, excluding Saturday, Sunday, and legal holidays, and runs until 5 business days have elapsed. The contact information for the city’s custodian of public records is posted in the city’s primary administrative building in which public records are routinely created, sent, received, maintained, and requested and on the city’s website.

Dunedin Garden Club – November Meeting

Dunedin Garden Club November 2, 1 PM Meeting at the Dunedin Library.

Our featured speaker James Stevenson will enlighten us about “Kitchen Botany”.

James is Natural Resources Educator, University of Florida.

He will explore where our fruits and vegetables, herbs & spices really come from & how many come from wild plants.

Guests are welcome!

More info:

Concert in the Park -Skerryvore

Skerryvore, one of the best Celtic bands in the World will be appearing at Pioneer Park, Main Street Dunedin.

The concert starts at 5:00 pm on January 12, 2019, and also includes Pipers, Dancers, and Celtic Conundrum in concert

Phone #: (727) 582-5086

Haggis Concert Skerryvore

Skerryvore, one of the best Celtic bands in the World will be appearing in the SAS Hall, Louden Avenue.

Date and Time: January 10, 2019 starting 7:00 PM.

Tickets available at the Celtic Shop of Dunedin.

$12 in advance $15 on the night of.

Phone #: (727)582-5086

New Years Eve Hogmanay Party

Bring in the New Year the Traditional Scottish Way at the Scottish American Society hall on Louden Avenue, Dunedin.

Date and Time: December 31, 2018, start at 7:00 PM until 1:00 AM.

Phone #: (727) 582-5086


Drive the Divergent Diamond!

At our November meeting, the Florida DOT showed us several potential turning solutions to the traffic woes at the intersection of Alt US 19 and Curlew Road. Among those was the Divergent Diamond Interchange. Here is a simulator game that will allow you to drive through the different parts of a Divergent Diamond Interchange. The other links will take you to more information about the designs or to locations that have or are planning to construct these new designs.

Taoist Tai Chi Society Open House

Come to the Taoist Tai Chi Society Open House on Saturday, January 5 from Noon to 1:00 p.m.

The Open House will include Tai Chi demonstrations and audience participation.

The Taoist Tai Chi 108 move set can help increase strength and flexibility as well as improve circulation and balance.

New beginner classes will start January 6, 2019.

Call 727-733-0860 for more information.

1370 Main Street, Dunedin FL 34698


Dunedin Faith-Base Consortium

The City of Dunedin’s Social Service Committee would like to invite you to attend the inaugural meeting of the Dunedin Faith-Base Consortium. This is an amazing opportunity to bring the missions of your organizations together, for one hour, each quarter, to learn how to help one other.

We hope you will join us on Tuesday, November 7, 2018 from 8 a.m. – 9 a.m. at the First United Methodist Church of Dunedin at 421 Main Street, within the Friendship Hall, room 108.  We will be offering a free Continental breakfast provided by Panera Bread.

We are pleased to announce the guest speaker for our first event will be the Florida Dream Center’s Adopt-A-Block program.

We hope to see you there!  The public is welcome to join us. This event is free but we are asking individuals and organizations to please RSVP their attendance to

Dunedin Youth Guild 49th Annual Holiday Tour of Homes

On Saturday, December 1, 2018, the Dunedin Youth Guild will host the 49th Annual Holiday Tour of Homes. This year’s theme is “Christmas in Our Town” and is reflected in the six Dunedin homes, the recently expanded Dunedin History Museum and the newly renovated historic Fenway Hotel that are all included in this year’s tour.  Proceeds from this event benefit the Dunedin Youth Guild’s youth scholarship program and other youth-focused community improvement projects.

Advance tickets are available for $25.00 around the town of Dunedin:  Dunedin Chamber of Commerce, Dunedin Community Center, Hale Center, Dunedin History Museum and Dunedin Fine Art Center.   Advance tickets are also available for purchase online at our website:  Tickets can be purchased for $30.00 the day of the event at Mease Manor, 700 Mease Drive, in Dunedin.  The tours are open from 10 am to 3:30 pm and the Holiday Tea is open from 11 am to 3:30 pm.   Visit our website at, like us on Facebook (Dunedin Youth Guild), or call us at 727-734-0394 to get up-to-date information.  We look forward to seeing you at this year’s Holiday Tour of Homes!

Dunedin Garden Club November Meeting

The Dunedin Garden Club’s November meeting is Saturday, Nov. 3rd.  The business meeting starts at 1:00 pm at the Dunedin Public Library 223 Douglas Ave, Dunedin, FL 34698 and will be followed by a presentation:  Growing Herbs in Florida By Master Gardeners Marianne Martin and Jan Rosser.   Please join the members of the Dunedin Garden Club as we learn how to create an edible garden of hardy herbs that do well in Florida weather.  All are welcome to attend!

Time:  Business Meeting 1:00 pm followed by Presentation at 2:00 pm

Place:  Dunedin Public Library Meeting Room

Date:  November 3, 2018

Address:  223 Douglas Ave, Dunedin, FL 34698

Briony A. Tomalesky

Publicity/Promotion Chairman

Dunedin Garden Club

Country & Bluegrass Jamboree

Sunday, September 16th starting at 1:00 PM until!

$4.00 Per person.

Join us for door prizes, dancing, soft drinks, and 50/50 raffle.

Bring your Instrument!

Proceeds will be used for Hall Preservation.