• Dunedin's Little Scottish Hall

    Coming Up…Haggis Celtic Concerts

    Beginning in September 2021, we hope you will join us! The Scottish American Society are proud to kick off our 4th Season of Haggis Celtic Concerts with a Spectacular Show, featuring Off Kilter, one of the best and most popular Celtic Bands coming from the State of Florida. This show will be held in the City of Dunedin’s Conmy Center, a beautiful huge venue (holds 1,000!) 750 San Salvador Dr, Dunedin, on September 18th. Doors open at 5PM. Opening the show is the Isle of Skye Highland Dancers, followed by the Byrne Brothers, a super-talented Irish family band! Tickets are on sale now at Eventbrite.com. Prices start at $25 for…

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    Shrek! The Musical

    The Progressive Arts Drama Group of Dunedin is rehearsing a special show at the Scottish Cultural Center! Under the leadership of Kirsten Stiff-Walker, these talented youth will be performing Shrek! The Musical! at our facility the weekend of July 23, 24 and 25th! Follow the instructions on the poster above to purchase tickets! The last two shows performed by the group SOLD OUT!

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    Happy Hogmanay

    We wish all of our members and friends a very happy Hogmanay and best wishes for the New Year 2021. This year has been difficult for all of us, and we have experienced loss in so many ways. May the new year bring good luck and good fortune to you all, and may we once again be safe to gather together to celebrate our Scottish traditions. We are so very sorry to have cancelled St. Andrews Night and our Hogmanay party, and look forward to the days ahead of good health for all.

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    2nd Friday Vintage Market

    We have joined with The Honu Restaurant and Caledonia Brewing to offer a night of fun to visitors downtown Dunedin. On the 2nd Friday of the month, from 5 to 9 pm, we are offering drinks on the patio! Friday, December 11th, come on down to celebrate the holidays!: Scottish Cridhe, Scottish cookies, shortbread, pickles, salsa and more! Usborne Children’s Books Ubee Nutrition, Natural Vitamins and Supplements Brun Rub, “The Revolution of BBQ”

  • Haggis Celtic Concerts

    Haggis Celtic Concerts

    We began in the Fall of 2018 bringing a total of 9 concerts of wonderful Celtic music to Downtown Dunedin.  The talent was tremendous and the crowd was thrilled!  Bands included Runa, MacGilliossa, Screaming Orphans, Seven Nations, and Skerryvore!  We thank you for your support to the Hall as well as our on-going fundraising for Dunedin Cares, our local foodbank for the hungry and needy.  In Fall of 2019 we started out with a fantastic Irish band, Derek Warfield and the Wolfe Tones in September.  October brought The Finns, November was The Byrne Brothers, and December our first Celtic Christmas Concert with dancers from the Isle of Skye Highland Dancers,…

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    Historic Landmark

    On Thursday, August 22, 2019, members of the Dunedin City Commission presented the Scottish American Society of Dunedin a plaque commemorating the building designated as a Historic Landmark.  With the naming of a new Historic Preservation Advisory Committee in 2018, an Ordinance was approved to review criteria and recognize individual landmarks around the City.  With the passage of Ordinance 19-22, the Scottish American Society Hall was Dunedin’s first locally designated historic landmark.

  • Dunedin's Little Scottish Hall

    Welcome….

    to the Scottish American Society of Dunedin! We are conveniently located in delightful downtown Dunedin off Main Street across from the Caledonia Brewery. The City of Dunedin is rich in Scottish heritage. Dunedin (Dun-Eideann, Gaelic for Edinburgh) was founded by two Scotsmen in the 19th Century. With a Sister City relationship founded in 1964 with Stirling, Scotland, Dunedin maintains its strong Scottish roots. The Scottish American Society of Dunedin was founded in 1980 and today remains true to its mission, promoting and preserving the Scottish culture. It is easy to wander the streets of Dunedin and hear the bagpipes playing and seeing people in kilts!