The Scottish American Society of Dunedin is one of the City’s oldest 501c3 organizations. We are dedicated to preserving Dunedin’s Scottish Heritage and sustaining the Scottish Arts within the Community.
Based in the newly designated historic landmark in Dunedin, the Scottish Cultural Center at 917 Louden Avenue, Dunedin, the SAS provides grants to students who are enrolled in the various Scottish programs within Dunedin.
We need to keep the Scottish Culture going in Dunedin as an integral part of Dunedin’s identity. With participants in the program visiting many cities throughout the USA, Canada and Scotland, it brings attention to this delightful City and draws visitors from all over! You will be helping this program by donating to the Scottish American Society.
- You can TARGET the markets you want to reach, online, in print, and in person.
- You can REACH a focused audience who enjoy live music as well as a social program.
- You can STRENGTHEN your corporate image and enhance employee pride.
- Customers and employees appreciate businesses that DO GOOD IN THE COMMUNITY.
- TAX BENEFITS: You may be able to write off a portion of your expenses as advertising, or as a donation to a 501c Non-Profit organization— The Scottish American Society of Dunedin.
- You choose how you want to present your MESSAGE.
The Scottish American Society also produces the Haggis Celtic Concert series. These monthly concerts which started in September 2018 are open to the public, and have brought some of the best traditional and modern Celtic Music performers, currently traveling the USA, to Dunedin.
In January 2020, we introduced the first DunedinLive: Haggis Winter Music Fest. This new festival in Downtown Dunedin featured Celtic Music, not only in the Scottish American Society Hall, but also in many venues in Downtown Dunedin over the entire weekend. This Festival include films and workshops with the artists regarding Celtic music, the instruments, and the culture, and demonstrations from the City’s Highland Dance and Piping programs.
Why should you become an Affiliate member? Benefits include:
- 2 Tickets to A Haggis Celtic Concert of your choice.
- A “Supporter of the Scottish American Society of Dunedin” Decal to display in your business.
- A Bi-monthly E-Newsletter
- A listing on the SAS-Dunedin Website
- A listing on the Scottish American Society Facebook Page
HOW DO YOU BECOME AN AFFILIATE MEMBER?
What is the cost? The Cost is $175 Annually.
You can join by Paypal, see below:
Affiliate Membership $175
Or you complete the form below and either mail it with a check to Scottish American Society, Affiliate Membership Program, P.O. Box 2606, Dunedin, FL, 34697 or send an email requesting a phone call to take your credit card over the phone to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are very fortunate to have the following professionals who operate businesses in our area and support our efforts in the preservation and promotion of Scottish culture through music, dance and history.
CALADESI ISLAND CONNECTION – A beautiful ferry between Honeymoon Island and Caladesi Island. www.caladesiferry.org
CUENI BREWING COMPANY – A small craft brewery on the Pinellas Trail downtown Dunedin. Huntley Avenue. www.cuenibrewing.com
CURLEW HILLS MEMORIAL GARDENS – A beautiful place to celebrate the life of your loved ones. Palm Harbor on Curlew. www.curlewhills.com
HAPPY’S BAYOU BITES – Po’boys, gumbo, great Southern Creole cooking! Downtown Dunedin. www.happysbayoubites.com
HOME PLATE RESTAURANT – Home cooked meals, neighborhood hangout, across from Dunedin Stadium at 234 Douglas Avenue. homeplatedunedin.weebly.com
THE HONU RESTAURANT – Hawaiian themed Lei’d back cafe in Downtown Dunedin! Polynesian Paradise Tiki Bar and live music! Located close to our building at 516 Grant Street. thehonurestaurant.com
CALEDONIA BREWING -A wonderful small batch craft brewery in the heart of Downtown Dunedin, across the street from the Scottish American Society at 587 Main Street. Housed in the historic Dunedin Times building with a pet friendly outdoor patio. Caledonia is the name given to Scotland by the Romans and is a nod to the local Scottish heritage here in Dunedin, with the Unicorn (Scotland’s national animal) featured on their logo and decor. www.caledoniabrewing.com.
JOSEPH A. GARRISON, CPA – Dunedin’s CPA, located near the Stadium on Douglas Avenue. www.dunedincpa.com
REBECCA WELLBORN, COASTAL PROPERTIES – Looking for real estate? Experience makes the difference! email@example.com https://www.facebook.com/thecoastalrealtor