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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! This Friday, October 9th, we will have live music! We also have the following vendors: Scottish Cridhe, Scottish cookies, shortbread, pickles, salsa and more! Dunedin Bike Tours Ubee Nutrition, Natural Vitamins and Supplements Brun Rub, “The Revolution of BBQ” Celtic Realty BJ’s Wholesale Club

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    Life Member Ethel Urquhart

    The Scottish American Society of Dunedin mourns the loss of Ethel Urquhart, a tiny Scottish lassie with a big heart. Ethel passed away in the comfort of her own home after a brave battle with cancer, surrounded by her family. Ethel, born in Scotland, was one of six children, and emigrated to America following her marriage to George, who predeceased her Ethel was a familiar face at the SAS for many years with her many friends. She attended most member meetings and events at the Scottish Cultural Center. She loved to laugh and was happy to run our raffles! Ethel was a long serving volunteer (25 years) for Bay Care…

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    Brayzen Heads In Concert

    Join us for our first live concert of the Fall Season at the Cultural Center on Saturday, September 26th from 3 to 5 pm. We’re bringing the talented Shane Farrell and Dave Gilmore and their Irish music. They’ve got over 4,000 shows under their belt and have played Europe and the USA for 20 years. You may have seen them during their 3 year residency at Raglan Road Irish Pub, Disney Springs at Walt Disney World. The Haggis Celtic Concerts are in our 3rd year of concerts at the Scottish Cultural Center, bringing the best in Irish and Scottish music! We invite you to join us. We are practicing social…

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    Livestream with Off Kilter

    Come join us this Saturday, September 19th for a livestream concert with Off Kilter. Off Kilter will be playing live from Orlando and we will be virtually streaming the show on our big screen here in Dunedin at the Scottish American Society Cultural Center. Please come join us for $6 at the door includes Day Membership to the SAS. Socially distancing and only 60 seats are available (first come, first served!) Mask will be required! Beer and Wine available. We’d love to see you and watch this great favorite band of ours! Show begins at 8, doors open at 7:00.  We will be sending proceeds to Off Kilter, who among…

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    Junk-in-the-Trunk Sale

    We did this in July and September and they were a great success! We’re going to hold them monthly through December: Saturday, October 17 from 9am to 1pm Saturday, November 21 from 9am to 1pm Saturday, December 19 from 9 am to 1pm Clean out your garage or shed and bring it to our location to sell! Come on out on Saturday, October 17th from 9 to 1 to our parking lot at 917 Louden Avenue. For $20 a “parking space” you can bring all the items you’d like to sell at a garage sale. You keep the cash you make! How easy is this? We’ll be outdoors in the…

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    Annual General Meeting (AGM)

    Thank you for attending our Annual General Meeting on Tuesday, March 10th. Our board reported on the great year of events and introduction of the Haggis Celtic Concerts, Dunedin Live: Winter Music Fest, and many more wonderful events for our members and friends. We had a Pie & a Pint, a Whisky Tasting, and we are hoping for more Scottish themed events in 2020! We had a banner year for attracting new members and we were entertained by the Highland Dancing of the Tampa Bay Highland Dancers and a City of Dunedin Piper John MacDonald. Thank you for your support. We could not do all this without your help.

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    Apply for a Scholarship!

    Are you looking for a sponsorship to attend a Highland Dancing competition? Summer camp for Scottish drumming? Piping? We at the Scottish American Society of Dunedin have been working very hard to build up funds to provide scholarships to worthy students of the Scottish Arts. Click on the link to take you to the application guidelines and download a form to be filled out, obtain your instructor’s signature and submit to us at the address provided. Additional letters of support are encouraged. We are very excited to be able to offer students in the Scottish Arts a little more help.

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    The Scotland Shop Coming to the SAS Hall

    This Spring The Scotland Shop will be bringing POP UP Shops to America! https://www.scotlandshop.com Coming to the SAS Hall on March 3 and 4, you can meet them and be fitted for your favorite tartan – kilt, trousers, whatever you desire! This popular company hails from Scotland and produces quality items in over 500 tartans. Check them out and book an appointment online on their website.

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    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.