Hi there! I’m here with your Friday copy of the Dunedin Daily, filled with all the things you need to know about what’s going on in town. Let’s go…
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A storm around the afternoon High: 92 Low: 82.
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Here are the top three stories in Dunedin today:
1. Dunedin Public Library is hosting “Tiny Art Afternoon” on July 7 at 11:00 a.m. Participants will have the chance to create “mini-art” on miniature ocean-themed canvases. The design will be pre-sketched and all art supplies will be provided. The paintings will be on display in the library for one month, after which they can be picked up. Those interested can drop by the library reference desk or call 727-298-3080 ext: 1707 to register. (Dunedin GovDunedin Gov)
2. A chef from Dunedin will participate in the seventh annual Epic Chef event to benefit Feeding Tampa Bay. Chef Steven Capone of the HEW Parlor & Chophouse at the Fenway Hotel will participate on the first day of the competition. Participants are given a mystery box of unlikely ingredients chosen by a child from the Boys & Girls Club and are challenged to create a unique and tasty meal in front of a live audience. The event is scheduled for July 18, July 25 and August 1 in the Epicurean Kitchen at the Epicurean Hotel in Tampa. While tickets are sold out, the event will be streamed live in the hotel lobby and on YouTube at 6:45 p.m. (Dunedin Patch | Feeding Tampa Bay YouTube)
3. Dunedin Tide will host a Piping & Drumming College next week, which includes several family events for the community. Join them on June 27 at Flanagan’s Irish Pub at 7:00 p.m. for a Special Bagpipe and Drum Recital. The following evening at 7:00 p.m., they will host a quiz night on all things Dunedin, Scottish, bagpipes and percussion at Jack Pallino’s Napoletano Pizza and Pub. Then on June 29 at 7:00 p.m., stop by Jack Pallino’s Napoletano Pizza and Pub for a Ceilidh Student Performance! After a week of teaching and hard work, this is an opportunity for their students to stand up and share their music! Everyone is welcome. (Dunedin Tide of Piping, Drumming & Dancing via Facebook)
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Today in Dunedin:
- Fruitful Friday in the Garden at the First Presbyterian Church in Dunedin (9:00 a.m.)
- Sensational summer sale at Studio 1212 Art Gallery (11:00 a.m.)
- Infinite Ale Works Tap Takeover at Dunedin HOB (5:00 p.m.)
- BRadenton Marauders v Dunedin Blue Jays at TD Baseball Stadium (6:30 p.m.)
- Cocktail on platform 9 3/4 at the Nest of Caracara (7:30 p.m.)
From my notebook:
- Residents can expect road closures this weekend, June 25 and 26, for the Art & Craft Festival. The festival will take place between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m., with road closures along Main Street during this time. (Governor of Dunedin)
- Did you know June is Adopt-a-Cat Month? Stop by Pinellas County Animal Services to meet all the adorable kittens waiting to meet their forever families. (Pinellas County Animal Services via Facebook)
- Dunedin Public Library offers a variety of services for you and your family, including Wi-Fi hotspots and a home delivery program which brings books to residents of Dunedin who are confined to their homes. Check out the other services they offer that you and your family can take advantage of! (City of Dunedin via Facebook)
- Recall: June 30 is the deadline to enter your backyard for a chance to participate in the Tampa Bay Community Water Wise Awards program! Interested persons can apply on the Tampa Bay Water Wise website. (Pinellas County Extension via Facebook | Tampa Bay Community Water Wise)
- Did you know that Dunedin Public Library Youth Services offers “Grab & Go” craft bags for kids to work from home? Crafts are designed for elementary school children and can be picked up at the library on Fridays. (Dunedin GovDunedin Gov)
- A Dunedin neighbor shared that “Dunedin Cares Food Pantry is in desperate need of food, feminine hygiene products, pasta, toilet paper etc.” If you are able to donate, consider dropping items off at the pantry during designated hours or at the 24-hour drop-off bin located outside the north gate near Faith’s Butterfly Garden United Church of Christ. (Dunedin Patch)
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You’re all caught up for today! See you tomorrow morning for your next update.