🌱 Landscaping Workshop + Open Studio For Artists + Free Concert

Hello, hello. Kristen here with your Wednesday edition of the Dunedin Daily, filled with all the local information you need to know right now. Let’s get right to it…

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First, today’s weather:

A shower and thunderstorm. High: 91 Low: 78.

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Here are the top three stories today in Dunedin:

  1. Florida-Friendly Landscaping educators are hosting a landscaping workshop on July 12 at 6 pm in the Dunedin Public Library. Sign up to learn which plants protect water resources and invite pollinators, helping you create an oasis in your yard. The workshop will provide you with the tools and resources needed for plant selection and placement, including the concept of Right Plant, Right Place, and design ideas to get you started. Visit the library reference desk or call 727-298-3080 ext: 1707 to sign up! This class currency is scheduled to be held in person, but may be changed to a virtual event. (City of Dunedin via Facebook | Dunedin Gov)
  2. Need a big bright space to create in? Studio 1212 is hosting an Open Studio event on July 7 in Kirk Hall at the Episcopal Church from 10 am to 4 pm The cost is just a $10 cash donation. Tables, chairs, and water will be provided. All you need to bring is a table cover, paper towels, floor covering and your art supplies! You may also bring an easel if you wish. Click the link to learn more! (Studio 1212 Art Gallery via Facebook)
  3. Dunedin Music Society presents Florida Symphonic Winds Concert on July 16 at 4 pm The 40-piece ensemble will perform a free concert at Holy Trinity in Clearwater just days before heading to Austria and Germany for its 2022 European Tour. The ensemble, under the direction of Dr. Jeffrey Traster, is comprised of some of the area’s finest professional and community musicians. Register online now to hold your spot. (Holy Trinity Episcopal Church via Facebook | Dunedin Music Society)

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Dunedin sunset | Submitted by Amy Tebbe

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Today in Dunedin:

  • Pen it! Children’s Writers Group at the Dunedin Public Library (10 am)
  • lego club at the Dunedin Public Library (2 pm)
  • Mosaic Craft Party at Caledonia Brewing (6:30 pm)
  • Clearwater Threshers vs Dunedin Blue Jays at TD Ballpark (6:30 pm)

From my notebook:

  • The Honu has changed its hours to accommodate staff during peak temperature times. Hours are now Wednesday and Thursday between 3 and 10 pm, and Friday through Sunday between noon and 10 pm They will keep these hours through August and hope the weather cools down by September. (The Honu)
  • JoAnne Fell, executive director of Dunedin Cares, shared a special update regarding its Girl Power Feminine Products Drive. “The drive was a tremendous success due to so many who donated feminine care products over the last month. We believe that our Girl Power drive spread the message that this is an ongoing need and hope our generous donors will continue to keep feminine care products on their donation list for Dunedin Cares. Please remember that Lane’s Lemonade & Dairy Bar has a ‘Period Product’ donation box at its 349 Main Street, Dunedin location.” (Dunedin Cares via Facebook)
  • Dunedin Blue Jays are hosting another Kids Run the Bases event on Saturday! The first pitch is scheduled for 6:30 pm (Dunedin Blue Jays via Facebook)

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