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Downtown Trick or Treating 2016

Films in the Park

Every Friday in October

Starts November 4!

Fridays-Saturdays 9 a.m.-2 p.m.

Art Harvest

Nov 5 & 6-Highlander Park

Dunedin Wines the Blues

November 11 & 12 from 5-11 p.m.

Honeymoon Island

Visit Dunedin's Pride and Joy!

Featured News
  • Dia de Los Muertos

    Join us, Saturday, October 29 for Dia de Los Muertos, sponsored by Casa Tina. This popular cultural event invites you to stroll downtown and see traditional Ofrendas set up by local businesses and a fun wearable art fashion contest with prizes! Local Calaveritas, (little skeletons) welcome!

  • Blue Jays Spring Training Facilities

    Since September 2014, City staff has been in discussions with the Toronto Blue Jays under a confidentiality agreement. Now, for the first time in two years, the public can hear what those negotiations and conceptual plans include.

  • City Commission Workshop

    On October 11 the City Commission held a Redevelopment Incentives & Listening Session at the Dunedin Library. The City of Dunedin is committed to communicating and listening so that we can all work together to unite and build community! More outreach to our residents and citizen engagement is in the works including Facebook Q&A sessions with City staff, surveys and more!

  • Youth Flag Football (ages 7-15) Registration now open!

    Sign your child up today for our Youth Flag Football program. It's a great way to test their endurance, engage them in competition, and for them to meet friends. Season runs from January-March and games are held each Saturday from 8:30am-1pm at Dunedin High School.

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