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Adult Programs

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Fall Adult Programs:


St. Petersburg Saxophone Quartet Concert
Enjoy an evening of familiar selections from the American Songbook. The Saxophone Quartet includes the four popular saxophones - Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Beritone. These four voices come together to form rich harmonies for a pleasing concert experience! 
Come join us!
Wed, 9/18 6 PM

Travel Florida with Just Us Duo
Join vocalist Edi Minelli and Rich Shafer in a performance of popular Florida-themed songs and trivia!
Thu, 9/19 1 PM

Dunedin Community Garden Association (DCGA): Growing Herbs in Pinellas
Weather you are starting out or want to build on to your edible garden, herbs are the way to go. The trick is finding varieties that thrive in our area. Learn about:
The right season, the right variety
Container vs bed cultivation
Propagation and seed collecting
Sat. 9/21 10 AM

How to Develop and Write a Business Plan
Do you know how to write an effective business plan? If you don't know where to start then this seminar is for you! Don't miss this free presentation. Join international business consultant and public speaker Dr. Ian Duncan to learn how to create your business plan.
Sat. 9/21 1 PM

Local Author Book Signing: Pirates!
Think you know everything about pirates? The facts are that the historical record on pirates is vague, contradictory and rarely accurate. Learn the truth! Come get your book signed and chat with the author.
Sat. 9/23 2 PM

Home Organization Made Simple with Professional Organizer Dani Brahm
Are you overwhelmed by loads of laundry, piles of dishes, and mountains of your kids' school papers? Juggling the demands of work, school, extra-curricular activities, community events, and everything in between can be exhausting. Your schedule is busier than ever and you might feel as though you can never get caught up. This presentation will teach you organizing tips and tricks to help you reduce stress, increase productivity, and find more time in your day!
Wed, 9/25 6 PM

Sewing: Zipper Pouches
Learn how to sew a quick and easy pouch for keeping things organized when you're on the go.
Thu, 9/26 10 AM

Violin Performance!
Join us for a wonderful performance by the students of Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School. We hope to see you there!
Fri. 9/27 1 PM 


Reduce. Reuse. Recycle.
***More information to come.***
Sat. 10/5 11 AM

American Stories: Race Amity and the Other Tradition
On this day, advocates for race amity in Pinellas county will watch a 52-minute documentary called Race Amity America's Other Tradition. This thought-provoking film, shown on WEDU World Channel last winter, highlight experiences in U.S. history when those of different races worked effectively together for change.
Sun. 10/6 2 PM

Trivia Night!
Grab your friends and join us at the library for some devilishly difficult trivia! Call ahead and register for a free trivia answer!
Wed. 10/9 6 PM

SHINE Medicare Seminar: Medicare Basics OEP
These seminars are offered for those who have recently turned 65 and want to know more about their healthcare options under medicare. 
Sat. 10/12 10 AM

Home Town Writers Meeting
***More information to come.***
Sat. 10/12 10 AM

Meditation 101
Enjoy an hour meditation session with teacher Elizabeth Faubert. 
Sun, 10/13 1 PM

Beginners Line Dancing
Show us your moves! Learn how to line dance with instructor Margaret Howard!
Tue. 10/15 6 PM

Aromatherapy Basics: Make a Fall Room Spray!
Join us as we learn the basics of aromatherapy and essential oils with Elisha Smith, aromatherapy expert from Emilia's Apothecary of Dunedin. You'll learn about essential oils, different blending techniques, and you'll make a fall-themed room spray that you can take home!
Wed. 10/16 2 PM

Dunedin Community Garden Association: Vegetable Gardening
***More information to come.***
Wed. 10/16 6 PM

SHINE Medicare Seminar: Prescription Drug Plans
These seminars are offered for those who have recently turned 65 and want to know more about their healthcare options under medicare. 
Sat. 10/19 10 AM

Local Author Book Signing: "The Never Before Found Chronicles of Santa" by Gail L. Frailey
Welcome to a world where Santa is busy all year, not just for Christmas! Join us for an author book signing and a little Christmas Storytelling.
Sat. 10/19 1 PM

Dunedin International Chorale Concert
Join us at the library for a concert under the direction of Fred Eschenfelder and the founder of the group, JoAnn Metropoulos, at the piano!
Sun. 10/27 3 PM

Legacy Writing Workshop
This program is presented by Empath Health. Do your adult children tell you they don't want your stuff, antiques, or possessions? Family stories and values recorded in our workbook are the perfect gift to share with them, consumes little space and are free. You just need some help getting started.
Wed. 10/30 2 PM

Paint a Hallowe'en Painting on Halloween!
Join artist Shawn Dell Joyce as she leads you step-by-step in making a fun, spooky painting-even if you've never held a brush before!
Thu. 10/31 2 PM


Ongoing Programs:

Contemporary Book Discussion Group
4th Tuesdays at 7 PM 
(unless otherwise posted)

CLICK HERE for more details on the group and selected titles.

Casual Scrabble Club:
Meets the first and third Mondays from 6-7:45 PM in Meeting Room B unless otherwise posted. Bring your own board. Adults and teens/high school and up are welcome! Check the Library calendar or call 727-298-3080, x1707 for date changes.

Chess Club:
Mondays, 2-5 PM & Tuesdays, 5-7 PM in the Reading Room. Ages 10 and up are welcome.

The Children's Writers Group:
1st Wednesday of the month from 10-noon
The Children's Writers Group is an affiliate of the Society of Children's Writers and Illustrators and focuses on supporting members through critique of each writer's work, cooperative writing projects and promoting writing skills. If you are interested in writing for children, please join.

Conversation Club:
The Literacy Council of Upper Pinellas, with the support of the Dunedin Friends of the Library, hosts a Conversation Club each Wednesday evening from 5:45-7:30 PM. Adult learners of English are welcome to attend and bring along their children. Refreshments are served at 5:45, with class beginning at 6:00 PM. The club meetings give learners the opportunity to practice speaking English with other ESL students under the direction of highly qualified teachers and their assistants. Child care is provided for pre-school and school-age children, with homework help available from an adult volunteer and teen helpers in the adjacent story time room. To learn more about other Conversation Clubs in North Pinellas County, visit for a schedule.

The Dunedin Writers Group:
Fridays at 9:30 AM
Open to all serious writers, the Dunedin Writers Group focuses on novels, short stories, articles, children's books, synopsis for agents, presentation letters, plays and scripts.

Poetry Workshop
2nd Thursdays at 3 PM
Workshop Goals
1.To foster the writing and reading of poetry
2.To read and critique our poetry in a supportive atmosphere
3.To appreciate and promote the value of poetry in our community
4.To refine our capabilities and become better poets
5.To perform our poetry in public and publish (not obligatory)

Free Medicare Counseling:
Get free, unbiased, one-on-one Medicare counseling with a representative from The Florida Department of Elder Affairs SHINE Agency on Wednesdays from 10 AM-2 PM or on the 2nd Tuesday of the month from 4:30 PM-7:30 PM, here at the Library. Call 298-3080, x1707 for an appointment, or sign up at the Adult Information Desk. Expanded hours are available during open enrollment, October - December.

Genealogy Assistance:
Genealogy help (free) is available every Thursday, year round, from 1-3 PM. No appointment is necessary. Members of the Caladesi Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution, Berkeley Plantation Chapter of the Colonial Dames XVII Century, United Daughters of the Confederacy, and the General Society of Mayflower Descendants are on hand to help with general questions, or for prospective members. For more information, contact Cindi Russo, registrar for DAR, at 727-772-6262 or Anne B. Watkins, registrar for Colonial Dames, at 727-712-9056.

The Literacy Council of Upper Pinellas:
Unlock the door to success by helping someone learn to read, speak and write English. Volunteer with the Literacy Council of Upper Pinellas. Attend free training for just 6 hours to be assigned a student. For more info call 727-298-3080, x1724. Want to learn more about LCUP? Go to the website at

Socrates Cafe:
Meetings are held on the first Saturday of the month, 10 AM-Noon. Based on the idea that we learn more when we question and question with others, Socrates Café meetings are community gatherings where we explore philosophical questions. All are welcome!

film program

Tuesdays at Two Movies:

Join us for a movie every Tuesday at 2PM.
Popcorn and lemonade are served on the first Tuesday of each month!
For more info on movies please call 727-298-3080, x1707


9/17/2019  The Hustle (94 min.)
9/24/2019  Dumbo (111 min.)


10/01/19 Fast Color (100 Minutes)
10/08/19 The Sun is Also a Star (100 Minutes)
10/15/19 Tomorrow Man (94 Minutes)
10/22/19 Mia and the White Lion (98 Minutes)
10/29/19 Yesterday (116 Minutes)



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