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Winter and Spring Programming

Special Programs: 

Dunedin Community Garden Association Workshops
Wed, 1/16 6:30 PM Biodiversity and Your Edible Garden with Jochem Essig
Sat, 2/09 10 AM  Tomatoes with Pam Brown
Wed, 3/13 6:30 PM  Growing Super Food in Your Yard: Katuk with Nessie Johnson
Wed, 4/24 6:30 PM Magical Herbal Teas from your Garden with Vanessa Pinkham  

Florida Humanities Council Speaker Series

The Dunedin Public Library presents the FHC Speaker Series! This fall we will have four speakers each month presenting on different topics involving the history of Florida. Come and join us for these fascinating presentations!

Monday, December 10 @ 2 PM: Jack Davis - "Florida and the Gulf of Mexico"
Saturday, February 23 @ 1 PM: John Capouya - "Florida Soul"

To see what else the Florida Humanities Council has going on visit their events calendar page here: Events Calendar

Beginners Scottish Dancing
Registration is required.
Tue, 12/11 6 PM

Holiday Crafts
Registration is required.
Sat, 12/15 10 AM

Florida Fanfare Brass Concert
Sun, 12/16 2 PM

East Lake Madrigals
Mon, 12/17 6 PM

Three Happy Ukers Holiday Sing Along
Sat, 12/22 3 PM

Happy Noon Year
Tickets will be on sale for $5 on 11/26 at the reference desk.
Dine and dance with your friends with a count down at noon!
Mon, 12/31 from 11:00 AM-1:30 PM

Beginners Line Dancing
Registration is required.
Tue, 1/08 6 PM

Sewing 101
Registration is limited and required.
Wed, 1/16 2 PM

Volunteer Fair
Local organizations will be available for to provide information and
volunteer opportunities to interested parties.
Sat, 1/19 10 AM-2 PM

Sewing Project: Travel Phone Pouch
Registration is limited and required.
Mon, 2/11 2 PM

Beginners Scottish Dancing
Registration is required.
Tue, 2/12 6 PM

Antiques Roadshow with Michael Ivankovich
If you wish to have an item appraised please call to register.
Tue, 2/19 5 PM

Writing Your Legacy
Planning for your future and beyond.
Thur, 2/21 2 PM

Chef Warren: Irish Cuisine Demo
Registration is required.
Wed, 3/6 6 PM

Beginners Line Dancing
Registration is required.
Tue, 3/12 6 PM

Dunedin International Chorale
Sun, 3/17 3 PM

Sewing Project: Pillow Cases
Registration is limited and required.
Mon, 3/18 2 PM

Piano Lovers Recital
Sat, 3/23 2 PM

Sonny and Perley: Tribute to Female Singers and Composers
Fri, 3/29 2 PM

Ladybug Quartet
Sat, 4/6 3 PM

Beginners Scottish Dancing
Registration is required.
Tue, 4/9 6 PM

Sewing 101
Registration is limited and required.
Wed, 4/17 2 PM

Paper Management with Dani Brahm
Do you have drawers, cabinets, or tables covered in loose paperwork? Dani is here to help you straighten it out.
Wed, 4/17 6 PM

Free Shred Event
 
Bring all your documents to be shred by Shred Quick!
Sat, 4/27 8 AM- 10 AM

Ongoing Programs:

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

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

Tuesdays Are Murder: True Crime and Murder Mystery Book Club
2nd Tuesdays at 7PM
 (unless otherwise posted)
November 13th -- I'll Be Gone in the Dark by Michelle McNamara
December 11th -- We Were Liars by E. Lockhart
January 8th -- The Shining Girls by Lauren Beukes
February 12th -- Killer's of the Flower Moon by David Grann

Casual Scrabble Club:
Meets the first and third Mondays from 6-7:45PM 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, 2-5PM & Tuesdays, 5-7PM 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 5:45-7:30PM. 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 www.lcup.net 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.

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 10AM-2PM or on the 2nd Tuesday of the month from 4:30PM-7:30PM, 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 1-3PM. 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 www.lcup.netwww.volunteermatch.org

Socrates Cafe:
Meetings are held on the first Saturday of the month, 10AM-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!.

Ukulele Workshops:
The Tampa Bay Ukulele Society will resume their ukulele workshops in 2019.
January 9th at 6:30 PM
January 23rd at 6:30 PM
February 13th at 6:30 PM
February 27th at 6:30 PM
Sign up at the Adult Information Desk or online at https://www.meetup.com/tampabayukes/events/calendar/#1

 

 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

December
12/04/18 Christopher Robin (104 min)
12/11/18 Crazy Rich Asians (120 min)
12/18/18 Dog Days (113 min)

January
01/08/19  Alpha  (96 min)
01/15/19  Operation Finale  (122 min)
01/22/19  The Old Man & The Gun (93 min)
01/29/19  The Book Shop  (114 min)


 


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