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Scottish American Society of Dunedin

Perpetuate Scottish Tradition

917 Louden Avenue
Dunedin, FL 34698


Category: Associations
Contact: Diane Burke
Short Description: The Scottish American Society was formed to perpetuate our Scottish Heritage


It is our goal to support those interested in carrying on the traditions of our heritage. Our children are our heritage. In this respect, we support the Dunedin High and Middle School Pipe Bands along with the City of Dunedin Pipe Band.

On a Friday night you can experience old style ceilidh parties with dancing and singing. The Dunedin Scottish Country Dancers meet Sunday nights at 6:30 p.m. and welcome anyone interested in learning this form of dancing.

The Daughters of Scotia, a national lodge composed of those born in Scotland and their descendants, meet monthly at our hall.

The British Biscuits, a society that is part of the Transatlantic Brides and Parents Association, which started as a club for war brides and GI brides, meet monthly at our hall.

The Scottish American Military Society who in true Scottish tradition gave so much by serving in the military meet at our hall.

We have wonderful fun at the Line Dancing classes held on Tuesdays at 10:00 a.m..

The Society has special dinners honoring St. Andrew and Robert Burns. We celebrate Christmas, St. Patrick's Day and Hogmanay (New Year's Eve) with great entertainment, dancing and delicious food.

We enjoy many other activities such as group trips to area events.

We encourage anyone to visit us, whether you are Scottish or not. You will have a fun time.



St. Andrew's Dinner
Robert Burns Dinner
Scottish Night Dinner held during Dunedin Highland Games Week
Hogmany (New Year's Eve)
St. Patrick's Dinner (Bring a Dish)
Christmas Party (Bring a Dish)

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