As temperatures plummet to the mid-seventies (can you tell we’re from Florida?), we’re even more excited for all of the great events going on in town this month! Check out our list below to find some of the great fall events in Dunedin.

Art Harvest

Tents in the park

Well into its sixth decade, the Junior League of Clearwater-Dunedin Art Harvest has grown into one of the area’s most well-attended art shows with something for everyone. What started as a small arts gathering is now a highly respected juried show of high-quality art with balanced media involving over 200 artists. Over 30,000 people of all ages attend this event annually, and it continues to grow year after year. While adults browse the artists’ booths, a Children’s Pavilion provides an interactive art experience for children with arts and crafts projects related to the show’s theme. As the largest autumn art show in the Tampa Bay area, artists and patrons of the arts have found this event to be an enjoyable and successful weekend affair.

WHERE: Highlander Park

WHEN: November 6th and 7th from 10 AM – 5 PM

PRICE: Free

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Pioneer Park Grand Re-Opening

Pioneer park prior to the gran re-opening

Mayor Julie Ward Bujalski and the City of Dunedin Commissioners invite you to the John R. Lawrence Pioneer Park Ribbon Cutting Ceremony!

A number of improvements have been implemented at this popular park – from durable Bermuda turf to displays of public art. These improvements will be pivotal in growing downtown events like the Downtown Dunedin Farmers Market and Wines the Blues.

WHERE: John R. Lawrence Pioneer Park

WHEN: November 9th at 3 PM

PRICE: Free

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Wines the Blues

The ever-popular and always enjoyable Wines the Blues event is back in Dunedin on the second Saturday of November!

The Downtown Dunedin Merchants Association has prepared a truly spectacular event, featuring a lineup of sommelier selections and three stages of nonstop blues performance. The event, which features in part the refurbished Pioneer Park, doubles as an opportunity to explore downtown retailers and restaurants in a safe and walkable district.

WHERE: Main Street in Downtown Dunedin

WHEN: Saturday, November 13 from 2 PM – 11 PM

PRICE: Food & Beverage Available for Purchase

VIP Tickets are Sold Out!

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Arts & Crafts Festival

Meet some of the country’s finest artists and crafters with products all handmade. Ceramic planters, functional pottery, hair accessories, handmade one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces, and an expansive Green Market offer something for every taste & budget!

WHERE: Main Street in Downtown Dunedin

WHEN: November 20th and 21st from 10 AM – 5 PM

PRICE: Free Admission

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Downtown Dunedin Fall Farmer’s Market Returns

Throughout the summer months, the Downtown Dunedin Farmers Market is hosted at the Dunedin History Museum – but with the renovation of Pioneer Park, the market returns to its two-day format on the corner of Douglas Ave. and Main Street.

Come check out the market, the park upgrades, and the incredible weather!

WHERE: John R. Lawrence Pioneer Park

WHEN: November 19th and 20th from 9 AM – 2 PM

PRICE: Free

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Thanksgiving Day Dinner

Fans of Turkey Day, even those who balk at the thought of the titular turkey, will find something wonderful waiting for them this year at Bon Appétit restaurant.

Guests will find holiday fare presented in both traditional and non-traditional fashions. Roasted Carolina Turkey with Pecan Stuffing, Giblet Gravy, and Fresh Cranberry Sauce is sure to be popular among Thanksgiving traditionalists, but the Chilean Sea Bass or the Bourbon Lacquered Roast Duck may catch the eye of those in search of Haute holiday cuisine.

WHERE: Bon Appétit

WHEN: November 25th from 12 PM – 9 PM

PRICE: $79.95/Person (14.95/Child under 10)

Explore the menus for both the inclusive four-course dinner, and the upstairs ballroom buffet.

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