Monday, December 24, 2012
Dunedin High Schools' Scottish Highlander Band was recently awarded a prestigious Mickey Mouse trophy for being one of two bands in the country to march in the Disney Parks Christmas Day Parade. Watch the band on ABC on Christmas morning.
Dunedin High Schools' Scottish Highlander Band was recently awarded a prestigious Mickey Mouse trophy for being one of two bands in the country to march in the Disney Parks Christmas Day Parade. Principal Reuben Hepburn presented the band director, Ian Black, with the Mickey Mouse trophy during an ceremony at Dunedin High School on Dec. 13. Watch the Highlanders in the Disney Parks Christmas Day parade on ABC Dec. 25 at 10 a.m. Eastern Standard Time. Disney judges were impressed with the Scottish Highlanders even though the band of 70 to 80 students was smaller than many other marching bands. Disney selected the Dunedin students, dressed in Scottish military kilts and use of traditional Scottish bagpipes, for a part of the parade inspired…
Monday, December 10, 2012
Dunedin High School's marching band is one of two in the country selected by Disney. The parade will be aired at 10 a.m. Dec. 25 on ABC.
Monday, December 10, 2012
Dunedin High School's Scottish Highlander Marching Band was selected to march in the Disney Parks Christmas Day Parade, according to a news release from Pinellas County Schools. Only one other marching band in the country is bestowed the same honor, the news release states. Watch the annual Christmas Day parade on TV Dec. 25 at 10 a.m. Eastern Standard Time on ABC. The 70-member band was chosen because of it fully incorporates bagpipes, kilts and Scottish military uniforms and tradition. The band's unique Scottish quality was needed for a segment in the parade, the news release states. The Disney Parks Christmas Day Parade airs at 9 a.m. for all other major U.S. time zones, according to the Disney parade website. Check your local listings…
Thursday, June 21, 2012
Disney Pixar's latest animated film, "Brave," features a headstrong, red-headed princess in Scotland trying to change her fate. It opens in theaters Friday. Will you go?
Disney Pixar seems to have created an animated movie made for Dunedin. Disney Pixar's "Brave," which opens in theaters everywhere on Friday, is the animated story of a red-headed Scottish princess named Merida (Kelly Macdonald) who is determined to go against her parents' wishes and determine the course of her own life. When her journey turns perilous, she discovers the true meaning of bravery along the way (1 hour, 40 minutes; Rated PG). Cobb Theater — Countryside 12 Cinemas, 27001 U.S. Highway 19 N, Clearwater; 727-683-0011 AMC Woodlands Square 20, 3128 Tampa Road, Oldsmar; 888-262-4386 Disney is also offering a chance for fans to win a family trip to Scotland. Visit the link for more information on the "Brave" website.