Monday, July 9, 2012
The Third Annual Dunedin Orange Festival was a blast. Share your memories with us.
Folks from all over turned out for the Third Annual Dunedin Orange Festival, which celebrates Dunedin's orange harvesting heritage. Among all the festivities, the Mojo Cook-Off put many area restaurants in a fierce competition that left returning champions Sea Sea Riders Restaurant the victor. Sunday also happened to be the restaurant's 24th anniversary. Share your photos and videos from the Dunedin Orange Festival with us by clicking "Upload Photos and Videos" button above, or e-mail you photos and videos to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saturday, July 7, 2012
Here's what you should know if you go to the third annual Dunedin Orange Festival.
Friday, July 6, 2012
Here are our top five picks for fun weekend activities in Dunedin (in chronological order).
1) Third Annual Dunedin Orange Festival. Celebrate the official fruit of Florida and Dunedin's orange grove heritage this weekend at the third annual Dunedin Orange Festival; 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday; Edgewater Park; Free admission; $10 for Mojo Cook-off tasting. 2) Marker 8 Orange Festival. Keep the citrus fun going at the Marker 8 Orange Festival. The event features a live DJ, orange vodka drink specials, and lots of giveaways. Event is for ages 18 and up; 4 p.m to 10 p.m., Saturday; Beso Del Sol Resort; Free to attend. 3) Golden Growler Grab. Seventh Sun Brewing Company is offering 50 grab "cases," or boxes containing a mix of merchandise and prizes. Food truck Keep’n it Reel provides food; 7 p.m, Saturday; Seventh Sun Brewery; $35…
Thursday, July 5, 2012
Here's what you need to know if you go to the third Annual Dunedin Orange Festival on Saturday.
The official fruit of Florida will be celebrated this weekend in Dunedin at the Third Annual Dunedin Orange Festival, which will benefit the Dunedin Historical Museum and Dunedin Chamber Cultural & Educational Foundation. 1) Cost: Free admission; $10 for Mojo Cook-off tasting 2) When: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, July 7 3) Where: Edgewater Park, 51 Main St. 4) Happening at the festival: 5) Parking & Transportation: The Jolley Trolley will be operating. Bicycle racks are located at intersection of Pinellas Trail and Main Street, and also at various locations downtown. Public parking is available on —
Saturday, June 9, 2012
Hunt down the QR codes at participating businesses for clues that can win you an iPad at the Dunedin Orange Festival in July.
It's like an Easter egg hunt, except it's for Steve Spathelf's painted oranges. The third annual Dunedin Orange Festival — complete with an Orange Queen pageant, a mojo cookoff and other activities — isn't for another month, but Sunday, June 10, kicks off the QR code scavenger hunt. Scavenger hunt participants are entered to win an iPad. To get in on the action, scan the QR code at each participating business for a clue to the location of a painted orange in town. Then enter the address of the orange on your hunt sheet (next to the corresponding number) by the July 2 deadline. The winner will be drawn at random on the day of the Orange Festival (July 7) at Edgewater Park. For more information, visit the Dunedin Orange Festival website. …