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The US Chess Federation recognizes Dunedin as one of its newest members. A formulation meeting will be held on Tuesday, May 7th at 5pm at the Dunedin Library.
Dunedin celebrates its Scottish history in many ways; the Highland Games for sure, but also the 50th anniversary of our sister city, Stirling, Scotland!
"My Nature Nook" written in the early 1900s was out of print, out of copyright and hard to find. The Dunedin Historical Society undertook the project to reprint the book.
Sales of "My Nature Nook" have been brisk. The Dunedin Historical Society anticipates all of the 150 collector's edition leather-bound copies will be sold well before Christmas.
The Tampa Bay Times ran a good article, today, about the re-printing of Dr. Blatchley's book.
A year-long project is coming to conclusion. The re-printing of Dr. Blatchley's book, "My Nature Nook" will be available to the public for the first time since 1931.
The continuing the story of Dunedin Historical Museum's "My Nature Nook" project.
Get ready for the re-publishing of the only written narrative about life in Dunedin in the early 1900s.
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