🌱 Advance Decision Seminar + Murder Mysteries Event + Auto Seminar – Patch


Hey, neighbors! Kristen here, back with your new copy of the Dunedin Daily. Let’s get this day started off right with a quick look at what’s going on in town. Today’s briefing includes news about…

  • The “next-level experience” that comes with VIP Mardi Gras tickets
  • An Advance Decision Seminar held today for those interested in making a living will
  • Progressive Arts Theater presents “A Night of Murder Mysteries” next month

But first, today’s weather:

Nice with sun and some clouds. High: 75 Low: 63.

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Here are the top 3 stories today in Dunedin:

  1. Local attorney Dara Cooley is hosting an Advance Choice Seminar today, Jan. 24, at 10 a. m. in the Hale Senior Activity Center . An advanced health care directive is a legal document indicating what actions should be taken regarding your health if you’re unable to make decisions for yourself. It’s also referred to as a living will, personal directive, or advance decision. In this free seminar, Dara will certainly review how to create these documents, which detail your wishes for your family, friends, and healthcare professionals. ( Dunedin Patch )
  2. Progressive Arts Theater will present A Night of Murder Mysteries on Feb. 10 at 7 p. m. at the Dunedin Community Center. The particular family-friendly performance uses audience participation to determine the ending! Tickets are just $15 and can be purchased here . Libations will be available at the event’s mystery bar! ( Progressive Arts via Facebook )
  3. Pinellas County Consumer Protection is hosting an Auto Buying & Repairs Seminar on Feb. 7 at 10 a. meters. in the Hale Senior Exercise Center. The free seminar will provide helpful tips to utilize when buying a vehicle. Additionally , a representative will explain what your own rights are under the Florida Motor Vehicle Repair Act to ensure you don’t get taken advantage of when you bring your car into an auto shop. ( Dunedin Patch )

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Submitted by Mary Anne Dorner
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Today in Dunedin:

From my notebook:

  • In honor of National Squirrel Appreciation Day, SPCA Tampa Bay shared photos of a few Southern Flying Squirrels that they recently released. The particular squirrels were orphaned and cared for by the SPCA’s wildlife rehabilitation program until they were strong enough to make it on their own in the wild. If you find injured or orphaned animals, give the SPCA a call at (727) 586-3592 or find useful resources here . ( SPCA Tampa Bay via Facebook )
  • Dunedin Cares is looking for donations of nonperishable foods and personal care items. If you’re able to donate, take a look at their recent list of needed items. ( Dunedin Cares via Facebook )
  • Wondering what’s local foods are included in Mardi Gras VIP Tickets? This year’s “next-level experience” is comprised of catering by Chef John at Palate Culinary Services plus food specials from Bon Appetit. There will also be selections from Parlor House Bistro, appetizers from Madison Avenue Pizza, popcorn from Harley’s Gourmet Popcorn & Cider Shoppe, and dessert from Caketastic! Make sure to get your tickets before they’re all sold out. ( Dunedin Merchants via Fb )
  • White Fang Dog Grooming now offers Doggie Day Stays for those who are looking to get their dogs groomed without the pressure of picking them up right away. It’s perfect for anyone who has a packed schedule or wants to pamper their pet while you’re busy at work. Learn more about their new service at the link! ( White Fang Dog Grooming )
  • Meet Aston, the three-year-old pup waiting to be adopted at the Pinellas County Animal Services shelter. His big ears and bunny hop walking technique had his temporary foster parents comparing him to Gizmo, everyone’s favorite Gremlin! Stop by the shelter in Largo to meet Aston and all of his furry friends in need of homes. ( Pinellas County Animal Services via Facebook )
  • Meet Moses, a senior pup up for adoption in Pinellas County Animal Solutions! Shelter volunteers describe him as “sweet” and “easy-going” after they spent a day with him on the town. He was such a good boy while they took him golfing, out to lunch, to a Bingo & Brews event, and to the park! His one-standing ear will simply melt your own heart. Meet Moses nowadays at the Pinellas County Pet Services shelter in Largo. ( Pinellas County Animal Providers via Facebook )

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