Donalda Diary discusses creamery project

Donalda Art Gallery always accepting new works

The Donalda Museum will be holding a public meeting on Monday, Oct 23rd at 5 p.m. in the Drop In Centre to discuss the proposed conservation plan of the Donalda Creamery. Architect David Murray and Sandy Aumonier from Alberta Historical Resources will be available to answer any questions that you may have about this upcoming project. Public input is vital in ensuring that the local community’s voice is heard. Everyone is welcome to attend. If you have any questions prior to the meeting feel free to call the Donalda Museum at 403-883-2100.

The Donalda Museum would also like to thank Alberta Historical Resources and the Alberta Lottery Fund for fully funding the Donalda Creamery Conservation study and plan. We thank you for your ongoing support in our museum and community.

The Donalda &District Museum is seeking an individual to fill the position of museum manager. This part-time position requires a person with excellent management, grant writing and leadership skills. The individual would have strong communication skills and the ability to work with the public, volunteers and diverse groups/situations. The individual must be able to work independently, have an interest in local history, and be self-motivated. To apply drop off your resume along with references to the museum office or e-mail it to info@donaldamuseum.com. Resumes can also be mailed to Box 179, T0B 1H0.

The Donalda Art Gallery would like to thank all exhibiting artists this summer for taking the time to showcase their works. That said we are already planning for next summer’s exhibition schedule. If you or someone you know would be interested in exhibiting their art work please let us know! Two-D and 3D, as well as all mediums will be considered. Please submit a short artist bio and a couple photo samples to ctp1867@icloud.com.

Don’t forget to check out the Donalda Library’s Facebook page for an update list on upcoming events!

Birthday wishes this week go out to Crystal Thebeau, Alanna Nims, Brooke Muzyka, Dave Vikse, Tasha Jaffray, Jack Marshall, Kim Klatt, Naomi La Belle, Nicole Anderson, and Nicole Ternes. Happy birthday to all.

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