Red Lamp Market returns to Donalda on May 13

The Red Lamp Market returns for another year of market and a wide variety of vendors.

DONALDA DIARY — The Village of Donalda is now accepting applications for a Public Works Assistant for the 2017 summer. Duties include grass cutting, painting, and general maintenance. Applicants must be returning to school full-time in the fall. Interested applicants can submit their resumes by emailing cao@village.donalda.ab.ca, or faxing to 403-883-2022. Alternatively, they can be dropped off in person at the Village Office.

The Donalda Agricultural Society is also accepting applications for three summer student positions for the 2017 summer. Interested applicants can submit their resume to Box 248, Donalda AB, T0B 1H0.

The Red Lamp Market returns for another year of market and a wide variety of vendors. The first one of the year will be on Saturday, May 13 located next to the world’s largest lamp from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., rain or shine. Vendors must pre-book with Amanda at 403-741-6095. More information is available on their Facebook page.

The Sharon Lutheran Church will be holding an Evening Youth Games Night for ages 14 to 24, on Sunday, May 14 at 7 p.m. Come join in for the games, snacks, and more.

Willow Canyon drive-in movie will be held on Friday, May 26, featuring ‘Marley and Me’ on a large 20 feet by 40 feet outdoor movie screen. The movie will begin at dusk and will feature a full concession. Gates and concession open at 7 p.m. For more information please call 403-883-2943.

The Donalda Ranch Rodeo will be held on Saturday, June 3. Please register by May 22 by contacting Beth at 403-741-8196 or Ron at 403-589-6719.

Birthday wishes this week go out to Curtis Fuller, Travis Mueller, Ashton Thebeau, Lyrah Thomson, Candice Erickson, Rebecca Broemeling, Barrett Norman, Cori Fuller, David Sutton, Katelyn Dietrich, Shirley Erickson, Annette Sehlstrom, and Paige VanHaga. Happy birthday to all!

 

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