‘Canada 150: Period Costume’ exhibit at the Donalda Art Museum from June 14

On Tuesday, June 6, the Sharon Lutheran Church hosted the Doug Rawling Concert at 7 p.m. Admission was free.

DONALDA DIARY — On Tuesday, June 6, the Sharon Lutheran Church hosted the Doug Rawling Concert at 7 p.m. Admission was free. Doug is a storyteller through songs, books, and conversation, he loves to share joys and struggles from his own life hoping it might help someone out or lead them closer to God. It was well-attended.

On Thursday, June 8 is the Donalda School parent council meeting at 3:15 p.m.

Sunday School Service and picnic at Willow Canyon is on June 11, at 10 a.m. Hot dogs, drinks, and cutlery will be provided. Please bring your lawn chairs and a salad or dessert. Everyone is welcome to attend. Also, Sunday evening will be the Youth Amazing Race (ages 12 to 24) at the Sharon Lutheran Church at 7 p.m., please come and join in for games, snacks and more!

From June 14 to July 12, the Donalda Art Gallery will be exhibiting a special Canada 150: Period Costume display, featuring a variety of different uniforms, dresses, and clothes from the past. This is a great chance to see some unique pieces. The Donalda Art Gallery will be open daily this summer from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The Donalda Coulee Friendship Club will be holding their annual Father’s Day pancake breakfast on June 18 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., featuring bacon, eggs, sausages, quiche, hash browns, pancakes, fresh orange juice, homemade syrups and coffee at the Donalda Drop In Centre.

Birthday wishes this week go out to Doug Cockerill, Ange Montgomery, Devin Blouin, Finn Affleck, Mike Nims, Naomi Longeagne, Donna Dahl, Kevin Rose, Alan Fisher, Jason Tantrum, Kelly Lynne Andres, Kelly Sutton, and Rachel Dietrich. Happy birthday to all!

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