Creamery happy with funds raised at community market

The Donalda Community Market was held on Monday, Nov. 1 at Dino's Bar & Grill.

The Donalda Community Market was held on Monday, Nov. 1 at Dino’s Bar &Grill. The event was a huge success and the venue was bustling with activity that day as local artisans and those from around Alberta, as far away as Calgary and Edmonton, proudly displayed quality hand crafted items for the public. This market, sponsored by Dino’s Bar & Grill, was a fund raising event for the Donalda Creamery and everyone who participated in any way to the success of the market should be pleased and proud with its success. The sum of $745 was donated to the creamery for its ongoing existence in the community.

The Donalda Kidz Klub will be held at the Sharon Lutheran Church Nov 24 at 3:30 p.m., everyone welcome.

The Donalda & District Museum Society presents a comedic evening with Jimmy the Janitor, Nov. 27, with the show starting at 7:30 p.m. at the Donalda Community Hall. Tickets are available at the Donalda & District Museum office. Seats are limited so get your tickets today. For any question please email us at or call us as 403.883.2100

The Donalda & District Community Promotion Society is planning the 2015 “A Village Christmas” on Nov. 29. There will be a hot lunch starting at 11 a.m. at the Donalda Community Hall, followed by the ever popular Santa’s Shopping Centre, which begins at noon at the Drop-in Centre, also the country market will be open at noon with free pictures with Santa at 4 p.m. at the hall. The Parade of Lights will begin at 5 p.m. on Donalda Main Street. Come and enjoy a festive and fun day.

Birthday wishes this week go out to Remy Capanas, Spencer Andres, Brianna Mueller, Logan Erickson, Sandra Nordahl, Donna Bromeling, Kari Shoettler, Kathleen Kneeland, Shelley Ternes, Skyler Grams, Stefan Banziger, and Erin Lane. Happy birthday to all!

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