Donalda Diary

The village of Donalda is bustling with last-minute plans for the July 1 weekend.

The village of Donalda is bustling with last-minute plans for the July 1 weekend. As always, there is lots happening in Donalda for the holiday weekend.

The second annual Show & Shine will be set up at the Lamp Park on Saturday starting at 8 am with a Pancake Breakfast, sponsored by the Donalda Coulee Friendship Club. In the afternoon, the Donalda Animal Rescue will have the grills going for lunch or snacks. It runs till 5 p.m.

At the school will be the kickoff to the Donalda School Reunion, celebrating 100 years. There are many activities planned at the school, with a roast beef dinner in the evening.

The reunion will run for two days, with all events at the school.

July 1 events will start at 8 a.m., with a Pancake Breakfast at the church, this is sponsored by the church, the parade starts at 11 a.m., assembling at the school grounds.

There will be all kinds of activities for the kids and adults to enjoy. There will be lunch available sponsored by the Donalda Parent Group, and Steak Supper at 5:30 p.m. provided by Teresa’s Catering. Live Auction and live band, winding up with FIREWORKS at 11 p.m.

The Drop In Centre will be open all weekend from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., offering homemade pie and ice cream and hot and cold beverages.

The Donalda Art Gallery, which is exhibiting the Stettler Church Mice, will also be open all weekend, along with the museum.

Don’t forget to bring your walking shoes as you may want to hike the marked trail into the coulees.

See you in Donalda for our fabulous weekend.

Birthday wishes go out to Allison Baker, Ian Nixon, Logan Nixon, Jennifer Sideritch, Jessica Sideritch, Cathy Rider, Karen Norman, Lois Uniat, Ashley Elizabeth Sideritch, Hanna Norman and anyone else celebrating a birthday this week.

Happy Birthday!

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