Gallery features local artists, hosts gala

Donalda Gallery for the Arts has been featuring our local artists for the past month.

Donalda Gallery for the Arts has been featuring our local artists for the past month. It was an impressive display and our many visitors during the Donalda centennial and throughout July were amazed at the number of artists featured from such a small community.

The gallery will host a Wine and Cheese Gala on Friday at 7 p.m. to introduce the Bashaw Art Club exhibit for the month of August. Come out and meet some of the featured artists at the gala, or visit the gallery anytime during August.

The Donalda Agricultural Society’s 31st annual bench fair entries will be accepted on Aug. 11, from 2 to 5 p.m., at the hall.

Exhibits will be open on Saturday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The pancake breakfast will be from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday. For more information, contact Terry at 403-883-2259 or Sheila at 403-883-2118.

You can still purchase souvenirs from the Donalda centennial at the Donalda Museum. A very popular item is the decks of cards with 52 different pictures of Donalda. It’s a great gift idea.

There are still adult and children’s T-shirts, adult and children’s hoodies, and insulated mugs, for sale.

Birthday wishes go out to Chad Holden, Jeremy Walker, Don Seale, Tammy Helfer-Kulak, Jackie Ewald, Sharon Wollman, Shirley Erickson, Bob Thomson and anyone else in our community who is celebrating a birthday.

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