Join efforts to record Donalda history

Anyone wishing to share pictures of old homesteads in the Donalda area along with a story

Anyone wishing to share pictures of old homesteads in the Donalda area along with a story please contact the museum at 403-883-2100 or email as we try to put together stories of our area. Look forward to hearing from you.

An ongoing project in Donalda will be “Bringing the Rail Back”, you will be able to come and help build the rail, more information in next week’s paper.

The next exhibit in the Donalda Art Gallery will be “Soft Arts”, featuring local quilters, opening gala will be Friday, June 27, 7 – 9 p.m. at the gallery, this exhibit will be in for the month of July.

The art gallery is looking for a summer student, must be 15 years or older, a full time student last year and returning to school this year; you can send your resume to or call 403-883-2253 for more information.

Birthday wishes go out to Eam Fox, Merle Norman, Rayden Thomas, Marty Larson, Ashley VanHaga, Brutus Norman, Dean Anonson, Joe Kotz, Joshua Nixon, Porter Wesley Kneeland, Richard Larson, Dick Rider, Michelle Anonson and anyone else celebrating a birthday this week.

Happy Birthday!



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