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Donalda Diary

July 1 – CANADA DAY

Donalda welcomes everyone to come celebrate Canada with us, a day of fun and entertainment for all ages.

Schedule of Events: Kick off with a Pancake Breakfast 9 a.m. at the Church, Garden & Craft Market 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. in the Hall, Children Activities 1 p.m. – 3:45 p.m. down by the Lamp & Gazebo, Bashaw Cloggers 2 p.m. upstairs at the Hall, Demonstration of Remote Model Airplanes 12 p.m. and 7 p.m. in the park by the Lamp, Donalda Lite Riders, Horse Drill Team at 4:45 p.m. in the park by the Lamp, Wagon Rides at 1:30 PM, Pie and Beverages at the Donalda Coulee Friendship Club 1 p.m.-4 p.m., Inflatable Bounce Houses 5:30, Steak Supper or Hamburgers at 5 p.m., Live Entertainment 2 p.m. to Fireworks, at the Lamp, Ghost Stories in the Gazebo at 10 p.m., Parade with the Shriner Clowns attending at 4 p.m. assembly at 3 p.m. at the arena.

The Donalda and District Museum Society is raffling a Playhouse/ Garden Shed on July 1st. Tickets will be available from any museum member or at the museum. Museum will be open until 9 p.m. Canada Day. The proceeds will help maintain and keep our museum open.

Thanks to the volunteers who came out for the Beautification of Donalda. There are new planters assembled on Main Street and by the creamery, existing flower beds were cleaned out and replanted. Now with a little sunshine we will be able to get the lawns cut and our own gardens spruced up.

The Donalda Coulee Friendship Club will be open starting July 2nd Friday’s 7 p.m. – 10 p.m., Saturday, Sunday, and Holidays 10 p.m. – 2 p.m., they will serve soup, sandwich, dessert and beverage. Come out for lunch, dessert and a beverage, visit the museum, art gallery, gallery with a view, the Train Emporium and the Antique Shop, or an evening drive hike the new trail watch the lamp light all while you enjoy a homemade dessert and a beverage. We look forward to seeing you.

Welcome back to work Joan. Hope your vacation was great.

Birthday wishes going out to Kara Nixon, Cathy Rider, Karen Norman, Lois Uniat, Ashley Sideritsch, Hanna Norman, Merle Norman, Rayden Thomas, Marty Larson, Ashley Van Haga, Brutus Norman, Dean Anonson, Joe Kotz, Joshua Nixon, Porter Kneeland and Richard Larson.

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