Poker-rally time for arts society

October is here already, and the Donalda Community Arts Society is busy planning for the “Willy Bronze Poker Rally,”

October is here already, and the Donalda Community Arts Society is busy planning for the “Willy Bronze Poker Rally,” starting with a pancake breakfast at 9 a.m. at the arena. Everyone is invited.

Registration will run from 10 a.m. till noon. For more information on the ride, call Becky at 403-883-2436.

In the evening, there will be an Octoberfest celebration. It’s a fundraiser for the art gallery. The menu is German food, beer and canned Omh Pah Pah music.

Tickets will be available at the door, or call the museum at 403-883-2100 or Marlene at 403-883-2381.

Come out and support the Donalda Community Arts.

The Donalda Coulee Friendship Club will resume its monthly “Pancake Breakfast and Music Jam” on Oct. 14 at the Drop-In Centre.

Donalda Library has set up an “Internet Café.” You can come in with your laptop or just drop in for coffee and a visit. It’s in the entrance of the village complex. Help support your library.

Birthday wishes go out to Cayden Andres, Dakota Murphy, Francesca Schoettler, Ceeste Awe, Dave Vikse, Tasha Jaffery, Chantal, Pinard, Hunter Nixon, Jack Marshall, Kim Klatt and anyone else celebrating a birthday this week. Happy Birthday!

We wish everyone a safe and Happy Thanksgiving.

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