Summer hours for museum signal centennial party near

As the May long weekend has come and gone, we watch the continuous line of campers heading for a summer weekend destination

As the May long weekend has come and gone, we watch the continuous line of campers heading for a summer weekend destination, hoping for great weather.

The Village of Donalda is now open for business for the summer, with the museum open daily 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., except for Sundays and holidays, when the hours are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The Donalda Community Gallery for the Arts will be open weekends from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., along with Gallery with a View and the Antique Market.

Come out and enjoy the day by hiking the Willow Creek Trail and visiting the museum and other amenities, and just the peace and quiet of a small village on the coulee rim.

Next Saturday, the Donalda & District Museum will host its sixth annual Pancake Breakfast and Community Garage Sale, starting at 9 a.m.

On Saturday, June 2, the Donalda Ag Society will host its annual ranch rodeo at the arena, with fun and competition for all ages.

Don’t forget our centennial is fast approaching and we are in need of volunteers. If you can spare a couple of hours, please call the museum and leave your name and number and when you are available.

This celebration is for you and your family and guests.

Birthday wishes go out to Greg Lovell, Chad Whiteside, Dean Franklin, Norman Dahl, Travis Doucette, Eugenie Dhenin, Brandon McMurray, Carissa Bergstrom, Tannis Keeland, Austyn Ewald, and anyone else celebrating a birthday this week. Happy birthday.

DARLENE TANTRUM, Donalda and District Museum – Donalda Diary

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