Upcoming opening of Donalda Friendship Club


Donalda Diary

The Heritage Dinner fundraiser for the Donalda & District Museum was a GREAT evening of native history and sites. This event was well attended and presented by Heinz Pyszczyk and Blair First Rider. There was a question and answers after the presentation and some brought arrowheads and other rocks to be examined. It was a very informative evening. Thank you to all for attending and participating in the Silent Auction.

The Donalda Coulee Friendship Club had the last Pancake Breakfast and Jam Session for the summer on Sunday it was a great social event and looking forward to restarting in September. Thank you to all the jammers for coming out and making it a very enjoyable day.

The Donalda Friendship Club is looking forward to opening for the summer months Friday, Saturday Sunday and holidays 10AM – 2PM for lunch and 7PM – 10PM for Coffee and Desserts. Come out for a quiet evening in Donalda, for coffee and watch the lamp light.

Don’t forget to mark your calendars for a GRAND celebration in Donalda for the Canada Day Celebrations. More details next week. For sure Pancake Breakfast at the Church, Parade at 4PM and fireworks at dark.

The Donalda and District Museum is raffling a Crooked sided Playhouse/Garden shed on July 1st tickets available at the museum or a museum member.

Birthday wishes going out to Levi Baker, Melanie Walls, Cam Nixon, Gina Hurren, Kyle Foot, Jessica Norman, Jonathan Marshall, Tana Nixon, Brianne Ternes, Hannah Kneeland, Bob Deitrich, Morgyn Fuller, Derek Mueller.

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