Jimmy the Janitor promises friendly fun

Busting a gut with laughter will not only help lift the soul, but it will also help raise funds for the Donalda and District Museum.

Busting a gut with laughter will not only help lift the soul, but it will also help raise funds for the Donalda and District Museum on Friday, Nov. 27 when Jimmy the Janitor stops in town.

The Cape Breton comedian performs at the Donalda Community Hall, bringing his clean comedy act to the community, ensuring the day is safe for all ages — though the Janitor suggests viewers be 14-years-old or older, because “observational humour can be easily lost on youngsters.”

The show promises brand-new comedy material as well as Janitor favourites like Deer Jimmy and a Letter from Ma.

“Jimmy will touch on dozens of relatable topics, including the joy of self check-outs, a surprise at Service Canada, and passwords you can’t remember,” a press release issued by the museum noted. With self check-outs newly installed in Stettler’s Wal-Mart, the comedy seems timely.

Tickets to the show are available at the Donalda Museum or by phoning 403-883-2100, or from any museum board member. The doors and bar opens at 6:30 p.m., with desserts at intermission.

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