Donalda Diary: Métis fundraising dinner coming to the Donalda Museum

Donalda Museum AGM coming up and open to the public March 13

Donalda Diary

This March 15, come and enjoy some of Canada’s history with the Donalda and District Museum’s Métis fundraiser dinner.

Delicious and authentic homemade Métis cuisine will be served, like Bannock and Buffalo Stew. Dinner will be held at the Drop-in-Centre from 5 to 7 p.m.

Have a passion for history, want to take a larger role in keeping cultural and educational information alive in today’s society? The Donalda and District Museum Society is having their monthly AGM and monthly meeting this March 13. The meeting will be held at the Donalda and District Museum at 7 p.m. Come and have your voice heard.

The Donalda Coulee Friendship Club is holding its monthly pancake breakfast and music jam on Sunday, March 11 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Drop-in-Centre. Bring your instruments to join the jam!

Birthday wishes for this week go out Alison Norman, Blakely Hellekson, Randy Jones, Albern Bergstrom, Albert Cartier, Joanne Halseth, Emily Fisher, Janessa Walker, Les Sehlstrom, Lisa Mueller, Judy Dinsmore, Lorrie Shepherd, Hainsley Holden, Danica Bjorge, Ethan Tantrum, Jonathan Dahl, Luke Erickson, and Lyndon Norman. We hope you all have a very Happy Birthday!

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