KDays Pancake Breakfast

Every July, we host a KDays Pancake Breakfast at Old Timers Cabin that is open to the public. It is a fun family event with delicious pancakes, eggs, sausages and drinks. We usually have entertainment such as live music! Check our website and social closer to July for exact dates and

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Invitation to Pancake Breakfast

We would like to invite you all to NAPDA’s Annual KDays Pancake Breakfast. This lovely breakfast will include pancakes, sausages, scrambled eggs and all the trimmings. Come meet members from NAPDA and people from the community in the charming Old Timers Cabin. Details are below: 

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Father’s Day Pioneer Lunch

This year, we had the pleasure of hosting Father’s Day Pioneer Lunch at Old Timers Cabin and celebrating NAPDA’s 124th anniversary. Many families from the community and NAPDA members attended and enjoyed the buffalo stew meal while conversing and listening to live music. On one side of the hall, there

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Invitation to Father’s Day Lunch

NAPDA is 124 years old! We extend an invite to all Fathers, Grandfathers, Uncles, Nephews, Fathers-to-be and their families and friends to a Pioneer’s Lunch with tasty, local food to celebrate our 124th Birthday.

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Spring Fling Dinner & Dance

Every April, prepare to welcome spring with live music and delicious food at the charming Old Timers Cabin! Follow our social accounts for specific details, time, and tickets.    

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Mother’s Day Victorian Tea 2018

It’s the time of year we prepare for our Victorian tea party at Old Timers Cabin to celebrate Mother’s Day and support a cause. This year sales from the tickets will benefit The Rainbow Society of Alberta, a charity that grants wishes for children in Alberta diagnosed with a severe

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John McDougall, A Pioneer

McDOUGALL, JOHN CHANTLER, Methodist clergyman and author; b. 27 Dec. 1842 in Sydenham (Owen Sound), Upper Canada, son of George Millward McDougall*, a farmer who was to become a Methodist missionary, and Elizabeth Chantler; m. first in the spring of 1865 Abigail Steinhauer at the Whitefish Lake mission (Alta), and they had three daughters;

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