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No. 87


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MHS Macdonald Fundraising Dinner 2018

Saturday, 17 March 2018
6:00 PM bar service, 7:00 PM dinner
Fort Garry Hotel, Winnipeg

The MHS Macdonald Fundraising Dinner is the most important annual fundraising event of the Manitoba Historical Society. Support our work in preserving and promoting Manitoba history, enjoy a great meal in the sumptuous surroundings of the historic Fort Garry Hotel, and meet our featured speaker: Gary Doer, former Manitoba Premier and Canadian Ambassador to the USA.

Tickets to the event will cost $125 for members, and $135 for non-members. A tax receipt for $70 will be issued. For those who cannot attend the event but wish to support the MHS, support tickets will be available for purchase for $50 and will be eligible for a tax receipt for that amount.

To attend the 2018 MHS Macdonald Fundraising Dinner

1. Buy tickets online in the MHS Shop, or

2. Send email to the MHS administrative office at info@mhs.mb.ca with your ticket order. We will contact you to complete the financial details, or

3. Call the MHS administrative office at 204-947-0559.

The Manitoba Historical Society, founded in 1879, is the oldest organization in Western Canada dedicated to preserving our past for future generations. We are able to do this through the efforts of our members and volunteers, and through contributions from the federal, provincial, and municipal governments, and other agencies. We also rely on the generosity of people who are attend this fundraising event.

For more information on the MHS Macdonald Fundraising Dinner, please contact the MHS administrative office at 204-947-0559 or email to info@mhs.mb.ca.

See also:

Manitoba Historical Society: Speakers at the MHS Macdonald Fundraising Dinners

Page revised: 7 March 2018

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