Working in the present while preserving the past for now and the future

Membership Benefits


Lac du Bonnet has a long and rich cultural heritage that is unique to Manitoba. Many communities in Manitoba owe their development and settlement of their lands by immigrant farmers. This has provided them with a rich agricultural heritage which has exemplified in local museums.


Lac du Bonnet is situated on the interface between the rich prairie lands and the Canadian shield. This has provided a rich diversity of immigrants to our community. Not only farmers came to Lac du Bonnet, but also lumberman, trappers, miners and merchants came to settle in Lac du Bonnet. They were also able to interact with the native aboriginal people they found in the area.


It is the goal of the Society to highlight these unique features in the Museum and on this website.


Benefits of Membership will include the following:
  • Use of museum library books
  • LdB Museum annual newsletter and updated events
  • Free or reduced admission on selected museum events and programs
  • Preferred booking for special events
  • 10% off selected retail items in Museum with membership card
  • Receive a quarterly newsletter from the Society by email
  • Vendor discount if a current member


If you are interested and we hope you are interested in joining the Museum Collection Team let us know. The Society could use some help completing forms, and sorting and moving inventory. Just let us know when submitting your Membership Reply Form.


Your continuing support of this museum project is very much appreciated. Sincerely, The Membership Committee

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For downloadable PDF document to apply for membership please click: Membership Invitation.

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Family Membership $30




The Lac du Bonnet & District Historical Society acknowledge that we are on Treaty 1 territory and that the land on which we gather is the traditional territory of Anishinaabe, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene Peoples, and the homeland of the Métis Nation.

Meeting Notices
Meetings: Second Monday of Every Month
Time: 7:00 PM
Where: St. Johns Church Hall

Interested in becoming a        Lac du Bonnet & District Historical Society member?

Membership Form 2021

Listening Room


For more information, visit: The Listening Room Facebook page

Upcoming Events
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Travelling Exhibits

For information on our Travelling Trunk Exhibits, please go to: Outreach / Getting Involved

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