Dauphin Herald Community

Tuesday, 23 May 2023 08:03

A night of inspiration

The Parkland Crisis Centre and Women’s Shelter and The Hub Dauphin hosted renowned Canadian psychologist Dr. Jody Carrington, May 16, at the Ukrainian Orthodox Auditorium. The sold out crowd received a free copy of Dr. Carrington’s book, Feeling Seen, followed by a 90-minute keynote address where she focused much of…
Tuesday, 23 May 2023 07:59


Eight-year-old Cohen Campbell takes aim at the target during a round of disc golf with his uncle Craig, Sunday afternoon. The 18-hole disc golf course can be found in Vermillion Park.
Tuesday, 16 May 2023 08:05

Art on display

Patrick Paul, an Ojibwe artist of the woodland style, discusses his art which will be on display outside the Dauphin Public Library, May 9. The artwork is expected to go up in mid-June. Following Paul’s presentation, the Rotary Club of Dauphin presented a literacy grant in the amount of $1,670…
Tuesday, 16 May 2023 08:01

Belting out the tunes

Jason McCoy and Chris Byrne, sing one of McCoy’s hit songs at the Backroads to Countryfest show, Saturday, at the Watson Arts Centre. The show was part of a tour, which included stops in Virden, Swan River and Minnedosa and also featured performers Nelson Little and Emma Peterson of Winnipegosis.…
Tuesday, 09 May 2023 07:26

Continued support

St. George’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church continued its strong support for the Parkland Ukrainian Family Fund with a further donation towards the group’s humanitarian efforts, undertaken in response to the war in Ukraine. Here, from left, fund member Larry Hyrtsay looks on as St. George’s president Calvin Korman presents fund members…
By Ed StozekFor the Herald John Denver’s song, “Take Me Home Country Roads” always sparks memories of the many trips down the gravel roads that once led to my parent’s farm. Today, a typical road-trip from my home at Dauphin to the farm in the Oakburn district includes a lunch…
Tuesday, 09 May 2023 06:18

Honouring the missing and murdered

The Northwest Métis Council and the Dauphin Friendship Centre held a Red Dress Walk in honour of murdered and missing Indigenous women. Participants were encouraged to wear red for the walk, which began near the courthouse and ended at the council office on Main Street.
Tuesday, 09 May 2023 06:16

Smile cookies a hit

Colleen Talbot, Martijn van Luijn and Lana Davidson put some smiles on cookies baked at the local Tim Horton’s as the annual Smile Cookie campaign took place last week. At last report, Dauphin was the number one seller of the special delicacies across Canada. Proceeds of the campaign will go…
Tuesday, 02 May 2023 07:37

Challenge is on

Bob Williams, developer of the Dauphin Market Place Mall, has issued a challenge where he will match donations made during the Dauphin and District Community Foundation’s Spring Donations Campaign up to $10,000. Williams, pictured here with DDCF executive director Kit Daley, made the challenge in memory of Ernie Hutsal, affectionately…
Tuesday, 02 May 2023 07:36

Cemetery Stroll back for fourth year

The local family history group Family Ties will be hosting its fourth Cemetery Stroll honouring those than came before us, and who lie in Dauphin’s Riverside Cemetery. On May 28, Family Ties will host a self-guided tour within specific areas of the cemetery that will allow visitors to read and…
Tuesday, 02 May 2023 07:34

Living the traditions

Kozak Siromaha performed in front of about 60 people, Sunday at the Ukrainian Orthodox Auditorium. The Ukrainian artist shared with the audience the traditions and customs of the Cossack lifestyle, while performing on the harmonium. All proceeds from the event will be used to support operations of the Ukraine Armed…
Tuesday, 25 April 2023 07:50

A glass of wine and a good book

It was the best of both worlds when the Rotary Club of Dauphin hosted its annual wine tasting event, Friday, in conjunction with its bi-annual book sale, which ran from Thursday to Saturday at the Ukrainian Orthodox Auditorium. The book sale itself proved to be a hit with a new…
Tuesday, 25 April 2023 07:44

A sweet treat

Branch and Riley Langevin, who will soon turn three years old, enjoy an ice cream treat from A Scoop of Happiness, Dauphin’s new ice cream shop. A Scoop of Happiness opened for business on Friday, serving soft and hard ice cream treats, just in time for summer. It will be…
Tuesday, 25 April 2023 07:39

Swimming lessons could be an adventure

By Ed StozekFor the Herald It was quite the adventure to partake in the swimming lessons first offered at Lake Dauphin in 1956. My wife Janice recalled that along with her older brother and sister, their mother drove them each day to Ochre-Beach to attend a two-week session with lessons…
Tuesday, 18 April 2023 07:41

Hitting the stage

Ethan Simons belts out an original song during Open Mic Night in the Old Fire Hall at the Watson Arts Centre, Friday. Each performer was able to do three songs, much to the delight of the everyone in attendance. The next Open Mic Night takes place, Apr. 28, at 7…
Page 3 of 17