Serving the Community
Over the years, the Lac du Bonnet & District Chamber of Commerce has been involved in numerous projects for the benefit of the Lac du Bonnet area. Here are a small sample of the Chamber's projects.
Ice Fishing Derby
Experience Lac du Bonnet Sign
The Experience Lac du Bonnet Sign on Highway 59 is a Chamber initiative. It helps direct those travelling on Highway #59 to our four season's Playground.
Tourism Kiosk Smith Road
Visit our tourist information kiosk situated at McArthur Avenue and Smith Road.
Lac du Bonnet Area Map
Every Spring the Lac du Bonnet & District Chamber of Commerce produces a full size map of the area. The map will be delivered to residents with The Clipper and is also available for pick up at The Clipper Box on 2nd street that day. Alternatively various businesses, or at the RM or Town offices are locations where you may obtain one. Please support the advertisers listed on the back, without whose contribution this initiative would not be possible. (Click to View)
We have hosted the Moonlight Madness event in December where participating stores have remained open late to encourage local shopping for Christmas items with discounted pricing, and have provided opportunities to win prizes. Shopping locally benefits all of us, and we thank everyone for their support!
Christmas Tree Lighting
With the support of community organizations The Chamber will be organizing the annual Christmas Tree Lighting, and the arrival of Santa Claus.
Look Out Tower at Blueberry Rock
The Chamber of Commerce, through it's Tourism Action Committee and in cooperation with he R.M. of Lac du Bonnet, is responsible for the development of the Look Out Tower at Blueberry Rock.
Welcome to Lac du Bonnet Signs
The creation of two Welcome to Lac du Bonnet granite signs were erected: one on Hw y 11 and the other on Hwy 317, to help direct visitors to our beautiful town.
The Chamber has sponsored Beautification Contests to encourage businesses to decorate/beautify their establishments. In addition, The Chamber initiated the banners on the poles along the main roadways, which are decorative and informative.