A community rich in history dating back to the De La Vérendrye era. La Vérendrye, having surveyed the topography of the area, decided that the lake (actually a river) reminded him of a bonnet. Appropriately, he named the area Lac du Bonnet. The town is situated in the Eastman region, 91 kilometres north-east of Winnipeg on the west bank of a portion of the Winnipeg River, on Highways 11 and 317.

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Abundant Life Chapel
Lac du Bonnet, Manitoba. Sunday services and Mid-Week activities.
Granite Hills Golf Course
An 18-hole course along the shore of Lake Lac du Bonnet that stretches to over 7,000 yards. Describes facilities with course map and photos.
Lac du Bonnet
A business and tourist directory offering information on local enterprises, area history, current events, municipal services and tips for visitors.
Lac du Bonnet Legion - Branch #164
Affiliated with the Royal Canadian Legion. Includes lounge hours, weekly events, meeting times, bylaws and news.
Lac du Bonnet Lions Club
Community service agency offering membership and assistance to area residents. Projects, meeting schedule, list of officers and members, and volunteer opportunities.
Lac du Bonnet Regional Library
Features the collection, services, events, board and staff members, loan policies and online database. Includes hours.
Winnipeg River Arts Council
Promotes interest and awareness of the arts and culture through programs, workshops, and other events. Includes calendar, memberships, volunteer opportunities and resources.
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