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October 2, 2012

History Education Days this Fall

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This coming Tuesday October 2nd and Wednesday October 3rd, Bonanzaville will host History Education Days. This educational programming provides 10 educational stations with costumed docents presenting on various topics relating to North Dakota History including railroads, log cabins, pioneer women, Bonanza farms, general stores, 18th century U.S. courthouses, and more! The programming is open to the general public. The stations are available to visit from 10am until 2pm both days. Admission to Bonanzaville is $10 for adults and $5 for children.

  1. this sounds like a great program and I would love to bring my kids, but you do realize that kids are in school from 10-2 during the week.

    Comment by Angela BAchman — October 2, 2012 @ 5:39 pm
  2. Hi Angela!

    I apologize for the late response. We actually design this program for school tours during the school day, but we invite the public to also attend. We host a variety of special events on the weekend, and next summer we are planning a living history day every week (We are looking at every Saturday) during our open season. Thanks for your inquiry, and I hope this helped to answer your question!

    Profile photo of Bonanzaville Comment by Bonanzaville — November 19, 2012 @ 9:49 pm

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