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Experience an unforgettable 4th of July at Bonanzaville

West Fargo, North Dakota – Bonanzaville, the vibrant cultural hub managed by the Cass County North Dakota Historical Society (CCNDHS), invites everyone to commemorate Independence Day in a memorable and festive fashion.

This 4th of July, the grounds of Bonanzaville will come alive with a broad array of entertainment and activities designed to provide a delightful family experience. From 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., attendees can revel in a host of activities, such as pony rides, games and bouncy houses, and even partake in a pie-eating contest.

For the creative at heart, face painting will be on offer, and food vendors will be on-site to cater to diverse tastes. A unique attraction, the $1 bingo game, will also be available for those feeling lucky. The day’s celebrations will culminate in a spectacular fireworks display at dusk.

Affordable rates have been arranged for this special event: a family pass costs $25, adult tickets are priced at $10, and children’s tickets are available for $5. These admission fees include parking for the fireworks display. This event is graciously sponsored by Jordahl Custom Homes and the Fargo-Moorhead Convention and Visitors Bureau.

The CCNDHS is a renowned institution tasked with narrating Cass County’s heritage, and safeguarding the region’s historic artifacts. Situated on a twelve-acre expanse in West Fargo, North Dakota, Bonanzaville serves as a dynamic cultural focal point, encompassing an event center, a museum, and a prairie village.

The site boasts an impressive collection of facilities, including a main museum, thirty-six historic edifices, a carriage house, a car museum, an air museum, a tractor museum, an agricultural museum, and a law enforcement museum.

Mitch Havens

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