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Murder Mysteries return to Bonanzaville

The Pioneer Village is partnering with FMCT

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Bonanzaville USA is pictured on Monday, Sept. 13, 2021, in West Fargo. Alyssa Goelzer / The Forum
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WEST FARGO — Bonanzaville and Fargo Moorhead Community Theatre are partnering up to bring back the popular live murder mystery series at the pioneer village this summer.
Bonanzaville will play host to three nights of murder mystery events on June 24, July 15 and July 29.

Guests at the event will enjoy cocktails and snacks at the Brass Rail Saloon before moving out into the village to search for clues and help solve the murder of Mr. Cease esquire.

Advance registration is required, and tickets are $50 per person. Call 701-282-2822 or visit Bonanzaville. or/events to reserve your spot today.

Since 1946, FMCT has provided a wide range of performance and education opportunities to the Fargo-Moorhead-West Fargo area and surrounding communities. FMCT is the longest-running community arts organization in the Red River Valley Region of Minnesota and North Dakota. Season after season, our organization continues to evolve and grow in our community-minded mission as we position ourselves to create exceptional experiences for many more years to come.

The Cass County North Dakota Historical Society is the cultural institution in charge of telling the county story, as well as preserving and collecting artifacts connected to the county’s history. The Historical Society owns and operates a museum, event center, and prairie village that sits on twelve acres of land in West Fargo, North Dakota called Bonanzaville.

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Bonanzaville includes a large main museum, thirty-six historic buildings, a carriage house, a car museum, an air museum, a tractor museum, an agricultural museum, and a law enforcement museum.

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