Bonanzaville ribbon cutting set for Tuesday
Bonanzaville is inviting the public to join them for the opening reception and ribbon cutting for their new exhibit “Resurrected Treasures; Recently Acquired Artifacts” on Tuesday, from 4 to 6 p.m. in the Rotating Exhibit Gallery.
This exhibit will feature donated artifacts that the museum has received over the last three years ranging from an F-4 Phantom drag chute from the North Dakota Air National Guard to a clock set. See one of the oldest telephone switchboard systems in the United States, World War I and World War II apparel, a tombstone and more. Many of these unique, local artifacts have a story tied to them that makes them such a treasure.
This exhibit will run from March 4 to May 26. Wine and hors d’oeuvres will be served during the opening reception. Admission is free to attend this opening.
For further information or questions regarding the exhibition, please contact museum Curator Andrew Nielsen at (701) 282-2822 or email@example.com.
Bonanzaville is a pioneer village and museum operated by the Cass County Historical Society, with a mission to collect, display and interpret artifacts relevant to the history and cultural heritage of the Red River Valley. It is the region’s largest historical attraction with 43 historical buildings, and more than 400,000 artifacts.
For more information on Bonanzaville and any upcoming events, to volunteer, or to plan a special event on site, contact Emily Wehlander at (701)282-2822 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org