Education

School Tours

The Museum and Pioneer Village is open for school tours. Call 701-282-2822 or email lynsay@bonanzaville.com for more information on educational programming. More information on school tours is available HERE.

Fall History Day

Come bring your family or school group to Bonanzaville's Fall History Day! The experience begins at 10am, October 6th, 2017. Designed especially with smaller schools and home schools in mind, this is a day of educational fun and exploration. Come get a taste of what life was like 100 years ago. Visit the country store, participate in a one-room school house lesson at Dobrinz School, and help the printer as an apprentice at the Hunter Times. You choose which demonstration stations most interest you. Participate in a touch-and-feel Native American bison use lesson, or learn American dance. Bring a sack lunch and come for the entire experience to see and do it all!

The price is just $3.00 per school-age child or adult. One adult is required per 6 children under grade 6, or 8 children from grades 6-12. To recieve this discounted rate, we ask that groups of twelve or more pre-register. Individual home educators may simply state on arrival that they are here for Fall History Day. Demonstration Stations are active from 10am to 2pm. For more information or to pre-register, call 701-282-2822 or email lynsay@bonanzaville.com. Beat the spring rush; to recieve our best educational experience, visit during Fall History Day!  

    

Looking for a reason to bring your kids?

It is the mission of Bonanzaville to pass down the region's history to the next generation. Since 1954. the Cass County Historical Society has been collecting, displaying, and interpreting artifacts pertaining to the history and cultural heritage of Cass County (ND) and the Red River Valley. This includes the history of the Red River Valley, pioneer life, Native Americans of the Red River Valley, railroads and pioneer transportation, pioneer agriculture, pioneer technology, pioneer industry, bonanza farms, pioneer women, and more! More information on the educational standards we fall under can be found HERE