WEST FARGO, N.D. (Valley News Live) -- Those who came to Bonanzaville in West Fargo August 17-18th got a taste of what life was like for Dakota pioneers.
The event Pioneer Days had new attractions this year, including ax throwing, Red River Trivia and wool dying.
Kiddos were able to ride around on the tractor pull, play pioneer games and hit the arts and crafts.
"Well I think it's really important that you appreciate you know history in general," said Adam Torbert from Fargo. "Whether it's seeing you know how far humanity has come or whether it's how much Fargo has changed or the history of Fargo in general."
Pioneer Village will be open until October 31st.