Santa Claus will be making a special appearance at Camp Hancock on Main Avenue in Bismarck.
Santa invites children from the area to come and say hello, and let Santa know what they would like for Christmas.
Parents are encouraged to bring their camera for this photo op taking place in the 1881 Bread of Life Church. Meeting Santa is free, donations are welcome, and will be used to support restoration efforts at the historic site....
Photos posted to social media should use the hashtag #hancocksanta.
The Camp Hancock museum will be open during Santa's visit, and hot cider, and cookies will be served.
Halloween Open House on Tuesday, October 31, 6 to 9 p.m.
Explore inside two of Bismarck's oldest buildings. The 1881 Bread of Life Church, and the oldest standing building in Bismarck, the 1872 officers’ quarters....
Hot Cider will be served.
Camp Hancock State Historic Site is hosting its first ever Halloween Open House on Tuesday, October 31, 6 to 9 p.m.
The event is free and open to the public. All ages are welcome, but children under age 16 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Visitors will be able to explore inside two of Bismarck's oldest buildings, after dark, with the lights turned down. The 1881 Bread of Life Church, and the oldest standing building in Bismarck, the 1872 officers’ quarters. The o...fficers’ quarters were also the home of the Camp Hancock post surgeon, Dr. Slaughter.
Folklore says that a kind-hearted manifestation of an Episcopalian priest on occasion greets visitors who enter the Bread of Life Church.
Hot apple cider, and candy will be served.
Camp Hancock is open today through Sunday 1 to 5pm. This will be the last regular open hours of the year so stop in to see the museum, and church before we close for the season!
The base for a new 30 foot flagpole is being installed today!
Keep your eyes out for the pole to be installed in the next couple of weeks, and a dedication event to happen early this fall.
The flagpole is a project of the Bismarck Historical Society, with funding donated by Myron H. and Marjory Atkinson, American Legion Post No. 1, VFW Post No. 1326, AMVETS Post No. 9 and DAV Chapter No. 3....
The new flagpole stands approximately the same height, and where the 1870s flagpole would have been located.