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Upcoming Events in Bedford Texas


February

9 Murder Mystery Dinner - Family Reunion
When: Saturday, January 19, 2013 at 7:00 p.m.

Big Daddy is coming to the holiday family reunion with his new Christmas bride, Honey. His kids, Baby and Sonny, have mixed feeling about their new “Mom” while his high rolling sister and her new boyfriend, Lou, may be planning to take a stab at a wedding of their own. The holidays are always a good time for a wedding . . . or a murder!

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Soon to come will be updated online.
Please look to buy tickets online, we are not here 24-7.
Buy tickets online starting Monday or Tuesday January 21 or 22.


Address: 2400 School Lane , Bedford, Texas
Ph: 817-952-2290 (Always call and confirm events)
Fax: 817-952-2263
Email: amy.bourquin@bedfordtx.gov
Web: www.oldbedfordschool.com
Fee: $75 per couple

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Old Bedford School

This beautifully restored 1915 vintage schoolhouse is listed in the National Register of Historic Places and features a visitors center, a gallery with changing exhibits and an authentically furnished 1915 classroom. The site also has a 149-seat auditorium for 25 performances each year.

Bedford, TX Historic Schoolhouses

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