Have you ever heard of Fillmore, North Dakota?
Hundreds of people - maybe even one thousand - are expected to visit the site of the town this weekend for its centennial.
Fillmore, once a thriving railroad town located along the Soo Line southeast of Rugby, died off after the railroad abandoned the line there.
Nowadays, you'll find Fillmore listed on a website of North Dakota ghost towns.
But there'll be no ghosts around this weekend.
Instead, people who once lived here, their relatives, and lots of friends will descend on this spot.
(Deb Mack, Fillmore Centennial Organizer) "We have families coming from all over the country to reunite and visit about their heritage here and what went on through the years and when the school was here and all of us that went to church and many people have family members buried in the two cemeteries here."
Also seemingly buried in one of the town's cemeteries?...The steeple from the Lutheran Church.
It was removed and made into a decoration for the graveyard.
That leaves the church missing its top - but the building still will serve as a headquarters for this weekend's festivities.
One event organizer said he'd be surprised if there weren't one thousand people in Fillmore on Saturday night for the centennial's main event.