Downtown Agassiz was transformed into a community fairground last week

Wayward fairway

Filming of Wayward Pines just about wrapped up for season in Agassiz

  • Mar. 6, 2014 6:00 p.m.

Downtown Agassiz was transformed into a community fairground last week, for filming of Wayward Pines. The show’s star, Matt Dillon, was back in town for the shoot, which will be wrapping up in a few weeks.

The crews are back in town today (Mar. 6) to set up for filming Friday night through early Saturday morning.

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