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The Ontario Heritage Trust – the Province’s lead heritage agency - and the Town of Richmond Hill invite you to take part in the Town's annual Doors Open Richmond Hill on Saturday, May 11, 2013 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
What is Doors Open?
In 2002, the Ontario Heritage Trust - the Province’s lead heritage agency - launched Doors Open Ontario, the first province-wide event of its kind in Canada. Throughout the Province, there is a growing pride in heritage. Communities boast of their commercial buildings, courthouses, places of worship, gardens and natural heritage. Richmond Hill is no exception and is pleased to open the doors to some of our most unique and intriguing heritage sites for everyone to experience. Admission is FREE.
Many intriguing cultural, historic and religious sites within Richmond Hill will open their doors to the public. Even long-time Richmond Hill residents will likely learn something new about their hometown after visiting Doors Open sites.
We're looking for enthusiastic volunteers to serve as site captains, greeters, security and information staff. Volunteering at Doors Open is a great way to learn about Richmond Hill’s heritage and culture.
If you are interested in volunteering, visit RichmondHill.ca/Volunteers, email email@example.com or call 905-884-0885, ext. 227.
2013 Doors Open Sites
2013 Doors Open Sites, Details & Map [PDF]
For more information about the Doors Open Ontario Program, visit www.doorsopenontario.on.ca.
For more information about Doors Open Richmond Hill, please contact Maggie Mackenzie, Heritage Services Coordinator at (905) 737-1818, ext. 6007.