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Doors Open Thunder Bay 2018
 
Step through the doors of some of our city’s most unique structures and heritage sites. Experience first-hand Thunder Bay’s remarkable architecture, not only from the outside but from the inside as well. Learn about our history, culture and community initiatives – all free of charge!

Saturday, September 8th, 2018 
10 am till 4 pm
 
Come explore the following sites!
 

South Core / Fort William

Historic Fort William: Guided Walking Tour - hosted by Fort William Business District BIA  (9:30 am – walk begins at Up Shot Coffeehouse located at 111 1/2 May St. S.)
RFDA – Regional Food Distribution Association (570 Syndicate St. S.) read more
Lakehead Nurse Practitioner-Led Clinic (325 Archibald St. S., Suite 101) read more
Brodie Resource Library (216 Brodie St. S.) read more
St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church (207 Brodie St. S.) *10:00am-2:00pm read more
Blue Sky Community Healing Centre (512 Victoria Ave. E.) *please note cats are onsite read more
International Friendship Gardens – hosted by Soroptimist International of Thunder Bay (102 Legion Track Dr. off Victoria Ave. E.) read more
Centennial Botanical Conservatory – hosted by Friends of the Conservatory (1601 Dease St.) read more
 

East End

Ukrainian Catholic Church of the Transfiguration (639 McIntosh St.)

Innova Business Park

Carpenters Local 1669 Training Centre (1306 Capital Way) read more
 

North Core / Port Arthur

Alexander Henry – hosted by the Lakehead Transportation Museum Society (Cruise Ship Dock at Pool 6, south of Marina Park) read more
Prince Arthur Waterfront Hotel and Suites
(17 Cumberland St. N.) read more
Thunder Bay Multicultural Association
(17 Court St. N.) read more
Paramount Theatre
(24 Court St. S.) read more
Film Screening – Long Walk Home: The Incredible Journey of Sheila Burnford
(Paramount Theatre at 11:00am, 1:00pm and 3:00pm) read more
 

(Additional sites and details will be added leading up to our 2018 event date.)

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Doors Open Ontario

Doors Open Thunder Bay is conducted in accordance with the Ontario Heritage Foundation's province-wide standards for Doors Open events, which are held in communities across Ontario.

For more information see Doors Open Ontariolinks to external site

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PAST DOORS OPEN THUNDER BAY EVENT INFORMATION

Doors Open 2016     2016 Doors Open Sites  Doors Open 2016 Guide Booklet

    - The tenth Doors Open Thunder Bay event was held on Saturday, Sept. 10th, 2016 and featured 16 sites of historical significance and representing the theme of Medical Science and Technology.

Doors Open 2014     2014 Doors Open Sites  Doors Open 2014 Site Booklet

    - The ninth Doors Open Thunder Bay event was held on Saturday, Sept. 6th, 2014 and featured 16 sites of historical significance and representing the theme of World War 1.

Doors Open 2012    2012 Doors Open Sites Doors Open Booklet

  • The eighth Doors Open Thunder Bay event was held on Saturday, Sept. 8, 2012 and featured 13 sites of historical significance.

Doors Open 2010 Adobe PDF, 1 page, 738 KB

  • The seventh Doors Open Thunder Bay event was held on Saturday, Sept. 11, 2010 and featured 12 sites of historical significance.

Doors Open 2008  Adobe PDF, 2 pages, 496 KB

  • The sixth Doors Open Thunder Bay event was held on Saturday, Sept. 13, 2008, and featured 12 sites of historical significance. 

Doors Open 2006  Adobe PDF, 1 pages, 702 KB

 Doors Open 2005  Adobe PDF, 3 pages, 42 KB  

  • The third Doors Open Thunder Bay event was held on Saturday, Sept. 10, 2005, and featured 11 site of historical significance.
  • Buoyed by community interest and enthusiasm from its first experience, the second Doors Open Thunder Bay event was held on Sept. 11, 2004 and featured 12 heritage sites.

  • The very first Doors Open Thunder Bay event, was held on Saturday, Sept. 13, 2003. With 12 participating sites of heritage and historical interest, the event attracted over 2,500 visitors.

Doors Open 2002

  • In 2002, the Heritage Advisory Committee had learned of the Doors Open Ontario event coordinated by the Ontario Heritage Foundation, and decided to participate by launching a Thunder Bay Doors Open event.