Saturday and Sunday, September 29-30, 2018 from 10 a.m.
to 4 p.m.
Make sure you add Halton Region to your Doors Open
experience this year!
Prepare to wander and explore – and don’t forget to bring
your curiosity. We'll show you old-fashioned hospitality, Halton style,
combined with a wealth of heritage, a twist of culture and stunning natural
beauty. Hundreds of volunteers and staff in Burlington, Oakville, Milton and
Halton Hills will be working hard to ensure a second-to-none Doors Open
experience. We are waiting to welcome you and showcase the hidden gems that we
are so proud of (many not normally open to the public.) Historical buildings,
museums, private homes, places of worship and cultural venues abound. We
promise to provide plenty to see and do that will enlighten, entertain and
connect you to our communities.
Doors Open sites will certainly appeal to all ages and interests – from
heritage buffs and gardeners to nature and art enthusiasts. We welcome visitors
to discover our charming private homes, curated heritage sites, unique
businesses and lasting institutions, such as Oakville's old post office and Erchless Estate, Burlington's 1830
Ireland House and Devereaux House in Halton Hills.
short drive in and around Halton for your city, town and country experience and build
awesome memories with friends and family!
The committee members of Doors Open Halton Region would
like to acknowledge our appreciation for the support, time and
commitment of our volunteers. Hundreds of hours of unwavering commitment from
in and around the region has been donated over the years. Without our
volunteers, who continue to be an intricate part of this weekend-long event,
many doors simply could not be open.
If you are interested in volunteering, please email or
contact the local community coordinator below that best suits your location and
Community representatives and contacts:
Burlington: Valerie Amaral, Museums of Burlington |
Telephone: 905-332-9888 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Milton: Karin Tomosky, Willow Grove Heritage Farm | Telephone:
905-878-8603 | Email: email@example.com
Oakville: Julie Hawryszko, Museum Programmer/Public
Programs Recreation and Culture, Town of Oakville | Telephone: 905-845-6601,
ext. 5043 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Town of Halton Hills: Ann Lawlor, Councillor, Ward 4 |
Telephone: 905-877-5662 | Email: email@example.com
For additional information, contact Doors Open Halton
Region: Julie Sutton-Yardley, Heritage Network Coordinator, Halton Region
Heritage Services | Telephone: 905-825-6000, ext. 3439 | Cell: 905-464-7187 |
Fax: 905-876-4322 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org