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Sunday June 7, 2015
Noon to 5 pm

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Welcome To Doors Open Saskatoon

Our doors are now closed for 2015, but we will reopen Doors Open Saskatoon 2017!

Thank you for joining us on Sunday, June 7, 2015 for an afternoon of fun peeking behind doors that are not normally open to the public or would normally charge an entrance fee.

Many locations have organized guided tours, displays and activities to enrich the visitor experience.

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What?

Doors Open Saskatoon 2015 will showcase a number of buildings in various clusters around Saskatoon: Nutana-Broadway, Riversdale-Caswell, Downtown, University, and City Park Area. This event is FREE of charge and is a great way to see some of Saskatoon's most interesting buildings.

Why?

To help people understand and enjoy their architectural environment and encourage awareness of their built heritage. This event is an opportunity to raise awareness of the value of their built heritage.

When?

Sunday, June 7, 2015, noon to 5 pm

What's new this year?

In addition to many returning favourites, Doors Open will feature many buildings not previously showcased:

Cost

2015 Button image Saskatoon Transit is offering FREE BUS SERVICE all day on Sunday, June 7. Doors Open Saskatoon buttons also provide FREE ACCESS TO THE FORESTRY FARM to tour the Superintendent’s Residence. You must have a button to access this free service. Buttons available at:

Since the number of buttons available are limited, Saskatoon Transit will also accept a printed copy of the button or a picture of the button on your cell phone!

Who?

  • Familes
  • Students
  • Heritage enthusiasts
  • Youth
  • Seniors
  • Cultural groups
  • Citizens interested in their community
  • Visitors from neighbouring communities

Anyone who is looking for a fun way to explore their city!

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