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Doors Open - 2019

On September 21 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. a selection of Simcoe County’s cultural and heritage buildings will participate in the Doors Open Ontario program, welcoming residents and visitors to see and learn about their unique features. Again this year, the Midland Heritage Committee and the Midland Planning Department invite you to discover first-hand seven of Midland’s hidden heritage treasures, some of which are rarely open to the public.

Admission to Doors Open sites is free for everyone. Show up at your venues of choice and enjoy!

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Hillside Holme - 251 Queen Street

Enjoy your warm welcome to this lovingly maintained and richly furnished historic property, a legacy of one of the founding families of 19th century Midland​. 

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Ken Snider Memorial Museum - 422 Gloucester Street

Come see a comprehensive collection of weapons, medals, uniforms and other militaria proudly presented by members of Branch 80 of the Royal Canadian Legion in remembrance of their relatives and friends in the service​.

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Midland Curling Club - 474 King Street

Visit this venerable Club, celebrating its centenary this year, and immerse yourself in the artifacts, stories and history of the sport in Midland and area.​

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Midland Fire Department - 550 Bayshore Drive

Join our local heroes as they demonstrate their ​equipment and explain their techniques for fire suppression, rescue, basic life support, life-threatening emergencies and dangerous conditions​.

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Midland Lawn Bowling Club - 664 King Street

Join your hosts, members of this prestigious Club on the shores of Little Lake, and marvel at its beautiful playing surface, one of the finest in Southern Ontario.

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Templeton House - 639 Dominion Avenue

Come visit one of the oldest (1879) buildings in Midland, see the evidence of its log cabin construction and marvel at the many vintage furnishings and artifacts.

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Tripp's Paint Shoppe - 259 King Street

Visit this historic building and welcoming staff. Once a billiards room, it's now a retail destination, crammed with vintage furniture and lovingly restored original features.

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