Doors Open Brampton stays virtual again this year due to COVID-19 pandemic

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Published September 24, 2021 at 2:44 pm

The Great Lakes Mosque is part of Brampton's Digital Doors Open.

For the second consecutive year, Doors Open Brampton will be going virtual.

The annual event has been rebranded as Digital Doors Open Brampton during the COVID-19 pandemic. This year, there are more than 20 locations around the city that will be available for a tour from Sept. 27 to Oct. 31.
Residents and visitors from anywhere in the world can experience Brampton’s history, heritage and unique cultural spaces from the comfort of their own homes.
Participants will be able to take in virtual tours, videos and photos of more than 20 locations around Brampton, showcasing its rich heritage and green spaces in this province-wide event.

New this year, locations will highlight buildings with green initiatives, trails, parks, beaches, lakes, conservation areas and green neighbourhoods across Brampton.
For the full experience, visit the website.

“Brampton is a Mosaic with a rich, cultural heritage and I encourage everyone to tour these spaces for the second year of Digital Doors Open,” said Brampton mayor Patrick Brown.

“This online event gives you the opportunity to visit Brampton’s most beloved spaces from the comfort of your own home.”
The event is organized by Ontario Heritage Trust, which works with communities across the province to open the doors, gates and courtyards of their unique and most fascinating cultural sites so people can explore the stories inside.

For details visit their website.

 

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