The popular Doors Open event is returning to St. Marys this weekend.  That means the public will get to see and appreciate the inside of seldom seen buildings in the Stonetown.

From 10 am to 4 pm on Saturday people can visit nine sites including churches, the municipal buildings, the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame, and Broken Rail Brewing.

Capacity limits, social distancing, and masking will be in place at all the venues.  Entry to all the sites is free.

“We’re excited to safely welcome visitors back into our historic structures,” says Town of St. Marys Cultural Services Supervisor Amy Cubberley. “With many buildings being closed or having extremely limited access over the past 18 months, this is an excellent opportunity for our community and visitors to get reacquainted with our heritage.”

Three outdoor sites are also part of the tour: Grand Trunk Trail Trestle, St. Marys Cemetery, and the Heritage Conservation District, which encompasses the downtown core.

A guide to all sites will be available on the free Driftscape app. Copies of the guide will also be available for download in advance from the Town’s website, as well as on the day at the information tent at Town Hall.