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Hastings County Doors Open

Hastings County Doors Open takes place Saturday, October 8, 2022 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Doors Open Ontario is a province-wide celebration of community heritage. It provides residents and visitors with a unique opportunity to explore and enjoy sometimes hidden and interesting places and spaces in our communities – and it’s all free of charge!

Whether you’re walking from location to location on a lively downtown street or meandering along a backroad in search of a hidden gem, each one of Hastings County’s unique Doors Open locations are filled with wonder and discovery. Coupled with the height of Mother’s Nature vibrant Fall colours, this will be an autumn adventure to remember.

Doors Open will showcase the rich history and heritage of our region. In-person locations speckled across the County give visitors an opportunity to discover the story behind each door.

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With live demonstrations, guided walking tours, audio clips and literal open doors to peer into, each community and organization has chosen to ‘activate’ their location in their own unique

Visit for a map of all 20+ participating locations, as well as other exciting things to do in each community.

Locations include:
O’Hara Mill Homestead & Conservation Area
Thompson House and Mill
Queensborough Loyal Orange Lodge Hall
Queensborough Hotel
Sager’s General Store
The Phillips House
St. Andrew’s United Church
Hazzard’s Corner Church & Cemetery
Tweed Heritage Centre
North America’s Smallest Jailhouse
St. Carthagh’s Catholic Church
Potter Settlement Winery
Bancroft Village Playhouse
Eagles Nest Park
Old Hastings Mercantile and Gallery
Stirling Festival Theatre
Stirling Train Station
and more…

*check each listing for time specific events.

To view our official Doors Open Hastings County event page, please visit:

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