Belleville Doors Open 2017
Belleville is happy to open its doors once more as part of this free Doors Open Ontario event!
Come and enjoy an opportunity to see some of the hidden heritage of the community. Belleville’s participation in Doors Open was initiated in 2005 by five founding organizations: Heritage Belleville, Architectural Conservancy of Ontario (Quinte Branch), Belleville and District Chamber of Commerce, Belleville Downtown Improvement Area and Hastings County Historical Society.
Several sites in and around Belleville are participating this year. Public transport can be used to get from one location to the next, but some will be downtown and are easily accessible on foot.
This is a list of some of this years' participants:
Belleville and District Chamber of Commerce, 5 Moira Street East, www.bellevillechamber.ca
Belleville City Hall, 169 Front Street, www.belleville.ca
The Belleville Club, 210 Pinnacle Street, www.bellevilleclub.com
Belleville Children's Safety Village, 93 Dundas Street East, www.csvbelleville.com
Belleville Public Library and John M. Parrott Art Gallery, 254 Pinnacle Street, www.bellevillelibrary.com
Belleville Shrine Club, 51 Highland Avenue, www.bellevilleshrineclub.ca
Community Archives of Belleville and Hastings County, 254 Pinnacle Street, www.cabhc.ca
Dinkel’s Restaurant and Paulo's Italian Trattoria, 38-44 Bridge Street East, www.dinkels.ca
Ekort Realty, 258 Front Street, http://ekortrealty.ca
Glanmore National Historic Site, 257 Bridge Street East, www.glanmore.ca
Parrott Riverfront Trail, Start at the corner of Front and Station streets
September 16, 2017, 10:00am - 4:00pm