Doors Open… and Accessible

DOO-logo-bilingual-generic-approved-finalSpring is here and it’s time to get out and see the sites!  Doors Open 2017 is taking place in select communities in Ontario in May and June.  The annual event celebrates historic, cultural and architecturally significant sites throughout the province.  It’s free and best of all, many buildings are wheelchair accessible.  Check out these upcoming events on the Doors Open Ontario website.  You can enter the search term, “accessible”, and the site will produce a list of buildings that are fully accessible.

 

May 27-28, weekend:

Doors Open Brockville and the Thousand Islands

Doors Open Toronto

 

June 3-4 weekend:

Doors Open Northumberland County

Doors Open Ottawa

Doors Open Owen Sound

Doors Open Whitchurch-Stouffville

 

June 10-11 weekend:

Doors Open Bruce County

Doors Open Clarington

Doors Open Erin

 

Saturday June 17 only:

Doors Open Bradford West Gwillimbury

Doors Open Fergus-Elora

Doors Open Kingston

 

Saturday June 24 only:

Doors Open Gravenhurst

Doors Open St. Catharines

 

Many sites in the bigger cities like Toronto and Ottawa are clustered around hubs where public transit and accessible shuttle bus service is offered.  Remember, our doors are open too: Wheelchair in Motion’s accessible transportation rentals are available daily, for weekends and more. With van rentals available in Mississauga, Hamilton and most areas of Ontario including Ottawa, we are here to assist with your accessible transportation needs. Contact us if you have any questions about accessible transportation, van rentals. We hope to help with your accessible transportation needs during 2017.

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