Fancy trying dragon boating or taking a behind-the-scenes tour of a museum as an exhibition is installed? How about adding your own creative touch to a piece of community artwork? These are just some of the options offered at 42 arts, culture and heritage sites during the ninth annual Doors Open Richmond on Saturday, June 4 and Sunday, June 5.
“The annual Doors Open Richmond celebration showcases the vibrancy of Richmond’s heritage, arts and culture,” says Mayor Malcolm Brodie. “This event also demonstrates the creative and cultural depth throughout all the neighbourhoods in our community.”
From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. both days, choose from places of interest including museums, national historic sites, parks, galleries, artists’ home studios and places of worship that are opening their doors for free to visitors. …