Calgary businesses are opening their doors to the general public for the fifth year in a row as Doors Open YYC returns for 2016.
The event allows Calgarians to play tourist in their own city for free as local businesses let the public take a look at what goes on in their operations on September 24.
Doors Open YYC started in 2012 as part o0f the Province of Alberta’s Culture Days. Thirty-five businesses took part, and that number has since grown to 43 in 2015.
“Doors Open YYC is a showcase of the incredible facilities and locations
that make up our beautiful city,” says Alyssa Berry, President of the
Doors Open Calgary Association.
Doors Open YYC is still accepting site applications from local businesses for 2016. Details will be coming soon.
Here are a few pictures from last year’s event.
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When: Saturday, September 24
Where: Locations coming soon.