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Discover the Hidden Treasures of the Porcupine Goldfields!

PLAY TODAY! – DOTimmins Bingo Flyer

You can explore ALL our Doors Open Timmins-Porcupine sites virtually until the end of November 2020 at the following link: https://www.doorsopenontario.on.ca/en/timminsporcupine

Due to Covid concerns it is difficult to host an in-person event at this time, but some sites are
still open and accessible to the public! See complete list and information below – and where
possible, visit on the weekend of 26th and 27th September 2020 to explore further!

Hollinger House
Saturday September 26th, 2020 (10am – 4pm): The Timmins Museum:NEC will be open
and the Hollinger House will also be accessible to visitors (subject to Covid screening
and protocols).

Masonic Hall
Public access is limited – but you can still explore this site virtually!

McIntyre Community Building
Access to the Community Building is limited but visitors can explore outside. View the
new mural on the Chamber Building opposite, visit the nearby Lion’s Park, Miners
Memorial and enjoy views of the McIntyre Headframe and Pearl Lake.

Municipal Building
Public access is limited – but you can still explore this site virtually!

St. Mary’s Orthodox Church
Service Times: Sunday 10am-1pm (All Welcome)

St. Matthew’s Anglican Cathedral
Service Times: Sunday 9.15am-10.30am (All Welcome)

Timmins Fire Hall
Public access is limited – but you can still explore this site virtually!

Timmins Memorial Cemetery
Open Daily 8.30am – 4.00pm

Timmins Museum: NEC
Normal Hours: Mon – Fri (10am – 4pm) / Saturday September 26th, 2020 (10am – 4pm)

Timmins Public Library
Mon-Thurs 1pm–6pm, Fri 1pm–5pm (check latest opening hours at tpl.timmins.ca)

Whitney Cemetery and Deadman’s Point
Open Daily 8.30- 4.00pm

We look forward to meeting again in person but in the meantime, please share your experiences,
stories and photographs with us @TimminsMNEC #DOTimmins #timminsheritage