Doors Open Winnipeg Sept 11 and 12

Doors Open 2021

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Doors Open Winnipeg is a free city-wide celebration of Winnipeg’s distinct spaces, outstanding architecture and vibrant history. This public community event presented by Heritage Winnipeg encourages partnerships with many organizations to provide this amazing heritage opportunity for volunteers and visitors alike.

In 2019 Manitoba Genealogical Society was excited to participate with Celebrate Your Own Heritage, Your Own Story! That day in May our busy volunteers welcomed almost 90 people to explore the resources at MGS Resource Centre/Library. We enjoyed the excitement of new discoveries experienced for the first time as they started on their genealogical journey.

As so many events were cancelled or postponed this past 18 months, Heritage Winnipeg has rescheduled this event for the weekend of September 11th and 12th,  2021.

Join us at MGS to Celebrate: Helping You Tell Your Own Stories.

Saturday, September 11, from 11am to 4 pm.
Sunday, September 12, from 1 to 4 pm.


  1. All tour attendees must wear a mask.
  2. All tour attendees must be double vaccinated.
  3. Four (4) persons are allowed on each tour.
  4. All tours take place on the half hour and will be booked up to 3 pm.
  5. If you want to book a tour for yourself or your group, please email

2021 Doors Open – Bill Curtis, Community Education Chair, and Angela Fiebelkorn, VP Communications

2019 Doors Open

2019 Doors Open

2019 Doors Open

2019 Doors Open

3 Responses to Doors Open Winnipeg Sept 11 and 12

  • Florence Cybulsky

    How can I find records of my family, Cooks Creek-Tyndal area ? Pshednowek- Peresluga

    • Angela Fiebelkorn

      There are very many ways to find information.  What exactly are you looking for?  Our homepage family name search is a good place to start.  If you go to What We Offer on our website, you will see all the different ways to access information.

    • Angela Fiebelkorn

      Hi Florence,

      Have you tried Manitoba Vital Statistics?

      If you search our KOHA database, you will find local history books for the Tyndall area.  They may be written up there. 


      Good luck.

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