Even Farther Behind the Scenes in 2020
What’s it like to live in a museum or to work in a crematorium? How do you conserve a 500-year-old canoe? Who decided to film the Handmaid’s Tale in Cambridge? How does a dam in Centre Wellington protect Waterloo Region? What’s a living sculpture and how did the world’s largest one find its way to Cambridge? How did two local farms reframe their family operations to create hit niche products? Find out the answers to these questions and so much more by tuning in to Doors Open Waterloo Region's 2020 video episodes.
Eight of the 15 episodes will be released on September 19 (the traditional Doors Open Waterloo Region date, the third Saturday in September). The first eight episodes will be released on the Region of Waterloo’s YouTube Channel at 10 a.m. EST on the following dates:
Episode 1: Parkview Crematorium: Survival In A Changing Death Industry
Episode 2: Shand Dam: Protecting Waterloo Region’s Water
Episode 3: The Curatorial Centre at the Ken Seiling Waterloo Region Museum: Safekeeping Stories Big & Small
Episode 4: Brubacher House: Living & Working In The Museum
Episode 5: Tapestry Hall: Old Bones & New Skin
Episode 6: The Timeless Material Co.: The Spirit Of Salvage
Episode 7: Martin's Family Fruit Farm
Episode 8: Eby Manor: Seizing a Golden (Guernsey) Opportunity On The Family Farm
The final episodes will launch!
SPECTRUM - Waterloo Region's First Rainbow Community Space
Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory
The Handmaid's Tale - film locations in Cambridge
Region of Waterloo International Airport